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LIFE IS HARD – GOD IS GOOD HOSEA 1:1-2

LIFE IS HARD – GOD IS GOOD   HOSEA 1:1-2
 
Not a full head – A Changed life
Heart pure – Life transparent
Each one of us is responsible to live like Jesus – God focus
Trusting, Obeying – Letting His Word change us
Not me taking God’s Word and accosting others – Living my life as I please
 
The Lord our God is the only God, the one true God
Composed of Father, Son and Holy Ghost – there are no other gods
He is here, He knows what we are doing – Jesus is alive and active in us
We cannot ignore Him – we do so at great risk for our choice against God is His wrath
His will cannot be ignored – He is calling each one of us to be World Changers
 
God loves me – I desperately need His love – Jesus save me and keep me
He disciplines me – I am His child – His discipline moves me out of harm’s way
Calling me to repent – To turn from my sinful ways – I sin so easily and quickly
The Lord is my shepherd – Guiding me, directing me, keeping me
Unless I am changing there is no relationship with the Lord God
 
The World encourages easy answers – cool, tough and tender
Follow me the World says – the wide road, the easy road, the self-directing road
Do what you want – Live the way you feel you should – oh I’ve studied Buddha
The sky, the Earth, the birds, the bees – my observations says
Yet ALL have sinned and fallen short of God – God has revealed His way of salvation in Jesus
 
God is not distant – we don’t capture Him
He loves the loveless – For God so lived that He gave His only begotten Son
He is God and we are not – He seeks us – He calls us – But we have to listen or we miss the call
Jesus is the only way to the Father – Salvation is a gift from God
By faith we claim His salvation – By faith we believe in Him and live for Him – I surrender
 
Clay Corvin – August 19, 2017

 

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Clay Corvin

Clay Corvin is Co-Pastor at Bethel Community Baptist Church. He is the VP Business and Professor of Admin at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He was the pastor at the Brantley Baptist Center for twenty-five years. He is married to Carol Corvin and the father of three children and has three grandchildren.