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As disciples of Jesus, we are his ambassadors. He is making His plea through us. So, what would be the greatest outcome of our ambassadorship? That His Church would grow and be strong in both unity and diversity. This is a massive undertaking, a huge responsibility, but we have no need to worry or feel weighed down. God has given gifts to the Church and when we make every effort to function in these gifts with humility, gentleness and patients keeping the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace, we will see the Church being built through us. For the next five weeks we are going to dig into how we can function in the gifts that God has given each one of us, honour the difference in each and how we can be contributors to building His Church.

Tim Doherty - June 19, 2022

Like the Father

Like the Father. In the Bible, we see that Jesus does what the Father does, so we can say that He is like the Father. Here’s how Jesus puts it, “Truly I tell you, the Son is not able to do anything on his own, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, the Son likewise does these things.”  (John 5:19 CSB). There is no doubt that the presence (or absence) of our earthly parents in our lives affects us, and we are always “like” them in some way. But on this Father’s Day, Pastor Tim Doherty wants to encourage you to spend some time reflecting on how much you are like our Father in heaven.

Scripture References: John 1:1-2, John 5:17-20, John 5:30, John 14:7

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Like the Father. In the Bible, we see that Jesus does what the Father does, so we can say that He is like the Father. Here’s how Jesus puts it, “Truly I tell you, the Son is not able to do anything on his own, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, the Son likewise does these things.” (John 5:19 CSB). There is no doubt that the presence (or absence) of our earthly parents in our lives affects us, and we are always “like” them in some way. But on this Father’s Day, Pastor Tim Doherty wants to encourage you to spend some time reflecting on how much you are like our Father in heaven.

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Tim Doherty - June 19, 2022

Like the Father

Like the Father. In the Bible, we see that Jesus does what the Father does, so we can say that He is like the Father. Here’s how Jesus puts it, “Truly I tell you, the Son is not able to do anything on his own, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, the Son likewise does these things.”  (John 5:19 CSB). There is no doubt that the presence (or absence) of our earthly parents in our lives affects us, and we are always “like” them in some way. But on this Father’s Day, Pastor Tim Doherty wants to encourage you to spend some time reflecting on how much you are like our Father in heaven.

Scripture References: John 1:1-2, John 5:17-20, John 5:30, John 14:7

From Series: "Father's Day 2022"

Like the Father. In the Bible, we see that Jesus does what the Father does, so we can say that He is like the Father. Here’s how Jesus puts it, “Truly I tell you, the Son is not able to do anything on his own, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, the Son likewise does these things.” (John 5:19 CSB). There is no doubt that the presence (or absence) of our earthly parents in our lives affects us, and we are always “like” them in some way. But on this Father’s Day, Pastor Tim Doherty wants to encourage you to spend some time reflecting on how much you are like our Father in heaven.

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