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There are times when we can be completely astounded as we see God’s power displayed around us. When Jesus speaks to us and we lean in to truly hear and apply what he’s saying, it changes how we see things. Or, there are other times when we experience His compassion and healing when we come to him with humility and transparency. What might be the outcome if together as a church family we all took the posture to be open to a move of God in our lives.

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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