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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.

Daniel Im - July 29, 2023

Esau

Well, that's what we're going to be talking about for the next six weeks at Beulah! We're going to explore the lives of six characters from the Old Testament who experienced interruption—how they were interrupted, what they did when they were, and how that can inform the way that we live today. And we're going to do that by exploring characters that we typically don't talk about. This weekend, we'll be kicking off our series by unpacking the story of Esau—not Isaac, but Esau the red-haired brother—and how he navigated the interruptions in his life.

Scripture References: Genesis 25:19-26, Genesis 25:27-34, Genesis 26:34-35, Genesis 27:1-40, Genesis 27:41-46, Genesis 28:6-9

From Series: "Life Interrupted"

Every time we’re interrupted, there’s a now, and a not yet. The interruption happened, the now is happening, but the not yet has not yet happened. Our choices between the now and the not yet, will determine what that not yet will look like. Over the next six weeks we are going to see the different ways that individuals in the Old Testament were interrupted, and how their now affected their not yet. Just like God wasn’t done with these individuals, He isn’t done with you. He is still writing your story.

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Keith Taylor - September 2, 2023

Sarah

We're going to explore the lives of six characters from the Old Testament who experienced interruption—how they were interrupted, what they did when they were, and how that can inform the way that we live today. And we're going to do that by exploring characters that we typically don't talk about. This week we are focusing on Sarah.

Scripture References: Genesis 18:1-15, Genesis 21:1-7

From Series: "Life Interrupted"

Every time we’re interrupted, there’s a now, and a not yet. The interruption happened, the now is happening, but the not yet has not yet happened. Our choices between the now and the not yet, will determine what that not yet will look like. Over the next six weeks we are going to see the different ways that individuals in the Old Testament were interrupted, and how their now affected their not yet. Just like God wasn’t done with these individuals, He isn’t done with you. He is still writing your story.

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