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June 30, 2024 PM
Ken Bevel

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Fruits of Oneness

John 17:20-21

What do people see when they view the church?

Prays for Himself
1) __ Your Son

Prays for His Disciples
2) Keep them in Your __
3) __ them in truth

Prays for All Believers
4) They may all be __

Examples of oneness between the Father and the Son:

  • Demonstrated through __
  • Demonstrated in moments of yielding
  • Demonstrated in words of __
  • Demonstrated in agreement
  • Demonstrated through __

Danger of divisions:

  • Promotes selfish __ (Romans 16:17-18)
  • Fighting and arguments (1 Corinthians 1:10-11)
  • Fractured __ (Luke 11:17)
  • Broken relationships (Jude 1:16-19)
  • Causes others to be __ (Titus 3:9-11)
  • Abomination in the eyes of the Lord (Proverbs 6:16-19)

Fruits of oneness:

  • The __ of the Father
  • Strengthens relationships
  • Quick resolution of __
  • Builds trust
  • __ in kingdom efforts
  • Many may believe

June 23, 2024 PM
Paul Gotthardt
(#11 in series)

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A Night of Worldview: Racism, Hatred, Love, and Forgiveness

with Paul Gotthardt, Ken Bevel, Trent Cory, DeCarlo Marcus, and Rance Pettibone

Important Insights for Each Night of Worldview

“He who defines the terms, controls the debate.” – Mike Evans

Worldview is how you see the world. It’s the system of beliefs or core values that inform a person’s decisions and help frame out life issues. A biblical worldview is seeing the world from God’s perspective as revealed in Scripture. That means your beliefs and values are shaped and supported by God’s Word.

Two reasons Christians believe or act in opposition to Scripture:

1) Ignorance: We don’t know what Scripture says.

2) Disobedience: We reject what Scripture says.

There are eight primary categories that come together to create a worldview. Our worldview is shaped by our beliefs on:

1) Creation/Environment

2) Religion/Spirituality

3) Education/Development

4) Relationships/Experience

5) Culture/Institutions

6) Science/Technology

7) Economics/Vocation

8) Community/Government

We have five main goals for each of our Nights of Worldview:

1) To inform believers

2) To foster a biblical worldview

3) To show the beauty and the relevance of the gospel

4) To prayerfully seek to understand God’s heart

5) To encourage believers to act in love

What are the basic steps for developing a biblical worldview?

1) Actively pursue an intimate relationship with God through Jesus Christ.

2) Study Scripture (contextually and completely) as it relates to a topic.

3) Adopt God’s perspective as your perspective.

4) If anything seems to contradict God’s perspective, give Him the benefit of the doubt, trust Him, and wait for clarity.

5) Intentionally associate with and learn from those who are on the same path, including friends, churches, blogs, books, podcasts, etc.

6) Repeat this process for the rest of your life.

A Night of Rest

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