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Soul Detox - Week 2

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Well, several years ago I talked my wife Amy into going to the gym with me to work out. It was the only time in 22 years that she agreed to go to the gym with me to work out. This may not mean a lot to a lot of you, but at the time I was a little stronger than I am now. And back then I could bench press 225 pounds 12 times. Now, for some of you that's no big deal. For others of you, you're going, "That's not bad for a pastor!" Well, I thought that if she saw me do that she would be overwhelmed, not only with my godliness, but with my human strength and be overcome with a desire for physical expression of our commitment and love that we have shared together for all of the years! And so, I got on the bench and put the plates on and started to just knock out the reps; five, six, seven, eight. Normally I use a spot, this time I didn't have a spot. Nine, ten, it got a little harder than usual, eleven; my boobies were on fire baby, I mean like shaking away! On eleven I'm thinking I could get one more, I mean everything's riding on this and she's going to love this! I'm going for twelve and I'm extending up and my arms are doing all of this kind of stuff and I realize, this is not going to end well! And 225 pounds came crashing down on my sore little boobies! I'm panicking thinking you know, she's going to be making fun of me forever! And I looked over and by some providential miracle of our good God, she was not paying attention, she was checking her hair in the mirror! And I was like, "If I live through this, at least I won't have the humiliation!" And so, since it was clamped on the side I couldn't just dump the weights, and so I thought my only option was to roll it off as fast as I can! It was going great! I got it down to right here and she looked over at me and it was like she was going, "What are you doing?" I'm like, "It's a new leg exercise! You wouldn't understand, it's for advanced body builders like me! Could you help me unlatch this on the side?" And she did. Years later, I told her the real story and we laugh today about the time her husband got crushed under all of that weight. Well, that's an example of our physical bodies not being able to handle weight. In this series, we're not talking about our physical bodies, but we're talking about our souls. And so many people I believe, just like I thought I could handle that weight, think they can handle the weight of this world and end up not physically crushed, but crushed with the weight of the world in their souls. If you missed last week, our key thought that drives us through this series, Soul Detox, based on my new book, is this; write this down: We are not a body with a soul... But if you remember what we are, all of our churches let's say it aloud: We are not a body with a soul but we are a what? We are a soul with a body. And the difference in those two thoughts, it's really very, very important. We are not our bodies; our body is really a house at temporary dwelling for who we are. In other words, when our bodies die we don't die, we continue to live eternally. And we talk a lot in this world and I think it's important, about taking good care of your bodies. We talk about detoxing our bodies. In this series though, we're going to talk about detoxing our souls because I believe so many people all over the world are living with the heaviness of the soul, the heaviness of the soul. In fact, I read an article that was very interesting. It said that our generation has the highest percentage of people who deal with a constant low-grade depression. Our generation has the highest percentage of people they presume of any generation that deals with a low-grade, constant depression. Now, what I'm not talking about is a deep clinical depression, which is an important issue, but I'm talking about people who just all of the time constantly live with a heaviness of the soul. The article said that for a lot of people, they can't even put their finger on it, there's nothing that's really, really wrong; but yet nothing is just right. And we're a generation of people who have so much more to live with and so many great things and yet, there's a soul dissatisfaction, there's a longing for something more, there's a lack of hope and there's a lack of faith, and there's not a lot of optimism, and it just seems like we're just existing and not really making a big contribution. And for so many people there's a heaviness of the soul. Well, this isn't new; in fact our key verse for the day is David in the Old Testament, in Psalm 42:5, he asked himself a question, and this was his question; he asked his soul this question, he said: Why are you so downcast? Why are you so downcast, O my... What? Everybody help me out. He said: Why are you downcast, O my soul? He said, 'Why so disturbed within me?' Why are you heavy? Why are you uneasy? Why are you worried? Why are you upset? 'Why so disturbed, O my soul?' And I want to try to answer that question today. Why is it that there are so many people that live with a heaviness of the soul? And I believe there are three main reasons, if you're taking notes here's what they are: So many people have heavy souls because of hurts from the past. We're heavy with hurts from the past. In fact, Jeremiah illustrated this well in Lamentations 3:19-20. As he reflected on the pain from the past he said: I remember my affliction and my wandering, the bitterness and the gall. I well remember them... And as he looked back to those painful memories, what did he say? Everybody say it aloud, he said: ...and my soul is... What?'s downcast within me. I'm guessing that there are a lot of you, that there is a present heaviness based on a past hurt. Some friend lied to you or let you down, or your spouse betrayed you, or you lost a job and you felt like it was unfair. Or you had an opportunity and you didn't do it and you regret it, or you said something you shouldn't have said, or somebody did something to you that you wished they hadn't of done. You've got a present heaviness based on a past hurt. And I don't want to embarrass anybody, but I'm going to push you a little bit today to be really transparent before God because I believe God wants to do a healing work. How many of you at all of our churches would say, "Yes there is, sometimes I do have a heaviness of the soul today because of something in the past." Would you just raise your hands? There's so many of us right? There's another reason I believe that we have a heaviness of the soul. And that is, many of us we're: Heavy with trouble in the present. There's something going on right now. Job described this well in Chapter 4:5, he said: But now... Not in the past and not in the future; but he said but now: ...trouble comes to you... Some of you can relate to that. And because of the current trouble you are: ...discouraged; it strikes you, and you are dismayed. There are so many of us that right now there's something going on and you're thinking, "I didn't see this coming. This wasn't on my five-year plan for my life, I don't like this. I didn't plan on this." A lot of people I believe, there's just kind of a constant dissatisfaction of you know, "I thought when I was this age and doing this with my life I'd have more meaning, or I'd be in a better relationship, or you know, I didn't' think there was going to be this trouble." And there's a heaviness, there's something going on right now. In fact, again I'll ask you just to help push you for transparency before God; how many of you, you have something right now in your life that's giving you a heaviness of the soul right now, a burden, a concern? There's so many of us. There's a third reason that so many of us are living with a constant heaviness of the soul. And this is the one I think I'm most vulnerable to, and I know a lot of you will be able to relate. Many of us, we're: Heavy with anxiety about the future. We're wondering about you know, how are we going to make it through what is to come? You know, how are we going to pay the bills when our debt is rising and our bank account is shrinking? How are we going to get it all done with three kids around the house and they're in diapers? What if my company lays me off, you know, what if the economy struggles again? What if one of us gets sick? What's going to happen? Even Jesus believe it or not, there was a moment when He looked ahead to the pain that He would endure when He became sin for us and He knew what that pain would be. And being God in the flesh, He knew that God was going to turn away and He would cry out, "My God, my God, where are you?" And in anguish of His soul, He cried out to God. Mark 14:33-34: ...Jesus began to be deeply distressed and troubled... And what did He say? Not my mind, not my body, but what did He say? He said: "My soul..." Say it again everybody: "My soul is overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death..." My soul, there's a heaviness of my soul. Some of you might say, "As I look back to the past, or I look in the moment at the present, or I think ahead to what could happen, there's trouble all around. And so, I just live with an ongoing heaviness of the soul." I mean, sometimes there's nothing really, really wrong, but there's nothing that's just right. Or sometimes I just am constantly uneasy. There's a heaviness of the soul and unfortunately, so many people think that's just the way life is. That's just the way it is, I'm always going to live with a heaviness of the soul. It's a little bit like, I had a shoulder injury in college. I played college tennis my senior year. About maybe six or eight weeks before nationals, I hurt it and I didn't want to stop playing. I wasn't good enough to hit the pro circuit like some of my teammates so I thought, "This is it for me, I'm just going to play through the pain." And so, I would take a lot of Extra Strength Tylenol, a bunch of them before I played and I would just play through the pain. And unfortunately, that decision ended up with what I just knew was a life-long shoulder injury. So for years, I mean 22 years, from then to now, I could play but then couldn't play for four days because my shoulder would be recovering. And I couldn't sleep with my arm up by my head and so, I had to sleep with my arm like this. And when I got married to Amy she was like, "Why is your arm at your side, that's just dorky looking!" I'm like, "Live with it, that's the way it is!" And so, for 22 years I couldn't do this. Well then I ruptured my tendon and went to my doctor, he sent me to Five Star Therapy, and Doug is the guy who worked on my arm every day, and to this day he still helps me. And he was lifting it up and he saw me wince in pain and was like, "What's the matter?" I said, "Well, I've just got an old shoulder injury." And he put his finger right here and he goes, "Does it hurt right here?" And I was like, "Yes, that's the spot!" And he said, "Oh, that's no big deal, that's a such and such." He said, "I'll fix that and your shoulder will be better." I was like, "Look, that's a 22-year injury that I've had for 22 years; it's not going to get better, just work on this, that's not a problem, it just hurts a little bit but I just live with that." He said, "No, I'll work on this too." I'm like, "Don't waste your time!" And he said, "Don't waste my time! I'm the doctor, you shut up!" And so, he started doing all of this kind of stuff. Well, about a month later, God as my witness, my shoulder does not hurt anymore! Totally better, I sleep at night every night just like this! Why? Because I can! Now, don't clap too hard because this part still hurts and I covet your prayers! But the point of all of this is to say that you don't have to live that way! You may think it always is going to be this way. And I believe God would say to you, 'You don't have to live with that constant pain! You don't have to live with a heaviness of the soul.' In fact, let's look again at the verse that David said, this is what he said: Why are you downcast, O my soul? Why so disturbed within me? And then, he started to preach to his soul. He started to talk to his soul. He said: Soul put your hope in God... Quit your whining soul you're being a baby! Put your hope in God: ...for I will yet praise Him, my Savior and my God. What I want to do is encourage you to preach to your soul. Some of you, it's time to become a good preacher. Just preach at your soul, preach to your soul. Some of you, you're going to preach so good to your soul, your soul is going to think it's church and it's going to take up an offering just to give, because you are going to preach to your soul! And I want to give you three different things to preach to your soul. You don't have to live with a heaviness of your soul. Why so downcast, O my soul put your hope in God. He is the answer to the heaviness of our soul. Tell your soul, preach to your soul. 1. Tell your soul to remember God's faithfulness in the past. When you're tempted to look back at the hurts of the past, train your mind to stop, shift gears, and call to mind the faithfulness of God in the past. This is again what Jeremiah said, he was lamenting in Lamentations Three. Let's look again at what he said and then watch him shift gears in his mind. He said: I remember my affliction and my wandering, the bitterness and the gall. I well remember them, and my soul is heavy, it's downcast within me. Yet... Watch this, shift gears: ...Yet I call this to mind and therefore I have hope... Because I call this to mind I have hope. Why do I have hope and what do I call to mind? Because of the Lord's great love we are not consumed, for His compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. "Oh, this is hard and this is bad! Yet, I call this to mind. God has been good and I think on it and He lifts the heaviness of my soul." As I think on the negative things, my soul is downcast within me. Yet, I call this to mind. His compassions are new, He is faithful and I remember His goodness. I'm telling you, those of you who are Christians and who have walked with Christ for a while, you can look back and think about the bad, or you can look back and you can see God's faithfulness. Call to mind the memory of when you called on Christ and you were delivered from the weight and the burden of your sins. Remember the feeling when you realized He no longer holds my sins against me. Remember the time when you prayed for something and there was no human way possible that this could ever happen and then your God did a miracle that was only something He could do. And you're like, "Wow God! You're showing up and showing off!" Remember a time when you didn't know how you were going to make it and God miraculously provided for you! And you're like, "That is so God, I give Him all of the glory!" Remember the time when you were reading in the Bible. And you were down and you came across a verse and you were like, "Oh man, that's like for me!" I mean, the verse just gets all over you and just ministers to you. Remember when God did that for you. Remember when you were going through something and a song on the radio just touched your soul and you knew it was from God. Remember a time when you came to church and it was like, there was nobody else there but you and God. And every word fed your soul. Remember God's faithfulness. I like to look back and remember. I remember when I was considering Christianity in college and I was lost in my sin and I was wrestling with an odd decision. I had a keychain that was metal and shaped just perfectly to put in my little nylon pathetically short tennis shorts that had no pockets. It was a bad era that we will never go back to, in the name of Jesus I declare by faith today! And I would put the little keychain in there and it would hold my keys just perfectly. But my keychain had something very vulgar inscribed on it which was a representation of my vulgar and sinful life. And some of you are saying, "Well Pastor Craig, what was written on that keychain?" And I will never tell, nor will God reveal it to you in eternity, because it was that bad! And I remember thinking, "Okay, if I'm going to become a Christian I can't have this, and this is wrong!" But I thought, "If I throw it away, I can't put my keys in my pathetic little nylon shorts. What am I going to do?" And so by faith, I just decided, "I'm throwing it away, I'm doing the right thing!" And God as my witness, on that very, very day, a girl named Desiree came and gave me a key chain baby! The same shape, the same weight, the same perfect thing to fit in my stupid little shorts! But on it, it didn't say something vulgar, it said, "Try God". And I knew on that day God was reaching out to me and I remember His faithfulness! I don't know why you're not excited about that! That was pretty incredible to me! And then, I remember starting a Bible study in the middle of my sinfulness, but not having a Bible. And walking from class to class, there was a Gideon handing out free Bibles on the day I was starting a Bible study! I was like "Wow! God is there!" And then, I remember asking God for a wife and praying for some time. And someone said, "You should meet this girl named Amy, she's overboard for God just like you!" And so I prayed about it and I called her and we had never seen each other before and we were going to meet on a blind date and someone told her, "You're going to love him, not only is he godly, but he looks like Tom Cruise!" And so, when I went to her apartment and knocked on her door, she opened the door and she had a big smile on her face. And then, she looked at me and she went, "Oh!" But God was faithful and blinded her eyes and she married me anyway! And he sent me a spouse! And then we went on our honeymoon shortly after that and came back, and our air conditioner was broken and we had no money. And we had just read that if there were any sick among you let the elders of the church lay hands on them and pray the prayer of faith. And we thought, "This air conditioner's sick!" And we went in our backyard and we laid hands on our air conditioner and God as my witness he healed our air conditioner! If your air conditioner is down, just call me! I've got faith for your AC in Jesus' name! And then I remember, we couldn't get pregnant for almost two years and we thought, "We're not going to be able to get pregnant, we're not going to be able to get pregnant!" And we had everybody pray, and then I remember we couldn't look at each other without getting pregnant! God's faithfulness! Listen, you can look back and have all sorts of reasons to have a heaviness of soul, or you can look back and see the faithfulness of God. Why so downcast, O my soul. Put your hope in God! Remember His faithfulness. And then if you're hurting right now, I want to encourage you to do this, cry out. Cry out to God in the present. Cry out to Him from the debts of your soul. David did this in Psalm 142:2. Hiding in a cave he said: I pour out my complaint before God... I love the honesty of that: I pour out my complaint before God. I'm telling Him my trouble.. I'm not holding anything back. He said: I cry out to you O Lord; I say, "You are my refuge, my portion in the land of the living." Listen to my cry, for I am in desperate need.." I would encourage you to make this a part of your discipline in seeking God, that when you have a heaviness of soul in the present, you just let it rip and cry out to God. Be honest, I mean, just tell Him how you feel, don't hold back. "I'm confused, I'm angry, I'm upset, I don't understand God. Why is this happening? God, I need you, I am in desperate need. I'm crying out from the depths of my soul. I don't like this God, where are you?" Be honest to God, he can handle your honesty. He already knows your heart anyway. He said this: Cast your cares on Him, why? Because He cares for you. Cast them, throw them, hurl them, cry out to God from the depths of your soul. Years ago, I was hurting in some of the weight of the church. I had made some decisions that I believe were right. I believe God had led me to make them; and yet, there was a lot of kick-back and a lot of people were upset. I was physically exhausted and I told Amy after church on a Sunday, "I've got to go out and just spend some time with God." And we have a little bit of land, but my neighbors have a lot of land. And so, I went through some trails and went out in the middle of their land. And it's nothing but woods, like deep woods, like scary animal woods. And I just got all alone and I'm like, "God, I just need you!" And I just started crying out and the tears just started flowing. And I was like, "God, I thought you led me to do this! Where are you and why isn't this going right?" I just cried out, I'm talking 15 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes; probably 45 minutes or so into it, I just really sensed the presence of God. I mean and I just kept crying out to Him and the more I cried out, the more it went from complaints to worship and to this trust. And I stayed out there for a long time. I'm mean, we're talking two hours, three hours, and I'm just in the presence of God just crying out to Him. Maybe four hours or so and it's like dark now and getting darker. And it was dark and then it was like dark-dark! Do you know what the difference between dark-dark and dark is? You have to be in the woods to know what the difference between dark-dark and dark! It was dark-dark and suddenly I realized, "I'm in the woods, I'm glad God is with me because there's scary animals in here!" I thought, "I need to go back to my house!" And so, I was walking back and I heard an animal and I don't know what it was to this day, but it was an animal! It could have been a squirrel, it could have been a rabbit, it could have been a raccoon, it could have been a bobcat, or it could have been about a mountain lion! And you know how I am with cats, and I'm out there unarmed; we're talking no nunchucks, I'm vulnerable all day long! And I heard this thing and I remember thinking a bad word, I'm mostly certain I didn't say it, I am certain I thought it! And I'm like, "I'm just with God and I'm thinking bad words and there's a lion out here about to kill me!" Then I ran back to the house like a little girl! Anyway, that's the side story. The point is, it just makes me feel better to talk about it! Cry out to Him from the depths of your soul. Hey soul, why so downcast, O my soul? I'm going to put my hope in God. "God, here's how I feel. I don't understand God, I'm upset." Cry out to Him, He's your Heavenly Father. He loves for you to cast your cares on Him. One of my daughters came to me recently and she was just hurting. She sat down by me on the couch, and she's older now, she's a young lady now and she was hurting and she just said, "Dad, I just need you!" And she just cried out to me and I was so sad that she was hurting, but I was so honored to be her Daddy to comfort her. Cry out to me sweetheart, I'm here for you. Cry out to God, your Heavenly Father. Cry out, take the heaviness of your soul and just take it to Him because He cares for you. Why so downcast, O my soul. Put your hope in God. You don't have to live with the heaviness of the soul. You look back and you see His faithfulness. And in the present, you call out to Him. And then when you're anxious about the future, I just want to remind you to trust in God's power for the future. Trust in God's power for the future. Trust that He is the Alpha and the Omega, He is the Beginning and the End, He is the First and the Last, He's already in tomorrow; you can trust Him with your future. Powerful verse describes this, Second Chronicles 32:7-8. Hezekiah the King of Judah says: "Be strong and courageous." He's telling God's people: "...Do not be afraid or discouraged because of the king of Assyria and the vast army with him..." They were afraid. There was an army they thought they couldn't beat. There's a future battle they've got to fight. He says: "...for there is a greater power..." Everybody say greater power. There is a greater power. One more time, I want you to feel this, what is there? There is a greater power: "...that is with us than with them. With him is only the arm of flesh... In fact, they just have what they have: "...but with us is the Lord our God to help us and to fight our battles..." In other words, they just have what they have, but we have what God has. Did you get that? They just have what they have, but we have what God has. And we have, if you're a Christian, the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead dwelling inside of you. You trust God's power for your future. One of the most meaningful, personal stories of this is my wife Amy when she gave birth to six kids' rapid fire; I mean, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom! I mean, six kids coming out like crazy okay! It was very hard on her body. And right after giving birth to one, her body would go numb from her head all of the way down to her feet, half of her body. And this went on all of the time; she had tremendous anxiety, all sorts of other very complicated health issues. We went to doctor after doctor, specialist after specialist, scanned everything over and over and over again, and she was convinced she was dying. And she wouldn't want to go to sleep because she was afraid she wouldn't wake up. And she was really afraid because she was like, "Hey I love you, and you're a great husband, but if I die this thing is going bad, because I've seen you with the kids for two hours alone!" And you know, so she's got tremendous anxiety and I got it as well and the doctors couldn't figure anything out. And the bottom line is that we weren't trusting God with our future. Well, she sought God in prayer and in the Word over and over and over again, and she finally got to the place where she switched gears and she put her faith in God and she made the conscious faith decision: if I live I trust God, if He takes me I trust God, no matter what I will trust and praise Him. And it all changed. Coincidentally, right after that her episodes cleared and she's been in good health since. The chick doesn't worry now, she doesn't worry! It's annoying! Sometimes I'm like, "Hey worry with me babe, let's sin together! Come on, let's do this together!" She won't worry! When I was up in an airplane on 9/11, and airplanes were falling out of the sky, I landed and I called her and I was like, "Hey, I'm okay! I know you were worried!" She's like, "I wasn't worried!" I was like, "Oh, come on now! You were worried a little bit!" "No, no!" "Yeah, you were thinking, 'If something happened to me how are you going to make it right?'" She goes, "No, God would take care of me." I was like, "Yeah, I wasn't worried about you either when you were going to die, so!" Why so downcast, O my soul? Hey soul, put your hope in God. I mean, if we believe this stuff we believe it right? Why so downcast? You don't have to live with the heaviness of the soul. You don't have to live with the heaviness of the soul. You don't have to live with that. Why so downcast, O my soul? Last week I gave you a chance to be still before God and I want to do that every week in this series. We detox our body; I want you to detox your soul. And if your soul is heavy, I want you to take a moment and just focus your thoughts on Him. Remember His faithfulness from the past; cry out to Him in the present, trust His power in the future. ...Yet I call this to mind therefore I have hope. We are not consumed because of the Lords great love, for His mercies are new every morning. Great is your faithfulness. Why so downcast, O my soul? Put your hope in God. Our Father, I'm aware that there are so many that just live with an ongoing heaviness of the soul. And God, I pray that today in your presence, that Your Holy Spirit would do a supernatural miracle in our souls. That God, we would learn to talk to our souls and tell our souls the truth of Your Word and recognize God, that you didn't create us to live with a heaviness of the soul, but we can come to Jesus just as we are and He'll give us rest for our souls, He'll give us peace, and that we can truly put our hope in You. As you're praying today at all of our different churches, there are a lot of you that if you're really honest you're just going to just say, "There's an ongoing heaviness of my soul and I want to trust God. I need His healing; I want to put my hope in Him." If that's you today all of our churches, and you just say, "I really, there is a heaviness of my soul and I want to put my hope in Him. I'd love it if you'd pray for me." Would you lift up your hands right now, just all of our different churches? There's just so many. God, I thank you for the honesty of Your people. God, I pray that Your Word would be true to us in our hearts. That we'd just look at it and say, "Hey, what's the deal here? Our God is good, He is in control. God you are faithful, Your mercies are new every morning. You give us everything we need to do everything you want us to do. Your grace would never fail us. Your strength is made perfect in our weakness. You are good through and through, You're already in tomorrow." God, I pray for healing of the soul. I pray that we would detox our souls. God I pray that our souls would cry out to you and we would find hope in you and we'd find rest in You and we'd find peace in You. And God, I pray that there would be those who would be set free, that You would lift the heaviness of our souls. Why so downcast, O my soul. Oh God, we put our hope in You. As you keep praying today at all of our churches, there are many of you; you've got the heaviness of the weight of your sin. Man, I remember this like it was yesterday, the guilt I felt of all of the people that I had hurt, all of the lies that I'd told, all of the ways I had lived contrary to God's truth and broken His heart; the heaviness of the soul because of my sin. It was when I realized that Jesus died for my sins, that He became sin, that He died, that He rose again, that if I'd call on Him He would lift the heaviness of my sin. He would forgive my sin, He would make me new. All of that stuff would be gone and everything would become new. He would cast my sins into the sea of forgetfulness. He would remember them no more. There are those of you, that's why you're here. It's time for the weight of your sin to be removed, for you to become new because Jesus gave His life for you. There are others of you, you're searching, there's a heaviness of your soul; you're looking for anything, everything that will fill your emptiness. Jesus said, 'Hey, what good is it for a man if He gains the whole world yet forfeits his soul?' You are not a body with a soul you're a soul with your body, and your soul longs for something more. You're longing for God, you were created for Him, to know Him and be known by Him. Your sin separates you from God. As you call on Him He will forgive your sin, He will fill your soul. You will know Him and never be the same and that's why many of you are here today and you know it. It's time for new life, it's time for His life, it's time to surrender completely to Him. At all of our churches you'd say, "That's me, I know it. I need His forgiveness, I need His grace, I want His life. Today I call on Him; I give my life to Him. Jesus take my life, I give it to you!" Would you lift your hands right now at all of our churches and say, "That's my prayer." Right up here, both of you together; man what a day for you guys! Praise God for you! And here in the middle section, way back here as well. Others of you, I want to find you and see you. Right back here, both of you back here in this section, right up here sir, praise God for you. God, invade his life with Your love. Others today who would say, "Yes, me too!" Church Online, you click right below me. Right back over here in this section, "Yes, I call on You God. I put my hope in You, save me from my sins!" Others today, "This is my cry!" Right back there, praise God and you as well, both of you right back over here. New life in Christ, here, both of you. Others of you, let's go today. Come on, call out on Him! Call out on Him! Call out on Him! Pray aloud everybody with those around you pray Heavenly Father, save me from my sins. Make me new. I believe Jesus died for me so I could live for You. Fill me with Your Spirit so I could serve You for my whole life. Thank you for new life, I give You mine. In Jesus' name I pray! LifeChurch, from your souls lift up praise to God and worship Him! Welcome those today born into His family!

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Soul Detox - Week 2 - Craig Groeschel -

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