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Bold - Week 2

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They did what Your power and will had decided beforehand should happen. Now Lord, consider their threats and enable your servants to speak Your Word with great boldness. Stretch out Your hands to heal and to perform miraculous signs and wonders through the name of your Holy Servant Jesus. After they prayed, the place where they were meeting was shaken and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and they spoke the Word of God boldly. Well, we are in the middle of a four-week series called Bold. Today, we are going to be in the Book of Acts Chapter Four. We are studying through Acts, Chapter Four and Chapter Five. I want to start with a story about my Mom. If any of you have ever met my Mom, you'll know she is 100% pure-blown spunky! She's got the spiritual gift of spunk! She was in the hospital years ago and about to go into a surgery. I was a brand new Christian and was there to see her and she was visibly nervous, as I would have been going into a surgery. And a few minutes before they rolled her in a chaplain came and said, Do you mind if I pray with you? And she said, Oh, thank God! I'm so glad you're here! Please pray with me! And he said, Well, what's your religious preference? And my Mom said, Well, Christian. And he said, Well, what denomination? And she said, Well, I really don't have a denomination, I'm just a Christian. And he said, Well, to pray with you, I need to know what denomination, did you grow up in a denomination? And she was a little bit confused. She said, Yea, I was in the Methodist Church. And he said, Okay! And so, he looked to the table of contents in his little prayer book, and I guess he found the Methodist prayer. He flipped over to page such and such, and he started reading the prayer, Dear God, I pray for.... And my Mom went, Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! And then she screamed out, Would somebody pleaseget this guy out of here and get me someone who knows how to pray their own prayers! I thought it was funny, but maybe you didn't! It's my Mom! And so, what I want to do is talk to you today about praying very bold prayers. Everybody say bold! All of our churches say, bold! Last week, we learned that boldness is behavior born out of belief. Boldness is behavior born out of belief. The key thought for today on Bold Prayers, if you're taking notes is this: What you pray for reflects what you believe about God. What you pray for, or what we could say what you don't pray for, what you pray for reflects what you believe about God. Let me try to drive this home. For example, if you don't pray at all, that reflects you don't believe in God or don't believe He answers prayers. What you pray for or don't pray for, it reflects what you believe in God. If you pray very small prayers all of the time, just little small prayers; it probably reflects that you don't really believe that God is a God who answers big prayers. If almost all of your prayers are for yourself: bless me, help me, comfort me, be with me; then that reflects the belief that you actually believe God is there to serve you. And people who have that belief, if God doesn't do what they wanted God to do, they get offended and say, Well, God must not be real, because what you pray for reflects what you believe about God. In fact, our language says a lot about what we believe about God as well, our language about prayer. For example, I've seen this a bazillion times, maybe someone is in a tough situation and they are trying to figure out you know, How do I navigate these difficult waters or this challenge in my life. And when they've done everything that they know to do, they often will say something like this, Well now, all we can do is...pray! If prayer for you is a last resort, that reflects what you believe about God. I can just see God in Heaven going, 'Well, you're down to prayer now? You mean, it's up to me? Well, you're screwed! What can I do, I'm just a God of the....' What you say, what you pray for reflects what you believe about God. So here's what I want you to do; at all of our different churches, let's just take a moment and I want you to think about what you prayed for last week. I've given a little place in your notes and I'd love for you to just go ahead and jot it down as I'm talking, what did you pray for last week? Some of you, you might say, Well, I don't think I really prayed. That says a lot about what you believe about God, let's just call it what it is. Some of you might say, I can't really remember what I prayed for. Well, that says a lot as well. Some of you will say, Oh yeah, I prayed for this, I prayed for that, I prayed for this, I prayed for that. What I want you to do is to go ahead and think about it for a moment and just jot down two or three or four things that you prayed for last week. Now, as you're doing that, I want to ask you this question: If God answered yes to all of your prayers last week; you prayed, stamp yes, stamp yes, poof yes! God just miraculously said yes to everything you prayed, what would be different in the world today? Think about that. If God answered everything that you prayed for last week, what would be different in the world today? Chances are pretty good if you pray like most people in my culture, the only things that would be different would be kind of things that are close to you. For example, if you're a single lady and you're wanting to get married, God would have given you a handsome, on-fire Christian that prays for you! God would have given you the boyfriend! Or, if you're married and your husband's not a spiritual leader and you're praying for him to be a spiritual leader...oh man, he's a spiritual leader! Or, your wife's more responsive, or you would have gotten the raise, or you would have qualified for the house you wanted, or your Grandma would have been healed of cancer, or you're friend's marriage that's struggling, their marriage would have been better. Chances are, if you pray like most people in our culture, the only things in the world that would be different would be those things very close to your little circle. For years that's how I prayed. I really learned from Amy, my wife, to pray really big prayers because I'm telling you, if God answered everyone of the prayers she prayed last week, churches would be overflowing today with salivations out the wazoo, because she prays for churches around the world every singe day. She prays for revival to break out of churches, she prays for orphans to be adopted by the thousands, she prays for those trapped in human trafficking to be set free; she prays really, really big prayers and I've learned a lot from that. Think about in your own life, if God answered everything that you prayed for last week, what would be different in the world today? I would say, if you really want to make a big difference in this life, you're going to need to learn to pray some very bold prayers. Let's look at the Book of Acts. Let me give you some context in case you missed last week. We are looking at Peter and John and their encounters with Christ in living a bold life in the New Testament. If you remember, last week Peter preached boldly and called a group of people a corrupt generation, told them to repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus. And miraculously, three thousand people were born into the family of God. And then, they traveled along and came across a guy at a gate called Beautiful outside the temple, who had been lame for forty years; in other words, he couldn't walk for over forty years. And they boldly said, 'Pick up your mat, walk.' And all of a sudden, miraculously this guy walked. Well, the religious leaders, the Sanhedrin's were disturbed by this because these guys were preaching the resurrection of the dead, that Jesus was raised, the Sanhedrin's didn't believe in the resurrection. They brought and arrested Peter and John, they put them on trial, circled them as the Sanhedrin would do and said, 'By what name, by what authority are you doing these things?' And they said, 'Let us state clearly, we are doing this in the name of Jesus Christ, the man that you crucified, but who God raised from the dead.' In other words, they were full-on, full-blown bold. Well, the religious leaders would have loved to have kept them in prison, or perhaps even killed them for what they were doing. But because the crippled guy was now healed, they couldn't do it because everybody would have revolted seeing this miracle. And so, against their own wishes they had to release Peter and John, and that's where we pick up the story in Acts 4:23. Here's what Scripture says: On their release, Peter and John went back to their own people,... They went to the Christians: ...and they reported all that the chief priest and elders had said to them... They would have said, 'They threatened us,' they said, 'Don't ever speak in this name again.' And so, they are telling them, 'Here's what happened.' When they heard this, here's what the Christians did... They did what? All of our churches say this aloud, the Bible says: ...they raised their voices... What? ...they raised their voices together in prayer to God. Wow! I love that phrase. They raised their voices together in prayer to God. There is something incredibly powerful when believers come together and lift up things in prayer to God. In fact, the very next series that we are going to do is called, Two-gather, and we are going to look at the power of gathering together with other believers to do life in a spiritual and a significant way. There's something incredibly powerful about praying together. In fact, some of you, you may be wired a little bit more like me. I'm never the guy honestly, who lines up to be the first one at the seven hour prayer meeting. I just don't, I don't like to get in there and hold hands and sling snot and pray on and on and on and on, because there are just things that make me uncomfortable. The whole hand holding thing for one thing, you've got people on both sides and you never know, you're like, over with one guy and under with another, and then you're trying to figure out, intertwined or cupped? You know, when you're holding the hands! That's awkward! And then, inevitably, you've got unequally yoked hand partners; you've got the dead-fish guy that's just you know, blah...you know, wake up! You know, give me something! And then you've got the hard gripper that, when the louder they pray the more you are just, no! And so anyway, I don't know how I got off on that, but the only rule you need to know if you're a new Christian and you get in a prayer meeting, just hold hands, but at the end of the prayer when they say, In Jesus' name, amen, you just give a little squeeze! That just signs off! And then you let go, don't you dare keep holding hands after, that's like weird in a bad way! Just, In Jesus' name and you're out! And you move! Anyway, that just might be helpful one day! Even though that may not be your natural nature, there's something incredible when I pray with someone, I may not have a lot of faith for something, but I hear someone else praying and it's almost like I get to climb up on top of their faith and then I pray and it builds my faith, and there's like this cumulative, exponential faith. And when you read Scripture there's power when believers come in agreement before God. In fact, I'll tell you a story. For the last seven years, my family has gone to family camps, where all of us go to a camp together. Well this year, the last two years, we went to Kanakuk Family Camp. And we went with about fourteen of the families that we do life with. I mean, this is just, we just do life with these families, we help raise each others kids. There's one of these kids that is one of the finest young men that I've ever known. The guy is 15-years-old, his name is Court, and he is battling a brain tumor. One of the guys in our group, Robert Mitchell, he's a fire fighter, he said he had a vision to pray for Court. And so, he gathered all of us and said, I want all of the men to lay hands on Court, and what this does is it symbolizes the strength of God. Then, I want the women and children to gather around in a circle and that represents the love of God. And this is what we did, I will never forget as long as I live the beauty and the power of the presence of God, when we joined our voices together in prayer. You could just sense God was there. And that's what these believers were doing, under extraordinary persecution, they came and this is the prayer they prayed to God, verse 24, the middle of the verse, they said: Sovereign Lord... Everybody say sovereign. Sovereign means basically, God, you're the man, You're in charge ultimately over all, you have the final word and say always. And watch how God-focused this prayer is: Sovereign Lord, You make the heaven and the earth and the sea and everything in them, You spoke by the Holy Spirit... Verse 27: ...Indeed Herod and Pontius Pilate met together with the Gentiles and the people of Israel in this city to conspire against Your Holy Servant Jesus, who You anointed, they did what Your power and will had decided beforehand should happen. And they're starting their whole prayer with this massive God consciousness. They were just like, 'You are the Supreme Creator, You ordained all of this, You're in charge, You are the Sovereign Lord.' Now, I can guarantee you God didn't need to hear that. God's like, 'Oh yeah, thanks for reminding me, I forgot, I am in charge!' Very likely, what they were doing, it was kind of posturing themselves in the right position of worship to a Holy God. It's almost like they're reminding themselves, 'God, you are Supreme overall.' And then as they did that, they prayed two of the boldest prayers, and it is my prayer that we as a church would pray and live these bold prayers, because if we're going to make a difference in this world we cannot be halfhearted, lukewarm, cultural Christians, but fully-devoted followers of the Lord Jesus Christ, who we live boldly for the name that is above all names, the name of Jesus. I want to encourage you to pray these two bold prayers: The first one if you're taking notes, we're going to pray for boldness. We are going to ask God to make us bold. Verse 29, they said this: Now Lord, consider their threats... What were their threats? We don't know for sure, we can only assume it was beating them, putting them in prison, or killing them and that's likely what their threats were. Lord, consider their threats, and then here's what they prayed: ...and enable your servants to... Do what? ...speak your Word with great boldness. What did they do? They prayed for even more boldness. Now, if I'm looking on objectively, I'm thinking to myself, 'Isn't boldness what got you arrested the first time?' In other words, 'Aren't you already bold?' And yet, they're praying for even more boldness. If I were consulting them in today's culture and environment, I'd probably say, 'You need to lay off that whole Jesus thing, let's lay low for awhile, we don't want to get you arrested. Let's keep you safe because without you we can't really do the work and besides, it's almost football season and you've got season tickets, and if you're in prison, you can't go and cheer on your football team!' Sorry, I know that really offends some of you, but it's...and they're praying for even more boldness. Let me ask you this question, have you ever prayed for boldness? Have you ever just prayed, God, make me bold? Most of the people I asked this week, Have you ever prayed for boldness? They're like, No! No! No! Well, why not? Because I haven't thought of it! Or Because it's kind of scary. I like my comfortable life! The bottom line I think, is because boldness is an other-centered prayer. Boldness typically doesn't help me, boldness is for the benefit of someone else, to help them know the love of God through Jesus Christ. And let's be honest, most of our prayers we pray are very self centered; Help me make an A on this test, Help me give a good presentation, Help me to get the raise, Help Grandma to be healed, Help me to get the new car, and In Jesus' name I pray that this pimple would go away by the dance on Saturday, amen! You know, they're mostly self-centered prayers. But when you pray for boldness, which is what I've been doing; I've been studying these texts for about four, maybe five weeks getting ready for this. I've prayed everyday, make me bold, make me bold and God has. In fact, Amy and I, we used to go on exciting dates, but with six kids and all of our responsibilities, our date nights now are at the grocery store. Sorry to disappoint you, but it is romantic, we sometimes make out in the frozen food isle and stuff! We go to the grocery store and we went to Walmart this Friday and my big discovery was that they have Triple Double-stuffed Oreo Cookies! Glory to God! I didn't even know that was possible! Triple double-stuff, I didn't know that was possible! But the good news is, all things are possible with God! Can somebody say amen! Anyway, so I discovered that and I snuck them in the bottom of the basket where Amy didn't see, and I've hidden them in the house and do not tell! Anyway, so we're at Walmart and this guy came up to me and said, Oh man, I'm from the South Tulsa Campus, I'm so glad to see you! And we were talking for awhile and then he got real honest and he said, Man, I'm struggling with an addiction to pornography and I hate it, but I can't stop. Would you mind praying for me? And I said, Sure, I'll pray for you. That usually means, Will you pray later? And I just said, You want to pray now? And he went, In Walmart? I said, I'll pray if you want me to! And all of a sudden he smiled and he said, Let's pray! And so, I just kind of put my hands on his shoulder, because I'm not holding hands with another man in Walmart! And I just started praying, I wasn't praying loud and I wasn't being you know like, Bind up that demon of pornography in this lust-filled man! I just prayed you know, a bold prayer and then to be honest, I actually peeked which is legal because Scripture says to watch and pray! And so I'm in Walmart, you never know. And this other couple walks up and stands right by us. I'm like, that's odd. And so I kind of wrapped up the prayer and said you know, Go, be free! And the couple walks up and like, Pastor Craig, you're praying, our marriage is struggling, would you pray for us? I'm like, Absolutely! And so, we start praying and then, God as my witness, there's another lady who walks up! I'm like, Come on up! I said, What campus do you go to? And she went, What's a campus? I go, Aren't you from Life Church? She goes, What's Life Church? I just saw you praying and wondered if you'd pray for me! I said, Absolutely! Let's just pray! And I'm telling you, you pray for boldness, you better be careful, you may be praying by the cat food in Walmart! I just dare you, I double dog dare you, I Triple, Double-stuffed Oreo Cookie dare you! You pray, pray an other centered prayer; use me today, use me for your glory, make me bold, stir me up, give me eyes to see needs of those that I work with, give me a heart sensitive to those who are hurting, give me a prompting of the Spirit to minister to those that are around me. You pray and you watch as God will do something in you and stir you on to boldness for His glory, pray for boldness. The second thing that we see in their prayers is they teach us to pray for miracles. They pray for boldness; 'Lord, consider their threats, enable your servants to speak the Word of God boldly.' And then they pray for miracles, verse 30, they say to God: Stretch out your hands to heal and perform miraculous signs and wonders through the name of your Holy Servant Jesus. They're going to pray big prayers; 'Heal sick people, raise the dead, help us cast out demons, do miraculous signs.' They're praying big, bold prayers. You want to make a big and bold difference in this world? You pray big, bold prayers, because what you pray for reflects what you believe about God. You pray small prayers, you're believing in a small God. Most of us, we pray small prayers. The prayers I listen to often with people I'm praying with: Dear God, thank you for this day. Thank you for this day, thank you for this day. I'm wondering if God's saying, 'You said that for the last 43 years! I understand.' 'God be with us, be with us.' God's like, 'Okay, I promised you I would so I will. I'll never leave you, I'll never for....you can ask for it, but I'm going to do it anyway.' 'Give us traveling mercies today.' Sometimes I think God would probably say, 'Put on your seat belt, drive the speed limit, chances are pretty good you'll make it safe!' 'Ask me something hard! Give me something, give me something that's so big that when it happens everybody's going to know I did it,' say's God! Pray bold prayers! Pray for something big! What you pray for reflects what you believe about God. My Pastor, Pastor Nick Harris was teaching us in a staff Bible study years ago about praying for big things. I went that week after hearing him, full of faith. I went and taught at a youth camp. I was in my early twenties or so and I just taught away. There was this guy that was obviously not believing what I was saying about God. He had his hands in, he was mad, and he was just kind of, an angry vein coming out you know, the whole deal. And afterwards, the kid came up to me and he said, I don't get it, I don't believe it, I'm not buying it and I'm out of here. And he was kind of harsh. I said, Hang on, hang on, hang on! Let's talk! I understand you don't get it, but let's just talk. You're obviously hurting, what's going on? He started opening up and he had a lot of issues with his Dad and all sorts of hurts and I felt like God wanted me to do something to pray for him and I said, Do you mind if I pray for you? And he said, You can pray but it's not going to do any good! Lots of people pray for me, it's not going to do any good! I said, That's fine, do you mind if I pray for you? So, I'm doing a double prayer. I'm about to pray for him and then I'm praying, God, what do I pray? You can do that when you're the pastor, a double prayer! And so, I felt like God wanted me to do something that I've never done before and I've never done this since. It's the only time in my whole life I've ever done this. I looked at this kid and I prayed, God, I ask you right now in the name of Your Son Jesus to reveal Yourself to him now! Okay, for the record, there's very little wiggle room when you pray a prayer like that! There's like no wiggle room and I just prayed and I believed that God wanted to reveal Himself to that kid. I didn't know how, I didn't know what and I just prayed, Reveal Yourself to him now! And when I prayed that, the kid opened up his eyes, God as my witness, and he just started shaking and he said, Oh my gosh! I think God is on me! I think God is on me! God as my witness! And so he's doing that and he starts shaking. So I take a big step back, because I don't know what's about to go down! And this kid, who 20 seconds before didn't believe in God, starts saying, God is on me, God... and he just kind of crumbled and fell to the ground and just started crying out. I knelt down and I put my arm around him and we did fling snot! There was crying and there was praying and when he stood up he was a different man. He was different because someone believed that God could do what God said. Pray bold prayers, pray bold prayers, pray bold prayers, pray bold prayers. You say, Well, what if it doesn't happen? Why do so many people not pray bold prayers? Well, because what you pray for reflects what you believe about God. Some people think, Well, I don't want to be disappointed. I tried before, it didn't work. I don't want to make God look bad! So, we give God these escape clauses, If it be thy will, in Jesus name! I'll tell you, here's where I am and I want you to hear this with all of my heart. I have no fear anytime, anywhere, asking God for anything, because I have seen Him do things that are totally unexplainable in every human terms. Now, does that mean God always does it? No! No! No, not at all! My friend, Pastor Steven Furtick, when he taught our church on his book Sun Stand Still, Joshua prayed and the sun stood still. Well, sometimes you pray for the sun to stand still and the sun sets. Listen, here's where my faith is, my faith is big enough in God that I could ask Him for something and my faith can handle God saying no. My faith can handle God saying no, because He is the Sovereign God, He's in charge, He's in charge. There's a couple in our church named Kevin and Amanda, an amazing couple. Kevin, at the age of 29 had a ruptured brain aneurism, you usually die from that right? He lived. No one in our community would operate on him; there are only two doctors in our country that would, one was in San Francisco. So, he went out for brain surgery. They operated on him and then he spent the next the next month in a ICU. It took him one year to learn to talk, to learn to walk and to learn to eat on his own. He went on to have a very normal, healthy life thank God. But several years later, they found another aneurism. You can only imagine what that did for them. The good news is, they had bold faith and I want them to tell you the rest of the story. Kevin and Amanda: It rocked my world. I didn't think I'd be able to walk my daughter down the isle or see her turn one, or...it rocked my world. I would say our prayers became very bold in the sense that we weren't just praying for Kevin to survive and that God would get him through this; we specifically prayed for healing. I meet with the girls Bible study group and I explained how Kevin had read the Sun Stand Still book and that we were really believing in a miracle. And so I asked them, 'Pray with us for a miracle, pray with us for complete healing; that when we go they won't find it, that it'll be gone.' The anesthesiologist goes, 'You're going to feel something tingly here.' And I'm like, 'It's alright, there's surgeries everyday, you're putting me out. You know, I understand.' Then I said, 'Real quick Doctor,' and this is crazy but I did it. And I said, 'I don't know what you believe about God, and really now I don't care, I'm not here to give you a sermon or anything. But I want you to know that I believe when you go in that my God has healed me and you will find nothing,' and I was out. Two doctors come through the door and look at me and they say, 'Is this your family?' And I said, 'No this isn't my family.' And they said, 'Oh, we can go somewhere private to talk.' And I said, 'No, it's okay, it's alright.' And so, they came in and for all of these other people to hear, they looked at me and said, 'It's gone!' And they said, 'In 24 years, we've never seen anything like this. It's completely gone!' And I'm just in shock, but at the same time just wanting to jump through the roof because I'm like, He did it! My God did it! He did it! He showed up and He showed off for all of the world to see! And I was still kind of in shock and I put my hand on his shoulder and he said, 'If you believe in God then I would call this a miracle!' Craig Groeschel: So, what we're going to do today at all of our Life Churches, at the end of the service, and at our 200 or so Network Churches, is we're going to give you the chance to pray for miracles. We are going to ask God boldly, and when God answers our prayers, we're going to tell everybody, God showed up and God showed off! And He's going to get all of the glory. If God doesn't answer it the way we think He should, God is still God and that doesn't shake our faith because we believe He is the Sovereign Creator of the universe and we are going to pray bold prayers because what we pray for reflects what we believe about our good God. Father, we ask that in Your presence You would stir us to real deep and growing faith in You. All of our churches today as you're praying, those of you that would be honest and say, You know, I kind of pray smaller prayers, or more self-centered prayers and I really want to pray some bold prayers. I want to believe God for big things, I want what I pray for to reflect what I believe about God and I want to believe that God is All-powerful, Ever-present, All-knowing; that all things are possible with my God, I want to pray bold prayers and make a bold difference. If that's you today, all of our churches, would you just lift up your hands right now, just in an act of faith before God. Man, thank you for hands everywhere God. I pray that You would stir up this church God, that we wouldn't be Christian in name, but we would be full on with faith that all things are possible with You. God, that we would pray for boldness and You would make us bold for the glory of Your Son Jesus and God, we pray for miracles. I just pray today, that as thousands of people from churches around the world would gather at the end of this service, that God You would hear the cries of Your people and there would be so many examples God of You doing a miracle just like in Kevin's life God, and we would see You and it would be undeniable, that God You showed up and You showed off, and You will get all the glory as you answer our bold prayers. As you keep praying today at all of our churches, some of you, you're going to pray the boldest prayer you've prayed to date. And it's going to be in response to the boldest act of love in the history of the world. The boldest act of love is our good God did something for us that we didn't deserve and couldn't do for ourselves, but He sent His Son Jesus, who was without sin to die on the cross and be raised from the dead so that anyone who calls on the name of the Lord would be saved. Our problem is that our sin separates us from a Holy God, but as you cry out on the name of Jesus, Scripture says that He will hear your prayer, He will forgive your sins, He will make you brand new and that's why some of you are here today. But I'm not going to let you just pray a self-centered prayer; Jesus save me, keep me out of hell. I'm going to push you to pray even more, a God-centered prayer that you would say, Don't just be my Savior, but be the Lord of my life in every way. I won't be just a cultural Christian who believes in You, but I want to be a fully-devoted, fully-surrendered, follower of Your Son Jesus Christ. At all of our churches, there are those of you, you know this is your moment to surrender wholly and completely to God, Save me, I am a sinner, I need changing, heal me, make me new! Don't just save me, but be first in every way. I wholly and completely surrender my life to You, I give it all to You for Your glory. At all of our churches, those of you who would say, That's me, take my life, I give it to you. Jesus, make me new, I give it to you. Would you lift your hands high right now! Lift them up high, leave them up if you will. ChurchOnline, click below me. All three of you all right here, ma'am right here, sir right here; praise God for you! Others of you, right back over here, praise God ma'am right there. Others, lift your hands high. Let me just look at you, I want to see you! Right over here sir, and right back over here, praise God for you. Others, Jesus take every bit of my life, transform me, I give it completely to you, be the Savior and the Lord of my life. Churches all of you, pray aloud together if you will. Just pray, Heavenly Father, save me from my sins, make me new. My life is not my own, I give it to you as you gave Jesus to me. Fill me with your Spirit so I could serve you always. Make me bold, I give my life to you. Thank you for giving new life to me. All of our churches, would you take a moment, would you get loud, would you get bold, would you worship God? Would you welcome those today born into God's family!

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