This week Gary continues his teaching with the seventh man—Jesus. The final man for each of us; the only one who can truly satisfy. Live for the seventh man.
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If you’re interested in quick encouragements, then you will enjoy our 86 Seconds videos. Each one is a mini-devotional from Gary Wilkerson as he points out simple but profound truths in scripture that can change the way we approach each day. These reminders of the Word’s power will help you live as salt and light to the world.
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In today's video, Gary begins a short series and starts with defining the roles of the first man, sixth man and twelfth man. We'll learn a little about each now and in next week's video, tie them together.
Are you facing a storm in your life? Sometimes God will calm the storm but other times the storm will linger for a long period of time. You can have confidence that Jesus is with you in the storm and he is building your faith through it.
Have you lost your passion, vision, and/or hope in life? Sometimes the axehead falls off and to regain focus, we must ask God to call it back up for us.
Are there circumstances in your life right now that are concerning? No matter what happens, you have no need to fear. God will never abandon you or fail you!
Are you facing struggles or difficulties in your life? Often we run from such experiences but in fact, they are the very things that will strengthen you.
Healing the wounded heart is often a process rather than an instant transformation. Don't give up on overcoming your strongholds! Keep getting back up, find accountability, and cry out to Jesus for deliverance.
When you build your life from a core wound, oftentimes addiction manifests in some form. You may try to stop the destructive behavior but until that core wound finds healing, the addiction will likely continue. To clean up the outside the inside must be cleaned up first. Jesus wants to heal your core wound—to clean the inside of the cup—and from that healing bring freedom.
Jesus wants your false construct—the life you've built from a core wound—to come down. You're going to have to release the pain to God and allow him to bring healing to your wound. Only then can you truly build your life on the Rock.
Last week, Gary talked about the danger of building your house on a false construct, or your core wound. Today, he shares a life that lasts is built on the rock, and that this foundation is found in Christ. Just as God was pleased with Jesus before he had done any miraculous or noted deed, he is pleased with those in relationship with them outside of anything they do.