June 27, 2021

I am Fully Free

Series:
Bible Text: Psalm 139:16-24 |

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As we open the word together, we’ll finish up Psalm 139. We are set to hear the second message declaring this word – I am fully free. The basis for our freedom as worshippers is God’s complete knowledge of who we are and his acceptance of us through Jesus Christ. In this freedom we can further contemplate our relationship with God and pursue his will for our lives without apology. We gain stunning confidence as we are reassured that God continues to know and lead us through every day of our lives. The best way to get ready for this message is to read through Psalm 139 and pray that you would hear from God. 

Sermon Notes

Search Me, O God:
I am Fully Free
Pastor Dwayne Francois
June 27, 2021
Psalm 139:16-24

I’m a fully free worshipper when I…

…think deeply about God (Psalm 139:17-18)

"One central goal of a Christian education is a breadth of vision that, in a very pale way, corresponds to and celebrates the extraordinary variety of God's creative acts. In modern education, it is the distinctive function of the liberal arts to promote that synoptic vision. The pursuit of the liberal arts, thus, ought to be an act of piety for the Christian, a celebration of God's overflowing bounty in creation. And it also follows that the liberal arts must include representatives of the entire range of disciplines, professional and non-professional. The content of the liberal arts curriculum most not be determined solely by the practical demands of preparing to earn a living; rather the curriculum must also reflect the theological commitments of the Christian faith." - Stephen T. Franklin

…hate what he hates and love what he loves (Psalm 139:19-22)

1 John 4:7-8
Proverbs 6:16

…open my heart to him completely (Psalm 139:23-24)

Philippians 2:13
2 Corinthians 3:17
2 Corinthians 13:5