JR. Forasteros - January 6, 2013

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First Things First

New Year's Resolutions are a ritual that seem to set us up for failure. We laugh at our inability to keep them, to actually improve our lives in significant, meaningful ways. Genesis 1 demonstrates that if we want our lives to have meaning, we must live according to the Order, the Way God set up for us. This order is available to us again in the wake of Jesus' death and resurrection!

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We ended 2012 in the Revelation, exploring how Jesus' coming into our lives is the End of the World as we know it. But if Jesus' coming is the End, it's also a new beginning. Jesus' death and resurrection reconnect us with God, open up a world that has been lost to us since Sin entered into the world. So to kick off 2013, we're going to dive into Genesis 1-2. We'll explore God's original intentions for the world, and the implications for our new life in Jesus. After all, in the new year, it's good to get the First Things First!

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We ended 2012 in the Revelation, exploring how Jesus’ coming into our lives is the End of the World as we know it. But if Jesus’ coming is the End, it’s also a new beginning. Jesus’ death and resurrection reconnect us with God, open up a world that has been lost to us since Sin entered into the world. So to kick off 2013, we’re going to dive into Genesis 1-2. We’ll explore God’s original intentions for the world, and the implications for our new life in Jesus. After all, in the new year, it’s good to get the First Things First!

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