These nuggets of wisdom are the last I’ll share from sermons I heard in 2011. I hope you’ve been challenged and blessed as you’ve read them.

  • We’re called to the impossible. The Christian life is a journey into the impossible.
  • The presence of God carries wisdom and direction (i.e., it’s not impractical).
  • Wisdom implies preparing properly; being led by the spirit does not trump proper preparation.
  • If you’ve forgotten the language of gratitude, you’ll never be on speaking terms with happiness.
  • Celebrate who a person is without stumbling over who they are not.
  • It’s in our DNA (through the blood of Jesus) to hunger for the supernatural. That hunger is either taught or disappointed out of us. (Don’t let it be!)
  • If it matters to us, it matters to Him.
  • We tend to lower the standard of Scripture to our experience. (Ouch!)
  • Will you lay your Isaac – your dream for the future – on the altar?
  • If we’re in prison, it’s because we’ve traded the Truth for a lie! When we trade the lie for Truth, we walk in freedom.
  • We have a relationship with a God of adventure!

I’m looking forward to all that 2012 offers and am thankful for the ability to learn from other pursuers of God. What did you hear in 2011 that stuck with you throughout the year?

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