Reclaiming Humanity

July 5, 2020 Erwin McManus

Erwin McManus, lead pastor of Mosaic Church in LA, returns with a powerful message gleaned from the ...

Erwin McManus, lead pastor of Mosaic Church in LA, returns with a powerful message gleaned from the four lepers in 2 Kings 7, who were so desperate in the famine that they set out for the enemy land of the Arameans. There are four lessons to be learned: one, we need to find courage in desperation, to move forward realizing we have nothing to lose but everything to gain. Two, the victory that only comes in surrender, when we surrender the famine of our lives and step into God’s abundance. Three, the abundance of favor, recognizing that we are blessed not to hoard, but to bless others. Finally, the generosity of grace, when we share the abundance of grace, joy, encouragement that we have in Jesus with those that most need it in this time. Don’t wait until daylight to share the Good News—people are searching for Jesus, and you are equipped to show them the way.

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Renna Lim

Dear Pastor
I wish I will be inside the cell Group But I don't know who is my cell group I am in I am new to Church I new to city harvest Church.

Diana Choy Suan Sim

Yes, as Pastor Erwin McManus said that we in crysis can/to find God.
See the wildflower by the wayside, see its Creator, see infinity and the answer to the Wuhan universal virus/ problems through God's son , Jesus Christ, our Lord.
God bless the United States of America to bless the world and also with delightful mosaics as these cartoons:
https://youtu.be/2F8GDx7M49k
https://youtu.be/cOvajGTPJ8o
https://youtu.be/REHJ1lz_HLQ
https://youtu.be/t0NRKdPvbZw
https://youtu.be/5tOCNkT_OEs

When people think you a lamb as a lion or vice versa could be life's greatest problem.

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