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God has comforted us in Christ so that we would be a church of comfort in a broken world. Text: 2 Corinthians 13:11-14

Justin and Scott expand on Sunday's sermon by asking questions regarding our weaknesses like, "How do we remain content in our weaknesses without being defeated by them?"

Comfort in unrelenting weakness is not found in a guarantee that it will be removed in this life or that we will overcome it with strength. Comfort is in the promise of Christ's sustaining grace and his power in our weakness. Text: 2 Corinthians 12:1-10

Listen to Justin and Scott talk about our comfort in generosity. How do we keep the generosity of God at the forefront of our mind? What are some dangers of not being motivated by God's generosity?

The generosity of Jesus Christ is the heart of the gospel. The generosity of Christians is the heart of discipleship. We are comforted by the inexpressible gift of salvation which Jesus gives to us, and we comfort others through our gifts to them. Text: 2...

Justin, Jason & Jeff discuss Sunday's sermon on reconciliation and how Jesus reconciling us to himself helps us in our relationships with believers and unbelievers.

Our reconciliation to God through Christ transforms us and commissions us. Text: 2 Corinthians 5:16-6:1

Justin, Jeff & Scott talk about what it means to have comfort in our physical bodies from 2 Corinthians 4. Scott tackles questions like, "How does remembering that God came to Earth in a physical body affect how we view the importance of our bodies?"

Do not lose heart over the declining nature of the body. God chooses to do great things through weak bodies. Text: 2 Corinthians 4

Scott, Jeff & Justin discuss repentance by asking the questions, "Why are we afraid of this word?" "What is the difference between godly sorrow and worldly sorrow?" and "What are some ways we shouldn't be thinking about repentance?"

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