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God is Good!

This week, we celebrated our ROAR! Summer Day Camp by reviewing each day and see how through all of life’s highs and lows, God is good! The children who came to Summer Day Camp learned each of these verses and stories over the past week, and so this week it is your turn. Let’s take each day and remember: God is Good!
It is said that our hindsight is 20-20. For the first part of this week, we will work through the ROAR! Daily Bible points create a timeline of your own life, to see how God is always working, and always good.



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CREED: Who Was Conceived By the Holy Spirit and Born of the Virgin Mary

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Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord

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CREED: God the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and Earth

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The Creed

The Apostles Creed is one of the oldest creeds in the Christian tradition. The earliest known mention of this creed came in 390AD in a letter by Ambrose to Pope Siriicus. We mentioned Sunday how the creed allows us to look back on that historical context and celebrate with generations past. We also saw that the creed can help us look at the now. We live in a culture which says ‘believe what you want to believe, there is not absolute truth’. But the creed helps us push against that narrative and claim what we believe boldly. Finally, the words of the creed give us hope for the future to look ahead knowing that God is at work in our world, and the really cool part is- we have a part to play as kingdom builders. And the words of the creed help us to communicate that future hope to those around us. As you read through the scripture texts this week see the pattern of looking back, looking at the now and looking ahead.



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Life After 50!

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Ascension

Jesus’ ascension into heaven proved that his sacrifice on the cross for us, really truly was perfect. All glory, authority, and power was returned to Jesus, who is now seated at His Father’s right hand. It is encouraging for us to know that Jesus physical body, our very flesh and blood, is in heaven. Jesus promises to return to bring us to where He is!

Three important things to consider: 1. Christ’s ascendancy. Jesus rules on the Father’s behalf. We observe something similar with Joseph, when he served under Pharaoh. For us, this requires us to acknowledge Jesus’ lordship over every aspect of creation, over us! 2. Christ’s Spiritual Omnipresence. Jesus is available to everyone, anywhere. He is attentive to our prayers, and he knows, he really knows what life is like, bad and good. 3 Christ’s heavenly ministry. Jesus, our reigning Lord, intercedes for us with the Father, he continually pleads on our behalf and serves us as our advocate. Jesus, together with God the Father, sends God the Holy Spirit so that we can continue to do the work the Father sent him to do. We will do even greater things than he did—because the Holy Spirit works in and through all of us!



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Serve the Lord

Jesus commands us to love one another. We accomplish this by serving one another. But, sometimes it’s hard. Sometimes people aren’t as they ought to be. Sometimes it’s hard just to follow Christ. It seems like we can easily go from spiritual highs to spiritual lows. Is there a way to gain some consistency?



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Wait For Each Other

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