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Dr. Jim Mann - 07/12/2020

Back to the Future

How do we define ourselves personally? By our mistakes? Past defeats? When we do, I think we’re doing it incorrectly. We all have a past, but we also have an exciting future in front of us.We take note from history – our history in this book. Psalm 132 reminds AND gives hope. It keeps us from a religion that is ignorant of the ways of God. It keeps us from a religion that is fearful and scared of the future. It guards us from falling into heretical doctrines and silly superstitions.When we connect with our history, it gives us a stability and a strong sense of continuity. But it isn’t boring! It gives us a strong sense of exploration into the future!

Scripture References: Psalms 132:1-18

From Series: "On the Road"

The Bible begins with a journey. “By faith Abraham…set out for a place that he was going to receive as an inheritance. He went out, even though he did not know where he was going. By faith he stayed as a foreigner in the land of promise, living in tent…he was looking forward to the city that has foundations, whose architect and builder is God.” (Hebrews 11:8–10, CSB)Abraham never found the place for which his heart longed and his soul yearned while he was alive.Life is a journey. Each oasis we find in the desert ultimately fails to satisfy. We live in tents…but the city we desire remains just out of reach.We’ll going to look at the Psalms in order to investigate what we need to reach that city.

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