Guard Your Heart

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Sermon Notes

Hebrews 12:15, Matthew 12: 22-28; Proverbs 14:30, James 3:14-15; Ephesians 4:31-32; 1 Corinthians 13:4-8
– We get offended far too often.
– Taking an offense causes division,
– If the poison is inside of us, it hurts us more than the other person.
– The enemy tries his best to use bitterness, envy and jealousy,
– God wants us to be together.
– The struggle cannot be won alone.
– The devil is trying to poison our soul- our mind, body and emotions to cause division.
– The more we walk in love, the less we will be offended.
– Love compels us to do something we don’t feel like doing.
– Bitterness and resentment is self defeating.
– Bitterness and resentment can aggravate and cause physical ailments
– Bitterness gets in and relationships will suffer.
– No one can have peace with bitterness in their heart.
– Envy, jealousy and wrath is like rottenness to the bones.
– There needs to be a new you coming out of this pandemic.
– We need to get rid of all bitterness, rage, anger and every form of malice.
– Love does not keep a record of wrongs.
– If we truly have the love of Jesus in our heart, we will not let bitterness take hold.