Guard Your Heart

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-John 6:59-66, Proverbs 4:23, Ephesians 4:26-27; Matthew 26:6-13, Mark 14:6-7,10-11, John 12: 4-6; Luke 22:1,3-4, Proverbs 19:1; Ecclesiastes 1:21-22, Hebrews 12:12-14
– When we take offense it causes a separation between us and God.
– When we are angry it gives the devil a place that he would not have.
– Offense gives the devil access to our heart.
– Sneaky blessing, whenever we want to we can do the poor good.
– Judas was the ringleader. He was the one Jesus had rebuked.
– When Judas got mad, satan entered into his heart.
– Allowing yourself to become offended, disconnects your heart from Jesus.
– It’s the person that can overlook an offense that is godly.
– Overlooking an offense makes you look good in the sight of God.
– If we hear too closely we may hear what we don’t need to hear.
– Offended people not only don’t walk with Jesus, they betray Him.
– When we get offended by what someone said or did, bitterness can take root.
– We have to be at peace with each other
– Guard your heart from taking offense.
– when we get offended we don’t value
Jesus, His teachings.