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Hillside Men: 1 Timothy 1:12-20

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In this session, we cover how we as Godly men are to fight with grace, covering how we are to look at ourselves and others in light of the work of Jesus.

In this session, we cover how we as Godly men are to fight with grace, covering how we are to look at ourselves and others in light of the work of Jesus.

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  • 1. The Vision of Hillside Men Transformation > Information
  • 2. RECAP
  • 3. 1 TIMOTHY 1:12-20
  • 4. Strength from Christ
  • 5. PHILIPPIANS 4:13
  • 6. PHILIPPIANS 4:12
  • 7. Jesus provides strength to the weak.
  • 8. And only the weak.
  • 9. I will seek the lost, and I will bring back the strayed, and I will bind up the injured, and I will strengthen the weak, and the fat and the strong I will destroy. I will feed them in justice. Ezekiel 34:16
  • 10. For while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly. Romans 5:8
  • 11. But God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise; God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong. 1 Corinthians 1:27
  • 12. He does not make the strong stronger.
  • 13. Even when we are faithful, our faith comes from Jesus.
  • 14. Formerly.
  • 15. You are not who you were.
  • 16. Paul is not in his position because of any characteristic inherent in Paul. It is because of mercy.
  • 17. Ignorance causes, but does not excuse, unbelief.
  • 18. Grace overflowed from Christ.
  • 19. There’s more grace in Jesus than there is sin in me.
  • 20. The grace of Jesus has covered all of your past wrongs and brokenness.
  • 21. The grace of Jesus has covered all of your future wrongs and brokenness.
  • 22. Jesus died for crimes you haven’t committed yet.
  • 23. Contained in the grace of Jesus are faith & love.
  • 24. There is enough faith, love, & mercy to last a lifetime of lifetimes.
  • 25. It is impossible to exhaust the grace of God.
  • 26. The saying is deserving of full acceptance.
  • 27. God Saves Sinners.
  • 28. I am the foremost.
  • 29. I am the foremost.
  • 30. Would you call yourself the worst sinner to ever live?
  • 31. Paul did.
  • 32. Is your tendency towards self-inspection greater than your tendency towards judgment of others?
  • 33. You underestimate your sin.
  • 34. You underestimate your idols.
  • 35. Repentance is the movement from look at his/her sin to look at my sin.
  • 36. Why We Receive Mercy
  • 37. That others may see Him.
  • 38. Repentance is the movement from look at his/her sin to look at my sin.
  • 39. Revival is the movement from look at my sin to look at His grace.
  • 40. The Charge.
  • 41. Wage the Good Warfare
  • 42. Fight.
  • 43. By rejecting the charge to fight, some have made a shipwreck of their faith.
  • 44. Handed over to Satan.
  • 45. What?
  • 46. A Tale of Two Kingdoms
  • 47. Godly men fight for the King, who welcomes rebels… but will not tolerate betrayal.