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Title: The story companionship with god


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The story companionship with god
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  • Matthew 713-14
  • Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the
    gate and broad is the road that leads to
    destruction, and many enter through it. But small
    is the gate and narrow the road that leads to
    life, and only a few find it.

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  • I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • A. Creation (Genesis 11-29).

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • A. Creation (Genesis 11-29).
  • B. Man women were created to have intimate
    fellowship with God (Genesis 38-9).

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • A. Creation (Genesis 11-29).
  • B. Man women were created to have intimate
    fellowship with God (Genesis 38-9).
  • C. The Temptation (Genesis 31-7).

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • C. The Temptation (Genesis 31-7).
  • 1. Why create the tree the serpent?

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • C. The Temptation (Genesis 31-7).
  • 1. Why create the tree the serpent?
  • 2. What was Adams Eves sin?

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • A. Creation (Genesis 11-29).
  • B. Man women were created to have intimate
    fellowship with God (Genesis 38-9).
  • C. The Temptation (Genesis 31-7).
  • D. The Fall (Genesis 322-24).

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • D. The Fall (Genesis 322-24).
  • 1. Sin separates mankind from God.

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • D. The Fall (Genesis 322-24).
  • 1. Sin separates mankind from God.
  • 2. Sin separates man from woman.

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • D. The Fall (Genesis 322-24).
  • 1. Sin separates mankind from God.
  • 2. Sin separates man from woman.
  • 3. Sin separates mankind from his society.

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • D. The Fall (Genesis 322-24).
  • 4. Sin separates mankind from animals.

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • Genesis 91-3
  • Then God blessed Noah and his sons, saying to
    them, Be fruitful and increase in number and
    fill the earth. The fear and dread of you will
    fall upon all the beasts of the earth and all the
    birds of the air, upon every creature that moves
    along the ground, and upon all the fish of the
    sea they are given into your hands. Everything
    that lives and moves will be food for you. Just
    as I gave you the green plants, I now give you
    everything.

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I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin.
  • Separation from God
  • Created a
  • One Way Street!

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  • I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin
  • II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
    the Cross

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II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
the Cross.
  • A. God Became One of Us!
  • Matthew 122-23 - All this took place to fulfill
    what the Lord had said through the prophet The
    virgin will be with child and will give birth to
    a son, and they will call him Immanuelwhich
    means, God with us.

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II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
the Cross.
  • A. God Became One of Us!
  • 1. What holiday do we celebrate because of
    this? Christmas!

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II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
the Cross.
  • A. God Became One of Us!
  • 1. What holiday do we celebrate because of
    this? Christmas!
  • 2. How does this affect the Lords Supper? You
    eat the unleavened bread to remember this!

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II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
the Cross.
  • A. God Became One of Us!
  • B. Then - He went to the Cross!
  • Colossians 213-14 - When you were dead in your
    sins and in the uncircumcision of your sinful
    nature, God made you alive with Christ. He
    forgave us all our sins, having canceled the
    written code, with its regulations, that was
    against us and that stood opposed to us he took
    it away, nailing it to the cross.

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II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
the Cross.
  • A. God Became One of Us!
  • B. Then - He went to the Cross!
  • 1. Why the cross? To show you how horrible
    sin is!

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II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
the Cross.
  • A. God Became One of Us!
  • B. Then - He went to the Cross!
  • 1. Why the cross? To show you how horrible
    sin is!
  • 2. How does this affect the Lords Supper? You
    drink the cup to remember this!

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II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
the Cross.
  • The One Way Street
  • became a
  • Two Way Street
  • at the cross!

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  • I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin
  • II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
    the Cross
  • III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
    Response

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?
  • 1. Faith.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • I Peter 13-5
  • Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus
    Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new
    birth into a living hope through the resurrection
    of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an
    inheritance that can never perish, spoil or
    fadekept in heaven for you, who through faith
    are shielded by Gods power until the coming of
    the salvation that is ready to be revealed in the
    last time.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • I Peter 16-9
  • In this you greatly rejoice, though now for a
    little while you may have had to suffer grief in
    all kinds of trials. These have come so that your
    faithof greater worth than gold, which perishes
    even though refined by firemay be proved genuine
    and may result in praise, glory and honor when
    Jesus Christ is revealed. Though you have not
    seen him, you love him and even though you do
    not see him now, you believe in him and are
    filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy,
    for you are receiving the goal of your faith, the
    salvation of your souls.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?
  • 1. Faith.
  • 2. Repentance.
  • Acts 319 - Repent, then, and turn to God, so
    that your sins may be wiped out, that times of
    refreshing may come from the Lord.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?
  • 1. Faith.
  • 2. Repentance.
  • 3. The Good Confession.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • Romans 109-10 - That if you confess with your
    mouth, Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart
    that God raised him from the dead, you will be
    saved. For it is with your heart that you believe
    and are justified, and it is with your mouth that
    you confess and are saved.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • Romans 109-10 - That if you confess with your
    mouth, Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart
    that God raised him from the dead, you will be
    saved. For it is with your heart that you believe
    and are justified, and it is with your mouth that
    you confess and are saved.
  • I Timothy 612-13 - Fight the good fight of the
    faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you
    were called when you made your good confession in
    the presence of many witnesses. In the sight of
    God, who gives life to everything, and of Christ
    Jesus, who while testifying before Pontius Pilate
    made the good confession.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?
  • 1. Faith.
  • 2. Repentance.
  • 3. The Good Confession.
  • 4. Baptism.
  • I Peter 321 - this water symbolizes baptism that
    now saves you alsonot the removal of dirt from
    the body but the pledge of a good conscience
    toward God.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?
  • B. What is the result?

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?
  • B. What is the result?
  • 1. The promise.
  • Acts 238 - Repent and be baptized, every one of
    you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the
    forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive
    the gift of the Holy Spirit.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?
  • B. What is the result?
  • 1. The promise.

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III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
Response.
  • A. What is the response?
  • B. What is the result?
  • 1. The promise.

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  • I. Companionship Lost Because of Sin
  • II. Companionship was Made Possible Because of
    the Cross
  • III. Companionship Restored Because of Your
    Response
  • IV. Companionship Enhanced Because of the Church

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IV. Companionship Enhanced Because of the Church.
  • A. A genuine conversion will make you weird to
    the world.

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IV. Companionship Enhanced Because of the Church.
  • A. A genuine conversion will make you weird to
    the world.
  • 1. Because you will look at life from a
    different perspective.

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IV. Companionship Enhanced Because of the Church.
  • A. A genuine conversion will make you weird to
    the world.
  • 1. Because you will look at life from a
    different perspective.
  • 2. Because your new lifestyle may start to
    separate you from your former companions.

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IV. Companionship Enhanced Because of the Church.
  • A. A genuine conversion will make you weird to
    the world.
  • B. So - God supplies a support group for you -
    the church!

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IV. Companionship Enhanced Because of the Church.
  • I Thessalonians 59-11 - For God did not appoint
    us to suffer wrath but to receive salvation
    through our Lord Jesus Christ. He died for us so
    that, whether we are awake or asleep, we may live
    together with him. Therefore encourage one
    another and build each other up, just as in fact
    you are doing.
  • Hebrews 1023-25 - Let us hold unswervingly to
    the hope we profess, for he who promised is
    faithful. And let us consider how we may spur one
    another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not
    give up meeting together, as some are in the
    habit of doing, but let us encourage one
    anotherand all the more as you see the Day
    approaching.

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  • The Story!
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  • to do something about it!
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