What Do You Value? - Win the Day


What Do You Value?


Air Date: 2/17/22 - What motivates your treatment of people? Is it how they look? Is it what they believe? What should motivate you? Join Pastor Nat for the answer.


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2 months ago
5 months ago ( updated 5 months ago )
Heavenly father help us not to judge others until be have walked in to their shoe. Amen.
5 months ago
Lord Jesus, I confess that I have not applied Your perfect law of love and justice to everyone, equally. Have mercy on me for displaying partiality with respect to people based on outward signs. Help me to value Your children based on our common bond in You as our Lord and Saviour.
5 months ago
It has always meant as Jesus did, to see, believe and Love others as He Loves us.
5 months ago
I need to forgive others who looked down on me because I was poorly dressed. They didn't know my circumstances and literally blocked me from entering the church one Sunday morning as I walked up. It's too long of a story but I have never forgotten the humiliation and pain on that morning. Eventually I went in but it felt wrong and I never returned. This was in our nation's capital. Talk about irony! But that experience has served to make me sensitive to others who may not dress nice but have come out to seek God. Thank you pastor Nat for your transparency and such a good word. God bless you and your family
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5 months ago
I am sorry. My uncle Steve experienced something similar years ago. He came to church in overalls. That's what he had so he went but was told to come back when he put on a suit. Tragic. Tradition is not doctrine. We must remember that as pastors but we also must forgive as Christ forgave.
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