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THINK POSSIBLE | "With God all things are possible." | John 15:5-8

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February message series : “Think Possible” with key scripture Matthew 19:23-26
- As Christians, how are we to think? and what influences our thinking? our circumstances, our world-view and our relationship with God.
In Genesis 18:1-14 we learned to make Christ feel at home as Abraham hurried to make his three guest feel at home- Communion/fellowship with Christ
-Centered our thinking on what God can do not looking within ourselves.
LAST SUNDAY- Romans 12:1-5
In Romans 12:1-5 Paul writing to the Christians in Rome: Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think.
Think Possible means willingly yielding our minds or bodies to Christ and surrendering our will through prayer and obedience.

Series Conclusion

For the few minutes we have, let us turn our attention to what Jesus said about the subject: “THINK POSSIBLE” because All are possible with God, we can do all things through Christ the strengthen us.

How Can Things Become Possible?

John 15:5–8 CSB
5 I am the vine; you are the branches. The one who remains in me and I in him produces much fruit, because you can do nothing without me. 6 If anyone does not remain in me, he is thrown aside like a branch and he withers. They gather them, throw them into the fire, and they are burned. 7 If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you want and it will be done for you. 8 My Father is glorified by this: that you produce much fruit and prove to be my disciples.
Jesus addressing the early church(the disciples), says: I AM THE VINE YOUR ARE THE BRANCHES
The symbolism of vine and branches represents the church and Christ relationship.


Jesus Christ is the incarnate Word of God, the Creator and Savior of the world, the founder of Christianity, and the sinless exemplar of its principles and practices.
The disciples were a small sample of the globe church today. The branch is every person who professes to be a disciple of Christ.


The purpose of the branch is to display the beauty of the vine ( the fruit, the work or the produce. In Gal. 5:22 the Apostle Paul list the fruit of Spirit- the produce and habits of those in whom the Spirit dwells.


To think possible throughout our lives, regardless of what’s happening in the world and our lives is not how we feel, but who we are connected to.
It is said “Whoever get your attention, gives you direction”
Jesus says to us, REMAIN IN ME. The word remain | abide | stay or hold.
-How to remain in Christ?
First, accept Jesus Christ as your savior
Second, persevere in believing - through faith
To remain in Christ we must not be hearer only but must dwell- mediating or internalizing the word of God and applying it to your circumstance.


If you and I want to pleased God, lets be those branches to are connected to Christ, Christ can can great work through if we hold on to him. We can bear fruit, that please God.
Jesus says when we produce much fruit, we are His true disciples. This brings great glory to God the Father our Lord Jesus Christ.
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