Much More! (Part 2) by Carol McLeod

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Much More! (Part 2)
Series: Much More!
Carol McLeod

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What a joy to know that we serve the God of the “much more”!

Remember that man of God who came to King Amaziah in

II Chronicles 25?

A man of God appeared out of no where to speak the blessing of the

            Much more in King Amaziah’s life –

The “much more” didn’t come from the man – From the Lord

The Holy Spirit is that man in your life!

The Holy Spirit is here today to remind us of the blessing of the

much more!

He is declaring, “The Lord has much more to give you than all of this!”

This morning – we are going to do a Bible Study that focuses on

            Some familiar, powerful, much more verses in Matthew 6

We are going to wring the truth, the joy, the wisdom and the “much

            more” out of verses that are so familiar to most of you that you

                        Could quote them from memory –

It’s one thing to store God’s Word in your mind –

            It’s quite another thing to hide it in your heart –

Today we are going to hide these much more verses in our heart –

            The impact will be great … truly long-lasting!

So … get your Bibles out … notes for session 2 …

            Pen … Let’s invite the Holy Spirit to teach us …

Matthew 6:25 - “For this reason I say to you …”

O.K. … before we begin to dig into Matthew 6:25 … we have to go back!

We have to find out what Jesus was talking about before this

            So we understand the reason!

Matthew 6:24 – “No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and wealth.”

Oh wow: Jesus is talking about money: the economics of life on earth …

Why do we have to talk about money at a woman’s Bible Study?

            Well … that’s really not what this session is going to be about

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