Live a Life Without Regret

Live a Life Without Regret

Teaching a teenager how to drive is an adventure. Sitting in the passenger seat as they learn to handle a car is nerve-wracking. One of the most challenging maneuvers is the u-turn. Turning the car so it can go in the opposite direction with oncoming traffic is challenging. Did you know that the term repentance means to do a u-turn and go in the opposite direction? Paul wants you to live a life without regret.

‭‭2 CORINTHIANS‬ ‭7:10‬

“For the sorrow that is according to the will of God produces a repentance without regret, leading to salvation, but the sorrow of the world produces death.”

Paul was dealing with some people who had a hard time admitting they were wrong. They took more pride in their liberty than feeling sorry for what they did. Paul gives us some keys to identify if you are truly repentant of your sins in the passage. First, you should feel remorse for what you did. Feeling sorrow, or sorry, is a byproduct of the Holy Spirit working in your heart. It’s responding to the conviction that what you’ve done is wrong.

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Which Will You Choose?

Which Will You Choose?

The phrase “You can’t have your cake and eat it too” means that you have to make a choice. You can either enjoy the cake by eating it or sit there and look at it, but you can’t have both. Most cakes were beautiful decorations when this phrase came about. Some Christians want to have their cake and eat it too. They want to worship the Lord but avoid any criticism that comes from following Jesus. Which one will you choose?

‭‭PSALMS‬ ‭69:9

“For zeal for Your house has consumed me, and the reproaches of those who reproach You have fallen on me.”

The Psalmist tells the Lord that his desire to worship has consumed him. He uses the word zeal, which means “to become excited or even heated.” Another way to describe it is that it is all you think about. The Psalmist wanted to be in the house of the Lord, and it was all he could think about. He also realizes that because of that zeal, the attacks launched against the Lord are now falling on him. There is a cost in worshipping the Lord.

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Avoid This at All Costs

Avoid This at All Costs

The courts are full of lawsuits between business partners over breach of contract and other issues that could’ve been avoided at the beginning if Christians would’ve heeded this advice from the beginning, “don’t be bound with unbelievers.” Whether in business or relationships, that principle rings true. When you are in a partnership with an unbeliever, it is like combining light with darkness. Avoid this at all costs.

‭‭2 CORINTHIANS‬ ‭6:14

“Do not be bound together with unbelievers; for what partnership have righteousness and lawlessness, or what fellowship has light with darkness?”

To be bound with someone is akin to two people being tied together by a rope. You’re stuck and can’t get out. When you enter into a contract with an unbeliever, you ask for all kinds of problems because you don’t have the same value system. I’ve seen wives in tears as a husband they love defiantly opposes Biblical values, and I’ve seen wealthy people in business lose much of their wealth in legal battles trying to get out of a business partnership. Avoid this at all costs.

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You Can’t Ask for a Better Trade

You Can’t Ask for a Better Trade

When I was young, I collected Baseball cards. By the time I was twelve, I had amassed quite a collection. I met an older gentleman who wanted to trade with me. Trading cards with my friends was pretty standard, but I thought it was odd that he sought me out. I tentatively agreed. When we met, he went through all of my cards and picked out the ten or so cards. He then proposed a trade. Those ten cards for a whole stack of his. He kept saying, “Can’t ask for a better trade.” I turned him down because the ten or so cards he wanted of mine were ten times more valuable than his.

‭‭2 CORINTHIANS‬ ‭5:21

“He made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, so that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.”

Jesus makes a trade that you can’t refuse. All of your sin for all of his righteousness. Your worst for His best, and it doesn’t cost you a thing. You can’t ask for a better trade. God made His Son Jesus, who had never sinned, to take all of ours upon himself on the cross. In exchange, you get everything right with Jesus. This shows you how amazing the grace of Jesus is and how much God loved the World.

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One Thing Every Believer Needs

One Thing Every Believer Needs

It’s a pretty well-known fact that men do not like to ask for directions. They prefer to figure things out themselves and don’t want to look dumb by admitting they are lost. The same can be true of Christians. They like to figure things out and consider it a weakness when they ask God for help. Today, Paul shows us one thing every believer needs to navigate life and ensure that we don’t get lost.

‭‭2 CORINTHIANS‬ ‭5:6-7

So we are always of good courage. We know that while we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord, 7 for we walk by faith, not by sight.

When Paul talks about “being at home in the body,” he is referring to us living on the earth. While we are alive here we are away from the Lord. Until this body passes away, we will be physically separated from Jesus. To live here on earth, we need to walk by faith and not by what we see. We have to trust God’s Word and rely upon the leading of the Holy Spirit until we are in the physical presence of Jesus Christ.

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I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. Ephesians 4:1-3

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Chuck Musselwhite
Lead Pastor of The Village Chapel

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