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Shepherd's Grove - Hour of Power with Bobby Schuller

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Feb 27, 2017

Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “The Narrow Road: How To Be Alive” with the message “Let Your Yes Be Yes, and Your No, No” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday February 26, 2017.

 

In this message, Bobby accentuates the importance of honesty and vulnerability by explaining the power of the words "yes" and "no". As human beings, it is not realistic for us to say yes to everything. By saying yes when you mean no, and no when you mean yes, you are lying to yourself and those around you. The reason we lie is because we're not at peace with the truth. Even if it hurts people, in the long run, the truth is always the best choice. For you, and for God.

 

 

Feb 21, 2017

Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “The Narrow Road: How To Be Alive” with the message “Be the Real You, You Don't Have to Prove Anything” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday February 19, 2017.

 

This week Bobby reassures us that, whatever we do, when we do something out of love rather than fear, it will be blessed by God. Allowing ourselves to be vulnerable and open might be difficult, but by doing so out of love, nothing but joy will result from such actions. You don't have to pretend to be someone you're not simply because you're craving acceptance. The most honest acceptance stems from being your true, whole self. You are loved!

Feb 13, 2017

Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “The Narrow Road: How To Be Alive” with the message “Of Course You're Angry, but Let it Go” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday February 12, 2017.

In this message, Bobby takes a moment to address an emotion that has the immediate ability to completely consume us: anger. Like pain, anger means that something is wrong. But how do we best approach this emotion? 

It is not anger that brings sin upon us. Rather, it is the words we say while we are trapped in this negative mindset; we cannot get them back once said aloud. Because of the impact of our words, we are encouraged to use our words more constructively. Speak the truth, and speak it kindly. 

 

 

 

Feb 6, 2017

Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “The Narrow Road: How To Be Alive” with the message "Dealing with Criticism and Competition” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday February 5, 2017.

 

In this message, Bobby harkens upon the Golden Rule of "love thy neighbor" to introduce a new idea: love your critics, love your competitors. By choosing to be merciful, you are proving that you entrust your life in Jesus. Very often, critics can be the best thing in your life, because they keep you grounded. Life is too good to hold a grudge, so love your enemies. 

 

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