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Hey friend! Below you’ll find my sermon notes for Pastor Tim Somers’ message titled All I Do Is Wind. This sermon was given July 4, 2021 at Elevation Church.
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Please note that these are not my own words – simply the notes I took while Pastor Tim was speaking. Context is necessary – click here to watch All I Do Is Wind on YouTube. I’ve also linked the Bible verses so you can click those to read.
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Sermon Notes : All I Do Is Wind
- Jonah 1-4
- Have you paid to run away from God?
- Your maturity in the Lord is how fast you will obey God.
- The best place in life is when your wants line up with God’s wants.
- Jonah’s journey sometimes might be more relatable.
- How do you perceive and talk about yourself?
- You might be the square root of your problem – even though Jesus is the answer.
- It won’t always be what you like, or want.
- If you don’t know where you’re going, there will be people who will gladly take you where they are going.
- Desperation can lead to determination.
- When you get grateful, you get faithful and when you get faithful you get fruitful.
- What you are facing may be a setup for a step up.
- If God delivered us, but never disciplined us then we would never learn.
- The greater the anointing, the greater the attack.
- Opportunities are directions back to the assignment God first gave you.
- The temperature can impact your tolerance.
- Opportunities are not bad, but disobedience is.
- We tend to overlook an assignment and overpay for an opportunity.
- God gives us all kinds of opportunities to lead us back to his assignment for us.
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