Flip It

Two sets of church notes two days in a row! This post is my notes from this past weekend.


We began worship with “God of the Promise”, followed by “Who You Say I Am” by Hillsong Worship and a baptism.  Then a new Elevation Worship song was introduced, “Love Won’t Give Up”.  We sang one of my favorite songs,  “King of My Heart” and finished up with “No Longer Slaves“.

We started a new sermon series for the new year, Flip the Flow.  The first series of the year are always my favorite.

My notes read:

  • Matthew 15:10-19
  • Where something comes out is not usually where it comes from.
  • Offense, origin, outcome
  • Are we going to spend this year living out of tradition or living according to truth?
  • Sometimes we are living out scripts that we don’t even know the author of.
  • This year I’m not letting my truth flow from tradition, I’m letting my traditions flow from truth.
  • Are we using God as a cover-up for our dysfunctional behavior?
  • People are talking about truth, but God embodies truth.
  • God’s insight is greater than people’s opinions.
  • Start with what God says, not with what you see.
  • Don’t just fix things on the surface, go deep!
  • Where it comes from determines where it comes out; out of the heart, the mouth speaks.
  • Pay attention to the types of thoughts you feed your heart.
  • If I fix it on the surface, I have to sustain it on my own strength.

We ended with a reprise of “King of My Heart“.

You can watch the message here (which I highly recommend!):




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