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May 5, 2024


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- Lot lingered when leaving Sodom, we sometimes linger when God speaks to us (Genesis 19:16)

- Lot's wife looked back and got stuck in the past (Genesis 19:26)

- We can get stuck longing for the past or past health (Luke 17:32)

- Focus on unseen eternal things, not temporary visible things (2 Corinthians 4:16-5:1)

- Forgive and move on from past hurts and trials (Colossians 3:1-10)

- Put off earthly things, don't get stuck (Colossians 3:8)


**Key Points:**

1. **Introduction:**

   - Acknowledging fatigue and exhaustion in life, both physically and emotionally.

   - Drawing inspiration from blended voices in harmony.

2. **Scripture Reference:** Matthew 11:28

   - Jesus' invitation to find rest for the weary.

3. **Reflections on Lot's Wife:**

   - Examining Genesis 19 and Luke 17.

   - Lot's hesitation and his wife's fate for looking back.

   - Reflecting on personal experiences of feeling stuck or longing for the past.

4. **Personal Testimony:**

   - Sharing struggles with health and the desire to return to previous states.

   - Realization that God's plan is for moving forward, not backward.

5. **Scripture Reference:** 2 Corinthians 4:16-18; 5:1

   - Encouragement to focus on eternal matters rather than temporal ones.

   - Emphasizing renewal and transformation in Christ.

6. **Scripture Reference:** Colossians 3:1-10

   - Instruction to set minds on heavenly things and let go of earthly attachments.

   - Warning against being consumed by visible, tangible aspects of life.

7. **Conclusion:**

   - Urging listeners to put off things that keep them stuck and focus on heavenly realities.

   - Highlighting the importance of pursuing God's peace and purpose.

**Scripture References:**

- Genesis 19:16-17, 22, 26

- Luke 17:28-32

- 2 Corinthians 4:16-18, 5:1

- Colossians 3:1-10