Covid numbers increasing, political battles continuing to roil, future expectations making many nervous . . . leaves more questions than answers. But Who is in control when everything is upside-down? This message reminds us what our priorities should be: God, His glory; and the souls of those who don't know Him.
In every person's life there are things that cause us to question "Why did God let that happen?" In today's message, Pastor David addresses those things we don't understand, searching for answers when circumstances don't seem to make sense. Find comfort in knowing that even in the midst of bad things, God is still worthy of our trust.
Believers are called to be faithful, dependable, dedicated, and steadfast. Too often, we find ourselves being anything but those traits because we get caught up in other things instead of serving the Lord. IN 2 Timothy 2:1-13, Paul encouraged Timothy, and us, to follow the examples of faithful as we follow the Lord in faith.
Our lives as believers are to be lived in two directions: Love God, and love others. Jesus commanded it, and also declared that we should follow His example.
How well you love is a good measure of how well you live. But know this, God didn't just command us to love, He loved first, and sent Jesus to show what love looks like.
Do you look at the problems or the problem Solver? Do you find yourself drowning in worry when God has given us the chance to rest in Him in order to find peace? This message uses Isaiah 26:3 and Mark 6 to demonstrate how God is asking us to trust Him in the storms of life in order to find perfect peace.
How do you handle it when you have to wait . . . when things don't go your way . . . or when times are tough? In all these things, God can be working on the spiritual quality of patience in your life. Pastor David looks at what the Scripture has to say about trusting God when things try your patience.
Starting a new sermon series on how our theology affects "real life," we begin with the subject of worship. What you do is based on what you believe. Does what you believe about God affect the way you celebrate Him in praise, or change the way you live? This sermon will challenge you to make worship a part of every decision.