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Joshua took 12 stones and built a memorial so that generations forever would remember the power of God. This annual report, tucked inside a biblical look at Joshua 4, helps build our sense of awe as well as increase our expectation for a God-filled future.
You reap what you sow. Plain and simple. And these principles apply to every category of your life: relationships, character development, careers, finances... This survey of scriptural truths on reaping a harvest in your life will help you understand your circumstances better, as well as create your future blessings.
Have you seen any miracles lately? Would you like to? What would a miracle look like in your life? I firmly believe that God is willing and able to perform miracles in our lives. I’m not talking about your televangelist variety of miracle, but genuine, undeniable, only-God-could-do-that kind of miracle. A look at perhaps Jesus’ most famous miracle, the feeding of the 5,000, provides the backdrop for us to discover how we too can prepare for a miracle.
How would you describe your faith? Or perhaps a better question: How would God describe your faith? Only once in Scripture does Jesus commend stand-out faith. This message examines what it takes to grow a confidence in God through a life of action.
We’re finishing our Back to School series today with a topic that can get a little messy. Temptations. Every human in the world struggles with temptations. And we’re going to see today that even Jesus encountered a very trying time with temptations. It’s a passage of scripture that we can look to for guidance, instruction, but most importantly, encouragement.