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God through Christ blesses us. Our lives are blessed through God, all things are possible through Christ. Let this blessing be a great waterfall in our lives. Let us have an understanding that it is not the world who gives us our worth, but God.
This week we finish our series from the Book of Joshua, a book about possessing your promised land, as we explore five practices—or spiritual disciplines, or daily habits, or a mindset—that will enable you to take possession of the promises that God has for your Christianity. This week's message, "The Kingdom We Build" shifts focus to the book of Romans as we discuss what the Kingdom we want to "build" really is.
We're continuing our series from the Book of Joshua, a book about possessing your promised land, as we explore five practices—or spiritual disciplines, or daily habits, or a mindset—that will enable you to take possession of the promises that God has for your Christianity. This week's message, "Kingly Blessings For Kingdom Builders" shifts focus to the book of Matthew as we see God's promises of His presence, power, protection and prosperity.
Too often we try to do this life alone, but when we do we miss many beautiful moments. Yet, God wants us to know that He has something truly wonderful for each of us. And to experience this He invites us to follow alongside Him, to live and work together as His family, and to be a close-knit community who puts Him first.
Series leading up to Easter about what Jesus taught the disciples in the Upper Room. Theme: Great faith brings great blessings.
Pastor Adam brings us the 3rd sermon in the series "What Can I Bring God?" In this lesson Pastor Adam shares with us the '7 Blessings We Experience by Serving Others' We're reminded that the reality is: The Lord doesn't call the equipped; He equips the called.
God is capable and willing to give us blessings beyond our imagination at exactly the right time. In the meantime, work on getting your mindset to a place where you believe that you are worthy of His gifts and be ready, really ready, to receive them.
What gives you your vision in our life. What is the wind in your sails? Why do we gather here today? What are we doing. What is our vision? Could it be that the church lost its vision? That we can't look beyond our own walls? Is the church reclusive and withdrawn from the community we should part of? The same community we should serve and minister to. Is the church our mission field or is our mission field those who have not heard God's Word?