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Is there an activity or hobby that you have wished you could get involved with but didn’t think you had the time or any good reason? Or, are you already totally involved in something you really enjoy but you get heat for how much time you spend with it – heat from someone else or yourself? Stick with me and you may have more than permission to do it by the end of this sermon.
Jesus loves to change the plot of our lives. Many times through history Jesus has changed the story of our lives for the better. He is the central character and director of the “kingdom story”. This week, through studying the story of Ananias we see how we are also main characters who He loves to use to bring about His purposes and plot changes.
God changed his mind to save humanity after the flood. How are we called to change in the season of Lent as we prepare for Christ's passion and resurrection?
Today's world is a world of change. Things are constantly changing around us. Some for the good and some for the bad. Change, however, is constant. Today Pastor Wood looks at three constants even in the face of our ever changing world. First, God's power to save has not changed. Second, God's ability to hear and answer prayer has not changed. Finally, the destructiveness of sin in our lives has not changed. Our God continues to be a Holy God.
The Word of God has real power for real change in your life.
The mission of the church, dealing with change, and receiving the gift of God.
In Acts 9 we read the story of Saul's conversion. He is floored by Christ and gets up a new man. God can reach into the darkest hearts, and this is a message of hope for all.