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Do you ever grow tired of doing the right thing? Are you tempted to give up? In the Book of Galatians, The Apostle Paul encourages our hearts and teaches us how to reap a great harvest. In this message, Pastor Jeremy shows two ways we can reap: by not growing weary and not giving up!
We are called to be faithful servants. In our unfaithfulness Christ comes to serve us. Christ in us makes us faithful servants of our Servant God.
Pastor Alix preaches about those of whom God is not ashamed. Are you among them?
We live in a world that professes MANY truths. Yet.......when philosophies and beliefs contradict one another, they cannot all be true. Even in the church, there are many disputes about truth. How can we deal with such things?
Rachel and Leah had to make a choice regarding whether to remain with Jacob or stay with their father, Laban. It was a physical demonstration of the spiritual reality of our need to know where the true church is and to remain with it. So how can we tell who God is with and through whom he is ministering his covenant blessing. They are the one's who receive God's word in order to pursue God's will and way, and who choose suffering with God's people.
In this passage of Luke, we are reminded that tomorrow is never promised to us, and that we should be living our lives accordingly. Christ commands us to be ready stewards, demonstrating our wise obedience to Him and His work for us on this earth. He never promises that this obedience will be easy for us, rather, it may cost us a great many sacrifices in this life.
We serve an amazing God who always has his people on his mind because he cares for us. Our God is True, Faithful, Righteous and Just. We have a place to run, we have a place to hide. God Keeps His Promises.
How to know if you are devoted to Jesus or just going through the motions.
Because of what Christ has done those who know Him have been given the privilege of a new relationship with God. We are also called to a new kind of relationship with other believers. What does if mean to provoke each other in a positive manner.
For the last 7 weeks, we have considered this subject “I Need a Miracle.” Our definition for a miracle is “those things that can only be described by the phrase, ‘God did it.’” There are seven such miracles in the Gospel of John that are intentionally used by the Spirit of God through this Gospel writer to prove that Jesus is who He said He was. We have looked at each one—Water into wine, Healing of a nobleman’s son, Healing of a man at the Pool of Bethesda, Feeding the 5,000, Walking on the water in the midst of a storm, Healing a blind man, and today Raising Lazarus from the dead. Seven weeks ago I asked you to write down something that you are praying about. I am praying for these miracles and will not stop. So, even though the sermon series is ending, we are not stopping to trust God with these things that only He can do. In fact, this morning’s message reminds us that sometimes God calls on us to wait. Are we willing to wait on God so that He might do something greater?