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PTSM’s mission statements is; “We give our lives to help students FIND and FOLLOW Jesus Christ.” In this message, Pastor Hugh Breland offers practical examples of how students can invest in those around them, living out the mission of PTSM by helping others find Jesus Christ.
In this message, Pastor Hugh Breland introduces the vision and mission of PTSM and begins to share how students can live out that mission by helping other students find Jesus.
The elephant in the room… Biblical reasons for “unanswered” prayers.
Finding God and experiencing his presence is so rich, empowering, transforming. The greatest part of being a Child of God is to know God and to experience his presence.
How can we tell when we have truly grasped the depth of God’s compassion in our lives?
How did the blind beggar on the side of the road get healed?
Psalm 139 is a great passage in that it not only tells us much about the nature of God (i.e. He is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent), but it also shows us that He is relentless in His search for people because He has a matchless love and care for His creation. Psalm 139 reminds us that long before we began our search for God, He was already searching for us. God's first words to man in the garden were not, "what did you do wrong" or "I'm gonna get you for that" - His first words were "Where are you?". God is on a relentless search because He desires relationship with His people. The fact that God knows every little detail about David's life doesn't terrify him but brings him great comfort and peace. You need to know that God's infinite knowledge, presence, and power is with you throughout the vicissitudes of life and no matter what life throws at you, He loves you, is concerned about you, and is always with you. Key Passage: Psalm 139
"For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it." Matt. 16:25
Seek God with all your heart and you will find Him.