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Sermon by Pastor Rudy Bropleh, using John 9:1-41 as the Biblical text reference. Point 1- People may reject your story ---but since it's your story, make it the best story. Point 2 - Somebody may need to hear your story ---so, share your story with others, even if you don't think they are going to believe it, because your blessings may be tied to someone else; you never know. Point 3 - God deserves all the glory! Tell your story and make sure that you give God credit for the good things that you're telling others about in your story! check it out and Tell YOUR story and be joyful.
GOOD NEWS IN THE GOSPEL: Glory in Suffering, Power in Weakness, and Hope in this Troubled World (Message #14 * Romans 8:16-30) 02-17-2103
Our Glory in Suffering with Christ ● Our suffering with Christ: leads to our eternal glory (vs16-18) ● Creation Personified: and the sons of God revealed (vs19-22) ● Follow Christ by faith: through the sufferings of life unto eternal glory The Spirit’s Power in Our Weakness ● His Presence at work in us: amidst the weakness of our bodies (vs22-26) ● His Intercession for us: when we do not know God’s will (vs26-27) ● Walk according to the Spirit: as we eagerly and patiently wait in hope Our Hope in God’s Glorious-Purpose (amidst this Troubled World) ● God’s Sovereign Care: promised to those who love Him (v28) ● God’s Salvific Love: predestining us for Christ-likeness (vs29-30) ● Love and Trust in God: putting our hope in His promised eternal glory
The greatest purpose for our prayers is to glorify Jesus Christ
We are in a series called “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. After today there is only one more miracle to consider in John—the raising of Lazarus from the dead. So far we have considered the miracle at the wedding at Cana, the healing of the royal official’s son, the man at the Pool of Bethesda, the miracle of the feeding of the multitude, and the miracle of Jesus walking on the water. We have been looking at each of these miracles as a way to ask God about our own need for Him to do something in our lives that we are desperate to see. These miracles force us to think about our own needs. These miracles force us to ask the hard question of what about our miracle. Maybe you are uncomfortable about asking those questions. If asking God questions makes you a bit uncomfortable, you are going to be uncomfortable today. I had a moment this week. As I looked at this text this week, I began to ask a question of the line of a song—What is Jesus doing? Have you ever asked that?
This sermon continues our study and our understanding of the implications of Psalm 83... loyalty, relationships, enemies, friends... and your standing with Jehovah makes all the difference... how we think, what we say and do, and the secret motives of our hearts all tell a tale we may not wish to hear... come and learn how to make sure Jehovah God gets the glory through our lives... we choose whether it be as His friend or foe..
Pastor Jared preaches on what real power and glory are all about according to God's Word!
What was God's aim in sending His Son? Was it to save people from their sins? Yes. But what was His aim in saving sinners then? We believe that scriptures clear teaching is that God's ultimate end for sending His Son to earth was to glorify Himself. In this sermon we will look at the bibles teaching on this, and why it is for our greatest good that God is for His glory.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Philippians 2 vv9-11. God the Father has exalted his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, after he willingly humbled himself even to the point of death on a cross. He has given him the throne of heaven and the divine name, Lord. Yet His exaltation will not be completed until the last day when Jesus' Lordship will be revealed to everyone who has ever lived, and all will bow before Him and confess His name.