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Sermons about Honor
Justin Norden continues our HONOR sermon series by talking about how to HONOR other believers and those around you.
Pastor Jonathan continued our HONOR sermon series by focusing on one type of authority in our lives - our leaders. In this sermon, we learn about the relationship between Saul and David and how we can honor our leaders as a picture of our surrender to Christ in our lives.
God's self-proclaimed position: the supreme being of all that has been created. God's self-proclaimed status: He is immutable, unchangeable. God's self-proclaimed weath: He created all things. He owns all things. There is nothing that God does not own. As a member of the Gathering Community Fafily wer are to strive (1) for honor in our Christian community, (2) for honor within ourselves, and (3) to honor God.
Mike Laramee kicks off our HONOR sermon series by helping us understand what the Bible says about honoring authorities. Most of us are in a position of authority in some part of our lives, even if it is only over our own time or resources. But all of us are under multiple authorities in our lives. How can we honor them in a godly way?
Getting back in sync with God: ~ Embrace or re-embrace God's standard ~ Confess to God and the people we've hurt through our immorality ~ Distance ourselves from the people and things that drag us down
I sincerely hope that, if your Mother is alive, you have taken care of her today. I ran across a survey this week that indicated what women wanted this year for Mother’s Day. The poll indicated that Mothers wanted: flowers (18%), spa day (18%), gift cards (15%), and jewelry (15%). I also ran across another article that indicated the worst gifts you could get. Number one on the list was a diet or fitness product. Number two was wrinkle cream. Roses came next. The article said instead our mothers want carnations on Mother’s Day. A pet, cleaning equipment, bath stuff, and potpourri also headed up the list of what not to buy for your mothers.
We are called to honor both the physical and spiritual mothers of the church.
In this Mother's Day message Pastor Ron affirms the importance of honoring our mothers, fathers and other family members and unpacks the meaning of the word "honor" as it's used in the Bible. This is a message for every family member that will help families build respect and show God's love to one another.
Mother's Day 2013 - The work of mothers is not to be considered idle work. Women that honor and fear God are to be praised says Proverbs 31:30. Parenting by example trumps technique every time. Because God is with you rely on faith and not fear. When this occurs your faith will be passed on to the next generation.
Being controlled by the Holy Spirit’s power is the prerequisite for consistently obeying this command of honoring your mother. Honoring a mother is the pathway to life’s blessings. See the message to discover 6 ways to honor your mothers.