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Our basic function is to worship, and what we choose to worship has a great effect on our lives and decisions. One of the primary reasons that Jesus was rejected by His own was because they did not recognize Him for what He was. Assumptions about what will make us complete lead to rejection of Christ because we try to make Him into something He is not in order to fit our desires. It doesn't work that way.
John tells us the truth is important. We must base our actions on the truth. What are the essentials truths? This message looks at the essential doctrines of Christianity.
God's provision for us at any time, including old age. The passage is rich in describing who God is and who God is to us. God tells us "listen to me" and "remember this" about His character.
We continue our Out of the Box series this week with the story of Phillip and the Ethiopian Eunuch in Acts 8. Hans challenges the Oaks Location to be ready to respond to the call of the Holy Spirit to preach the gospel to the lost.
The fourth and final sermon of the "Christmas in Isaiah" series reminds us that Jesus was born to die. From the moment of His conception, His destiny was the cross. The first time He came, He was the "suffering servant." The next time He comes, He will be a conquering king!
In the final chapter (part) in the Building Relationship Series, Pastor Rudy Bropleh references Micah 5:2-5, Isaiah 8:6-7, Matthew 28:20, Hebrews 13:5, and Romans 8:28 to emphasize the quality of relationships in your life directly affect the quality of your life and God is the Mainstay of Relationships. When God is the anchor, you need to have 1) Security; 2) Stability; 3) Productivity; and 4) Longevity in your life to build and keep successful relationships.
Christmas is the time for miracles. This is the season when we celebrate the greatest miracle ever. God’s Son was born of a virgin. So, why are we hesitant to ask for a miracle in our own lives? On the one hand we believe that God can perform miracles. On the other hand, we have had so many unanswered prayers over the years, why ask? It is easier to simply lower our expectations of God and pray generic prayers.