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We see how salvation by grace was challenged in the beginnings of christianity, and we celebrate and give thanks to God fot the mothers in our church family.
Having been told to go back to Bethel and engage in the right worship of God, Jacob leads his household in this worship and then journey's on. The second part of Genesis 35, though, mentions three events that reveal the truth that even though Yahweh has promised fulfillment of his covenant with Abraham and his descendants, and even though this fulfillment is in the midst of taking place, nonetheless it takes place in the midst of certain kinds of failures. It is this union of fulfillment and failure that marks the life of God's people now as they journey on toward the final fulfillment in the New Heavens and New Earth. What lessons do we learn from these failures mentioned in this text and their union with God's fulfillment of his promises?
We continue to look at Paul's journey as the Gospel is moved outward. Paul's strength, as well as our strength, comes from the Lord.
We move closer to the end of the book of Acts as we observe Paul's journey's and the reality of spiritual warfare and opposition.
Hans gives a short sermon preparing us for our final leg of Acts Series "To The End" where we will finish out the book of Acts as we study Paul's Missionary Journeys.
Where the name "Lakeview" comes from. Jesus has risen from the dead and already appeared to His disciples. However, this appearance to them seems to be a re-commissioning of His disciples, particularly of Peter. We find 4 Views of the Lake that help us understand our own spiritual journeys and how Jesus guides us in each stage.
We're all on a journey. Today Pastor Kevin is joined by special guest Ryan Chaloux as we walk through his story and explore eternity at the end of our series, Epic.
This portion of Acts tells of Peter's journeys. God continues to equip His people to expand the gospel.
I pray this message encourages you on your journey from promise to fulfillment. God is always faithful.
So the world’s a messed up place. And as we saw last week, there’s something missing inside of us because of it. We’re not only disconnected from each other, we’re disconnected from our Creator, the author of the story itself. And as long as we remain in that state, it’s impossible for us to experience the fullness of life. Thank goodness our EPIC story doesn’t end there…