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Are we seeing the light or walking in the darkness? What either opens our eyes or causes them to shut? God intends for his disciples to see the light of Christ.
What story are you living? Is you life directed in glorifying God and bringing His light to the lost?
This sermon explores John's vision of Jesus' city on a hill. It explains the three main symbols of the new city of God, what they mean for the church, and what they mean for our lives.
Sometimes in the midst of life’s challenges, it seems dark. It can be difficult to see what God is doing in the midst of your journey to His ultimate, loving destination He is leading you to. The good news is, to God, darkness and light are the same, so you can trust Him in the midst of it, and realize with Him in your life, you are already there! This enlightening teaching will enable you to understand how to more fully experience God’s more than amazing grace, and teach you how to stop struggling, striving, and straining to get God to love you, keep His promises, and answer your prayers. Watch, listen, or download the message now and experience God’s more than amazing grace!
In our Sunday morning Bible classes right now we are doing a series on how to be a Christian and walk the right path in a culture that seems to have no foundation, morality, or direction. Bill pulls the first class from the series and expands upon it in this sermon that looks at the evil in the Bible, the evil in the world, and how God defeats it through Christ and invites us to join in this battle to dispel darkness in the world today.
God wants to take you from brokenness to righteousness. We will get brighter, His church will get brighter as we are filled with His righteousness, the message and love of Jesus. Mat 5:14 You are the light of the world, like a city on a hilltop that cannot be hidden.
This message was preached by Doug Rowland, Outreach Pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel Davenport, on March 12-13, 2016. The message came from Matthew 5:13-16, and was titled "Salt & Light".
Experiencing the perfect dawn is what the people of Galilee did when Jesus began His public ministry. The light has dawned to those who have sat in darkness. Today we speak about what this may mean to us and to the people around us as we allow the light of Christ to shine.