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For the last 7 weeks, we have considered this subject “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. We have looked at each one—Water into wine, Healing of a nobleman’s son, Healing of a man at the Pool of Bethesda, Feeding the 5,000, Walking on the water in the midst of a storm, Healing a blind man, and today Raising Lazarus from the dead. Seven weeks ago I asked you to write down something that you are praying about. I am praying for these miracles and will not stop. So, even though the sermon series is ending, we are not stopping to trust God with these things that only He can do. In fact, this morning’s message reminds us that sometimes God calls on us to wait. Are we willing to wait on God so that He might do something greater?
Sermon by Pastor Rudy Bropleh at the start of the NFL season as it relates to having your GAME ON with God! One comes to steal and destroy; the other comes to live. Key Points: 1) PLAN - get your strategy together as it relates your relationship with God ; 2) PRAY - Be patient, effective and powerful and respect God's timing; 3) PLAY-do the preparation --no pain; no gain. God will suplly all your needs; your heart should not be troubled. God wants us to get in the game and Play the game!
We serve a God who is faithful to keep us and sustain us through life! What is it that you need God to do for you? Are you ready for Him to do it?
To receive God's covenant blessing means we have fellowship with God that changes us to be like God. This is what took place with Abraham and Sarah, and has continued taking place with all those who truly believe in the God of Abraham for salvation. How this does take place and how we know it is taking place with us is revealed, in part, in Abraham's welcome of three visitors who turn out to be a visit from God himself. Abraham's visit from God indicates that to be God's child means we will be generously hospitable, sacrificially giving and responsible within our relationships. Through it all we learn that these characteristics are nurtured in God's covenant children because God is all knowing and all powerful, and thereby able to change sinners to be like him.
Putting Jesus First means embracing our completeness in Christ, while rejecting human philosophies that lure us away from Him.
Jesus is the merciful, almighty Lord who quells the powers of darkness and makes a new creation out of the most chaotic life.
In this teaching Student Pastor, Mike Eminger, talks about the POWER of the church: What the church can do for you the community and the world.
Hear about the two aspects of confessing sin and why it should be important in the lives of Christians.