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Sermons about Promise
God's promise is too much to believe. God promised Abram land, descendants and blessing and He has fulfilled ALL promises to us in Jesus. We are blessed. But sometimes it doesn't look promising, even in the promised land.
The plan of God to bless the world is just too much to believe. The curse of sin is obvious and everything tried up to this point just makes more of a mess of things. Now God promises to bless the world through one man...and the promises of God to Abraham are far smaller than those He has made to us.
What do the blessings of Christ mean for us today? Yohan John speaks about how the blessings of Christ promised to us in the bible affects us in our daily life; also to remind us that from the very beginning, God chose us even before the world began. What does that mean? Find out by listening to this powerful message.
While many in the church today seem to think that it is the duty of Christians individually and the church corporately to harness their resources, and redeem the culture by bringing the kingdom of God to bear upon the world, this perspective is very questionable given the history of God's people. Our history reveals that it is God in his omniscience (all-knowing) and omnipotence (all-powerful) who accomplishes his promises despite the ignorance and impotence of his people. Jacob's separation from Laban highlights these truths.
Our comfort as God's people comes from the certainty of God's word
What problems in your life do you think are too great for you to handle? They are. Too often we neglect God's ability to work in our life through the power of his spirit. What are you holding on to?
We are in the Gospel of John again today. We began this year considering the 7 miracles of Jesus as told my John. Beginning last Sunday, and continuing today, we are considering the 7 “I Am” statements of John. Seven times, John records Jesus proclaiming Himself with the introductory formula “I am.” Last week, we considered the statement “I am the bread of life.” We said that just as bread sustains our lives physically, Jesus proclaimed Himself to be the one that sustain us spiritually and eternally. Today, we turn our attention to a second statement: “I am the light of the world.” All of these statements are so important. All of these statements and so these sermons deal with a most important question: “Who is Jesus?” You know, if we get that question right, most other things are going to take care of themselves. So, who is Jesus? He is the Light of the World. What does that mean?