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When you are in your lowest lows, and you choose to turn to God, His is so glad that you are seeking Him for comfort.
Some days feel like heaven while others feel like hell. Some days we act like angels yet on others like hellions. Our constant prayer is that God's name would be hallowed and that it would be on earth as it is in heaven. How can we learn from the lessons of Palm Sunday and Holy Week to honor the name of God and be the fragrance of heaven on earth.
Pastor Gregg Matte delivers the first message in the "The Long Road" series.
“Therefore everyone who hears these words of Mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and winds blew and beat against the house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. But everyone who hears these words of Mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house on sand. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house and it fell with a great crash. Expectations can mean everything
The life of faith is sometimes very difficult, and at other times it is remarkable in its simplicity. Which is it for you right now?
Listen as Pastor Tal continues the "Act Normal" series, this week talking about God's desire to bring us through the struggles that we face.
Introduction: the Trials of Life 1. Why do we experience trials in our lives? 2. Why are there trials in the Christian life? The Blessings of God: amidst the Trials of Life 1. God’s Purpose: our sanctification for His glory (Jm 1:2-4; Eph 1:6; 1Pe 1:3ff) 2. God’s Promise: the crown of life for those who love Him (Jm 1:12; Romans 8:28ff) 3. God’s Provision: the Lord Jesus Christ - His gospel and salvation (Jm 1:13-18; Rom 8) 4. Our Patient-Endurance: we follow Jesus Christ by faith (Jm 1:1-4,12; 5:7-20; Mark 6:45-52)
Jesus said, “Without me you can do nothing.” But, that's not entirely true. We can certainly screw up apart from him, and usually do. This happens as we allow the stress in our lives to put distance between us and him. At the same time we neglect our relationship with him, we also often neglect ourselves. The result is that we put ourselves in a position to be totally dominated by our flesh. Its a recipe for disaster. Jn 15:1-5; 2Pet 1:3-11; Ro 7:14-25; Gal 5:16-21; Jn 16: 8-14; Ro 8:26; Ep 3:16-21; Lk 22