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Throughout our lives we find ourselves being overcome and defeated by issues and circumstances, and also wanting to prevail over those things that hold us back, keep us in bondage, and rob us of peace and joy. The Bible says that "we are more than conquerors through him who loved us" (Romans 8:38). If this is true, then why do we often feel more like the conquered than the conquering? This message introduces a new series that will explore what God's Word says about overcoming in the various areas of our lives, and how Christ is our only hope for victory.
Tom Etterlee shared a relevant message of how to turn trouble into triumph.
The book of Job is filled with more questions than answers about God, suffering, and faith. That’s because the answers don’t fully satisfy until we are left with just one answer: suffering carries the unique potential to reveal the closeness of God’s presence. As we journey to the cross of Christ, the God Who Suffers for Us, we voice the questions of Job beginning with his first painful cry: Shall we accept good from God, and not trouble? Have you asked this question? Are you asking it today? Do you dare ask it? We will find courage to ask this Sunday. You are invited to come along and ask it too. You will also be invited to receive anointing with oil as we pray for healing together.
Is your response to Jesus..."troubling?"
So much of life depends on sight: relationships, language we use, how we approach life. Blindness changes everything, too. This message looks at the blindness that afflicts all of us and how Jesus desires to heal of us. Will we let him heal us in his way or demand that it be done according to our expectations?