Don’t Shrink God | Ephesians 3
When God is big, problems are small… but when problems are big, God is small.
Struggles may weigh us down and our burdens may overwhelm, but God is never maxed out or too busy. He is always able to work abundantly, and deal with our trials in far more powerful ways than we could ask or imagine.
Get ready for “Don’t Shrink God!” in Ephesians 3 – He is greater than our problems!
Do you know Jesus Christ? People who have known Christ for some time will be stirred up by way of remembrance with a deeply refreshed gratitude of the good news. If perhaps you don’t know “Him” yet, this message will help you understand what it means to be “saved” by the Savior.
God is a God of immense holiness and infinite transcendence. He is not like us, and we don’t have a parallel with which to describe him fully. In this message, Pastor James MacDonald walks us through the four throne room scenes of Scripture found in Isaiah, Ezekiel, and Revelation and our response to His Holiness.
The application of biblical authority means you can’t just do what you want.
Biblical authority is not failing at the point of intellectualism, it is failing at the point of individual application. Never has the Bible been so readily available, yet made so little difference in the way people live. Its applications are many and will surely be rewarded. This message from Psalm 19:7-11 covers the various facets of Scripture applied.
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