Christ is risen! This is a very special Easter message from Pastor James that you will want to share with those you love. Originally preached at Chicago’s Sears Centre on Easter, he delivers a clear and compelling call to respond to Jesus’ offer of salvation – and that day, hundreds responded publicly with decisions for Christ.
Don’t miss this message and opportunity to share an hour with family and friends that could alter their eternities…
God is forever. I am a moment. Just like music has a time signature, the God who loves you has a time signature. He exists outside of time, and you exist inside time…but only for a brief time. God wants us to embrace the reality that we are temporal, life is measured, but He is everlasting. Open your Bible to Psalm 90 as Pastor James MacDonald instructs you in how to maximize your life.
Have you considered the contrasting realities of God’s eternality and our mortality? God embraces the entirety of eternity all at once, and yet He is with us in the moment, giving to us each day an opportunity to grow in wisdom. Join Pastor James in Psalm 90 where we discover what God wants us to do with all of that.
Death is Coming…Eternity will one day reveal that sometimes the best news is the bad news that opens up the way for the good news. If the bottom hadn’t fallen out of what you thought was rock bottom, would you ever have looked to the Lord the way you had? Death Is Certainly Coming Faster Than It Seems When Hiding Sin From The Wrathful God We Will Soon Answer To.
God is Eternal, but why is that so significant? In this verse by verse study through Psalm 90, we are reminded that we all have regret. Situations we wish we had handled better, words we wish we hadn’t said—things we can’t go back and fix. And when regret is coupled with facing our own mortality, we begin to desperately need the reality of God’s eternality. Pastor James shares from the Scriptures how accepting the truth about God and His eternal nature can become your greatest comfort.
As Christians, our greatest motivation is “The Day.” The Day will cause all other days to pale in comparison – and there are a few things you should know about The Day before it arrives. Every day – we pitch our tents one day’s march closer to eternity. How will you fair?
I Corinthians 3:11-15
I Corinthians 3:11-15