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!
Throughout my ministry, I’ve repeated this phrase: “Born once, die twice. Born twice, die once.”
As sinful from birth, this is the reality we each begin and will end with on earth. The inevitable price of sin is death. But the gift of God is eternal life – the “good news” of the gospel! In today’s brand-new message from Romans 6, we’ll delve into: God, sin, substitution, believe, life.
Have you believed the gospel for yourself? If you have, can you share it with others? If you or someone you know needs the hope of a saving relationship with God, this weekend’s message is for you.
But God Commends His Love | Romans 5 | Great Buts of The Bible
Peace is the calm assurance that what God is doing is best.
Is your heart heavy with condemnation, shame, a list of all your wrongs? Remember, in Christ you are freed from that guilt to live in peace – peace with God, peace from God, and in the peace of God.
The world is full of evil, but God demonstrates His love toward you through the cross. This week, dive with us into the very center of the center of Christianity: the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Great Buts of The Bible (Part 1) – But God Meant It For Good
The phrase “great but!” (not great “butt”) is about the most powerful conjunction in the English language – a truth hinge that opens the door to so much.
For many years as I preached, I would pause to quip, “Sometime I have to do a series on ‘Great Buts in the Bible.’” The reality is this: No matter how bad it looks for you or those you love right now, when God steps in everything changes.
Join us for this first week in our new series, “Great ‘Buts’ in the Bible”!
What a shame… when you’re too busy working like Martha, you won’t rest at Jesus’ feet like Mary. Following God’s commandments is essential to a thriving life – and marriage. This week, Pastor James leads us through the command to rest, and the first command with a promise.
If you don’t know them by heart, no need to guess! Just open your Bible to Exodus 20, as we dig into God’s Word.
Getting The Message Right a sermon from Acts 17-18:23.