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.
I’m Glad I’m Saved. Sometimes it can be hard to reconcile the events of life with a God who is paying attention. But even when I feel defeated. Even when I don’t understand what’s happening. I believe God. The final sermon in the series reveals 4 distinct joys of salvation.
God Is For You. If you are in Christ, He chose you. He called you. He Saved you. And one day, He will glorify you. No circumstances or people can thwart God’s purpose in your life.
John 3:16 is arguably the greatest verse in the entirety of Scripture, especially for lost people. But Romans 8:28 is the greatest verse for Christians. It’s the other greatest verse in the Bible. Find out why!
Hope is a ministry of God’s Spirit that meets us in the area of our greatest need. Hope is not escapism. It is God’s sovereignty. Even when you can’t pray. When you don’t know what’s best. In the moment when all you need is assurance, Romans 8 presents the key to hope.
Single Message | I Need a Miracle
Miracles in the Church? It’s time we get back to that. Maybe you find yourself waiting on a miracle, but have you done everything necessary? Miracles happen when our expectant prayer line up with God’s ultimate purpose. Today, God is making you spiritually fit to receive what he is already willing to do. Listen now to this message from John 2.