Sermons on John
Dysfuction doesn’t eliminate you from God’s purposes, it qualifies you.
All creation brings pleasure to the heart of God. We must find moments to enjoy and marvel at creation. In doing so we marvel at the power and beauty of God.
God has not abandoned us to be overgrown and unfruitful. When we have been pruned we have expectations of great fruitfulness in the future.
Instead of retaliation towards your enemies what if you gave them public praise? With God in your heart it is possible. Jesus has asked us to come at this world in a different perspective. Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.
Staying connected to the source of life gives us hope during difficult days.
God’s communication with you is based on His desire for a relationship with you. God speaking to you is an invitation to know Him and join Him. Do you speak to God simply because you want something from Him, or do you because you want Him?
It’s tempting to think we earn our rewards with God. But Jesus reminds us that it is all grace.
Humility is the ability to be honest about ourselves. Being sober minded about who YOU are. Speaking with accurate judgement and being realistic. Humility is not about pride.
As we grow into another year, we refuse to buy into the narrative of the world. We want to become greater. Take this week to join us in praying John 3:30 daily. He must increase, I must decrease.
We can’t assume that because there’s an “open door” that God is inside. Live in a season of steadfastness rather than conscience-stricken.
What do we see in David that is truly unique and teaches us about being “A person after God’s own heart?”
They are some of the most profound and historic words on love ever written. 1 Corinthians 13 sets the standard high. But the context of Paul’s words weren’t about romantic relationships, but what happens in a church family.