Sermons by Wes Gunn (Page 2)
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.
We’re living through a time of uncertainty that can produce much anger. Jesus has something to say to help us grow to the next level of our faith and add healing to our relationships.
Am I willing to grow to the next level of my Christian walk? What does it look like for you to move to the next level with God? Trust God in his salvation. Rely on Jesus. Know Him, Trust Him, and feel the freedom when you do. Keep you eyes on Him. He is a loving father.
Because Jesus Is Risen we will never be the same. Will you have an encounter with Jesus and continue to live the same? Or will you be transformed and never be the same?
God speaks through people to correct us. How do you know when you are hearing God through others? Maybe your past begins to make sense, you have sense of leading into a specific direction, and maybe even a feeling of disobedience if you ignore the words. How well are YOU listening to the person of Jesus?
The word of God through the Holy Spirit is living, active, powerful, and fresh for today. If God places a word or phrase your heart- get ready because you are going to need it.
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?
As God’s grace flows through us into the lives of others, there are occasional times when something in our lives blocks that flow. Paul instructs us that getting rid of those things is of the utmost urgency.
When we are loved as we are, we are free to change. Knowing we are unconditionally accepted, we are free to shed the unhealthy behaviors we’ve adapted to cover up rejection and lack of acceptance.
Have you ever felt like someone was looking down on you, judging you, condemning you for your conviction or perspective? In grace, we give others the freedom to hold to convictions that are unlike our own and accept them in spite of that difference.
Grace is a place God has invited us. When you’ve experienced God’s grace you get a completely different perspective.
Many Christians never understand the grace they have received. How does a seat at the King’s table impact your life?