Sermons on Philippians
In this conclusion to Acts, Paul has an unexpected layover in Malta on the way to Rome. God has a purpose for it. God also has a purpose for the unplanned stops in your life too. Part 20 from Acts 28.
Human nature uses people to our own selfish advantages. Jesus flips our natural tendencies upside down and leads by example to show us how community should really function.
Joy is a universally sought after emotion. As Christians, not only do we want it for ourselves, but we want the world to know it also. Psalm 66 & 67 are the invitation.
Christ is our daily bread who satisfies our eternal, spiritual need. When daily life distracts us from our relationship with God, the enemy can creep in. Practice thanksgiving, honor your relationship, and trust Him for tomorrow.
Anxiety is the most common mental health issue in the USA. The past year has added to the already high levels we face. If you don’t deal with it in helpful ways it can have negative physical and spiritual consequences. When your mind is under attack, how do you fight back?
Many of us are guilty in asking “Why me?” when something goes wrong or out of plan. We can tend to view it as a personal attack. Joesph felt that same way when he was victimized by the very people who were to protect him the most. That is only when Christ came and revealed himself more valuable than what he had lost. More valuable than that attack.
Some of us have a good mapped out plan we follow, but is there a “God plan” you’ve been ignoring? What would it look like to relinquish your plan?
Navigating the maze of marriage is complicated! But you can keep it on the right track by working on YOUR selfishness.