Sermons on Suffering
Paul has a promise from God he is going to Rome. Yet everything is going wrong on the journey and it looks impossible. It is in the shipwrecks of life when we learn to fully trust the promises of God. Part 19 from Acts 27.
As Paul pursues his mission, the struggles will increase. Don’t be caught off-guard when following Jesus is hard and costly. Jesus is with you in the storm. Part 17 from Acts 20-23.
Disruptions are frustrating. But what if God is the one frustrating your plans? Learning to recognize God’s hand in our roadblocks is the key to being redirected to accomplish his purposes. Part 12 from Acts 16.
Unfortunately, doing good isn’t always rewarded. Sometimes it comes with a price. Will the church fulfill its calling regardless? Part 5 from Acts 5.
In Matthew 5 Jesus says people who experience mistreatment for his name are blessed. In fact, they choose joy in midst of it. How can we develop persecution-proof hearts?
All of us have or will have some heavy burdens. Living in Christian community means we help others with their burdens and we receive help with ours.
Our lives are filled with seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Where will we find help to make it? Psalm 121 reminds us we have a God who is our helper.
Where do you go to find safety in the storm? Psalm 27 offers us the way.
What is justice? What is the heart of God? What should be our heart?
If God is good, why does bad happen? Is he helpless? Does he care? Is he punishing? Is it his plan? Pastor Wes explores several scriptures to help us wrap our mind around how God is involved in our deepest moments of pain to bring about redemption.
The 7th and final seal causes a pause in the action of heaven. Part 4 of Victor’s Crown: Revelation.
Jesus desires his church to be healthy. Sometimes it knows it is sick and needs help. Other times it thinks it is healthy and in reality it is sick. In these letters to the last 4 churches, Jesus has both a diagnosis and prescription. For a deeper discussion on Revelation 3:10, we encourage you to visit our blog and share your perspective.