Sermons from December 2020
Let’s face it, 2020 has been hard. Many of us have felt beaten down by life and maybe even let sin creep in. The feeling of loneliness and ready to just throw in the towel has taken over our thoughts, but God is with you through the power of the Holy Spirit. You do not need to feel alone because He never left. You have invaluable treasure within you. Guard the treasure within you. Be a good steward of the treasure.
Luke’s version of the Christmas story includes two seniors who have a hunger for a move of God in their day. Oddly enough, it will be two teenagers who bring a baby to the Temple that fulfills their longing.
What does it mean to wait on God? Do you find yourself anxious or patient in prayer? Sometimes we can feel we can tell God how to get us to our destinations, but when we are patient and God has spoken we can make the most difficult decisions with confidence knowing he is with us.
How will faith be passed to the next generation? Talk to your kids and grandkids about your life and your faith. Don’t rob the next generation of your testimony to God’s faithfulness and work in your life. Speak it into them. No one should be praying for your children and grandchildren more than you. You are the primary prayer warrior in their lives.