In this sermon, we review His resurrection and we learn that we must learn how to rise above our circumstances. We can learn from Jesus to not let something that seems tough from keeping us from fulfilling God’s Will and purpose for our lives.
What do you do when you feel like your world is falling apart? Do you begin complaining and worrying? In this sermon, we learn that in times like that we really need to turn to God. We learn some practical tips that we can use to strengthen our faith and trust in God. We also learn about the spiritual power of prayer AND fasting and why it’s important to do them both together.
We learn how God provides for us in our everyday lives, as well as, His methods of protection. We also learn that we must also trust God that He will provide for us and protect us at all times.
In this sermon, we learn why its necessary for all of us, especially younger people, to listen to instruction from the wise. Many times, wise people are parents or people who are older than us. We need to pay attention to what advice they give us. Also, we learn that we should seek wisdom from God for how to navigate though our lives and to make good choices.
God is a God of order. In this sermon, we learn that – first and foremost – God is the head. Then, we learn where other church leaders are in the chain of command. It’s also important that we understand that in order for us to be leaders of anything, it’s essential for us learn how to be good followers.
Satan’s mission is to prey on those who are weak in the Spirit. In this final entry of a series breaking down the Lord’s Prayer, we learn more about who Satan is and how we can defeat him with God help. God’s power is immense and infinite. He has the power to deliver you from any of Satan’s attacks on your life. Just trust and believe in Him. He will work it out!
Jesus is the only way to eternal life. In this message, we learn that there is no other way to get to Heaven unless we go through God’s son, Jesus. Jesus is the way, the truth and the light.
In this follow up of a previous sermon, we’re show other examples in the Bible that mirror what’s been going on today. Also, we learn that just like God did in Biblical times, He will do it for us now. And because of all of those things and more, we ought to thank God no matter what.
In this series looking at the Lord’s Prayer, we focus on Matthew 6:12. In that part of the prayer we ask God to forgive us of our “debts.” But also, we learn that we need to be like God and forgive others as well. We learn about the power of forgiveness and why it’s important for Christians to ask for forgiveness, while being willing to forgive others.
Many horrible things happened in 2020. But, non of this is new to God. In this message for Watch Meeting 2020, we learn that regardless of all of this sickness, death, turmoil, hatred – God is still good. God will still take care of you. …and for that, we need to tell the Lord “thank you.”
There was a lot of sadness, despair, depression, and hopelessness that occurred during 2020. With that kind of atmosphere, it’s possible that we may’ve encountered evil spirit(s) that placed those spirits into us. However, with a new year upon us, it’s time for us to clean our “house” of evil spirits. In 2021, we need to start getting rid of the evil spirits in our lives.
In this continuation of the “We You Pray” series, which deconstructs the Lord’s Prayer, we focus on verse 11. We learn how this verse really asks for God to use us to do His will and give his “daily bread.”
What’s your focus on Christmas? Don’t miss the true meaning of Christmas. Jesus was born on this day to become our Savior. So, don’t get wrapped up in worldly things on Christmas day. Don’t miss Christmas!
Faith is a powerful motivator in the darkest of times. This year has taken so much from us and there have been many dark times. However, keeping the faith in these times allows us to make it through.
Do you expect a gift from God? Or, do you give to God daily? Which one do you think is the wise choice? It’s our turn to give like the Magi. We ought to be like the Magi. We should seek God and praise, worship, and honor Him with enthusiasm.
In this follow up message in the When You Pray series, we get an understanding of what that line in the model prayer is about. Some of the things we learn are how to treat others as we live here on Earth, how difficult circumstances are used to empower us through Christ, and why it’s important to spread the Gospel.
Now more than ever, we are reminded that we need to have faith. But, we need to go beyond just faith. We need to have unshakeable faith in God. Especially in these dark times, we need to continue to pray and praise God for who He is.
How do you go to God in prayer? Do you pray for everyone, or do you ask God to give you what you want? As we learn in this sermon, there’s more to prayer than we think. We break down Jesus’ prayer in Matthew to learn how to properly go to God.
The best is yet to come… Jesus is coming back! But, are you ready for when he comes back? In this sermon, we’re taught what it takes to get our souls ready for Jesus’ return so that we can meet Him in the middle of the air and spend the rest of our lives with Him.
Don’t tell God about your storms and troubles. Tell your storms and troubles about your God! In the second part of this two part message, we learn that it’s up to us, now more than ever, to go to work for Christ.
Holiness doesn’t depend on how “good” we are. It depends on our relationship with Jesus Christ and how we live.
When you’re told “don’t use the Lord’s name in vain,” we think it means don’t use swear words along with God’s name. But, did you know there’s more to it? Christians can use the Lord’s name in vain without cussing a day in their lives. In this sermon, we know what it truly means to be a Christian and understand how not to use God’s name in vain.
God sometimes places us in a situation to test our Love. He’s done this several times in the Bible, such as with Abraham. He’s also done this with His only Son, Jesus. It is our responsibility to evaluate ourselves in those situations and make sure that we are acting in the God-like Love that He has instructed us to do.
What kind of a representative of Christ are you? Do the works that you do best represent Christ? As Christians, we are ambassadors of Christ, meaning we represent Him in everything that we do. There’s more to being a Christian than looking like a Christian. Listen to this message to learn how to be a better representation for Christ.