One Day at a Time

Delivered by Cortez Stegall
June 14, 2020
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Key Verses

Matthew 6:25-34; Exodus 16; Lamentations 3:22-23; Psalms 68:19 (AMP); Genesis 12:1-5; Genesis 12:10-20

(Devotional reading came from Psalms 100:1-7)

How often do you ask God about what moves you should take or what direction you should go?

If you ask Him what you should do with your life, then that’s great. But, many of us will question His perfect will by being worried about where He’s taking you.

In this sermon, we look at Abram’s story in Genesis who is on a quest for God. But, we tie his story to Jesus’ instructions in Matthews about worry. We can learn a lot about how to approach our lives in the same manner that Abram did.

God’s will is perfect. He has everything under control. So, why worry about the things around you that may not be falling in line with your plans?

Now more than ever, especially during the pandemic and civil unrest, we must trust God’s plan and not worry. He has everything under control. We must be patient. We must take things one day at a time.


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Topics: Abraham, Fear, God, Jesus, Worry

About the Minister

Cortez Stegall

Cortez Stegall

Cortez Stegall is the Senior Pastor at New St. James M. B. Church.
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