God’s love for us is everlasting and unfailing. No matter what we do. No matter how we look. No matter who we are. God still loves us.
In this sermon, we learn about the love story between Christ and His followers. We learn that we must fall in love with Christ. We must desire to be around Him. Why? Because, there is nobody like Him.
In this sermon, we learn that – for the rest of our lives – God is going to test us. During these lessons, we need to go to God and ask Him to help us learn the lesson he’s giving us so that we can get out of the wilderness.
In this sermon, we learn how important it is to express love. We also get an understanding of how to show Biblical, Christ-like love towards others.
In this special mother’s day massage, we learn how to identify a Christ-like mother. We also learn why it’s important to have the right people feeding into our lives; guiding us into making the right decisions.
Everyone sins; no matter how big or small. This is why God sent His son down and sacrificed Him for us. But, how much does we sin? In this sermon we learn how much we sin. We also understand why it was necessary for God to sacrifice Jesus because of how often we sin.
Are you like “the tree planted by the rivers of water” baring good fruit? In this sermon, we learn that we have to bare good fruit, the Fruits of the Spirit, regardless of what happens. We must also learn how to tap into the Holy Spirit for guidance and to help us to keep our good fruit in the midst of difficult situations.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
Have you noticed that things aren't working out like you thought they were? Are you at a point in your life that things are so bad that you could just break down and cry? Life can be so tough and hard that it can make us lose hope and faith in God. But, we have to...