"Peace" Tagged Sermons
When we let God decide what is wise, what is good and evil, then we begin to experience a taste of the Garden. Wisdom will not keep us from all pain and suffering, but when we live according to God’s wisdom we do experience blessing. The goal of wisdom is not necessarily for us to be healthy, wealthy, and happy. But as we walk in God’s ways, trusting in his wisdom and power, we do experience a sense of purpose…
Because Jesus conquered sin, death, and the devil, there is right now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Zilch.
In life we are constantly searching for the one thing that will truly satisfy. Jesus is the only one who can give us that one thing. Sermon Text: John 14:25-27
God’s people were waiting for the promised great High Priest. The priest was the representative of God before the people, offering the require sacrifices for sin. Jesus came into the world to represent you in his life and his sacrificial death and bring you God’s promised salvation. Sermon Text: Matthew 1:18-25
As members of God’s family we share our concern for one another, we share our resources with those in need, we share God’s promise that he will always take care of us and meet all our needs. Confidence in God leads to contentment and lasting peace. In this way we can always stay at rest in God’s promises no matter what we face here in this world as we press on toward our real home in heaven. Sermon Text: Philippians 4:10-20
Anxiety can feel crippling. Constant worry can make us want to pull the covers over our head. But God promises to guard our hearts and minds with the peace that transcends all human understanding. As we take God up on his invitation to pray, he wants to replace our worrying with rejoicing. Sermon Text: Philippians 4:4-9