Sermons from August 2018
Lord, more and more I realize how little I truly know and understand about myself. I thought I knew what drives me. I thought I had a good understanding of my strengths and weaknesses. But the more I live, the more I understand how little I even know myself. It’s unsettling. But Lord, You truly know me. Teach me so that I can grow in my relationship and feel more safe with You. Scriptures: Isaiah 43:1-31; Romans 8:28-39; John 10:27-30 Sermon…
Lord, what’s my focus? When I focus on this world, its expectations, its demands, its lies about what will truly satisfy, I feel like I wither. But when I sink roots into Your truth, Your message of peace and hope and love, I finally feel refreshed. Sermon Text: Psalm 1
Lord, I look at the people around me and their lives don’t make sense to me. Everything seems to go right for the people who don’t give You a second thought. But those who cry out to You, who build their lives on Your Word, face all kinds of struggles and trials. What am I missing? Help me to see through Your eyes. Sermon Text & Theme: Psalm 73 – We have a crisis of faith, God has the cure.
Paul and the Philippians enjoyed a wonderful relationship: they were gospel partners (fellowship) in ministry. He was not afraid to ask them for help and they were eager to give him support. Sermon Text: Philippians 4:10-20