Sermons on Hebrews
God knows the areas of our lives that need to be pruned in order to reveal the best versions of ourselves. Sometimes it is something sinful that must be pruned because it is hindering our growth. Other times it may be something good that is getting in the way. But abiding in Christ means embracing the correction that comes from God in order to produce a great spiritual harvest.
Advent is about preparing. It’s not about finding all the answers or checking all the boxes. You just have to show up and be willing to follow God’s lead. Wherever you are, you are not too late. God wants to fill your heart with hope for the ultimate healing and life in His Son.
In order to see God move powerfully in our lives, we must follow His lead.
Wherever you are in your faith journey this is your invitation to follow Jesus too. You are invited to take your next step along the path of discipleship leading to a life that fulfills Jesus’ great commandment, that we love God with all our hearts, souls, minds, and strength and love others as we have been loved by God.
God is interested in your prayers because He is interested in you!
Regardless of what your background is, regardless of how long you’ve been a Christian, regardless of whether or not you are a Christian, we all have the potential to drift, so we all need Christian community.
Small groups are where some of the most important things the church is designed to do happens.
You can’t follow Jesus in isolation. When the Paul talked to people about what it looks like to follow Jesus practically, he stressed the fact that this is a relational thing, not a solo thing.
God can use a person in spite of his or her mistakes. God doesn’t call the qualified; He qualifies the called.
It is only through the power of the Holy Spirit that we can counter the hurt with compassion, counter the anger with empathy, and the wounds with forgiveness.