Sermons on Philippians
Where do you need to surrender and enter the journey of peace? Because remember, peace is not the absence of trouble, but rather the presence of God.
Jesus has the power to transform our lives, to reshape our hearts, when we respond with gratitude. So intentionally consider the small and big things in your life that are good. And take time to record them and thank God for each and every one.
The basis of the Christian faith is this bold, audacious hope that God is at work in our lives.
God is interested in your prayers because He is interested in you!
Christians believe that Jesus Christ did more than just exist. Like the New Testament authors, we see Him as a Savior, as Christ, as the Messiah, and as God’s only Son, our Lord.
Discovering a purpose for pain in 2 Corinthians. God comforts us so that we may comfort others. Our capacity to comfort other people is determined by the degree to which we’ve suffered.
Learn the secret of contentment – Christ in you, empowering you.
Our present sufferings are nothing to be compared with our future hope. Our present sufferings are just another reminder of the global consequences of sin. It’s another reminder of our need for a Savior, of the world’s need for a Savior. Our current circumstances are just another reminder that one day, God will in fact make all things new.
In those moments when you are tempted to reach into tomorrow and bring it’s worries into today, Jesus says, “Instead, I want you to look around, and look for a way to participate with me in what I am doing right now, and just trust me with tomorrow.”
Thank you all again for coming out today. Today, we are excited to be participating in the national movement called Back to Church Sunday. All across the country, the body of Christ is gathering together to reflect on and to reclaim the true meaning of the church as a place of Christ’s love and hope. As the Church, we are the collective hands and feet of Christ, who reflect Him and do His work in the world all as we…