Sermons by Pastor Trisha Guise (Page 2)
This is the online archive of sermons delivered by Pastor Trisha Guise at York Springs United Methodist Church.
When you stake your eternity on the fact that Jesus Christ died for your sins, was buried and rose from the dead, was seen, and offers us resurrection life, The command to fear not, becomes a way of life.
What you need to know about Christianity is that Jesus rose from the dead. The resurrection event is the foundation of our faith.
The choice of who we fellowship with may be one the most important decisions we make in life. Ask God for a renewed community that will support you in becoming who God has designed you to be.
Today we’re going to talk about a Renewed Love that God wants us to develop towards Him. Not just us remembering how much God loves us, but renewing our love towards Him.
God has created each of us with a plan for our lives. We are his handiwork, His masterpieces, and He longs for us to take part in the good work that He has for us to do.
Would you like to experience a renewed spirit within you today? You do not need to continue to feel defeated. If you would like to experience a renewed spirit within you today, you can.
Christmas isn’t about this church or even a religion. It’s about relationship with God. It’s about love, life, and a real freedom.
Worship or Tradtion: What is the true spirit of Christmas? For King Harod, the birth of the Messiah produced a spirit of self interest and a desire to protect the tradition of his power. The wise men, on the other hand, meet Christ’s birth with the spirit of worship. As Christmas nears, let’s seek God and give Him the worship and praise He rightly deserves as wise men.
Life can be hard, but we know the truth the shepherds held. The Savoir has come! In Him, we are saved. In Him, we win. The amazing thing is, no matter what happens, that can never be taken away from us. So don’t settle for anything less.
It’s difficult to share the message of God’s peace, when we’re stressed, overwhelmed, and exhausted. Our proclamation must first begin with us accepting and embracing the peace we have in God.