James 4:13-17. Do we consider the will of God concerning our dreams, plans, and objectives?
Hebrews 13:15-16. God is the unique Continuous Outpourer. We are made in His image, therefore we constantly worship and pour ourselves out. Will we worship God or created things?
John 10:22-30. Christians are saved and sustained by God. Though we stumble and fall, our salvation is secure because we are in the hands of both God the Father and God the Son
Galatians 4:4-8. God’s heart is to make unbelievers, those who were former enemies of God, a part of His family.
Galatians 5:19-26. Paul contrasts the desires of the flesh with the fruit of the Spirit. *special note: the sermon audio locked up and we lost about 2-3 minutes of sound at the 3:25 mark. We skipped ahead so there is not a blank space, but will explain why it may not make sense at that […]
Galatians 3:26-29. Man has always needed to know his identity. Man finds his meaning in relation to God, humanity, and history because God kept his promise to Abraham.
Galatians 1:11-24. Every believer has a story of how God saved them. God shows us how He sets us apart, calls us by His grace, reveals His Son Jesus to us, and how He gives us a purpose and plan of ministry.
Isaiah 61:1-6. God has called us to love the city that He has placed us in to accomplish ‘The Great Commission.’ Cities are influential and help provide the need and the means of spreading the gospel for transformed lives.
Acts 2:42-47. How the Trinity shows us what love-centered community looks like and how we can reflect the love of God in our relationships with each other.
Revelation 19:1-10. What is most important to God? This is an important question, in answering this question, we can find out what should be most important to us. The chief end of God is to glorify himself and enjoy himself forever.