“Everyone did what was right in his own eyes.” The last words in the book of Judges sound familiar to people living today. What do we pass on to the next generation and those who come after us? We continue our sermon series called “The Story”.
God commands Joshua, “Be strong and courageous.” He encourages Joshua, “Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.” He knows He sends Joshua to battle. He knows the price which will be paid. We continue our sermon series called “The Story”.
In the sermon, Pastor Matt used the video “The Encounter Collective” with permission from its creator studio, Process Creative. You can watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/78468485.
Why do the Israelites wander through the desert for forty years? They don’t believe God will do what He promises. They don’t believe He is who He says He is. Keeping our eyes on Jesus, we continue our sermon series called “The Story”.
We are who God makes us to be. God tells us “Be Holy.” First, it’s a commandment for us to keep. But more than that, “Be Holy” is forever God’s covenant of who we are. It is who God makes you to be. We continue our sermon series called “The Story”.
Life is not fair. So often, we feel beaten up and beaten down, but God sees our suffering. God leads us to a position where only He can deliver us. He hears our cries for help and He sends Jesus to save us forever, and also in our right now. We continue our sermon series called “The Story”.
The life of Joseph shows us how God repeatedly reverses evil. It’s not all good but God works all things for our good. Nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus. We continue our sermon series called “The Story”.
God has chosen people throughout history to fulfill His special purposes. Then and now, He continues to act in our world for our good. He claims us as His own through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, and gives us faith to believe. We continue our sermon series called “The Story”.
We begin a new sermon series called “The Story” which will take us on a chronological journey from Genesis through Revelation. In week one, we look at Creation and the beginning of life as we know it. When God speaks, things happen.
Who is Jesus? Matthew shows us our real savior, from a real family with real problems, who gives us a real solution. We celebrate Christmas with the conclusion of our sermon series “Who Is Jesus?”
We need help to believe the unbelievable. God sends help. Trusting God leads us to love others. This happens with Joseph and Mary, Jesus’ disciples and with us.
We continue our sermon series “Who Is Jesus?”