We will examine Psalm 24:1.
We will examine Galatians 5:16-26 and the fruit of the Spirit. We will look at what it means to trust God with our lives, as we learn to taste sweet.
We will examine Hebrews 13:1-8, 15-1 where we will look at the challenge of living out our faith. We can do this by building community, through hospitality, so we can be apart of bringing people life.
We will examine Hebrews 11:29-12:3. We will look at the importance of living out our faith as we run our race.
We will examine Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16. We will look at faith and learn to trust that God will fulfill what God has promised.
We will examine Galatians 2:15-21. We will find out how we can have a relationship with God, not by rule keeping but by having Christ within you.
Today we examine Genesis 19:1-16. What does it mean to be hospitable? Our lives can’t be revolving around ourselves but around those we live by, meet, and work with. How can we be welcoming and open to their needs and safety? Our commitment to others will be a light for them and a feeling of satisfaction…
We will examine Acts 11:1-18. The world is changing and we need to understand what the word says and what change can do for us. We must think differently and be the change agents.
This sermon is looking at John 10:22-30. We will examine listening in our lives. If we are going to call ourselves sheep we need to take time to listen and hear God’s voice and message for each of us. Distractions in our lives do not help but hide our abilities to focus on God’s message.
Worship service today referenced Acts 9:1-9. We examine how our own selfish ambitions can drive us away from God’s focus. Our ambition about ourselves in order to impress others is not what God’s message is about. Sacrifice self ambitions and live in the path of Jesus and his purpose.