Philip Lanning • Congregation Beth Messiah • Sermon • • 51 views • 2:25:12
When we see God for Who He is we will love as He loves Yamim Noraim Days of Rejoicing or Days of Judgement ? Story of the merciful professor. His love and mercy changed me forever. I never cheated on a test again. Haven’t we all experienced something like that? Our greatest memories were Some of our…
Your Big Idea
Rev. Dr. Jim Carder • Pathway Church of the Nazarene • Sermon • • 13 views • 30:17
Charles Wesley said our call is “to serve the present age”. It begins by having a faith that is alive and growing. That is, to be able to say, at the end of your life, that you lived and you died knowing why you were created, knowing what you were made to be, and knowing what you were made to do. And so the question in Part One of finding your big idea is this: What is the purpose of life?
Transformation is a key aspect of the Christian's life. Many have believed in and experienced the rewards of hard work in the world and yet often in our own emotions and our relationship with God we hit a wall. Trying harder doesn't bring change alone. In fact, it can block transformation. What is the way forward? Do we give up? Do we simply give in to nothingness? What options are there beyond "try harder"? Join us Sunday at 10 AM for Triggered No. 2: When "Try Harder" Isn't Working. 2 Cor 3:17-18, Romans 12:2)
Listen this week as Pastor Leo discusses joy, an often elusive fruit of the spirit. How can we identify parts of our life that kill joy, and what can we do to be more joyful?
We wrongly assume that information and facts alone will change us. But the truth is, imagination is a tool that can be shaped for transformation. The Bible calls this spiritual seeing and hearing. Re-presenting old memories, now with Jesus present, can take away the power they have over us and re-program our triggers. Understanding how to use our imagination is a core component of following Jesus and living in victory. Join us at 10 AM this Sunday to learn more and journey together
Why did the prophets prphesy and what did they think about their own prophecies? Is the Old Testament written for New Testament believers? Cooper answers both of these questions in this weeks sermons.