Sermons on Psalms
John 4:19-24 Psalm 98:4-9
Consistent reading of scripture can have a very powerful impact. We pray that you can move from a feeling of obligation and becomes a time of great pleasure.
Prayer is a discipline. It takes practice, it takes all sorts of forms and it is way more powerful than you think.
The Apostles Creed begins with believing in God the creator. God has made Himself plain in creation and sometimes we are too close to creation to recognize the creator.
Stories are meaningful. Stories are moving. Stories play a huge part in our lives in the day to day all the way up to changing ones life forever. We resonate with stories. There is one true story that tells all stories, it makes the most sense of the world. The story of the Bible. Today Creation. In the beginning God created.
Ecclesiastes – Pt.12 Wisdom builds, directs and is a blessing. Jesus is our source of wisdom.
Ecclesiastes – Pt.8 Wisdom in light of Gods sovereignty and our death. Thanks be to Jesus.
Ecclesiastes – Pt.5 Ecclesiastes presents three ways to live better.
Ecclesiastes – Pt.3 Time is powerful. Time is limited. God is sovereign over time. We need to trust Jesus with the fullness of the time we have been given.
Liferoads has made a big move. We moved buildings. Now What? First let’s ask, “Who are we?” We are rooted in the Bible as truth. We are Jesus is center. As Peter told Jesus, “To whom would we go? You have words of eternal life.” Let us prayerfully consider what God is calling us to next – in bringing life abundant (Jn 10:10b).
Everything that is good in your life comes from God. God IS good!
The Apostle Paul gives us an action plan in Philippians 4 for what to do when peace is replaced with anxiety and how to cultivate an environment of peace.