Sermons by Donnie Johnson (Page 12)
God asks Elijah, “what are you doing here”. Truth is after facilitating a remarkable miracle showing Israel that there is only one true God, Elijah then runs in fear. God asks that question to bring us to know that He is here, we are not alone. Listen for Him. He often speaks in a still quite voice.
It is good to ask questions, they help us understand ourselves better. When God asks questions it helps us know ourselves better and it helps us know Him better. When the Israelites were trapped between the Red Sea and the Egyptian army God asked Moses, “Why do you cry out to me … go forward.” Sometimes that is what we need to here. Have faith, trust in Him and move forward.
If we are thinking of serving others by trying harder, there we are missing something. Serving needs to be part of a spiritual discipline. Practice serving through your gifts and in serving sacrificially.
Prayer is very personal and seems to be instinctive and can be powerful. Lets talk about some practical methods to practice the spiritual discipline of prayer.
With the new year here it is a great time to be dedicated to some good spiritual disciplines. Let’s talk about reading scripture and prayer.
God has offered us extraordinary gifts, everyday and for eternity, but we need to be willing to receive them with gratitude and generosity.
Christmas is a real story about God fulfilling His promise and redeeming. Come join the family.
Jesus didn’t just see a crowd he saw individuals with eternal worth. Can we see people in the same way and change a life?
Jesus builds bridges across cultures and over barriers.
God tells the Israelites to seek the welfare of the city when they were exiled to Babylon. For he knows the plans for them, to prosper them. In a similar way we should seek the welfare of out city. Though we are exiles in this land and a culture separate from this culture. Have an impact.
LIferoads exists to help people become fully alive in Christ. Like the first church seen in Acts, be devoted to Gods word, Fellowship, Breaking of Bread and Prayer.
John 18:33 – 19:11 Philippians 3:20 1 Timothy 2:1-2