This is the second message in a new sermon series entitled ‘Breaking the Chains’, this message is based on Scripture found in 2 Corinthians 4:16-18. It is easy to see the discouragement in so many faces around us, especially in the turbulent days we are living in. Our God gives us clear instructions to help us overcome this atmosphere of despair. With His help we must learn to see beyond the depressing circumstances and diligently listen to His voice of truth. In addition let us always be mindful of the glory that awaits every true believer! May the Hope the Lord puts in our hearts help us to overcome.
This is the first message in a sermon series called ‘Breaking the Chains’, this message is based on two Scriptures from Isaiah. Our world today is consumed with fear and so many, including our Enemy are trying to lead us to the horror of panic. This prophet of old has three key elements that will protect all of us from succumbing to fear. First we must remember that as believers we are never alone; Secondly we must be willing to receive the strength God provides; Thirdly when the winds of distress begin to blow let us seek shelter under God’s mighty Wing. May we all realize that a loving faith leaves no room for fear!
This is the final message in a sermon series entitled ‘Life Changing Encounters’, based on Scripture found in John 4:4-30. Here we see that Jesus loves us all and was willing to cross all ethnic and cultural barriers to share the Good-news. This broken, lonely, and hurting woman was hungry for true love and hope; she found it in Christ. When her eyes were opened to the truth, she excitedly told everyone the Good-news and many became believers. Have you met the Savior? Do you have a story to share?
This is the second to last message in a sermon series entitled, ‘Life Changing Encounters’ based on Scripture found in Luke 19:1-10. Today we will meet a man who according to the worlds standards had everything money could buy, but he was still empty on the inside. He was searching for true love, true peace, and true fulfillment. He is about ready to meet the Savior his heart had been longing for his whole life! How about you? Come to saving faith and your heart will be filled with joy.
This is a message in a sermon series entitled ‘Life Changing Encounters’, based on Scripture found in Luke 18:35-43. Here we will discover that there are many different types of blindness. There are millions of people that suffer with the worst kind of blindness; spiritual blindness. Many others can see perfectly with their eyes, but are blind to the needs of others around them. Many others are blind to the plans and purposes of God, as he is working all around us. Come to Jesus by faith and receive your sight today!
This is a message from a sermon series entitled ‘Life Changing Encounters’, based on Scripture found in Luke 8:26-39. So many people are trapped in spiritual bondage today and may not even be aware of it. Today we will see a very graphic picture of the horrors of this type of imprisonment. The good news is that Jesus can break every chain and set us free. What is keeping you bound? Run to God and He will change your life!
This is another message in a sermon series entitled ‘Life Changing Encounters”, based on Scripture found in Luke 8:40-48. This actually a sermon that reminds us of two miraculous encounters that radically transformed two broken lives. We see an anxious father and an abandoned woman that had reached the point of complete desperation. Both courageously took a huge step of faith and asked Jesus for help. They joyfully discovered that the Savior was more than enough to meet their needs and heal their broken lives. We hope you will run to Him and be blessed!
This is the fourth message in a sermon series entitled ‘Life Changing Encounters’ based on Scripture found in Luke 7:11-17. We will discover that Jesus took time to minister to the hurting and he was moved to action by his heart of compassion. He truly cared for this grieving widow who had just lost her son, so he moved a mountain of pain with his mighty hand. When the town witnessed this miracle they could not keep their excitement to themselves! They told everyone that the Savior had come. How excited are you about what Jesus has done?