Saying the words "I'm sorry" goes a long way especially when they're directed towards God. In this message the Prophet Daniel teaches us an important lesson when it comes to confessing our sins.
Sermon Tag: Repentance
God's patience is far greater than yours or mine. And yet, we're reminded that there is a limit to God's patience and we don't want to test that limit. Instead, we'll want to pay close attention to his warning signs so that we will remain firmly grounded in his grace and love.
Over the centuries, human beings have built and sculpted magnificent creations. King Nebuchadnezzar is credited for building one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Yet as great as his accomplishments were, the king later admitted that there is no one greater than the God of heaven.
Fear lets sin linger. When we see someone doing something wrong, we are so terrified of saying something, that we will do almost anything apart from confronting it. But God calls us to be courageous. His Word is filled with commands to correct, confront, and rebuke out of love for Jesus, love for the sinner, and love for those affected by the sinner’s actions. This message’s goal is peace, both the peace of addressing issues and the peace of mind knowing that you did something to address the sin in your midst.
The Prophet Elijah found himself in an impossible situation and yet the LORD God provided for him in unconventional ways proving that to this day our God can and will provide for us if we just trust in Him.
In this message you'll hear exclusive details about the conversation Jesus had with the two criminals nailed to his right and his left. That conversation had eternal consequences that still affect us today.
The season of Lent is a time to reflect on our life's choices, repent of our sins and find renewed hope in our Savior Jesus. Jonah chapter 3 is a special chapter of God's word that will help us do exactly that.
What would you do if you got thrown into a raging sea and then got swallowed by a massive fish/whale/sea creature? That's what happened to a prophet named Jonah and in this message he's going to teach us how hitting rock bottom doesn't mean our lives are over. Instead, it forces us to look up and see that God is our Savior.
The story of Judah and Tamar reveals two powerful truths: concealing your sins can ruin your life while confessing your sins can unburden your soul and allow for God's forgiveness and peace to change you from the inside out.
Relationships are messy because we're dealing with imperfect people. And every time we get hurt we have a choice, to either cancel the person who's hurt us or to cancel their debt by forgiving them. And when it comes to forgiveness we always need Jesus' help.