People need people. It's a universal truth. And it's especially true that we need each other because sometimes we can't see what God is doing in our lives without the help of our fellow Christians.
Sermon Tag: Support
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 hope every New Year is that the troubles and traumas of the past year will simply fade away. From past experience we all know it doesn't work like that. Fortunately, though, our God who is greater than a number on a calendar has solutions for all of our problems.
It doesn't matter if you're extraverted, introverted or somewhere in between we all need each other. In fact, we can't truly win at life without the support of godly people. That's why God teaches us that life is better together.
When it comes to generosity, the temptation is to compare yourself to others. Thankfully God views generosity on an individual basis and his greatest concern isn't the amount you give but why you give it.
God didn't create any of us to live life alone in isolation. That's why life is always better together.
Did you know there's a right way and a wrong way to judge others? There is and Jesus is going to tell us how in this message.