Fall Campaign 2015: God's Plan for His People
Nothing is more important than preparing for the Lord’s coming. Malachi reminds us of this at the end of the Old Testament. God is prepared. We are created and called to be like Him.
Suffering is something to be avoided if at all possible today. Pain management is big business. So what are we to do with what the Bible tells us Jesus had to go through for us?
Today marks a major shift in our study of God’s plan for His people. Up until now we have looked at the things the Bible says about God’s people in the context of history: what happened to God’s people. Today, and through the rest of our Old Testament survey (which ends the last Sunday of this month) we begin looking at God’s plan for his people from the view point of…
We’ve seen how misplaced fears mess up faith but how walking in the fear of the Lord brings faith, strength and courage. Now we will see how faith, strength and courage in Christ lead us to victorious celebrations.
What is the biblical difference between being cowardly and being courageous? A coward bows to fears, the courageous Christian faces them with faith in God’s strength. How do we develop strength and courage in Christ? That’s what we will see in today’s sermon.