At this point in The Story, humanity's relationship with God is broken because of their rebellion. The question is, what will God do? The answer reveals a God who keeps his promise, regardless of the cost. You're going to want to hear this one.
Sermon Tag: Preacher: Matt Agresti
Have you ever been through a season in life and wondered, "God, where were you in that?" Israel had been through 100s of years worth of it, but when one Israelite saw Jesus for the first time - everything changed. Maybe everything can change for you too?
God so loved the world that he invested everything in it. How are we called to invest ourselves for him?
Fill in the blank: if ____, then I'll be ok. For each of us, we fill in that blank differently. The problem is that the blanks usually come up blank and we don't find what we're looking for. Check out this message and find out how to fill in the blank better.
We all need someone who knows our potential, whether or not we know it ourselves. And that's just it: often times, we don't know it ourselves. But here's the good news: God knows it, and we believe God has created us all for something more.
When you get to know what matters to them, you show them they matter. And that matters. Because everybody needs somebody who knows what matters to them.
If you want to live the kind of life that gives hope, begin by knowing a few names. Everybody needs somebody who knows their name.
Peace. Peace that we can’t understand. Peace that lasts through any circumstance. Peace that ends our every war. Sounds pretty good. I know I could use that. How about you?
Faith can be tough stuff, because faith always traverses the frontier where light meets dark. It’s too tough a road to go it alone, and in fact, we can’t. We shouldn’t even try, because you don’t have to. We are here for you. And you’re here for us too.
Some of us revel in our yesterdays. Some of us would rather forget. And some of us can’t. But all of us need to know yesterday’s importance so that we can set out towards tomorrow today.