Even though God sees everything that we think and do because we have free will we are expected to “fess up” to God. As Isaiah 64 says “all our righteousness is as filthy rags”.
Our God is greater than anyone or anything so its time to wise up and put our hope in the Lord!
As we look to the year ahead we must also remember to “Look Up” Isaiah 40 v 1 – 11
To kick off our new series we look at what making your life “all about” Christ actually means.
What does God require of us? Learn how we are to connect with God and others.
Will you be crippled by fear or freed by faith? In this sermon you will hear about Jesus’ antidote to anxiety.
After the Lord’s prayer in Matthew 6, Jesus said “Forgive us our debts as we also have forgiven our debtors”. The Lord’s prayer is filled with lots of incredible information, but Jesus picks this one key point to follow up on, this one idea to say a few more words about. Have you ever stopped to…
In Mathew 5 v 28 we are reminded that it’s not only our actions that can be sinful, but also our hearts and minds “But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart”.
Do you have anger and bitterness issues? This sermon gets to the heart of the matter.
Are you being salt and light in your world?