God is generous in many ways. In particular, He's generous in that He knows us, loves us and saves us!
This series revolves around the profound theme of Christ's second coming. It unfolds with a foundational exploration of the promise embedded in scripture, progresses to a keen examination of the signs indicative of these times, and concludes by urging the congregation to actively live in expectation of Jesus' imminent return. The series aims to deepen the faith of believers, fostering a sense of anticipation and readiness for the fulfillment of biblical prophecies.
In this series, we'll delve into the concept of the "Bait of Satan," which revolves around personal offense and its far-reaching effects. Falling into the trap of offense, a cunning trap used by Satan, leads to bitterness, anger, resentment, and spiritual powerlessness. It also has the potential to cause church divisions, harm relationships, and create spiritual bondage.
We'll emphasize the importance of self-examination, repentance, and seeking God's truth and forgiveness. This series draws inspiration from John Bevere's book, "The Bait of Satan," and references sermon outlines from Calvary Chapel Nuevo California. Join us as we explore ways to break free from this insidious trap and grow spiritually.
In this series, we'll see how lots of people spend their whole lives running from God. They are convinced that God is out to get them. They don't want to face God. They don't want to talk to God. They don't even want to take the time to think about God.
Other people, maybe even you, know God but they run away from the plans He has for their lives. They have even worshiped Him, but now they are heading in a different direction. Sometimes they find themselves running from God's will for their lives because they struggle with pride and they don’t want God’s will in their lives, they want their will instead. This was the case in the life of Jonah. Perhaps Jonah is the most striking biblical example of a man trying to run away from God.
What's it take to live for God? This series answer that question and more.
In challenging times, our perspective can become clouded. What seems to be true might simply be the result of friction in our lives. God can help us to see clearly and provide direction as he guides us through the stress and the struggles. Join us for our new sermon series as we learn to find God in times of friction and overcome the obstacles.
This Christmas, celebrate the greatest gifts we could ever be given. Jesus’s birth changed everything and brings us hope, love, joy, and peace even today!