Sermons on John
I think that sometimes Christians get locked into a perception that God only ‘works’ in the church setting. However, it seems pretty apparent that this is NOT the case.
In our current world, hope is something that seems in short supply. A global pandemic, division and hatred spurring social disturbances, and an international scene that seems on the edge of destruction. How can we have hope?
This week we look at a label that gets applied to all of us, sooner or later–outcast.
A special message from Joel McGill concerning the need for unity among the family of God and how the fruits of the Spirit are what we need for our time.
Our journey to the heart of God has been illuminating. We have seen His heart for the hurting, for the outcasts, for the doubters, and for the faithful that need encouragement. Now, we see where the journey ends; at a cross where Jesus will die for our sins.
We have looked at the heart of God and how He seeks the hurting, the outcasts, and even the doubters. In this message, we see that God is also seeking the faithful, in order to help them remain faithful!
Doubt is universal, even among the most solid of Christians. However, our God has a heart for doubters.
Even the coolest of cool kids will experience pain. They will experience hurt. No one is immune to it, and we all have to deal with it. Thankfully, our God has a heart for the hurting.
As our journey to experience the heart of God continues we take a stop at a well. We see something that is eye-opening, God has a heart for outcasts!
A good book will always reveal the general direction of the story in the early part of the account. John’s gospel is no different, as we get a glimpse of where we are going in this message.