Sermons on Psalms
Another thing we need to make sure we add to our life if we want to keep hope alive is the encouragement of having good companions, good friends, authentic people who add value to our fellowship with one another.
In order to keep hope alive in our spirits, we must make sure we feed it properly. Hope can be a perishable commodity, so the proper ingredients are needed to keep it alive.
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?
We all wear labels. Some of them are helpful, accurately defining who and what we are. Others are lies that destroy us.
The culture of the world, for the most part, is built on lies. After all, we all tell lies. The only weapon that is effective at combatting a lie is the truth.
Trouble and anxiety seem like the new normal this year. A high percentage of people have declared that they are stressed out. Stress is a part of life; however, those who follow Christ ought to know how to deal with that stress.
What is man? Are we nothing more than another animal on our planet? Is there anything more to us than that? Today, we answer that question, along with answering a singular problem that we can’t fix.
Christians need a daily renewal of their spirit, unless they have achieved something even the Apostle Paul said he hadn’t achieved…perfection. In this message we look at why we need renewal, and what needs to be renewed.
As Christians, we are called to grow. By definition, growth requires change. Change is never easy, and will always require courage. Thankfully, we have a source for the courage we need.