"faith" Tagged Sermons
The core of Christian life is faith. Faith is not a mindless, blind following of some fanciful ideas. Faith is based upon a relationship that leads to strong confidence and reliance. Is that what your faith is like?
Life is difficult, and there will always be voices that make it even more difficult. Who we listen to matters, so let’s make sure we listen to the right voice, and that we refuse to quit! We need a steadfast faith.
This particular passage in Joshua is one that contains some difficult concepts. How serious is sin to an absolutely holy and righteous God? What do we do when we face circumstances where God’s actions are…hard to understand? It all comes down to faith…
As we continue our look at spiritual growth we have been confronted with the need for courage, and now we have to look at how that courage is put into use, by taking a risk.
A dead faith can still appear to be very religious. The problem is that we were never called to be religious, we have been called to be faithful.
Getting better at something almost always requires practice–effort–work. When Paul tells the church at Philippi that they must “work out their salvation” this is what Paul is saying. We have to put effort into our spiritual growth.
Mother’s Day is a great day to learn a lesson or two from a Mom who did something pretty amazing when faced with a desperate circumstance.
Giving is always a touchy subject. The Apostle Paul made a very clear point about giving–the more you seed you sow, the greater the harvest! There are blessings when we give cheerfully, willingly and freely.
We all ask this question from time to time, “Why, God?” Why do we face the things we face? In this first message of the series, we will look at the reality of disease.
In this conclusion to our series of messages, Living Our Faith, we have a summary of what faith accomplishes, as well as a final challenge.