Does God always answer prayers the way we pray them? Is God responsible to answer everything we pray about? Some say that God always answer prayers, sometimes with a yes, sometimes with a maybe and sometimes with a no. Could there be anything in your life that may be blocking your prayer life with God? Could it be that we may not like the answers that God gives us when we pray? These questions are explored in this weekend sermon on “Why?”.
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Once in a while we get wrapped up too much into the emotion of feeling close to God, and forget the promises that God gave us in Scripture about His presence with us. We come together to learn about God’s promises for us through the Bible.
Jesus is no longer in the tomb, the grave is empty and the women tell the others. What are going to be your “famous last words” to the world, or to your family? You have a choice to make in faith. Either you believe and are saved, or you don’t and you won’t. We talk about the famous last words of John the Baptist, of Jesus, of the women and of the Great Commission. Don’t miss this Easter special.
This is our third sermon in the series “From This Day Forward” as we look at 5 ways to fail proof your marriage. You can work as hard as you want to make things right, but you have to have some fun together once in a while. Don’t neglect the joy in relationships. Don’t get too busy with the scheduling, the parenting, the managing of the home that you forget to make things fun together. Fun is not a luxury, it is a necessity in a healthy marriage.
We commit “From This Day Forward” to surrender our will to Jesus, seek God first, fight fair, have fun, stay pure and to never give up. Your marriage can be healthy as you seek God together. Learn with us to surrender yourself to the seeking of God and His Kingdom, and find healing for your marriage. Even if you’re not married (yet), or want to be again, God wants us all to seek Him first.
Jesus taught us to pray “forgive us our sins, as we have forgive those who have sinned against us.” What if we don’t forgive others, will God not forgive us? What does this mean for true biblical community in our time? Can we be the church if we don’t learn to forgive? Join us for another teaching of the meaning of the Lord’s Prayer in Matthew’s Gospel. You won’t be disappointed.