don’t let fear and anxiety paralyze your prayers.
You don’t need to keep making excuses, because no one cares how good your excuses are. Jesus tells a story in Luke 14 where people give excuses instead of coming to the Master’s banquet. He is saying that our excuses have no place in the Kingdom of God. In order to grow in faith, we need to quit making excuses.
Stop saying, “God won’t give you more than you can handle.” God has a reason for too much in our lives.
Don’t take this one on alone. You need God’s spiritual authority to defeat the enemy. Many people don’t believe the devil and his demons even exist, but the Scriptures clearly teach that evil was cast out of people, Jesus came to defeat the power of death and Satan, and we can be free from the dominion of darkness.
Sometimes we feel inadequate to accomplish the calling God has for us, in our own power, but with God’s power, we can do everything in Christ. Join us for a lesson in what God thinks of you.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on “MY STORY”; Something Worth Stopping. What does God want for your life, and what is getting in the way? If you played out the rest of the story, what are you doing now that hinders God’s work in your life? You can choose to stop.Continue reading “Something Worth Stopping”
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the RED LETTER DAY, final words of Jesus from the cross. Jesus said, “I am thirsty.” – John 19:28. Jesus had fulfilled the Scripture, and completed all that he was sent to do, and now calls out in thirst. How does this reflect the missionContinue reading “Something To Drink”
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on Daniel 3, the fiery furnace. When you face trials of faith, do you stand strong, or do you compromise? We learn from this familiar story that the teenage friends of Daniel could stand strong in faith because of the convictions “outside the box”.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the shepherds’ encounter with angels who announce the birth of Jesus the Messiah. Though terrified, their lives went from outcast feelings of unworthiness, inadequacy, and being unloved. Our lives are transformed by the work of Jesus also.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on how to change our way of thinking from stuck in one place, to freedom in Jesus Christ. There are ways to change your thinking format and teach your mind to work for you, rather than fall victim to it’s wishes.