We need to obey the call of God the Father, and work a little bit with our faith, so that God’s blessing on his people might come through our obedience.
How do you share your faith in Jesus? Are you a jerk about it? Do you have to convert people to the faith and make it all about “you”?
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.
When we “excuse” our way out of sin, we end up never needing the Savior to forgive us.
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.
The devil is out to get us to believe a lie and say that we are stuck in our ways. God says we have divine powers to demolish strongholds in life. Join us for this biblical look at freedom.
Join us as we talk about John 15 in how God has our faith grow to produce fruit. We talk about God’s purpose in our lives as we seek to know Jesus. How is your faith growing?
Our response to God in worship is that our hearts pour out to cry to God. God can handle your cry to him, no matter how you feel.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on Elijah’s depression in 1 Kings 19. When, after a tremendous spiritual success, Elijah’s mood changes, he runs away and wants to die. He is faced with impending doom, and instead of turning to God, he turns away from God, hides in a cave, and distancesContinue reading “God’s Remedy For The Blues”