Last week we learned the hard truth that while money can help make life easier in some ways, it cannot bring true happiness and fulfillment. This week we see that as much as money lets us down in life, its ultimate failure to deliver on its promises happens in death.
A common misconception is that Christians don’t get depressed … or at least they shouldn’t get depressed. Saying depressions shouldn’t happen only serves to make God’s people – who already feel guilty and weak – even more guilty and weak. Christians do suffer from depression. The Lord has a message for you in your depression. The Lord removes your guilt. This Sunday marks the start of the Advent season, a time of preparation before our Christmas celebration.
“Though with a scornful wonder The world sees her oppressed, By schisms rent asunder, By heresies distressed…” We continue our sermon series under the theme One Foundation. We’ll see that our God protects the church from enemies inside and out! There are plenty of problems in the church. How can we work through those? We’ll look and see God’s plan for taking care of trouble on the inside this Sunday.
How many times should I forgive me brother? How many times should God forgive us? Our God has forgiven all of our debts. In our message this morning Jesus talks to a man about forgiveness but he uses the topic of thankfulness to make his point. Watch, and see if this applies to you.
Have you ever felt like there aren’t enough commandments? Do you ever feel like you’re walking around with a giant gold star on your back because God just can’t get enough of you?! Well then I have the sermon for you! In this Seeking Mercy Sunday we’re going to explore the love of God for people who don’t think they need it.
Jonah is a fascinating book not only because Jonah was given a second chance, but also because Nineveh – the last people who deserved the gospel – were given a second chance. What was it that frustrated Jonah at the end of the book? The answer might surprise you!