Every day life can have a lot of things that try to get us off track with our walk with the Lord Jesus. One big area that the enemy uses is fear! Look at what Jesus says to his disciples while they are being bombarded with fear.
In Mark 4, Jesus tells us that He wants us to have good fruit in our lives, but we have something to do. We have a part to play. Let’s see what our part is! Pastor Dee teaches her final installment in her series, “How’s Your Dirt.”
In Mark 4, Jesus talks to his disciples about not feeding our flesh, “the wildlife!” If we do, we’re going to have troubles in our life. So what can we do? The apostle Paul gives us the answer.
In Mark 4, Jesus tells us that things are going to try and creep into our hearts and choke God’s word so it won’t produce in our life. What are those things and what do I have to do?
Jesus tells us a story about dirt, but really the dirt is referring to us & our heart. He gives us specific direction on taking care of our heart. Let’s look at Mark 4 & see what our responsibility is.
Why do we gather on Sunday? Why do we get out of bed on Sunday morning to drive across town to sit in a room with a bunch of people? It’s not really just about the worship or the message. It’s about two little words: one another. Let’s look at why we gather according to scripture.
Not everything God asks you to do is what you actually want to do. Let’s look at Jonah’s adventure, when he didn’t do what God asked of him. We can all relate with him!
It’s wild that God forged relationships with a bunch of guys with sketchy characters! They had big issues in their lives & “bad” reputations. The crazy thing is that He’s not looking for perfect people. That’s why He sent Jesus! Let’s look at this amazing story of Easter.
Nothing makes God smile more than you & I acting like Him, especially in loving people! So how can we learn to walk in the God kind of love when we have “challenging” people in our lives?
Pastor Dee teaches the forth message in her series about pleasing God. God smiles when we’re generous to His kingdom! Let’s look at 3 reasons God smiles when we’re generous.
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