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The Promise of Hope
Romans 28:8 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
In an uncertain world, there is a certain God. It is important to anchor in God to find our peace. All things good or bad work together for good for those he has called. He allows things to happen to prove His ability. We didn’t know this was going to happen but God did. There are many examples in the word of God that show how things work together for good to those called according to His purpose. Joseph was a favored child who was sold into slavery, went to prison even when he tried to do the right thing and yet still found himself in a bad position. In prison, he couldn’t see how God’s hand was at work. It was two years before the butler remembered him and Pharaoh had a dream and then the butler remembered Joseph who was in prison. The entire time, Joseph was in the jail wondering why he was in the position he was in. The same God that brought Joseph through his situation will bring God’s children through this as well. Pharaoh asked Joseph to interpret the dream and Joseph told him it was God who would share the vision. Joseph shared the importance of the vision and Pharaoh asked him to be second in command. Those that didn’t prepare for the famine that Joseph revealed to the Pharaoh and you find his brothers coming to Egypt for help during the famine. Joseph’s vision of his brothers bowing to him was reality when they came in and bowed down. No one knows what will happen but God’s word is true above everything else. I may not understand what he allows but His will is perfect. If we are a child of God we may have hard times and we may not understand why they are happening. If we get in the word of God and read it, we can know it will work out for God’s children in the end. It is important to be his child to have the hope shared today. My peace comes through God because my faith, trust and soul is in the hands of a mighty God. If God has spoken to your heart and you need hope it is only found in Christ.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on April 8, 2020 (Wednesday).
Do You Believe In God?
John 3:1-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
In this story we see that Jesus knew the condition of Nicodemus’ heart. He knew what was going to happen and how it was going to end. Nicodemus knew God but he didn’t believe on Jesus. This happens in todays time all over. Many of people know there is a god and will boldly claim they know god or even Jesus. But they don’t know them thru a personal relationship of salvation. The spirit has to be manifest in you. You can’t be born again unless you’ve been called by the spirit of God. When Jesus for you to be saved, you will more than likely remember the time and quit possibly the place. Also in most times, you will not know when it’s coming and you won’t know when it will leave. It’s just like the breeze that blows. You can’t see it and you don’t know where it comes from. Sometimes the spirit of God has to challenge us. It has to do this because it keeps us in check. There are preachers standing in pulpits trying their best to show you who the Son of God is and yet people sit and will not know. God loved us so much that He sent His only son to this world. He wasn’t sent to condemn the world. Those that don’t believe condemn themselves. All we would have to do is to believe in Him. Why don’t people want to believe in Jesus? Because it’s natural for people to love evil. People do things usually because they want something in return, greed. It’s easy to say and to think there is a god. It’s easy to say that you’re a good person. If God is all loving then He won’t send you to Hell. If you’re one of those that says that, then your deeds are evil and you can’t admit that they are. If you choose that at the time of your death then you have made your own decision to live in Hell for eternity. Christ came and died for you because He loves you. God made a way of escape and you must choose it in order to go to Heaven. Salvation is a personal thing. The day that He convicts you of your sins, it becomes personal. He comes to you and speaks to you. You may have attended church all your life and never seen Jesus as being lifted up. This might be your time, it might be that Jesus is calling your name.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on September 29, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
How far are you willing to go for Jesus?
Mark 2:1-12 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
How far are you willing to go for Jesus?
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on July 7, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
Who Is God In Your Life?
Isaiah 45:5-7 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
You need to ask yourself why you attend church. Some will say it's because you want to worship God. Do you realize who God really is though? Isa 45:7, we fail a lot of times of knowing just who God is. Who is He in your life? There is a false doctrine that's commonly called the "little god doctrine" which puts God on the same level as us as humans. They believe they can live an upright sinless life and as long as they live that way they can do anything God can do. The bible teaches us that there is no one that's sinless but Jesus Christ Himself. We ALL fall short of the kingdom of God. Jesus Christ was NOT just a man, He was God incarnate. This means that Jesus was sinless and there is none that will ever be like Him. God is all knowing, nothing takes God by surprise. God does not operate on a knee jerk reaction. God knows if you're going to fall away from Him before it ever happens. If you'll stop and think about who God really is then your worship would change. You're view would change from the troubles in your life to the one who truly controls everything in your life. God is not your crutch, He is not your copilot.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on January 23, 2019 (Wednesday).
The Perfect Love of God
1 John 4:11-21 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Gods love allows one to be awake each morning. People are scared of a lot of things. Torment is a type of fear. Being tormented is a case of worry and can cause lack of sleep. Some fears of life is being alone. If one was left alone for sometime they would begin to go crazy. The truth of life though is that You're never alone. God is always there and always will be. Our love as a human is not perfect but conditional. We love because of but God loves in spite of. We all have a fear of failure. The little voice in our head is always telling us we can't do something because we are not good at it. But with God all things done thru Him are perfect. 1 John 2:2; means that if we are walking with God that when we do fail He will take of it. Most everyone are afraid of death. The fear of death is something we have no control of and those things most fears. The perfect love of God casts out the fear of death. Once we die with Christ we will live forever with Christ. If death finds you while you're lost then an eternal Hell, fire and torment will be your forever home. What are you afraid of?
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on November 14, 2018 (Wednesday).
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