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Would You Trade What You’ve Got?
Mark 8:34-38 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God has a perfect plan for your life but we choose the wrong ways a lot of times. When God gives you the opportunity to be saved, don’t chose another options. Take His invitation and accept Him as your savior. We are poor and undone but God that owns and creates everything gives us all things, 2 Cor 8:9. One can’t earn what God can give and one can’t work to get what God gives. John 16:20, it’s hard to see joy in people anymore. Being saved means that God has taken all of the sorrows and turned them into joy. A born again believer should be the happiest persons. God gives you peace beyond understanding. One can’t buy peace, John 14:27.
Preached by Harrison Hill on February 9, 2020 (Sunday Morning).
How Do You Stand?
Philippians 4:1 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The first problem with folks that can’t stand is that they stand from afar. They don’t want to be on the front line. They don’t want the conflict. They just want to follow and not take a lead role. Some simply wish to not be identified. We often don’t stand because we don’t ask for help. I order to ask for help one must become humble. Usually that requires one to repent, ask for forgiveness. God says the only thing we have to do is to ask. How long do we have to stand? We must stand as long as we are living. God is always there to help to get to the reward. How do we stand? There will come a day in your life when you’ll have to stand on the Word of God. No matter what comes against you, stand with Jesus.
Preached by Harrison Hill on March 10, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
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