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Being comparative stems from discontentment in life, which leads to bitterness and joy stealing. A life of comparison leads to a life of joy stealing. Our joy should come from Jesus Christ.
God never promised life would not be difficult. But He did promise to use our difficulties for His glory. Like the Apostle Paul, we must learn to turn our difficulties into dividends.
There is only one way to meet God personally, and that is through Jesus Christ. Fellowship with God starts at the cross, continues in the church, and will last for eternity. Do you have fellowship with God? Do you know Him?
When we accepted Christ into our lives, we became disciples of Jesus, who is our King. Our King has a Kingdom, and our mindset should be focused on His Kingdom and not our own. Who’s kingdom are you working for?
In this weeks message, Pastor John shows us that darkness is simply the absence of light. As believers we must stand in a dark world and present the light of Jesus Christ, so that the lost can be found, and God can be glorified.
Pastor John takes us on a journey through the Gospel in this weeks message. Scripture makes it very clear that salvation comes completely from the Grace of God. If you are asking the question, “What must I do to be saved?” You will find your answer here!
Once we believe in the death and resurrection of Jesus, and place our trust in Him for salvation and forgiveness, we become disciples of Christ. Many believers today do not live as disciples of Jesus, even though that is what they are called to do. Pastor John explains what true discipleship is in this sermon, and he also shows us how we can live a life that shows the world what being a disciple of Jesus looks like.
With Independence Day in mind, Pastor John showed us what freedom really means in last weeks message. Many people live with physical freedom, but do so in Spiritual bondage. Christ came so that we may have abundant life and live in true freedom, and that freedom can never be taken away.
God expects His children to produce fruit. Sometimes that can be hard. Many believers struggle with living a life that is consistent with their faith. Why is that? Pastor John takes us into Scripture and shows us how we can be believers who produce fruit and not foliage. If you struggle with living a consistent Christian life, you need to listen to this message, and allow the Holy Spirit to work in your life.
God has a specific calling on each of our lives. It is our job to be faithful and obedient to Him, and He will lead us in the direction that He desires for us to go.