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09/10/17 The Wisdom of a King
09/17/17 The Foolishness of a King
God appeared to Solomon during the night and asked him “What do you want? Ask, and I will give it to you!”. Based on verses like this one, some believe that all you have to do is ask God and He will give it but, as we’ll see, that’s not what God promises. He promises to give us what we need and that’s different than what we want. How should we ask in a manner that pleases God? Read the message and learn how.
Solomon had everything to be successful but he ended up defeated because he mishandled God’s blessings. As Christians we have God's favor, but that is no guarantee that we will finish well. God can give you wealth, wisdom, power, but you have to handle those things under his guidance. And if we don’t do it we’ll lose it all as it happened with Solomon. Let’s look at his mistakes:
Perhaps you’ve felt so discouraged that you thought about giving something. Maybe your job, your marriage, a church or even God. In the Bible we find great men and women of God that became discouraged in the same way that you and I get discouraged from time to time. We are all susceptible to discouragement and it is important to know how to face it when it comes.
Parents are part of God's plan for the life of their children. As a mother and father, God asks you to teach them, that you prepare them to follow him, and that you set a Christian example in their lives. Behind a great man of God there is usually a mother and father who fear, honor and serve God. Jochebed teaches us that there are moments in our lives when we have done everything we can, we have said everything we could say, and there is nothing else to do but to release the person, the circumstance, the problem into the hands of God.
05/13/18 Mother's day Sermon
10/01/17 Do not surrender
06/03/18 Handling Unjust Suffering
The pain and harm that is caused by unjust suffering is one of the worst things that someone can go through. In this type of trials some become stronger while others are deeply wounded and never recover. Perhaps the injustice is to be a victim of domestic violence or perhaps it is a false rumor that threatens to destroy a person's reputation. Whatever it is, most people when confronted with injustice want revenge and are resentful, but we should not forget the Psalm 146.7 that says that God keeps every promise forever. He gives justice to the oppressed…
In Matthew 11.28-30 Jesus promises a different life when he said: Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light. In these verses Jesus promises to give his children a life of rest! If this is true, then why is that very few seemed to be living it?