Sermons on Trust
Sunday Morning Series: Letters From Prison
Wednesday Night Series: The Book of Genesis
Wednesday Night Service: The Book of Genesis
As Judah sees the enemy approaching, God has an amazing word for them: “Do not be afraid nor dismayed because of this great multitude, for the battle is not yours, but God’s.” We often forget that God is for us, and if God is for us who can be against us. Do we rest in that truth or do we frantically try to fight opposition on our own?
Asa is the new king of Judah and he turns things around. He directs people back to the Lord and they are greatly blessed. As an army of a million soldiers comes against them, Asa has such confidence in the Lord, that he calls out and says, ‘Lord, it is nothing for you to help!’ We learn some great lessons and application for us today through Asa’s example.
In this study we take a look at some events preceding the reign of David and early events of his reign. In them we learn the importance of seeking and trusting God.
We continue looking at the section known as the Psalms of Ascent. These were Psalms recited by the Jews as they made their way to Jerusalem to celebrate the three main annual feasts. They sang with excitement and joy as they anticipated worshipping God.
Job finally gets his audience with God, but it goes much different than what he had imagined. Instead of God bringing an answer as to the why’s of his suffering, God appears simply as the Answer. Job doesn’t get information about his situation, he gets a revelation of the greatness of God. Bible Text: Job 38-39
We begin our study through the book of Job looking at the Sovereignty of God and the importance of trusting Him. We don’t always know what is happening behind the scenes as is evident in these chapters. Our lives will either exist to bring glory to God or bolster the enemies work. Bible Text: Job 1:1-2:13