A Promise Made Is A Promise Kept
Today we're beginning a new series called Standing on the Promises. To begin we’ll look at three ways you can respond to the promises of God. These three things will help you to experience the full benefit of all the good things that God wants to give t
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Most of us would affirm the idea that God is "everywhere." We don't question that. But we do sometimes question the idea that God is with us, next to us, in our presence, right here, right now, wherever we may be. Today we’ll look at his promise that he
Today we'll look at a promise that may not be the most obvious promise on the list… but I consider it to be one of the most precious, because it has to do with the meaning of life, and the reason we're here. Here's the promise: You have a purpose.
We're in the 4th week of our series Standing On Promises of God. The promise we'll be looking at today is: For God's people, everything works out for the best, every time.
Today as we continue our series Standing on the Promises of God, we'll look at the topic of prayer. We’ll focus on one specific area of this vast and marvellous subject which is Answered Prayer.
Today we're talking about the promise of God's peace. This promise is found throughout the Bible. We’ll look specifically at Isaiah 26:3 to help us take the steps we need to take in order to fully experience the promise of God's peace.
You were created to be generous in all areas of your life, in your work, in your relationships, in your service, and in your finances. Today we’ll look at 3 characteristics of a giving lifestyle. These are the attitudes that we need to adopt.
Today we're wrapping up our series on the promises of God. I want to conclude this series with a promise I hope you'll never forget: God has promised to remember no more the sins of your past.