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Overcoming Fear with Faith: Part 2 | Message 18 (WIP)
This message is part two in a study of why, we as believers are so fearful about problems in life and how to can gain in faith and live in peace even in the worst of times.
We have example after example of how God has chosen to work with His creation to see what they would do with the free will He gave them.
Jeremiah wrote in chapter 17 verse 10; “I the LORD search the heart, I try the reins, even to give every man according to his ways, and according to the fruit of his doings.” The LORD is interested in how we respond when things are out of our control and the more difficult the circumstances the more important our responses are to God.
King David found himself in a great distress that is a perfect example of how we can stay faithful even during the worst of times. The story is found in 1Samuel chapter 30, “And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God.” The way David encouraged himself was remembering the many times that God had delivered in the past. In the same way he did when he faced Goliath, by remembering being delivered from a lion and a bear as he tended his father’s sheep.
For us in these last days we need to keep in mind Luke 21:28, “And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.”
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- Jer. 9:24
- Mk. 12:28-34
- Eph. 3:1-6
- Col. 1:9-18
- Rom. 3:10-12
A bumpy week, Applying what we learned from Pt-1 (Pray, Trust, Remember, Wait, Ask self, Not a test, Don’t yield, The greatest sin for believers), The glory in the heavens, Knowing God, Overwhelmed with God, When God is near, The understanding and love connection, One of 7 mysteries, Seeing problems from God’s view point, Knowing God better, Self destructive, Changing from glory to glory, Working in love, Joy in opportunity, Duty or passion, The nature of the flesh, Amazed in God’s presence, The center of your affections, From the Fathers hand.
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Overcoming Fear with Faith: Part 1 | Message 17 (WIP) This message is the first part in a study of why, we as believers, are so fearful about problems in life and how we can gain in faith and live in peace even in the worst of times. In Mark chapter 4, Jesus calmed the sea, saving all those with...
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