Exposition of Psalm 13. David struggles with thoughts and feelings of despair but through prayer returns to a place of faith, trust and joy. A very important message for all believers who at times struggle with the "how long O Lord" question.
Do you worry? If so, the apostle Paul says "Stop!" In today's message, Pastor Steve will not only show you how to stop worrying but give Paul's antidote to worry. Join us today as we look at Philippians 4:6-9.
Does the devil think that he can win?
In Matthew 4, Jesus is led out into the wilderness, where He was tempted for forty days by the devil. What did the devil think he was going to accomplish? And what was the Father's purpose in allowing His Son to undergo this?
Other Questions That We'll Answer:
A) What was the object of each of the three temptations?
B) Why did Jesus refer to Scripture at each opportunity?
C) How was Christ's temptation related to Adam's in Genesis 3?
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Toby Holt
Fear is a part of everyone's daily existence. It keeps you from doing dumb things, but it can also prevent you from doing good things. A lot of our fear we don't even notice because it just comes in the form of an anxiety response in our bodies. But when does fear cross the line into cowardice?
Having given directions to the elders in 5:1-4, Peter turns his attention to the rest of the church. He reminds us all the we are to place the Lord at the center of our hearts and minds. The thesis for the sermon is that because God cares for you, you must trust Him. The way in which your trust Him is by showing humility before one another, and before God. You can't do anything on your own, so humble yourself before God and remember that he cares for you.