Have you ever felt like you really messed up, that there is no way God could forgive you for something? In this sermon series "God, You Want Me to Do What?", we are going to tackle the sometimes-not-so-easy fact that no matter what, "Know That You Are Loved". He loves us so much, and we need to recognize that and not believe the lies of the enemy that tell us that we are unlovable, that we have gone too far to receive God's grace, and that we need to repent for the same sin over and over and over when in fact, it was forgiven the first time. He stands at the door knocking, waiting for you to let Him in so that He can come be more fully part of your life. This sermon begins with a relevant children's sermon and goes on in to the adult version.
Have you ever needed an answer to one of life's tough decisions that you must make? Maybe you needed it right then and there, but perhaps you were being lead several different directions. We have all been at that point! How do you hear the voice of God? This sermon will discuss several different aspects of the voice of God and how one can hear His voice in the midst of all the other voices pulling you to and fro.
As Christians, we have a responsibility to share the gospel with others who don't know Jesus, but also, to encourage one another in the assembly of believers. If we are not building each other up and instead fussing and fighting, how will people see Jesus in us? Let us work together as a church and as people of God to get along with one another. Jesus said they will knows us by our love for one another. Let's get out there and love some people so people can see the Jesus in us!
From the sermon series "Jesus, You Want Me to Do What?", this sermon reexamines the "ask, believe, receive" statement. Is our heart in the right place when we ask? Do we want things for personal pleasure or do we want things because we share in the heart of God, wanting His will to be done on Earth as it is in heaven?
Jason Humberd worked for eleven years as a teacher, then answered his call to ministry, leaving second grade to teach all God's children from ages 2 to 110!