Jesus was connected to God, the Father. He prayed that we would be connected (or "one") with each other and connected with Him. But we are also to be, as Jacob's ladder, a connection to heaven, to bring the Kingdom of God to earth to one another, and to those who don't know Jesus. We are His ambassadors, assigned to connect with Christ, to connect with the Church (universal), and to connect with the least, lost, and forgotten. It's time to get connected! The message begins with the sermon from Carlock and the St. Paul's message is given at around 25:40
What is God's will? How do we know His will for our life? Today's sermon will lightly address this subject. St. Paul's sermon begins at the start of the recording. Carlock's sermon begins at minute 27.
To come in to the Presence of God is to see yourself as you really are.... The sermon at Carlock begins at the beginning of the recording and the St. Paul's sermon begins at minute 24.
Is pride allowed in the Christian life? We will address this today in the sermon.
In this message, we will discuss the freedom we have, through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit, to overcome anger toward others. We will examine Jesus' attitude toward His disciple's anger and how the heavenly realm of angels deals with the offensive so that we can better understand what God's will is for when we encounter frustrations.
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!