Nov 17, 2019
You’ll Get Through It
Series: General
Acts 27:13-26
- Paul was in prison for two years for false accusations.
- Two years those who hated Paul, wanted to kill him after vowing not to eat until it was done.
- Paul appealed to Caesar to be free.
- The storm went on for days.  They could not see sun, light, starts, all it did was rain.  And it go so bad they did not want to eat and lost all hope.
- We will get through our storm.
- No one escapes a storm.
- Sometimes the storms that come in our life are because of the decisions we made.
- Some of the things we try to get rid of we think will stop the storm, but "things" did not start the storm.
- Day after day of not seeing any light, the men lost all hope.  We will never get out of the storm.
- Sometimes the storms strip us of all life.
- There comes a time when we have to face the consequences of our decisions.
 - We have to own our decisions, if we don't own today's bad decisions, we will keep making them tomorrow.
- Sometimes we have to come face to face with our bad decisions.
- God answers our prayer.  He doesn't cancel the storm, but He promises that we will get through it.
- The storm will not kill us is the greater revelation.
- We will lose something in the storm as a result of our decisions.
- You will get through the storm, but you will also suffer loss.
-When you suffer shipwreck, you need to watch where you are walking.
- When God promises you will get through the storm, that is an act of mercy.
- God can and will rebuild your ship after the storm, because He has need that you go somewhere else.
- Sometimes our storms are the result of someone else's decision making.  Sometimes the result of our connections.
- God is not promising that storm will not come, His promise is that you will get through it.
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  • Nov 17, 2019You’ll Get Through It
    Nov 17, 2019
    You’ll Get Through It
    Series: General
    Acts 27:13-26
    - Paul was in prison for two years for false accusations.
    - Two years those who hated Paul, wanted to kill him after vowing not to eat until it was done.
    - Paul appealed to Caesar to be free.
    - The storm went on for days.  They could not see sun, light, starts, all it did was rain.  And it go so bad they did not want to eat and lost all hope.
    - We will get through our storm.
    - No one escapes a storm.
    - Sometimes the storms that come in our life are because of the decisions we made.
    - Some of the things we try to get rid of we think will stop the storm, but "things" did not start the storm.
    - Day after day of not seeing any light, the men lost all hope.  We will never get out of the storm.
    - Sometimes the storms strip us of all life.
    - There comes a time when we have to face the consequences of our decisions.
     - We have to own our decisions, if we don't own today's bad decisions, we will keep making them tomorrow.
    - Sometimes we have to come face to face with our bad decisions.
    - God answers our prayer.  He doesn't cancel the storm, but He promises that we will get through it.
    - The storm will not kill us is the greater revelation.
    - We will lose something in the storm as a result of our decisions.
    - You will get through the storm, but you will also suffer loss.
    -When you suffer shipwreck, you need to watch where you are walking.
    - When God promises you will get through the storm, that is an act of mercy.
    - God can and will rebuild your ship after the storm, because He has need that you go somewhere else.
    - Sometimes our storms are the result of someone else's decision making.  Sometimes the result of our connections.
    - God is not promising that storm will not come, His promise is that you will get through it.
  • Nov 10, 2019Arise, Take Up Thy Bed and Walk
    Nov 10, 2019
    Arise, Take Up Thy Bed and Walk
    Series: General
    (Mark 2:1-12, John 5:5-8, Acts 3:1-10, Luke 7:11-16)
    - Our beds can go from a place of comfort to a place of debilitation.
    - When we are operating in faith, faith can be seen.
    - There is only one answer to the question, do you want to be made well? YES.
    - God needs us on the battlefield, not in the infirmary.
  • Nov 6, 2019A Study of the Book of Malachi (Chapter 4)
    Nov 6, 2019
    A Study of the Book of Malachi (Chapter 4)
    Series: Bible Study
    Summary of Chapters 1-3.
    - God confronts and restores.
    - Give God our best, always.
    - In order to give your best it will always cost you something.  There is a price to pay.
    - God confronted and was dissatisfied with people because they were giving him the broke down animals and keeping the ones of value for themselves.
    - God said if we are not faithful in our human relationships, we will not be faithful in our spiritual relationship, our relationship with Him.
    - When we start being lax in one area, it can spill over to other area.
    - God loves giving.  We should be giving.  Son't block your blessing by being cheap.
    - God is listening but He is also watching your answer.
    - We have to come to God while have the chance.  The day will come when all will be burned up.
    - You will have the best kind of life when you live God's kind of life.
    - For those who fear the Lord's name will be made free and go free.
    - Malachi told the people to remember the law and the prophets, because God would not speak for 400 years.
    - In modern day, we need know Jesus Christ and Him crucified.
  • Nov 3, 2019Make Me A Cake First
    Nov 3, 2019
    Make Me A Cake First
    Series: General
    (1 Kings 17:8-16;16:30,34)
    - We have to be careful of what we show people (especially as leaders).
    - King Ahab infected other people's beliefs by disbelieving God.
    - A lot of us have been to Zarephath (ambush of the mouth).
    - Once we receive the Word of God we are in a position to be changed.
    - Just because we are in dire circumstances, doesn't excuse us from obeying the commandment of God on our life.
    - In the widow's dire circumstances she yet obeyed God.
    - She went from a place of not enough to a place of more than enough.
    - To get to a place of more than enough, you have to be generous with the little you have.
    - If we don't make cake, we won't get cake.
    - It's not up to us to determine who makes our cake, God does.
    - Cake making is well doing.  Doing good things.
  • Oct 30, 2019The Book of Malachi (Chapter 3:6-18)
    Oct 30, 2019
    The Book of Malachi (Chapter 3:6-18)
    Series: Bible Study
    - God never changes, which is why we have not been destroyed.
    - God says return to Me and I will return to you.
    (Jeremiah 3:22-23)
    - God says come back to Me and the only response we should have is "Behold I am coming.
    - Denial of the truth equals bondage.
    - God says it a terrible thing to say, "What's the use in serving God, praying,...."
    - God listens to those who fears Him as they talk about Him.
    - God recorded the minutes from the meetings and made of their names.
    - There will come a time when the difference between the righteous and the wicked will be seen.
  • Oct 27, 2019And You Said Yes
    Oct 27, 2019
    And You Said Yes
    Series: General
    (Isaiah 30:15-18,1-3; Genesis 16:6)
    - The people took advice from everybody else, except the Word of God.
    - They were rebellious and because of that sorrow awaited them.
    - God wants us to return to Him and rest.
    - When things get hard, we tend to run instead of obeying.
    - We can run all we want, but we will still be God's child.
    - When we return and submit, we will be saved and delivered.
    - When we return and submit, there is some exalting coming our way.
    - God said in quietness He will restore.
    - The devil wants to distract us and make noise.
    - God will not speak in the midst of our fire.
    - The world is trying to create noise and chaos in our life.  We need to hear from God.  We need quietness to do so.
    - In confidence (absolute faith that He will not fail you) is where we need to be with God.
    - God did not call us to be a knower, He called us to be a believer.
    - We can believe without knowing.
    - The people said no, after God told them what to do, but we have been given the chance to say YES.
     
  • Oct 13, 2019He’s Working On It (Part 2)
    Oct 13, 2019
    He’s Working On It (Part 2)
    Series: General
    (John 5:16-17, 17:4, 19:30; Jeremiah 29:11; Luke 14:28-30; 1 John 3:1-16;4:16; Psalm 136)
    - Mercy is love that responds to human need in an unexpected way.
    - God is working in my life.
    - God will finish what He started.
    - God loves you.
  • Oct 6, 2019He’s Working On It
    Oct 6, 2019
    He’s Working On It
    Series: General
    (John 5:16-17,9:1-4; Ephesians 2:1-7; Genesis 2:1-3; Luke 14:28-29)
    - I don't have to be special in society to be special to God.
    - God will do for us not because of who we are but because of Who He is.
    - Don't let naysayers keep from seeing God.
    - God is working in my life.
  • Oct 2, 2019A Study of the Book of Malachi (Chapter 3)
    Oct 2, 2019
    A Study of the Book of Malachi (Chapter 3)
    Series: Bible Study
    Summary.
    We have to give God something that costs up something.  If it doesn't mean anything to us, it won't mean anything to God.
    Chapter 3:1-5
    - God will come to those who are seeking.
    - Lord, purify my heart.
    - The more we spend time with God, the more we will reflect Him.
    - God is the prosecutor and the witness.
  • Sep 29, 2019What Matters Most
    Sep 29, 2019
    What Matters Most
    Series: General
    (Luke 10:38-42)
    - Just because Martha thought it was unfair doesn't mean Jesus thought it was unfair.
    - God doesn't think in terms of fairness.
    - God is good, even when you think He's unfair.