Sermons on Identity in Christ
Life in Christ brings trials and hardships, but Jesus promises deliverance to those who persevere. All believers should expect hardships, and we must examine ourselves to know whether we are prepared for the path that awaits us.
The story of Moses’ extraordinary life and death offers an opportunity to see God’s hand throughout his life in incredible ways, but it also offers us hope in something far greater than this unique servant of God.
Every church is still in process of becoming what it one day will be. Our Lord Jesus created her, gifts her, leads her, builds her, blesses her and will ultimately perfect her. And He has given spiritual leaders a sacred responsibility to stir up love in the church through shepherding God’s people.
How can we sustain joy through the ups and downs of life? It’s simple, but not easy: we enjoy Christ’s glory by getting out of the way.
The most basic duty and greatest need for each believer is to consciously place our whole person under the Lordship of Jesus each day, including both the belief in our heart as well as the confession with our mouth.
God’s call to follow His Son is a call to be different than the culture in which we live. In this message, Pastor Ritch teaches through Romans 8:5-8, about living in the strength of the Holy Spirit with our minds set on the things of eternity.