Sermons from August 2019
When trouble attacks us, we do not trust in God’s methods, but in God who is faithful and true.
Worship sees God as the All-Sufficient Creator, the Loving Savior, and the Holy King that He is and then looks in faith for Him to be God to us. We worship God when we confess our sins to Him and ask for Him to forgive and cleanse us.
God cares deeply about the pain of our suffering, and it shouldn’t happen in silence. The Bible gives us a channel to express the trials we experience.
Real peace is to be sought not apart from God’s people, but among them. It’s difficult, but it is worth fighting for.