Sermons from May 2019
Standing in the Kingdom, we make responsible decisions in love about our natural feelings of anger, and a resolution manifesting the divine presence becomes possible.
As I meditate on God’s care and love for me, my mind is being transformed to believe his promises, changing how I think about the source of my worry and fear.
Our present experience of suffering shouldn’t discourage us in our pursuit of God. Instead, we should remember His promise to save us and understand His purpose in our trials.
It is first our spirit, not our behavior, that must be transformed, leading to the “life from above” that Jesus promises.