Fr. Mike reflects on Hezekiah's righteousness as king of Judah, and his pivotal work of restoring true worship and removing false idols. By undoing all of the corrupt things his father king Ahaz did, Hezekiah shows us that our ancestors do not define our destiny. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
The Bible gives us a powerful story about a woman who had reasons to feel bad about herself and faced criticism from other people, but Jesus didn't see her the way other people saw her or even the way she might have seen herself. He loved her for who she was, and his forgiveness and care led the woman to give that much love back. The story of the forgiven woman and the Parable of the Forgiven Debt is a prime example of what can happen when we are grateful for God's love, and how our own pride, selfishness, and criticism can hold us back from that love. Join Amy, Jynette, and Michele as they discuss this incredible parable and how we can respond to God's love too.
Many of us in addiction recovery can affirm that we've never let go of anything that didn't have claw marks on it! Even when we were, in essence, clinging to a sinking ship! But we eventually find that we become willing to try a new way, our lives begin to change. When we can truly “Let Go” and allow a higher power to provide guidance and direction, our lives begin to become amazing. Today we want to share our experience, strength and hope on learning how to let go, trust a Higher Power and build a wonderful new life. Join Rev Dan Beckett and Rev Michelle Vargas on Facebook and connect with the Spirit of Recovery community! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Concluding our sermon series titled 'Trusting God in Troubled Times', Pastor Myron shares from Habakkuk 3 a sermon titled 'I Will Rejoice'. If you need support or encouragement, or would like to learn more about how to begin a relationship with Jesus, please reach out to the church or email email@example.com.
Trusting God isn't natural. Therefore, we need to be intentional when it comes to our faith and relationship with God. This episode is for the people who are often stalked by their anxieties every morning and night. I pray this episode teaches you what the source of true peace actually is. Read: Philippians 4:6-9; Isaiah 26:304; Jeremiah 17:5-8 If you feel led, please consider donating to our ministry HERE.
Contentment. Contentment is trusting that God has the best in mind for you no matter where you are in life.Sarah Parker is a 34-year-old professional living in Columbia, South Carolina. She graduated from Clemson in 2011. She owns a small business and loves serving her hometown! Covenant Services is a female-owned and led business, with a fully-female staff. She is an aunt to three nephews and a niece who she adores. Sarah Parker is passionate about Jesus and showing others that the “not yet married” life is not second best. She loves people, all things Clemson, her German Shepard Attila, and her double name! This conversation with Sarah discusses topics like singleness, living out God's call on your life, and how to trust God in seasons where you can't really see Him working. We loved having Sarah Parker on the #YouWereMadeForMorePodcast and we're so excited for you to hear our chat! Here are some things we mentioned during this episode: Singled Out For GoodSarah Parker's BusinessSarah Parker's Instagram (You'll want to follow her! Promise!)Be sure to stay up to date with Abundant Life: You Were Made for More by visiting our blog - and if you're loving the podcast, send guest recommendations to us or leave us a star-rating/review on your favorite listening platform to spread the word about the you were made for more message.You Were Made for More Social Media: FacebookTwitterInstagram
Chip Nightingale is a pastor, international conference and Bible teacher, entrepreneur, and leadership coach. He loves coaching sports and encouraging leaders through coaching in business and in the church. He currently serves as the Director of Advancement at Word of Life Fellowship. Chip lives in Hudson, Florida, with his wife, Audrey, and they have four amazing children.Chipnightingale.com is where people can grow with me as we learn to lead together. You will find a link to my podcast (Yes, You Can Lead). A podcast about life and leadership lessons from everyday life. There is also a link to my new book, Ceasefire. A book on how to handle conflict.
Life can be hard. Relationships are broken. Responsibilities are piled high. How can you grow closer to God instead of falling away during times of struggle? New York Times bestselling author Karen Ehman has a new devotional for women (co-authored with Ruth Schwenk) to help you connect with Jesus everyday. It's called "Trusting God in All the Things." In today's conversation, you'll learn: 3:00 The difference between believing in God and trusting in Him 4:00 Ask this question to know if you're having trouble trusting God 6:30 Practically speaking, how can you shift your trust in God? 7:30 When we are trying to manipulate outcomes for our kids, here's a story to remember. 10:00 Key verses that will help you trust in God 14:50 How can you minister to your lonely daughter? 17:00 You might make the difference in bringing someone to Christ by befriending a neighbor 19:20 Lessons about soul control from the Psalms 20:45 About the “I Spy” journal 23:30 Ideas of spending time with God when you have kids and a crazy full schedule Karen Ehman is a New York Times bestselling author with Proverbs 31 Ministries as well as a writer for Encouragement for Today, an online devotional that reaches more than four million women daily. She has authored eighteen books, including Keep It Shut. Married to her college sweetheart, Todd, she's the mom of three adult children and two children-in-law, although she forgets which are which. Learn more about Karen Ehman and her new devotional Trusting God in All Things on her website KarenEhman.com Spending too much time on screens this summer? My book Screen Kids co-authored with Dr. Gary Chapman will help, along with the masterclass. Find out more at HappyHomeUniversity.com Happy Home is sponsored in part by Trinity Debt Management. Call 1 800 793-8752 to talk with a counselor today.
The June 26th, 2022 Morning Worship Service at Plainfield Christian Church in Comstock Park, MI Preacher: Bruce Wilson Youth Minister: Brady Jester Children's Minister: Wade Harrier Worship Leader: Katie Winstanley Learn more at https://www.pccmi.org/ Songs: CCLI #2228009 Sermon: The Chronological Life of Christ #123 The Later Perean Ministry Where Are The Nine? Scripture: Luke 17:11-19 Notes: A Hideous Disease (verses 11-13) So much did the ancients fear it that anyone suspected of having the disease was banished from society. A Profound Miracle (verse 14) As They Went Jesus said something that sounds surprising to us. Maybe He didn't intend to heal them at all. Trusting God does not equal doing nothing. It was the act of going that was the act of faith. God who loves you so much, He'll give you the opportunity to be thankful when nothing about your circumstances gives you that motivation. A Shocking Revelation (verses 15-16) Think of it. A Samaritan! 1. verse 15. healed. This Greek word is "hi-a-tha," a purely medical term. It means to mend, to repair. It's like a broken bone finally mending. 2. verse 17. cleansed "kath-a-ri-dzo," the root word for our "catheter." It, too, is a medical word in part, for it means, "remove the impurities." 3. verse 19. well. It's not a medical word, necessarily. This is the word, "so-dzo," which means, "saved." A Penetrating Question (verses 17-19) Jesus asks three questions. Were there not ten healed? Yes. Where are the other nine? Gone. Is there no one here but this foreigner? No one. Ingratitude is the leprosy of the soul.
On today's episode, pastor and New York Times best-selling author, Sarah Jakes Roberts and her husband, Touré Roberts, discuss how your pain and failures don't disqualify you from God's purpose and blessing on your life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coffee and Conversations w/LaKisha Trusting God With Your Gift! I Don't Own the Rights To This, Music it is for entertainment purposes only. It is according to the fair use act. Scripture Reference: John 15:16, Phil 4:8, 1 Peter 5:8 Go Be Love Today! lmjministries.org You may always contact us @ firstname.lastname@example.org Positioned to impact the world with a message of love and faith. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justbeinglmj/support
DATE: June 19th, 2022 SERIES: Living by Faith TITLE: Trusting God TEXT: Genesis 12:1-9 BIG IDEA: Living by Faith means following God's direction for my life. SERMON NOTES: https://notes.subsplash.com/fill-in/view?page=uohqaepWFx- GROUPS QUESTIONS: https://notes.subsplash.com/fill-in/view?page=P_LmDNUmIlV RESPOND HERE: HTTP://THECREEKSIDECHURCH.ORG/RESPOND
Psalm 34:7-9 King James Version 7 The angel of the Lord encampeth round about them that fear him, and delivereth them. 8 O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him. 9 O fear the Lord, ye his saints: for there is no want to them that fear him.
BONUS EPISODE! Welcome to the “More Than You Asked For” mini-series at Culture Conversations! In this episode Pastors Jimmy and Kim answer rapid-fire questions around hot topics in today's culture. Pastors Jimmy and Kim break down these questions and discuss how to handle being separate from others and their beliefs, how to live a righteous life, and give advice on mental health and freedom from shame. Do you have a question you'd like Kim & Jimmy to answer? Send your question to the team at email@example.com. Thanks for joining our mini-series!
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This article is a part of a series called “Spiritual Waimai Voices” where we welcome our friends to share some spiritual food with us in their own voice. This Spiritual Waimai was written and recorded by our friend Noah. This message is a part of a series entitled “The Father's Heart” where Noah shares with us lessons he has learned about his Heavenly Father through his experiences raising his own two young children. When prayer goes unanswered, do you trust the Father's plan?
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Noah: Trusting God When It's Hard | Luke 17:26-27, Genesis 6-9 | The Stories That Shaped Jesus | Eric Holmstrom | June 15, 2022 | If you would like to learn more or get connected with our High School Ministry (HSM) at Purpose Church, visit our HSM WEBPAGE.
Do you ever wonder what God is up to? When there is a path forward that seems to be logical, rational, and reasonable, yet God takes another path? What is God' doing? Where is He taking us? These are questions we all ask. But here is a better question for us to consider: Will we trust God's plan? Will we trust our lives to a sovereign God who sees and knows all things?Main Points:1.Our decision to trust God comes down to our belief in his goodness. If you truly believe God is good, that his is loving, and that what he does is always right, you are more likely to trust him.2. The longer you serve God, the more you realize that God's ways don't always make sense to us. He knows and sees what what we do not. If you are waiting for God to make sense to you, it's not likely you will trust Him. This is a faith journey. Will you believe? Will you put your complete trust in him? 3. Whatever you are facing today remember that God knows and that He has a plan. Decide to trust Him. Let His plan for your life unfold. Today's Scripture Verses:Mark 4:37-38 - “A furious squall came up, and the waves broke over the boat, so that it was nearly swamped. Jesus was in the stern, sleeping on a cushion. The disciples woke him and said to him, “Teacher, don't you care if we drown?”Quick Links:Subscribe to The 5 Minute Discipleship NewsletterDonate to support this podcastLeave a review on Apple PodcastsGet a copy of The 5 Minute Discipleship JournalConnect on SocialJoin The 5 Minute Discipleship Facebook Group5 Minute Discipleship on Instagram
Often, our worries come from not being able to control a situation. The truth is that we cannot plan for all the uncertainties we will face, but we can trust our Immanuel, the God who is with us, to give us His strength and peace through all the trials and troubles we will face in this life. When our minds become stuck in "what if" thinking, we see things from our finite viewpoint. We forget that God is infinite and that we can trust Him even when life is uncertain or doesn't make sense. In this episode, Gretchen Ronnevik interviews Michelle about the eighth chapter of her book, Immanuel. They talk about how God is with us in all things and also some of the Bible verses that can remind us of the promises that we have in God. If you would like to learn more about my book Promised Rest, you can go to CPH.ORG/REST If you would like to connect with you can go to my website, michellediercks.com. If you would like to connect with Gretchen Ronnevik, please click here. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/will-you-marry-me License code: 1VYEPUIH4UMCZLFG