God does not bring difficult people or circumstances into our life to hurt us – but to transform us because He loves us.
Sometimes God uses small and insignificant things to reverse our own efforts, in order to work out His perfect plan for us.
Sometimes we have to “stop, look, and listen” in order to hear God and realize that He is with us.
In spite of our sin, God’s purpose for us will prevail as he’s determined reveal His love and grace.
Waiting on God and being still are not exactly common practices today. Pastor Curt looks at lessons we can learn from the life of Jacob. Turn to Genesis 25:27.
Introduction to the somewhat messy life of Jacob.
God isn’t finished with us yet, but let’s stay focused on Him and not get distracted by the world.
Head knowledge, heart knowledge or both? We need revelation to experience Jesus in daily life. We must have more than just facts and correct theology. We must have relational knowledge which leads to obedience.
Do you see yourself as an asset or a liability to the kingdom of God? Because of His grace, we are all assets.