Follow Me: The Holy Spirit
For the past 3 weeks, we’ve been discussing: Things that influence our decisions and direct our lives. The main idea of the series is this: Who or what you follow will determine the future you will experience.
Follow Me: Your Heart
This week, I want to focus on something that has lead all of us into trouble and danger. It’s one of the trickiest influences to recognize as being potentially dangerous. What is this stealthy adversary? It’s your heart.
Follow Me: Pride
Have you been following pride? What area in your life could use a good dose of humility?
Follow Me: Fear
Following fear will always lead us away from God and into isolation and loneliness. If God didn’t send it so don’t you receive it.
Living Godly doesn’t mean we are perfect it just means we are progressing. Living for God is all about the Master not about the Me-ster. Here are some steps to after your master instead of your me-ster.
Have you ever experienced a turning point in your life? I’m talk about a point in your life that changed everything.
The only thing stronger than fear is HOPE!
Nailed It: Lay It Down
Jesus freely gave the gift; but we have to reach out and receive it. All we have to do is Lay It Down.
Nailed It: Shame
Have you ever been ashamed by something you’ve done or haven’t done?
Nailed it: Abandonment
Jesus NAILED everything that would keep us from experiencing relationship with God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
Most of us have felt abandoned, rejected or alone at some point in our lives. The emotional trauma of abandonment is literally debilitating for millions of people.
Nailed It: Pride
Our subject today deals with a monster that lurks inside all of us. Left unchecked, this monster has the potential to destroy your marriage, dissolve your company, ostracize your children and even draw nations into war.
Does anyone know what I’m talking about? That’s right, PRIDE.
Cross Training: In it to Win it
Seeking and saving is all about being intentional to help people “FIND” their way back to God. The Great Commission emphasizes the importance of helping people not only find but “FOLLOW” Jesus Christ.