Easter – So What?

Sunday, 16 April 2017 by

Jesus provided forgiveness and freedom from sin. But it is up to every individual to decide who He will be to you. He will be someone you heard about and rejected, or the Jesus that you answer, as Peter did, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” Jesus came to awaken the reality inside of you that God loves you, He has given you a purpose, and Jesus’ death has qualified you to live the life God has intended for you. YOU are the “So what?” – YOU are the reason He came. Only YOU determine who He is in your life!

The Power of the Cross

Sunday, 09 April 2017 by

There is no greater expression of love than the cross. True disciples gather around Jesus and allow Him to impart to their hearts. They go into the Secret Place with the intent to carry Him out with them. We are His friends, we are His disciples, and we must let others know of this love.

Being human is hard. However, even in the midst of our mess, our inabilities, and our wrong doctrine or wrong confession, His goodness shows up. And when His goodness is on our minds, the rest will align itself. His promises will become a reality as he carries us to the other side and fills up the valleys. We mus believe not to just win, but to be completely whole…because of the knowledge of HIS CHARACTER.

Battle of the Flesh

Sunday, 02 April 2017 by

In our culture, we applaud self-accomplishment, self-fulfillment. We are encouraged to fight for our rights, to get the things we deserve. The truth is that this type of selfishness living is destructive and is contrary to the ways of Biblical love. Even good and noble actions can be done in a selfish way. It is a battle against the flesh. One you can’t ignore. If you choose to ignore, you have already picked a side and it is not the winning one!

Matthew 18:21-35 NIV GOD CALLS US TO FORGIVE OTHERS FREELY, JUST AS HE FORGAVE US. “Forgiveness does not excuse what they did, it only loosens your grip…” Forgiveness allows God to heal your hurts. When you forgive and release someone of their wrongdoing, it means that you are trusting God enough to deal with that other person better than you can. When we ask God to help us forgive, we find freedom from anger and bitterness. We are able to give and receive love the way that God created us to.

When we walk through hardship in life, it’s all too easy to focus on the storm instead of the Savior. God wants us to keep our eyes fixed on Him. Even when life seems scary or painful, God is still there. He is good and completely deserving of our trust. He is the only One who will not let us down. When we trust Jesus fully, we find freedom from life’s circumstances, knowing that God is seeing us, He is hearing our cries, and He has a plan to come to us. He loves us more than we can imagine.

Many times in life we feel that God has abandoned us, especially in the hard times. But God has promised that He would never leave us. Pastor Dawn focuses on this truth of God’s Word, and that if we will just keep our eyes on Him, we will realize that He is always with us. When it seems that everything is going wrong, and doubts begin to rise, we need to remind ourselves how faithful God has been.

God is good. God is love. He said He would never leave us or forsake us. Sometimes our perspective can be clouded in the midst of hardship and circumstances, and we can blame God for all our problems. But if we know Him and know His character, we know we can trust Him, and He will work everything together for our good.

Limitless Living

Sunday, 26 February 2017 by

When you jump into the Limitless Living lifestyle God has for His children, you are engaging in what will end up being the greatest adventure of your life. Limitless Living is available for you today, in every sphere of your life! Will you be one that rises in faith and action to see the limitless nature of God invade your life, your family, your work place, your city, your nation?

Limitless – Part 6

Sunday, 19 February 2017 by

Our enemy uses condemnation to cause separation in our relationship with God. However, we have a magnificent King and Priest. He loves us unconditionally, and He has provided grace and mercy, so that we can come to Him – freely and boldly – to where LOVE is enthroned. (Hebrews 4:16) TPT Limitless ACCESS to the Father! Limitless relationship with Jesus! That’s abiding in Him!

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