Sermons from March 2020
When everyone is responsible for a job, sometimes that job doesn’t get done. Why is that? Have you been in situations where everyone was responsible, but it ended up that no one was individually responsible? This lesson looks at a few of those times where we know what we’re supposed to do, but may find ourselves being the only one. Have you ever been the only one trying not to be overcome with worry? Or the only one who sees another’s legitimate need? Jesus understood those places. He offers challenging insights. He shows that following God in uncertain circumstances makes all the difference.
This lesson explores Psalm 8, David’s poetic consideration of the important place God has given to humanity within His creation. David’s psalm offers us an important reminder of our importance to God and of the place He has given to us in His creation.
Devotional for Sunday, March 15th — Trust in the Lord.
The Bible identifies David as a man after God’s own heart yet it also reveals numerous failures that populated his life. This lesson will consider the balance between God’s praise of David and the problems that were a part of his life to help us better understand our own relationship with God.
Life will drastically change our plans. Those who wisely build their faith on what’s true about God aren’t immune to storms. Numbers 9 is a great reminder that life’s circumstances won’t change God’s nature or His promises. Is your faith founded in the unchanging and compassionate God?
This lesson considers the purpose for which God created worship – to train the hearts and minds of His people by retelling the Bible’s stories.
This lessons explores worship, considering what it is and why we do it.