Join us as we dive into a new series titled Urgency of Prayer. This week’s message will start in the book of acts and cover questions like: why do we pray? how does it work? why does God want us to pray? Live Stream at 9am & 11am.
The young church in Corinth was trying to find its place in an alien culture. The gifts of the Spirit and prayer were prominent with the saints, but they were bringing in pagan influences from their culture and old ways of doing things. Paul speaks to them as their father in the faith and seeks to get the church back on track. We look at the Corinthian church and find parallels with our current struggles, but we will also look at how our week was. How much time did we spend with God, and what was the quality of that time?
Scriptures used: 1 Corinthians 1:4-7; 2:12-13; 4:18-21; 11; Acts 18; 1 Thessalonians 5:18, 1 Samuel 1:11; Luke 1:13-17; Judges 13-16.
I believe God wants to inspire us with this sermon to become excited about his word again and excited about a supernatural relationship. He wants to remind you; you are a child of God, in his kingdom, in his family, anything is possible. Never lose the sense of wonder. The childlike faith of anything is possible because we serve an unusual God! God wants his church to approach him expecting an answer, expecting that he will move, that as a loving Father he wants to interact and cover us with his arms. God is not done with us yet, let’s not put limits on his activity in our lives or in the church.
Join us as we dive into a new series titled Urgency of Prayer. This week’s message will introduce the series and start in the book of acts. We will cover questions like: why do we pray? how does it work? why does God want us to pray? Live Stream at 9am & 11am.