Parts of this sermon were taken from Charles Swindoll’s book, “Jesus: the Greatest Life of All”
Sometimes we start things and end up putting them in the closet of things to do “someday.” The people of Israel returned to Jerusalem and started rebuilding the temple of God, only to get distracted after laying the foundation of the temple. Sixteen years later God sent a prophet to them to tell them that…
The Israelites spent 40 years wandering in the desert instead of entering the Promised Land. Sometimes there are “viruses” that can get us off track and keep us wandering in circles instead of heading in the direction that God wants to take our lives.
We often think that finding God’s will for our lives is some sort of mystery or puzzle to solve, but what if God’s will is actually easy to find and clearly stated for all followers of Jesus?
Being a Christian is about more than just saying a prayer, it’s about a relationship where Jesus transforms us from the inside out.
God created us to enjoy His grace and extend His glory. The way we do that is through imitating Jesus’ example of making disciples by investing His life in a few people.