Oct 23, 2016
Certainty In An Uncertain World
Series: Judges
In this message on Judges 14, we learn God is the one thing we can be certain of when we are floating in a see of uncertainty.
  • Oct 23, 2016Certainty In An Uncertain World
    Oct 23, 2016
    Certainty In An Uncertain World
    Series: Judges
    In this message on Judges 14, we learn God is the one thing we can be certain of when we are floating in a see of uncertainty.
  • Oct 16, 2016He Already Knows the Answer
    Oct 16, 2016
    He Already Knows the Answer
    Series: general
    he-already-knows-the-answerIn John chapter six, Jesus asks Philip a pointed question about an immediate problem to which Philip did not have a satisfactory answer.  Philip was looking at the circumstances directly in front of him and a miracle was the furthest thing from his mind.  What Philip learned and what we must apply to our own lives, is that Jesus never asks a question He doesn't already have a answer for.
  • Oct 10, 2016Godly Parenting in a Fallen World
    Oct 10, 2016
    Godly Parenting in a Fallen World
    Series: Judges
    In Judges 13, we meet Samson's parents and the circumstances around his birth.  It is easy to skip over them and move quickly into the exciting exploits and the disappointing mistakes of Samson, but I believe if we look close we can learn something from his mom and dad.  They teach us, in the most subtle of ways, how to raise children in a fallen world.
  • Oct 2, 2016Revive Me, Oh Lord
    Oct 2, 2016
    Revive Me, Oh Lord
    Series: general
    Everyone gets tired, but sometimes we become so fatigued we cannot find rest or peace.  We are exhausted by uncontrollable circumstances, our jobs, our families and the constant pressure applied by this world.  This message looks at Psalm 119 and focuses on how God can revive us and redeem what seems to have been lost.
  • Sep 25, 2016A Legacy of Jealousy
    Sep 25, 2016
    A Legacy of Jealousy
    Series: Judges
    Jealousy living in the heart of someone will cause bitterness, misery, and destruction in their life.  Jealousy exerts control over our feelings, our choices, and our words.  The Bible teaches us that jealousy is the result of worldly and demonic wisdom.  But the good news is, it also shows us that the way to battle jealousy is to ask God to give us His wisdom.  In this message we look at the sin of jealousy and how to overcome it.
  • Sep 18, 2016The Daughter of Jephthah
    Sep 18, 2016
    The Daughter of Jephthah
    Series: Judges
    The Bible doesn't even record the name of Jephthah's daughter.  Many who speak on her focus on her father and his rash vow before God.  If we look close, however, there is a lesson we can learn from her, which can change our lives and our relationship with God in a dramatic way.  A lesson our world and the church needs more than ever; what it means to fear God.
  • Sep 4, 2016Rejected by The World, Chosen by God
    Sep 4, 2016
    Rejected by The World, Chosen by God
    Series: Judges
    rejected by the world chosen by god
    Have you ever experienced the sting of rejection? Perhaps by a parent or sibling? Maybe a spouse or close friend? If you live on earth you've most likely experienced rejection at least once and I think we can all agree being rejected hurts.  In this message we look at a judge who was rejected by his family and his countrymen, through no fault of his own, but God turned his life around and used him in a mighty way.  The world may have rejected  you, but God has chosen you!
  • Aug 28, 2016The Judge of Stuff
    Aug 28, 2016
    The Judge of Stuff
    Series: Judges


    The judge Jair was known for his 30 sons, 30 donkeys, and 30 cities named after him.  He spent 22 years as judge accumulating prosperity, wealth, and prestige,  but what did he do with it?  In this message we examine this judge of stuff and ask ourselves the question, "Do I value the world over God's purpose?"
  • Aug 21, 2016The Judge of Just Enough
    Aug 21, 2016
    The Judge of Just Enough
    Series: Judges
    the judge of just enough
    In Judges 10:1,2, we find Tola, a judge over Israel, who didn't do anything remarkable or notable.  He did just enough to keep the peace in Israel and nothing more. This judge should cause us to ask ourselves, "Do we want to be everything that God wants us to be?  Or, are we content to just manage, to just get by, to simply coast through our Christian walk?"  God wants all of us; our life, our will, and our destiny.  Without surrendering those to Him, we can never be more than just enough.
  • Aug 14, 2016King Me
    Aug 14, 2016
    King Me
    Series: Judges
    In this message, we look at the selfish ambition of Abimelech to become king of Israel and how his attitude can find its way into our lives if we are not careful.  We desire to become king of our own little world in an effort to achieve what we believe God will not or cannot provide.  At a minimum, this type of attitude will lead to a life of emptiness and at worst, our destruction.  It is not too late to repent and allow God to return to the throne of your heart!