'glory' Tagged Sermons
Exodus 12:1-51 Freedom isn’t doing whatever you want to do, it’s doing what you were created to do. You were created to enjoy the riches of God’s Glory. The Gospel is our declaration of dependence on God and His declaration of our freedom in Him
Exodus 2:1-25 If I’m going to experience blessing in bitter times, I must believe God Knows, Cares and Rules the circumstances of my life for my good and His glory. (Ps9:9-10) My concept of God not only determines the quality of my relationship with Him and what I convey to others about Him but also my ability to get through adversity.
Luke 12:13-34 More will never be enough because we were made for something that earth does not offer. The inconsolable human longing is irrefutable evidence that we were made to find our deepest and most durable satisfaction in the riches of God’s glory.
Acts 16:25-26 When you start your prayer with your list of problems the more anxious and burdened you may feel. But if you start your prayer with praise—thinking and thanking God for how great and good He is—when you get to your problems they feel much smaller as you put them in God’s hands.
Luke 9:28-50 We believe that full devotion to Christ (Living for God’s Glory) and fullness of life (Our Satisfaction) are one in the same pursuit (John10:10b; Luke9:23-25). We were created by God, for God, to give glory to God (Rom11:36). God’s glory is best displayed in lives that are fully satisfied in Him (Phil1:20-21).