'know' Tagged Sermons
Romans 8:1-39 God is not a restrictor but a liberator! You are never freer than when you are fully devoted to Jesus Christ. Freedom isn’t doing whatever you want to do but doing what you were created to do. We were designed to know, serve, and love God supremely – and when we are faithful to that design, we flourish.
Psalm 34 The Gospel is not only intellectually sound but also experientially satisfying. Christ not only appeals to our minds (rational) but also fills our hearts (relational). The 18th Century Puritan Jonathan Edwards likened it to this…It is one thing to know intellectually that honey is sweet but it’s altogether another to experience the sweetness of honey on your…
Psalm 119 “I know of no part of the Holy Scriptures where the nature and evidences of true and sincere godliness are so fully and largely insisted on and delineated as in the 119th Psalm.” -Johnathan Edwards | Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the Psalms and the longest chapter in the Bible. It is a song of praise for the Scriptures. There are 176 verses spread out…
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.
Eph3:14-19 There are many pleasures, gifts and character-forming benefits that can only happen through an experience of God’s presence and reality. We must not settle for an informed mind without an engaged heart. What kind of experience should be expected and how should it be sought?
John 4:27-42 There is nothing in this world quite like knowing God and making Him known. It beats anything else I’ve ever experienced! Once you’ve tasted of God’s greatness and goodness you have to want anyone else you care about to experience it too. If you don’t, then what you have isn’t very powerful.