"Redeeming the Time," part three, Pastor Mike teaches us how to walk in wisdom so that we can discern God's will for our lives.
As children of God, we who formerly walked in darkness are now children of Light. Today in "Redeeming the Time," part two, Pastor Mike will talk about walking in the Light and the responsibility that we have to reflect the Light of Christ.
Today Pastor Mike begins a new series taken from Ephesians, chapter 5 called, "Redeeming the Time." In part one of this series we are reminded that our lives should imitate God.
Our struggles are not against flesh and blood, but against…the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places. Through our struggles, the Lord prepares a table before us in the presence of our enemies. In part 5 of "Peace in the Pandemic," we will learn that just as a shepherd makes preparation to ensure the safety of his flock from the enemies of its environment, so the Lord prepares His people to keep them safe from their spiritual enemies.
Add New Post Save draft Preview Publish Add title Peace in the pandemic, Psalm 23 – Part 3 As we pursue the things of God and obey His Word, the Lord leads us through paths of righteousness that we can bring honor to His name. Join with us today as Pastor Mike gives us 6 practices for experiencing God's "Peace in the Pandemic."
We can have "Peace in the Pandemic" because the Lord is our Shepherd. As we continue today in Psalm 23 we will learn some of the basic requirements that are necessary for being a shepherd and how the Lord provides for his people as our Good Shepherd.
God said that He is the "I am." He is whatever we need…so, what is He to you? Is He your way maker, your soul-searcher, your strong and mighty tower? The list can go on and on. Today Pastor Mike will show how God can be our "Peace in the Pandemic" as we take a look at Psalm 23 that says, "The Lord is my Shepherd."
As we finish up the series, "Where to Turn When I'm All Stressed Out," Pastor Mike reminds us that if Christ is our purpose for living, then, with God's power joy can be experienced in every stressful situation. It's all in how you look at it.