Establishing a Healthy Root System

Feb 4, 2018
Isaiah 61 Part 3
Today’s sermon was inspired by a recent experience I had in which I saw God move in a dramatic way orchestrating events for the display of His glory.  Which is exactly what I’ve been preaching about, out of Isaiah 61, recently.  God’s orchestration of events in history is seen frequently throughout the Bible and should be able to be recognized in our lives today as well.  We just need to train our senses to be in tune to seeing them. 
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  • Feb 4, 2018Isaiah 61 Part 3
    Feb 4, 2018
    Isaiah 61 Part 3
    Today’s sermon was inspired by a recent experience I had in which I saw God move in a dramatic way orchestrating events for the display of His glory.  Which is exactly what I’ve been preaching about, out of Isaiah 61, recently.  God’s orchestration of events in history is seen frequently throughout the Bible and should be able to be recognized in our lives today as well.  We just need to train our senses to be in tune to seeing them. 
  • Jan 28, 2018Isaiah 61 Part 2
    Jan 28, 2018
    Isaiah 61 Part 2
    Today we’re continuing on in our study of Isaiah 61 and God’s tremendous promises to change us into oaks of righteousness for the display of His glory.  Today we’re focusing on the “how” God accomplishes this in our lives.
  • Jan 21, 2018Isaiah 61
    Jan 21, 2018
    Isaiah 61
    This past week Vikings fans have been reveling in an exciting last second come back victory of the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional Playoff game. It’s been nicknamed the “Minneapolis Miracle” by the local radio broadcasters. And there’s been speculation that this one play may have lifted the supposed “curse” that seems to keep the Vikings from going all the way through and winning the Super Bowl. This morning we’re going to look at a far more meaningful curse and God’s plan to lift the effects of that from our lives.
  • Jan 14, 2018Bitter Room – Root of Assumption
    Jan 14, 2018
    Bitter Room – Root of Assumption
    My last sermon I suggested a New Year’s resolution that would be worth keeping - getting rid of unforgiveness from our lives. Unforgiveness tends to imprison us while we think we taking out revenge on the other person. One of the Scriptures I used during that sermon was Hebrews 12:14-17 which cautions us against allowing a bitter root from growing up in our lives. Unforgiveness may be evidence of the existence of a bitter root in our lives, but there are also other bitter roots that are just as dangerous. This morning we’re going to explore the origin of this bitter root reference in the Old Testament and find out how that might apply to our lives today.
  • Dec 31, 2017Forgiveness
    Dec 31, 2017
    Forgiveness
    As we prepare to close out 2017 and launch into a new year, I want to give you a new years resolution that could completely change your life in 2018.  This won’t be easy, but it’s a strategy, provided by Jesus, which helps deal with one of the most difficult issues in many people’s lives - forgiveness.