We’ve been studying Ecclesiastes since the summer. In this message we wrap it up, looking at Ecclesiastes 12 and what it says the conclusion of the matter is. Additionally, we explore what it will look like to face Jesus at the end of our life – focusing on a phrase, “being known by God”.
Thanksgiving weekend, we focus on having a grateful heart that communicates to God the things we are thankful for. We explore a story in Luke about 10 lepers who were healed, yet only one returns to thank Jesus.
God wants us to be a group of people who are even better at encouraging others. As we continue to consider gracious words, encouragement is a big part of that. In order to be an encourager we need to celebrate people and the good things in them.
This is a message in response to the circumstances many in our church are facing. Many are going through very difficult times. God wants us to know that He is compassionate and comforting. It’s these two qualities of God that allow us to be real and honest about how we feel. Through this, we can […]
In this message we continue to look at the power of words. The first part of the message we focus on the results of our words. Then, halfway through, we change gears a bit and talk about how to heal a heart that has been hurt by words that have been spoken into us.
Each one of us has a tool that has great ability to heal or destroy. Each one of us has a tongue, but few of us really think about how we are using our tongue. We need to be intentional with the words we speak because it has the power to do a lot of […]
Wisdom can be found in some of the most unlikely places. Meaning there are people with great wisdom that often get overlooked. This is a part of life. What does Ecclesiastes tell us about this common occurrence? Do you feel overlooked? Are you overlooking someone? This message speaks to both.
Ecclesiastes counsels us to avoid extremes. Being extremely righteous isn’t what God has for us.
Ecclesiastes tells us that generally speaking when hard times come into our lives, the beginning of them is worse than the ending of the matter. God is a God who works in and through our difficult circumstances and often makes the ending much better than the beginning. Get encouraged about the God who makes the […]
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