We didn’t choose where we were born, our family or that we’re going through this pandemic, but we can choose what we think about and meditation refers to what we’re thinking and dwelling on.
God is fighting for you, we might not always see it and understand but God is there fighting. The same Jesus that sent an angel to Paul in the storm, sends a message to you, when you walk through the waters I will be with you.
Paul challenges us to do four things and if we do these we’ll enjoy the peace of God. This week we’re looking at the second too Paul gives us – to ask.
Over the next few weeks we’ll look at 4 things that Paul challenges us to do in these verses and If we do what Paul challenges us to do, the promise is that we’ll receive peace.
We all face anxiety, whether for seasons or as an ongoing part of our life. This week we’re going to look at what the bible says about anxiety.
Listen to our sermon on Easter Sunday. Be refreshed by the message of the cross.
From the story of Passion Week in the bible, which is from Palm Sunday until Easter Sunday, there are 3 areas of our lives we can focus on during this time.
Hope is contagious, in a time like this we can spread the hope, truth and love of Jesus to everyone. Mark Waterfield teaches us to keep our minds on the truth in Gods Word.
Living in the Storm. During this pandemic that is plaguing our world. Mark Waterfield teaches us to live through the storm.
Amid the times of confusion and fear, we as Christians must not be afraid. We must be the light and hope of Jesus Christ in these trying times.