“In his infinite wisdom, God has chosen to use the prayers of his people as the means to do what he has already determined to do.” Fellow Harbor Network pastor Jonathan Davis joins us to kick off our new series on prayer.
Like notifications on your phone remind you of things you might otherwise forget, Peter wraps up his letter with a couple things we shouldn’t forget.
When his life was threatened, Elijah ran for the desert. Maybe he thought no one would find him there. Maybe he thought the idea of dying by dehydration and starvation would be better than getting killed by the Queen. Scripture doesn’t tell us what he was thinking, other than that he wanted out.
Like a Cubs fan living in St Louis, those who follow a suffering Savior should not be surprised when they suffer.
God doesn’t ask us to understand his ways, but to trust his heart.
Peter writes that we are to arm ourselves with the same attitude of Christ when it comes to suffering – that we would rather suffer than sin.
Just like you don’t start a building project without finding out how much it will cost, Jesus tells his disciples to count the cost of following him.
As we head into a new year, Pastor Rodney gives a vision for prayer.
There are so many places we look to for help. Psalm 121 recognizes our need for help, and encourages us to look to the right places
I'm sure you've received some amazing gifts for Christmas over the years. If you grew up in church you know the greatest gift of all is Jesus – but why does it matter?