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Topic: suffering

The greatest question you will ever answer in your lifetime is not “who are you?” It’s not “Will you marry me?” And it’s not “Does this dress make me look fat?” The greatest question you will ever answer is one from the lips of Jesus himself: “Who do you say that I am?”
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. 

The Greatest Gift

September 27, 2020
A baby contributes nothing to their own birth, and is fully dependent on his/her parents to guard them and provide for them as they grow toward maturity. In 1 Peter, the apostle writes that our spiritual birth looks very similar. In this message, we look at how Peter makes those connections.
If you've ever been to a foreign country, or been picked last for a game, or been left out of a text chat, you know what it's like to feel like you don't belong. As Christians, we are called to participate with Jesus in a world that is not our home. This message kicks off our series on 1 Peter.
One of the common deceptions of the enemy is to trust our feelings. He’d like us to rely on how we feel instead of what we know to be true. In this sermon, Nate King (one of River City’s leaders) walks us through the story of Job to help us see that what we feel isn’t necessarily what’s real.