Abraham was sovereignly chosen by God. And God blesses him not only individually, but nationally and universally. Are you waiting on a blessing from God, wondering about the delay? We can learn many amazing lessons from the life of Abraham—of faith, obedience, trust, and especially patience.
When Elijah was completely out of options and even despaired his own life, God was still soveriegn—and provided for each of the prophet's needs in some incredible and unique ways. This week, we continue our study from 1 Kings.
Today we start a new series from 1 Kings chapter 17. What is it that God has planned for us when the brook dries up in our life? Today, Pastor Lutzer gives two important reminders.
As we conclude our series on Children Of An Awesome God, Pastor Lutzer shares three stories of people who chose to love God and love others even in the face of harsh circumstances.
Today, we take a look at Romans 8:38-39, and closely examine God's unconditional love for us. The Apostle Paul confirms that there is truly nothing in creation that can separate us from His love!
Last week we asked, if God is for us, who can be against us? We have an equally important question to explore today: If God has justified us, who can condemn us? Knowing the answer is crucial to our relationship with Jesus!
Do you know what all is included in the "price of the ticket" of your salvation? We all know that God sacrificed His Son for us. Today we'll see how there's nothing that He will withhold from His children!
We know that Romans 8:28 tells us that all things work together for the good of believers. But how do we understand this verse when we can't see how our circumstances could possibly work out for our good? Let's take a deeper look at this multi-faceted, transformative promise.
Romans 8:28 is a promise we can claim as children of an awesome God! This week, we dive into the certainty and the comprehensiveness of this promise.
None of us are strangers to suffering. We understand all too well the "groaning" that Paul describes in Romans 8. But Paul reminds us not to minimize the value of suffering. Our trials should make us eagerly long for our heavenly inheritance!