Sermon Series
  • 1. God's Sovereignty, Part 1

    Contributed on May 5, 2006
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    God is in control!

    These verses speak of God’s Sovereignty – “all things to work” (v.28a) not just isolated incidents! Explanation: God has promised to take your promotion as well as you demotion, your prosperity as well as your poverty, your tragedy as well as your victory, and use it to accomplish something ...read more

  • 2. God's Providence, Part 2

    Contributed on May 5, 2006
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    I cannot tell you the number of times that I have seen the hand of God’s Providence working in my life.

    These verses speak of God’s Providence – “together” (v.28b) He takes the details of life and uses them to move us toward the Savior. Explanation: I cannot tell you the number of times that I have seen the hand of God’s Providence working in my life. He has brought people, things, circumstances ...read more

  • 3. God's Faithfulness, Part 3

    Contributed on May 5, 2006
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    God has promised to sovereignly and faithfully use your sickness, your problems, your pain, your heartache, your needs as well as the good things that are happening in your life to conform you to the image of His Son.

    These verses speak of God’s Faithfulness – “good” (v.28c, 29) God is faithful to complete the job of making you like Christ, despite what happens in life. Explanation: These verses do not teach us that everything that happens in our lives is good. That’s absurd! Humanely speaking, there’s very ...read more

  • 4. Man's Responsibility, Part 4

    Contributed on May 5, 2006
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    It’s only those who love God that can look over life’s journey and see God’s guiding and directing hand in and through it all. It’s distinctively a “Christian” experience.

    Opening Statement: A discouraged young lady came to D.L. Moody one day and said, “Mr. Moody, I want you to take my name off of the church roll. I’m tired, discouraged and don’t deserve to be on the roll.” Mr. Moody reached into his pocket, pulled out a slip of paper and wrote these words: “I do not ...read more