Contributed on Oct 17, 2020
The Spirit of God gave me this series one morning as I was sitting on my deck watching the leaves fall as the season was changing. The message He gave me was simple, "The farther we are from the Son, the colder we become."
Four Seasons of Life – Part 1 Scripture: Genesis 8:20-22; Matthew 24:12; Ecclesiastes 4:9-11 On Monday September 28th I was drinking my coffee on my deck and just thinking about life and the changes of the seasons. It was a quiet, fall morning and there was a slight chill in the air. As I ...read more
Contributed on Oct 24, 2020
In Part 2 of this series we look at the seaon of Fall. Our spiritual Falls represent the time when we must are starting to lose hope. Life has beat us down and we are struggling to see the light at the end of the tunnel. This message shares how we can ragain what we lost.
Four Seasons of Life – Part 2 Fall Scripture: James 4:7-8; Romans 12:2; 2 Corinthians 4:16-18 This is part two of my series the “Four Season of Life.” Last week I talked about our spiritual winters and this morning we will be examining our spiritual fall. As a recap from last week, I told you ...read more
Contributed on Oct 30, 2020
In this message I examine the spiritual seasons of Spring and Summer - those times when we are reawakening our gifts and drawing nearer to God.
Four Seasons of Life – Part 3 Spring and Summer Scripture: Luke 15:11-24; Psalm 100:1-5; James 1:22-25 This is part three of my series the “Four Season of Life.” Last week I talked about our spiritual falls and this morning we will be examining our spiritual springs and summers. If you ...read more
Contributed on Nov 7, 2020
In the conclusion of this series we examine the seasonal "variations" in the weather close to the Equator. Spiritually, we should live close to the Equator with seasonal variations of the same versus total, complete seasonal change.
Four Seasons of Life – Part 4 Equator Living Scripture: Matthew 24:12; First Corinthians 15:55-58; John 14:26 This morning I will conclude my series “Four Seasons of Life.” While I have covered each of the four seasons, Winter, Fall, Spring and Summer, I want to conclude the series with a ...read more