Episode 38: Michael Jordan, Hurricanes, and Hard Candy

“God’s sovereignty means that he can coordinate and orchestrate every event in my life, every interaction, every decision as well as the butterfly effect of every other’s persons actions on this planet and every natural event, every molecule past, present and future, for my eternal good. While doing the exact same thing for every other believer. And somehow it all works out. The sweetness of God.” Family Worship Family Worship Devotional Download Open in Prayer Worship • Sing a song or songs about coming to know God (Only a Holy God, How Great......

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Episode 6: Who is God? God Is Sovereign

“Because God is a person who loves, cares, is wise, and is in absolute control over everything – from the mundane to the monumental, from COVID-19 to a harmless cough – then we can have absolute comfort that God not only works all things together, but He is thoughtfully, lovingly, and caringly working all things together.” Family Worship Family Worship Devotional Download Suggested Worship Songs: – Whate’er My God Ordains is Right – Behold Our God – God the Uncreated One (King Forevermore) Icebreaker: Can you share a time when you were afraid,......

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Safe in God's Hands (Psalm 46)

Key Idea: You can be confident in God when faced with difficulties in this world. God’s Power is Comforting (vv. 1-3) God’s Presence is Calming (vv. 4-7) God’s Purposes Certain (vv. 8-11)...

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Take Courage in God's Sovereignty (Acts 23)

Key idea: We can take courage in God’s sovereignty in any situation in life.   God sovereignty means that God is in absolute control over every event and circumstance in His creation.   God’s sovereignty… I. comforts us and gives us hope in injustice of the world (1-5). II. encourages us in our fear and discouragement (6-11). III. protects us in uncertainties in life (12-35)....

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Pursuing the Father's Heart (Jonah 4:1-11)

Faithful living means having the Father’s heart for the lost. In examining the closing chapter of Jonah, Pastor Kim offers two ways to pursue the Father’s heart, by 1) allowing your doctrine to lead to devotion, and 2) allowing the Gospel to lead to humility. The first few minutes of the sermon were not recorded. We apologize for any inconvenience....

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