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Do you expect Jesus to work miracles during the storms of your life, or do you live in his presence daily? Today's winter storm is a reminder not to go to Jesus only during a storm, but to remember that he is with us and has promised to be with us at all times.
Do you wonder how you'll deal with the stress of the holiday season? Find God's peace in your life through rejoicing, prayer, and thanksgiving.
Text: Philippians 4:4-7
This is a video summary of our bible study from Dec. 6, 2009. We talked about these principles of giving from 2 Corinthians 8: 1) Give with a cheerful attitude; 2) give according to your means; and 3) follow your heart in giving as God leads you (v. 12).
In Philippians 1:3-11, Paul sets the tone for us by focusing on others instead of his own situation, fears, and troubles. Many of us need to be less selfish in our lives. We can know that we're growing spiritually when we focus more on others and less on ourselves.
In this video summary of our bible study from Sunday, November 29, 2009, I discuss our budget, how the numbers work, and what the bible says about giving, primarily from 1 and 2 Corinthians. This ended up being a "Part 1" because I ran out of time (big surprise!), so "Part 2" will be next week.
In this video devotional, I contrast Paul teaching in 1 Timothy 6:6-11, 17-19 about godliness and contentment with his teaching against love of money and pursuit of material possessions.
In this video I share my thoughts about our Thanksgiving Outreach ministry.
In this video devotional I look at how Jesus calls us to put action behind our intention to serve him. Inaction never solves a problem.
This blog is for articles and book reviews. I post my sermons at my Sermons page, where you can listen to sermons online or download them in MP3 format.
Although I work for the Otisville Church of Christ in Otisville, Michigan, this blog represents my own thoughts and does not necessarily correspond to the views and workings of the Otisville Church of Christ.
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