Saturday Classics (Page 3)
Does God have to work out your circumstances in a particular way and will you trust Him, regardless of what your circumstances may appear? This is where the good report emerges!
King Saul’s self worship resulted in a great self delusion, in that he believed he was actually serving God when he was really serving himself and brought God’s wrath upon him which led to his demise.
Have you made that decision to “go through” with God?
In today’s classic sermon, Pastor Ray distinguishes the “Life on God’s Terms” with the “Kingdom of Cain” who wanted to have be in charge of his own life.
Using the life of Daniel, Pastor Ray illustrates what it means to have our life on God’s terms and what that actually looks like.
On today’s sermon classic, Pastor Ray lays out the call of the Holy Spirit for the National Prayer Chapel and walks quickly through the model prayer, the Lord’s Prayer. May His kingdom come and His will be done in your life as you fully submit to Jesus. Similar messages: A Whole New Level of Devotion Jesus calls us out into the deep where there is no longer a point of escape except by the mighty hand of Jesus. Come join…
Jesus wants us to trust in His promises, not in our ability to create for ourselves. Are you trusting in Jesus to create all things in your life or are you trusting in your ability to make it through?
Are you happy in Jesus?
There is much witchcraft in the modern church because of an unwillingness to humble ourselves to Jesus. Let this message be a warning to your heart and mine.
When a great crushing comes upon our lives, what is our response to that great pain, whether it be the death of a loved one as it was for Pastor Ray, a major health concern, or some other crushing circumstance? God’s heart is to allow this crushing to allow the flowing out to others in self-sacrificing love.
Our best will never do, the question is not whether you’ve been banished from the presence of God, the question is whether you will remain so or not?
Through the blood of Jesus, we must overcome the human heart’s tendency toward fatalism, which results in a moral morass, where where not only may give up but also where self reigns supreme.