Sermons on New life
What our good friend Jonathan Kent shared with us on Sunday was about identity and how that related in the Apostle Peter’s life. Also that there are identity thieves out there that want to take away our identity and circumstances that shake your identity and also those who fake this identity. He reminded us to know who we are; that we God’s chosen people, that our identity has changed forever and we are to live fruitful and purposeful lives.
We have not only been saved by grace we are also being made new by grace. Today Dave explores the treasures of Ephesians 4 where we understand what God has done for us and receive it from him, to be filled with the Spirit and to walk in His amazing plans for us.
Arlo challenges us about what it means to truly live for God and understand His calling on your life. This looks different for all of us – allow God to speak to you about stepping out for Him as you listen to Arlo’s amazing story of transformation. What does it mean for you to be all out for God in your life today?
It’s good to remember where we have come from but even better to remember who you are now. Dave continues our adventure through Ephesians with a impacting message of how God takes what we were and brings us into something more amazing than we could have ever imagined.
Ephesians is such a rich vein of truth that just keeps producing faith and encouragement. Jonathan so encouraged us on Sunday to see the good news is all the better for really knowing what the bad news is. Paul reminds the Ephesians that they were dead spiritual in their sins BUT that God had made them alive in Christ – ground shaking truth.