Sermon preached on 10/2/2016 – Hidden Valley Worship Center Jewish New Year 5777 This evening is the beginning of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year. Every year we take a moment to look at the dates, to understand the significance that we can see prophetically in a year. For those who are not familiar, here
Pastor Chris talks about how a “No Limits” mindset concerning how God wants to work in and through your life is a direct result of choosing to believe God. God’s plans and purposes are greater than what you think and He removes all the limitations that we have put in place in order to fulfill
Pastor Chris simply encourages us to put our eyes on Christ and to not allow for the things that change to drive your actions, but to keep to God’s purposes and plans.
Pastor Chris shares on giving testimony to what the blood of Jesus has done in your life. God’s will is for us to give all the glory in all things and to retell of His goodness in our lives. Either through healing of the heart, the mind or the body, remember to build your faith
Pastor Chris talks about the current state of affairs in the world and the Christian biblical response to them. We are to no longer respond in fear of terror and anger, but in faith and love. Ephesians 1:16-19. God is calling His church to rise with authority and to be a light in the world
Pastor Chris talks about the keys to finding the will of God in every situation. The reality that blessing, glory and faith all play a vital role in the process means that we can weigh out and choose the right things and see Gods kingdom come to earth.