Sunday, I will be asking:
What do you want? What is your heart’s desire? What are you hoping to gain out of life? What are you hoping to gain out of your relationship with God? There are times in the life of Jesus on earth when He asked-What do you want? The question isn’t “What do you believe?” or “What do you know?” The question is “What do you want?” I hope you join us Sunday to dig deep with this question and what it means in your spiritual journey.
For background read: Proverbs 4:20-27
Understanding God is one of our primary desires in this world. Why does God do (or not do) the things we so desperately crave for Him to do? Wanting to understand God is a deep desire that resides in each of us. To try is not a bad thing. I believe you may even have that desire because you have been created to find the answer to who God is and how to love Him. This week we will discover what the Holy Spirit reveals to us on this Pentecost Sunday.
For background read: 1 Corinthians 2:9-10
Often we have a hard time understanding the Trinity. We try to come up with analogies to explain how God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit are one God. I’ve heard it explained in many different analogies. We seem to have a need to try to figure out how God, Jesus and the Holy spirit are the same God. This sermon is an attempt to explain. Join us on Sunday for a new and creative way to look at the Holy Trinity.
For background read: Romans 5:1-5