When we're stressed or overwhelmed, where is God? And what would He have us do? Listen to hear what the Bible has to say about anxiety.
Tear Down Your High Places
You’re making progress. Good. But there is some issue in your life that you haven’t addressed – some issue that you have been unwilling to deal with. Some sin that you’re letting hang on. In Judah, there were a number of good kings. But even the good kings did not take down the “high places” … Continue reading Tear Down Your High Places →
Depressed? Remember, You Matter To God!
Are you depressed? Are you beaten down? Do you wonder where God is in the middle of your hurts? Then here’s some encouragement: God is near, and He cares. In Psalm 139, we see that although we travel through some dark valleys, we’re never alone. God is with us and has ordained good on our … Continue reading Depressed? Remember, You Matter To God! →
The Lord Is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)
-The Lord is my shepherd- I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures- He leads me beside the still waters. He restores my soul- He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will … Continue reading The Lord Is My Shepherd (Psalm 23) →
Wind, Waves And The Drowning Man
Does it feel like you are drowning? For many of us, our present circumstances are so hard or unpleasant, that it feels like we’re drowning. We can’t seem to escape the situation that we’re in! If that’s you today, then click for this encouraging sermon from Jonah 2.
God Has Not Abandoned You
Life is hard. Pain is real. And yet, God is there. No matter how hard life may get, God will not abandon you over to it. He walks side by side with His children, hand in hand. Click to hear more in this encouraging sermon from Matthew 4. A new MP3 sermon from First Presbyterian … Continue reading God Has Not Abandoned You →
Hope: Your Story Ends Well (Be Encouraged)
Are you ready to give up? Are you depressed, hurting, or anxious about the future? Then know this - your story ends well. Click to hear this encouraging sermon from Psalm 113.