Audio sermon podcast for Foothills Church in Cameron Park, CA.
The God of Promises
We continue our series we are calling Christmas Hope, and our focus today is on God's promises. We are going to look at a story about Abraham and Isaac and a long journey to the top of a mountain where they have an encounter with God. This is both a historical retelling of events and a foreshadowing of what was to come.
Christmas Hope Promised
Despite the emotions that might get stirred up in you during the Holidays, the Bible tells us that Christmas is a season that is all about hope. And we’re going to show you what that means throughout the series. This first message is titled Hope Promised. And today we’re going all the way back to Genesis to take a look at the fundamental need for Christmas.
Hope is Born
Today we come to the conclusion of our series in Ruth we’ve been calling “Profound Provision.” In this series wrap up message, I want to do a couple things. (1) This story has some really helpful lessons for us in our lives. I want to revisit a few of those because I don’t want us to miss them. (2) Secondly, I want to take a look at the last few verses of our story and take note of the reality that God’s profound provision for the characters in this story is a foreshadowing of God’s ultimate provision for you and for me.
Redemption at Last
We’re looking at chapter 4 of Ruth, and today is going to be fun! This morning’s text delivers the good stuff we’ve been waiting for. The unexpected dream of being redeemed by one of the finest men in all of Bethlehem might just become a reality for Ruth.
We’re continuing in our current series in the book of Ruth called, “Profound Provisions,” where we are unpacking the story of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz. Today, we’re going to be diving into chapter 3, which is an interesting and intriguing story that tends to leave people with more questions than answers.
When It’s More Than Coincidence
Today we’ll learn that God’s providence is often behind things that seem coincidental in our lives.