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      Walking in Confidence
 
It is easy to see God working in your life when things are good. The car is running fine, the kids are behaving, I have money in the bank and in my wallet, my spouse loves me, etc. But do you have trouble finding the hand of God in ALL your circumstances? Right now you may be saying to yourself that "all things" certainly did not include my situation, my past, my pain, my hurt, and my grief. Can we truly walk in confidence in all circumstances? Click on any link below to listen to a message.
 
1. ALL THINGS -- (ROMANS 8:26-39) (11/7/2010) -- I will be the first to admit that it is easy to teach the promises of God, but sometimes it is difficult to walk in them.
 
2. GOD WORKS -- (ROMANS 8:28) (11/14/2010) -- The devil is presented in Scripture as nothing less than God's tireless enemy. His plan is to steal, kill, and destroy. Whatever he does he does with a wicked and anti-God, anti-holiness, and anti-life agenda. But whether he likes it or not, the devil is a servant of the sovereign God.
 
3. FOR THE GOOD -- (JOHN 11:1-16) (11/21/2010) -- The true equation and the promise of ROMANS 8:28 is from God's perspective. And God's perspective is saying this: "All things" plus "God working them" will equal a believer that becomes molded into the likeness of Christ. And that can only result in good.
 
4. WHO HAVE BEEN CALLED -- (JOHN 10:27-30) (11/28/2010) -- And just as God knew Jeremiah before he was in his mother's womb, so the Lord also knew you as a believer before you were in your mother's womb. Your calling as a believer was a completed action before your parents ever thought about you.
 
5. THOSE WHO LOVE GOD -- (1JOHN 4:7-12;19-21) (1/2/2011) -- Do we love God only because of the gifts or do we love God BEYOND the receiving of the gifts? Or using my daughter's example, do we love God because He buys us stuff? And when the stuff runs out, does our love for Him run out too?
 
 
 
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