Pastor Brian Grant will finish the message begun last week, lessons to be learned from the faith of Joshua as he led the People of God to take possession of the Promised Land. They faced giants. We may face giants as we learn to trust God’s promises as well. But pastor Grant offers 'Three R’s' that will gain mastery over giants every time. The first “R” is to “Rest in the certainty of God’s presence.”
Pastor Brian Grant will tell us how we can learn from the Children of Israel, to gain mastery and to prosper in spite of the giants we may be called upon to face in our own life experiences.
Pastor Grant lists two more things that are guaranteed to every Believer because of Christ’s resurrection.
Pastor Grant brings us timeless game-changing guarantees secured by Christ’s victorious resurrection from the dead that form the foundation of the gospel message and secure the eternal blessedness and security of every Believer.
The first part of the message ended with Pastor Grant describing how the new life of the Christian submits to God instead of acting in its own strength. That’s where we pick it up again as Pastor Grant concludes his message, “Living the Resurrected Life.”
Newness of Life should characterize the life habits of everyone who has joined Christ in His death and resurrection by believing and submitting to the claims of the Gospel. Pastor Brian Grant will share four lessons from scripture that illustrate, in practical terms, what that life should look like.
In the last message, Pastor Brian Grant shared with us three steps that are required of us in order to achieve God’s destiny in our lives. This evening, we will hear two more steps to achieving God’s destiny for the lives of His people.
Listen as Pastor Grant brings the concluding part of his message entitled, “Endless Love.”
Follow along as Pastor Grant presents his Easter Sunday message entitled, “Endless Love”.
Pastor Brian Grant continues in the experiences of the children of Israel as they moved into their inheritances in the Promised Land, bringing out how we often can base success on what we can do in our own strength rather than placing complete confidence in God’s ability.