Sermon Notes. Habakkuk Chapter 2 verse 1 to 4
How to trust God through some of the darkest and most difficult days of your life.
Chapter One was all about Habakkuk pouring out his heart to God in a torrent of complaints. And we could identify with Habakkuk as we look out at our world today and sometimes wonder - Lord, where are You? Why don’t You step into this whole brokenness and pain and do something?
Sermon Notes on Habakkuk Chapter 1 verse 5 to 17.
Last week the questions that Habakkuk was wrestling with: Why aren’t You DOING something LORD, to turn the people’s hearts back to YOU?
Why aren’t YOU answering the cries of our hearts and the prayers that we’ve prayed?
This week we are going to look at God’s answers to those prayers and discover that far from easing Habakkuk’s fears, God’s answers may confuse Habakkuk.
Sermon Notes: Why God Why? Habakkuk Chapter 1
Who could ever have imagined a year ago that our whole world was going to be stretched, shaken, shattered, closed down by something called coronavirus? They say that in times of crisis people PRAY more. People are wondering, questioning and searching. 1: Does Prayer work? 2: Will GOD listen? 3: Can Prayer change things?
Those are Questions that we battle with as we bring our fears, worries, anxieties, struggles to God in Prayer.
Sermon Notes: When I’m struggling through Dark Days, where is God? 1 Kings 19:1-9
It’s easy to trust God when the sun is shining, your health is good, but what happens when a Pandemic hits and changes life beyond anything, we could ever have imagined possible?
You know life breaks us all and nobody gets through life without pain, and here we are in one of those broken times in life.
Sermon Notes. Ten Commandments
Exodus 20:17, ‘Do not covet your neighbour’s house. Do not covet your neighbour’s wife, male or female servant, ox or donkey, or anything else your neighbour owns.’ Learn to be content with what you have!
This commandment is about our desires, it’s about always wanting that little bit more. Covetousness is like sea water, the more you drink it, the thirstier you get.
1: We covet money and the things that money buys us.