Sermon notes. Matthew Chapter 6 verse 19 to 34
Are you anxious, worried, upset, even fearful in this current uncertain climate, that you will not have enough, and that God will not be enough to carry you through?
Deeply rooted anxieties, fears and uncertainties, we all have them and struggle with them. we worry over our finances, our jobs, our futures. We are anxious about our health, our families, our children.
Sermon Notes: Fearless.
How can you learn to trust in Jesus and experience his peace when your heart is filled with so many fears? Matthew 8:23-27 and Mark 4:35-41
Fears, anxieties, worries, we all have them, we all struggle with them, we battle against them. Fears of insects, mice, dogs, the dark, heights, water, job fears, redundancy fears, financial fears, fears of test results from hospital and exam results from school / college.
Sermon Notes. Ecclesiastes Chapter 11 – Chapter 12
1: Look at life and seize the wonderful opportunities that God gives you in life. Don’t be afraid to take risks, God will bless you when you step out in faith.
‘Cast your bread upon the waters, for after many days you will find it again.’ What does that mean?
It means, take a risk – seize the wonderful opportunities that God gives you!
Sermon Notes: Ecclesiastes Chapter 8:11-9:12.
Sometimes when you look at life it seems so unfair. It just does not make sense! Do you ever get frustrated by the struggles of this life?
Sometimes when you are going through a particularly difficult time in your life you feel as if there is no GOD, no one in charge, no one in control of things. Is that how you feel?
1: We get frustrated when we feel that wicked people seem to able to do all kinds of wrong and still get away with it!
Sermon Notes: Ecclesiastes Chapter 7 verse 1 to 13.
Imagine changing the whole way that you look, not just your appearance, but the whole way that you look at life and the way that you are living life.
1: Look again at the painful times you go through in your life and learn to value them more – you can learn so much through them.
V1, ‘A good name is better than fine perfume, and the day of death better than the day of birth.