Whatever we put our focus on will eventually seep into what we do and who we are. In this message, Ps. Lucas brilliantly unpacks this message and shows us that in friendships/relationships we don't want to focus on insecurity, disappointment, and offense. With God we have all we need, we just have to always know that what we carry in Jesus is far better and stronger than what the Devil can throw our way.
Here at C3, we believe in a God who visits His people with power! What Jesus have we accepted into our life? Comfortable and casual, or Powerful and life-giving? Let this message both encourage and empower you to live your best life!
When we hear discussions about "being rich", we always allocate that to monetary gain, but in this message we hear about being filthy rich in mercy! Opening up the scriptures in Matthew 18, Ps. John expounds on the parable of the Master and the servants. Linking that to the passage in Ephesians 2, we learn that in order to increase in mercy we need to: Receive the Promise, Reciprocate the Privilege, Reconfigure the Judgement, and Repurpose the Pain.
This message from the three mentioned speakers outlines the power of exercising your faith, standing in the word, and resting and inner healing in the process.
“Unbelief closes the heavens over us”. This message illustrates for us principles of how we can ‘recover’ all that we have lost or how we can constantly ‘grow’ and how we can live from a place of abundance pursuing the face of God.
"The choices you make today will shape your future". This message shows us how much the way we live today influences the way our futures turn out - how Joseph (from the Old Testament) had a choice to make in different circumstances and how what he chose, shaped his life.
You have to go through a process to get to where God wants you to be. This message illustrates the importance of going through a process by giving us examples of Biblical men who were shaped by the processes they found themselves in.