Sermons from July 2023
Common things like nature, travel, and even ice cream can bring us an appreciation for God and spiritual rest. They are good for the soul. But as crazy as it might sound, could an uncommon, seemingly impossible command from Jesus to love our enemies be the same? It just so happens that Jesus’ teaching on loving our enemies wasn’t just a command, it was also an invitation to experience personal well-being.
Settings like gathering around a fire pit are good for your soul because they create an environment for human connection, and when we connect with humans we connect with God. *Christ’s Church is a strategic partner of Grace Chapel in Lexington, MA and features the teaching of Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team.
Travel is good for your soul when you invite God along for the ride. *Christ’s Church is a strategic partner of Grace Chapel in Lexington, MA and features the teaching of Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team.
Who doesn’t love the simple pleasures of life? A soft pillow. Ice cream on a warm summer day. Yet one doesn’t experience the fullness of life through overindulgence or materialism either. They don’t feed the soul. So how can earthly pleasures be any spiritual good? We’ll take a look at Psalm 16 to answer that.
After defeating the false prophets of Baal, Elijah is on the run from the Queen who has vowed to kill him. He’s exhausted, burned out, and just wants to quit. God sends an angel to him and the first thing Elijah does is take a nap. Similarly, after a long year, summer is finally here but you might find yourself exhausted, burned out, and maybe wanting to quit. Taking some naps this summer may be the first step in saving…