The Psalmist tells us to Praise God together, and to do it all circumstances. He knows that won’t be easy so he gives three things to focus to help us praise in desperate times. To praise in any situations, focus on God’s love, God's sovereignty, and God's nature and character.
How are you living your life? Our lives our lives are short, as are those around us, and the Lord has commissioned us as his ambassadors. We are his plan to deliver HIS message of rescue, and we ought to be doing all we can to introduce people to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. According to the Apostle Paul in II Cor. 9:12, living for the Gospel’s sake means to endure anything. In this session, we’re going to look at what it means to life For the Gospel’s Sake.
As believers, we can live under conviction and not condemnation, but to do that, we must understand the truth about forgiveness and sin. Forgiveness of sin removes condemnation and gives us victory over it, meaning we are no longer controlled by it. However, we still sin, and when we do, we can choose to let it convict us rather than condemn us.
The salvation experience is about a life of Christ following, not out of our own power or initiative, but by the transforming power of the Holy Spirit of God who has taken up residence in our heart. The reality of our faith is that it puts us in a relationship with Christ. The result of our faith is that it transforms us.
The Christian Life is to be personally and intimately developed but it is also to be boldly and publically shared. Jesus told his disciples to be and make disiciples. He has given us the responsility and the power and authority to do it.