Wisdom says that more than anything else we should guard our hearts. In this sermon we talk about what the bible means when it is talking about our heart and how we can guard it.
The path of wisdom leads to the flourishing of all things. But that path is counterintuitive. In week 2 of How Life Works we examined the counterintuitive nature of trust.
The book of Proverbs says there are two ways to live: the way of wisdom and the way of foolishness. The way of wisdom leads to the flourishing of all things; the way of foolishness leads to death. This sermon, the first in our How Life Works series, is on the wisdom of searching for wisdom.
Week 1 of our Shadows sermon series takes us into the subtle nuances that shape Cain's heart to the place where he murders his own brother. How do you get to the place where you kill your own brother? The answer - his bones were rotten.
Jesus said that His followers will know His voice. Why, then, is it so hard for followers of Jesus to actually know when God is speaking to us. This sermon helps us to understand how God speaks and how we can grow in our capacity to hear God.
The story of the bible begins with humans and God in unbroken relationship and ends with humans and God in unbroken relationship. The middle tells the story of God moving progressively closer. If you've ever wondered where God is, this sermon is for you.