Faith pleases God and He rewards those who diligently seek Him. Listen to understand why and how the heart and the imagination are so important to truly walking by faith.
This is the last message in a series of messages on the subject of "limiting God”. Pastor Jason shares three more ways that we can enlarge our hearts toward God and toward others. Listen and be encouraged today!
This is a powerful teaching on the “victim mindset”. We all have an image on the inside of us of who we are and what we can do. Proverbs 23:7 tells us that “as a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” If you think you are a victim, then you will live like a victim. Listen as Pastor Jason talks about the signs of a victim mentality and how to move from victim to victory!
If we will open wide our hearts to God, He will expand our hearts with love, peace, and joy. If we restrict our hearts from receiving God’s love, then we open the door for fear to take over. Listen to this powerful message as Pastor Jason shows us several ways to open our hearts to the Lord!
Scripture tells us that “above all else we should guard our hearts”. The reason for this is because our lives are going the way our hearts are going. All life starts in the heart. It is vital for us as Believers to learn how to protect our hearts. Listen as Pastor Jason shares two main ways to guard your heart on a daily basis. Enjoy!
Every Believer has been given a new heart just as Ezekiel prophesied (Ezekiel 36:26). The truth is that even though we have been given a new heart, we can still do damage to our hearts by putting bad treasure in the treasure chest. Many Believers live with unhealthy hearts because there are areas of their hearts that have not been submitted to the Lordship of Jesus. This is a powerful message dealing with heart problems and how they limit God in our lives. Listen and be empowered by the Word of God today!
Listen as Pastor Jason highlights three things that can damage your spiritual heart and cause you to limit God in your life.
The Bible tells us in Psalm 78:41 that Israel “limited” God. In other words, there were things that God wanted to give Israel that they couldn’t receive because they were unwilling to cooperate with God. Are you limiting God in your life? Listen as Pastor Jason talks about the one common denominator in all things that limit God.
Paul prayed in the third chapter of Ephesians that we would “comprehend” God’s love for us. Comprehending goes past knowing. Comprehending means perceiving, grasping, and understanding. We are called to know the love of God that surpasses knowledge. This message explains the difference between knowing and understanding God’s love and how understanding impacts our actions. Listen and be blessed today!
What is the piece of your heart that has not been practical to give to God? Will you ask God to give you the gift of repentance because all God wants is for us to return and be faithful. He has given us the grace to change.