Romans, Part 12: How to Grow Hopeful During Affliction
March 8, 2020: As the 1980s investment commercial said, “When E.F. Hutton talks, people listen.” Are you an investor? If you have time, treasure or talent, you’re an investor. You’re investing yourself in one activity or another, whether at your job, your home, in the community or at church. Today, Pastor Greg Byman opens Deuteronomy 17:18-20 to see how God ordains his children to invest their time, treasure and energy in studying, memorizing, teaching and proclaiming the Word of God. When God talks, his children must listen.
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By Pastor Greg Byman
St Joe Community Church
April 22, 2018
What on earth are you here for? What person are you to marry? What children are you to raise? What vocation are you to occupy? What mission are you to join? Whatever God may have in store for you, that calling will fall within the parameters that his word provides for all believers in Christ. This week, Pastor Greg Byman takes a look at Romans 8:28-30 to learn about God’s big ideas for your calling. This week we’ll consider how God necessarily is calling every Christ-follower according to God’s plan. Next, your calling necessarily requires that you increasingly become more like Jesus. Finally, your purpose necessarily will involve helping people. Pastor Greg Byman delivered “What on Earth Am I Here For?” on April 22, 2018 at St. Joe Community Church.
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