Sun, Dec 08, 2019
Although we may appear to have it together on the outside, every now and then we all need a faith tune-up on the inside. There is no better passage of scripture suited for this maintenance check than Philippians 4:6. Paul told the church at Philippi to leave worry behind by humbly praying with thanksgiving in every situation. Our pastor reminds us that we too can reset and retune our faith by revisiting this succinct, eloquent text.
Do you toss and turn all night? Feel stressed about your future, the future of those you love, or more generally about the fate of our nation? When anxiety robs you of peace that surpasses understanding, and your current dilemma is all-consuming, you are likely overdue for a faith tune-up.
Be anxious for nothing and remember that God has always seen you through. Recognize that He has another move. Make your petitions known by praying with a humble heart, acknowledging that when you cannot, He can. He can do all things. So, continue walking in faith, with your head held high.
Prayer is the permission slip that liberates us from our worries. Hold your permission slip close to your heart. Never, ever leave it behind. When you pray, assume the appropriate posture, acknowledging God’s superiority, with a spirit of thanksgiving. Be a high performance, optimized Christian. Get your faith tune-up often.
Duration:25 mins 2 secs