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Supernatural

The Miracles of God

Supernatural - Part 5

Over Sin • July 26, 2020 • Randy Hageman

We most often think of miracles in the physical sense, whether they’re healings or dividing the Red Sea or providing food for thousands. But are these the most significant displays of God’s supernatural power? Or, are there even greater miracles, that not only happened in biblical times but continue today in great numbers. The Bible actually makes it very clear that God’s greatest supernatural miracle is still happening, and it may just be waiting to happen in your life today!

Supernatural - Part 4

Bread of Life • July 19, 2020 • Carson Minish

Supernatural - Part 3

Over Health • July 12, 2020 • Randy Hageman

The Bible affirms from beginning to end that God is a supernatural Healer, and we sometimes use the title “The Great Physician,” to speak of Him. But does God heal simply because we want Him to, or are there other reasons in play? And what about those times when a person isn’t physically healed? How do we make sense of healings in the Bible and in life today?

Supernatural - Part 2

Over Nations • July 5, 2020 • Randy Hageman

Last week we looked at God’s miracles over the physical world, His creation. But His supernatural power isn’t limited to the world around us. And He doesn’t just work in the lives of individuals, either. In the Bible we see God working in and over nations. So, this week, as we celebrate our nation’s 244th birthday, we look at His supernatural power over nations, including America, and the hope that gives us.

Supernatural Part 1 - Over the Physical World

The Parting of the Red Sea • June 28, 2020 • Randy Hageman

People think of miracles in lots of different ways, from good fortune to truly earth-shattering events. In today’s message, we begin to explore one specific area of miracles – settings where God works supernaturally over our physical world. Of course, the best example of that is Creation itself, but there are many other examples in Scripture. Today we’ll dig into the Exodus, when God led Moses and the people of Israel out of Egypt and across the Red Sea, to see what these kinds of miracles say to us today.