What Is Broken Can Be Used By God

The Mightiest Are Broken

#6 - 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 • February 18, 2018 • John Anderson

God wants to use every one of us in a greater way than He is right now.  But we need to be willing to cooperate in the process of being broken to see it happen.  Even the mighty Apostle Paul had a "thorn in the flesh" to bring him closer to God.  Are you willing to be broken so that the power of Christ may rest on you?

The Key to Brokenness

#5 - Isaiah 6:1-8    2 Chronicles 26 • February 11, 2018 • John Anderson

The prophet Isaiah was greatly privileged to get a glimpse of the throne of God - holy, high and lifted up.  We need a similar fresh view of the greatness of our God to set us aright, to bring brokenness and revival. The broken willingly respond, "Here am I, send me."

When the Hits Keep Coming

#4 - Job 1:1-12 Job 2 • January 28, 2018 • John Anderson

Bad things happen even to good people.  The life of Job, a spiritual and upright man, proves it.  What do we do when we're in the middle of some horrible situations and heaven seems silent?

The Pain of Change

#3 - Genesis 32:24-32 • January 21, 2018 • John Anderson

Jacob tried most all of his life to escape the process of brokenness, and his self-sufficiency and scheming. God had to have a wrestling match with him and show him some tough but transforming love to bring about change in his life. Are you willing to embrace pain to be brought close to God and live in dependency upon Him?

Only the Broken Get Better

#2 - 2 Kings 5:1-14 • January 14, 2018 • John Anderson

The great Syrian general, Naaman, a mighty man in valor, found out that the product of blessing only comes through the path of brokenness.  We too, need to learn that lesson.  Learn the process that brings us to the meeting of our greatest need!

Detecting Brokenness

#1 - Isaiah 57:15 • January 7, 2018 • John Anderson

Christians are not exempt from pain and trouble, and often God uses brokenness in our lives to make us suitable for His service.  Are you cooperating with God in this process, and do you look for His hand in all of life's circumstances?