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Chirstmas Eve 2019

"While You're There"

December 15, 2018 • Seth McRae • Jesus, christian, church, sermon, Radiant, Foursquare, Newport, Oregon, Seth, McRae

Luke 2:1, 3-7. Just because you didn't choose where you are doesn't mean God can't use where you are. When things are at their worst God is at His best. God is there in the place of frustration, rejection, and opposition.

Overwhelmed Episode 2

Decide Ahead of Time • May 11, 2019 • Seth McRae

I Samuel 30. At the endow David's life on the run he comes to Ziklag. The meaning of which is winding. David decided ahead of time how he would respond during the down times. "I will bless the Lord at all times." It is a choice beforehand. 1) Learn to encourage yourself in the Lord. 2) David inquired of the Lord. 3) Learn to interpret your steps. The key is obedience.

Lessons from Solomon

Overwhelmed • May 4, 2019 • Jeremy Parker

We are in a spiritual battle and we need to be fully equipped in that battle. II Chron. 6 - Solomon. You learn from mistakes. You gain wisdom. You can also get God's wisdom by asking (without having to make mistakes to learn.) Vs. 19-21. 1) God is waiting to hear from you. Vs. 22-23 2) God wants to help you heal your personal relationships. He wants to be involved with us being involved with other people. Vs 32-33 3) God wants to provide for you. Vs 7:14 4) God will help anyone that calls on His name.

Lesson from the Cave

How To Overcome Being Overwhelmed • April 27, 2019 • Seth McRae

I Sam 17. David defeats Goliath and marries King Saul's daughter. He becomes a national hero. Saul begins to see him as a threat. By I Samuel 19 David becomes a fugitive, running and hiding from Saul. I Sam. 22:1 He is overwhelmed by life. Lessons from the cave: 1 Even strong people get overwhelmed. Ps. 142:4-6. 2 Even when I am overwhelmed, God is still over all. Blind faith - close your eyes to life's problems. Biblical faith looks at reality and faces life's problems. Ps. 57:4. Shifts focus to God. Ps. 34. 3 The presence of problems does not mean the absence of God. John 20:1.