Jesus wants your heart and life to be at peace even more than you do. And He alone can fix the heart because He created us.
In the struggling mess of our fragile lives, Jesus doesn’t hold his nose in disgust, he draws us close in devotion.
The Hebrew word for ‘broken-hearted’ is a powerful word, potent with emotion. It’s describing someone who literally feels like their life has been, or is being, broken into pieces.
God doesn’t come to us with condemnation, He comes to us with kindness.
King David was Israel’s most beloved King, with a passionate God-centered heart. And yet even David knew that he regularly needed to allow God to conduct some heart monitoring – and inevitably, some heart surgery.
In this final part of The Money Secret we explore the blessing of taking our giving to the next level of generosity. Why should we give extravagantly, and what happens when we do?
The church doesn’t want your money, God wants your heart! That’s been the key message throughout this whole teaching series. So what are the heart attitudes God is looking for? In this message we explore (1) embracing contentment, rejecting comparison, (2) embracing gratitude, rejecting greed, (3) embracing giving, rejecting getting.