All of us go through suffering on different times of our life. I was reminded today that it is not about how to escape suffering but how we can be ready when suffering happens in our life. And it is really a question of what is the foundation of our life? Is it a strong foundation or is it something that will sink when trials come?
Hope this sermon will give you hope and help you stand on a foundation that will sustain you on times of suffering & pain.
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Most of us women, when we read Proverbs 31, we always feel that we will never become that kind of woman, she is too perfect. This sermon reminded me that as Christians we all strive to become Christ-like. So nothing is wrong with striving to become like the Proverbs 31 woman because it doesn’t make any different into striving to be Christ-like.
This sermon is such an encouragement and great reminder for all of us women, single or married as to what truly matters for the Lord.
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I want to start sharing sermons/podcasts that make me go back to God’s Word and confirm, “Did God really say that?” We get so inspired by what the speaker is only saying and we settle on that. What I like about David Platt’s sermons is that he always points back to the Word of God that after you hear him speak, you find yourself opening your Bible and wanting to know more about God.
With that said, I’m sharing here a podcast I listened today while I was working out at the gym. I’m excited to explore Acts 16 and read it like I never did before. Hope you will also be drawn to God more through this sermon.
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