Sermons

2Ti 4:2 Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage– with great patience and careful instruction.

Pastor Rich Laskowski - July 16, 2017

God is Building a House

God is Building a House

The message is titled, God is Building a House. Many people question why God has allowed pain and trouble in their lives and why after many prayers and tears it remains. There is an answer, and it’s not that you don’t have enough faith, and it’s not that God doesn’t care. God is building a house and you are an important part of it. We all love the taste of victory, but there will be times when victory seems a long way off. It’s in those times of trial that God uses struggle as a tool to reveal His glory as we surrender to the skill of a Master craftsman. You may be going through a struggle right now, let us encourage you this Sunday and help you to see that God has not forgotten you, He is there with His hand on your shoulder busy at work creating, shaping, building something beautiful – endure this season of testing knowing that the clouds will soon break and His glory will brilliantly be revealed.

From Series: "The House of God"

We begin a new sermon series titled The House of God. We will explore how God has gradually revealed the concept of “His House” through the generations. Our journey will take us through the altars, tabernacle, temples, and indwelling of God in the hearts of the followers of Christ, then will finally culminate in the New Jerusalem, where God will tabernacle or dwell with His people forever. Every message will teach us what God’s design and purpose is for the present-day church, and how these concepts can be applied to our homes and families. Get in on this first message and don’t miss one, I guarantee you will be transformed as you see this beautiful tapestry of God’s desire to gather and draw near to His people in His house unfold before your eyes.

More Messages

Powered by Series Engine

Let's Connect

We would love to hear from you, give us a call  812 - 443 - 0423.

Email

Prayer Request

Facebook

Copyright Christ Community Church  2019 |  Created by Lazarus Web design