Messages with tag - Pastor Chad Roberts,

Sun, Dec 11, 2016
Duration:41 mins 44 secs
What do you do when God answers your prayer in a way that you did not expect or even desire? When God told Habakkuk in chapter 1 how He was going to raise up the Chaldeans to capture Israel, Habakkuk was devastated. He could not reconcile God's actions with God's character. Have you ever been there? Have you been in situations where you knew God could have intervened or changed His mind, but He didn't? In Pt. 2 of our study on Habakkuk, Pastor Chad walks us through how Habakkuk responded to God in a sermon called, "Watching & Waiting."
Sun, Dec 04, 2016
Duration:49 mins 58 secs
Habakkuk is an Old Testament Prophet, whose name means, "To Embrace." The Book of Habakkuk teaches us how to embrace the Sovereignty and wisdom of God. Habakkuk is a comforting book because it is a dialogue between God and man. Habakkuk has complaints against the Lord and he asks God hard questions. Questions that most of us ask along the road to spiritual maturity. Habakkuk asks the Lord how He can be just yet allow injustice? How can he be silent when Habakkuk is crying out to Him? How can God have pure eyes yet look at evil? These are questions people are still asking today and we find the answers in the 3 short chapters of Habakkuk. It is a special book and we are glad you are beginning this journey with us in Habakkuk 1 entitled, "Wonder & Worry."
Topical Sermon
Sun, Oct 30, 2016
Duration:5 mins 16 secs
When the men of 2 Kings 6 lost a borrowed axe head, it halted the work they were doing. Their progress had to stop. The man of God, Elisha, asked them, "where did it fall?" When they showed him, he threw a stick in the Jordan River and that act of obedience caused the iron axe head to float. In this sermon, Pastor Chad challenges us with the same question, "Where did you lose it?" Where did your spiritual growth stop? Where did your growth come to a halt? He then shows us how obedience can cause God to begin to work in our lives again. We hope you find this sermon encouraging in your walk with Christ.
The Attributes of God
Sun, Jul 31, 2016
Duration:41 mins 10 secs
God's Justice is the conclusion to the Attributes Series. Our goal has been to understand God's nature (who He is) and God's actions (what He does). The Bible teaches that God is just and right in all that He does. Join us as we examine Acts 17 and Micah 6 to gain a greater understanding of the character and nature of God.
The Attributes of God
Sun, Jul 24, 2016
Duration:34 mins 54 secs
Most Christians think God wants them happy. The Bible teaches God wants us Holy. As Charles Spurgeon once said, "Holiness is the pathway to happiness for a Christian." In Pt. 4 of the Attributes of God, Pastor Chad explains what holiness is and why the Lord expects us to live holy lives. We answer the question, "How can someone like myself become holy when I know the sin in my life the potential to sin in temptations I face?" We answer this and more with 1 Peter 1:13-15 as our text. We hope you enjoy this talk on God's holiness as we explore how we can learn who God is and what He expects from His Word.
The Attributes of God
Sun, Jul 17, 2016
Duration:40 mins 53 secs
In week 3 of the Attributes of God Series, explore Psalm 31 with Pastor Chad as he dives deep into the text to show how God both stores His goodness and works His goodness in our lives. Understand why goodness is an attribute of the Lord and how our lives should be filled with His goodness and spilling over onto everyone we meet.
The Attributes of God
Sun, Jul 03, 2016
Duration:51 mins 32 secs
Just as God is perfect in His love, so is He perfect in His wrath. In week one of the Attributes of God, Pastor Chad explores the Biblical truth of God's Wrath by giving answers to four different questions. First, how do you define the wrath of God? Second, is the wrath of God different than our human anger? Third, will God's wrath come upon the United States of America? Lastly, will we one day face the wrath of God and if so, what can we do about it.

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