Every good and healthy ingredient to a relationship, we learn as humans from God and how He treats us. When you think of security and being loved for a life time, or the giving of one’s self for another, or having your faith and hope restored – they all come through the incredible power and character of our Heavenly Father! Listen and be blessed!
One of the greatest things God has done for us is love us so well, so strongly, so unrelentingly; that He removed all our fear and replaced it with safety. Knowing and believing the love God has for us empowers us to love and respect others to the point of driving out all fear from the relationship. Do you feel safe around certain loved ones? Do you feel valued and cared for? Listen in and once again be immersed in God’s great love!
The blessed combination of Repentance and Forgiveness is one more thing that God has joined together that man should not separate. We have all wondered like Peter, “Lord if someone sins against me, how many times should I forgive them?” Jesus famous answer of, “I tell you not just seven times, but seventy times seven” basically means we are to forgive each time a person repents to us. This is an impossible task without the Holy Spirit’s internal help and power, but in this dynamic message you will be heightened to tap into that very source!
Join us as we dive into the Relationship flow. Jesus embodied a specific way of prioritizing relationships, and it is one that promotes a healthy balance if we choose to adopt it. Listen as Pastor Jeremy unpacks the biblical approach to prioritizing our relationships.
Since God invented humanity, by default He invented relationships! It only makes sense then that we should go to Him to know exactly what makes them healthy. In this message, the Holy Spirit highlights communication: Talking, Listening, Understanding, and Feedback. Listen and be blessed!
If you have been alive very long you have had both good and challenging experiences where relationships are concerned. In this message, the Holy Spirit infuses Godly wisdom and counsel on how to respond when the other person (not us) seems to be the problem. You will also hear about; six types of difficult people and how to deal with difficult people.
1 Thessalonians 4:9 says we are “taught by God to love each other.” In a culture that seems to learn love from all kinds of sources other than God, we must get back to allowing Him to teach us how to have healthy relationships. In this opening session, we look at the first of three major issues in relationships -- Us! So many times we want to blame God or others for relational breakdowns and strife but Jesus instructs us to always begin with the log in our own eye before addressing the speck in someone else’s eye.