Sermons on Numbers
Malachi 3:1, Matthew 3:3, Revelations 3:14-18
When we don’t see God moving in our now we reflect on what we think we have missed out on. When I complain, I have a mindset shift. I have forgotten the goodness of God and am reflecting on the percieved lack of God moving in my life. Exodus 16:1-13, Numbers 11:31, Numbers 1:1-6, Exodus 33:12-19
You and I have to take the step. I am only limited by my next step instead of wanting to camp on the other side around things I have already overcome. Not everybody wants what you want. Some want to stay on the other side- happy and content with their experience more than their promise. The dilemma…
When we stand for righteousness even in the midst of our fire, the world will take note. Don’t run away from the fire, run into it. Exodus 12:38, Numbers 11:4, Numbers 11:1-5, Isaiah 1:24-25, Malachi 3:3, Zechariah 13:9, Daniel 3:14-28, Isaiah 43:1-2
John 12:24, John 7:38-39, Genesis 2:5, Numbers 21:16-17, 1 Corinthians 6:19, Psalm 46:1-11, Genesis 2:10-14
I must receive what he has said about me. When something is not right in the house, you change the atmosphere so you can see a change in your situation. You MUST look to God. So many of us stop what we are building because we see things going wrong around us but we need to get up and keep building.