Starting August 15, join us for a 4-week sermon series, God of the Impossible, where we’ll take a look at stories from the Old Testament and see how God did the impossible. We’ll see a seemingly impossible situation become possible through the partnership of a trusting person and God’s incredible power. God is always looking for people who are willing to trust Him so that He can use them to do His seemingly impossible work, for His glory and our joy.
Seemingly Impossible Sea | August 15th, 2021
The story of the Israelites and the Red Sea is a relatable example of facing an impossible situation and feeling overwhelmed, unprepared, and boxed in. Like them, when we are in seemingly impossible situations, we have a choice to react with panic or faith.
Seemingly Impossible Protection | August 22nd, 2021
When we look at the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, we see seemingly impossible protection. They had the choice to obey God and face the fiery furnace, or choose to compromise their faith. This story inspires us to live with zeal knowing that God uses impossible situations to reveal His glory.
Seemingly Impossible Call | August 29th, 2021
When we look at the story of Elijah at Mount Carmel, we see the setup of an impossible situation. God called Elijah to help show the people who is the one true God. This story teaches us that trusting God’s promises will lead us through seemingly impossible situations.
Seemingly Impossible Limits | September 5th, 2021
As we conclude the series, we look at the story of the widow’s oil from 2 Kings 4:1-7. We learn that if we’re facing a challenge that relates to a promise of God, then God wants us to have a “huge jar of faith” and cling to it tenaciously. God’s miraculous work in our life will be in proportion to our faith.