Often we read scripture from the identity we have, whether it is a victim identity or one of a son/daughter. Matt continues his study on our Identity in Christ and encourages us to live in the freedom of sonship/daughterhood.
Following the sermon is a collection of soundbites representing the worship service today. The Holy Spirit was moving and we had words, testimonies, a time of the kids praying for healing for the adults, and some inspired exhortations.
Continuing in our study of our identify in Christ we are reminded that only sons and daughters inherit the Kingdom. Paul’s encouragement to come out of sin spurs us into living as sons and daughters in the Kingdom and not victims outside of all the inheritance.
Are you living in the Kingdom of Christ as a victorious son or daughter of the Father? Matt continues to share from Romans 5 on how to live in the victory of Christ’s Kingdom as a son or a daughter, not falling into the mindset or lifestyle of a victim.
Jesus said that his followers would worship him in spirit and in truth, but do you ever feel like worship is relegated to an event on Sunday morning? Ryan shares insight into worship, to give us a fresh understanding of our call and freedom to worship God.
There is a shift that must take place in each of our lives when we move from the childlike understanding that my identity comes from what happens to me, to a mature understanding that through Christ I am who he says I am.
May this word bring life to you and freedom to walk as the son or daughter you are.
Jesus is setting people free here at Metro in the ministry time we are calling Lazarus Sessions. Hear about these sessions from our prophetic ministry leader, David Gunsolley, and a couple of testimonies of how individual lives have been changed.
Sessions are available to anyone and are free. Please contact us to schedule a session.
Jesus’ life of obedience and work on the cross made a way for us to walk not as victims or victimizers, but true sons and daughters of our Father. We won’t settle for only part of our inheritance. We won’t settle for Goo when we can have Goodness.
Are you hungry for a greater move of the Holy Spirit in our church family and in your @s? The words that were given during worship time and the sermon brought by David Gunsolley are preparing us for a greater move by the Holy Spirit in our midst. We have been asked to prepare our hearts by engaging in community and entering into worship with expectation. Come join us in June as we fellowship and worship together.
During our worship service several words came forth encouraging us in our walk with the Lord. This recording begins and ends with the emphasis on the Joy of the Lord. In the middle Matt shares some insights from Hebrews chapter 12.