What is your biggest problem?
In talking with some of our church members last night, I discovered that many of us have anxieties during our COVID-19 pandemic. Some hate being alone. Others are fearful that we will run out of food or other supplies. Some that have a fragile immune system are concerned of catching the virus and spending time alone in the hospital.
In spite of the fear of COVID-19, some have bigger problems. Relationships, finances, heartaches, physical struggles and other tragedies appear huge in many lives. Regardless of your biggest problem…
How big is your God?
I’m not necessarily asking how big God is… but how big is your perception of God? The size of your God determines the size of everything else. If you have a big God, you will have no limits. If you have a little god in your mind, you will spend you life worrying over every problem. The bigger God gets the small our problems become.
This Sunday, April 26, I continue a new sermon series called Tips for a Follower from Luke 5. Even followers Jesus have big problems. But God is bigger than any problem we may have.
This Sunday I will share the story of two people with big problems: one guy had leprosy and another was paralyzed (Luke 5:12-26). Jesus was bigger. We will discover that big problems cause us to search for big solutions. Big solutions cause us to search for friends with big problems. I hope you will join me on Facebook Live and YouTube Live.
Join me this Sunday @ 9:00 a.m. or 10:30 a.m.