Sermons on Micah

Sermons on Micah

Fear Smacking

What, Me Worry? – Why teach this?  You might say “I don’t really think I have a problem here – I mean I’m not really afraid of anything.” Well okay, I can hear that. But the climb to Bible Ground informs us that fear can be a component of many of our difficulties. As we move through this lesson together let’s remember to consider…

The 7 Deadly Sins – Envy

The Seven Deadly Sins I can’t find the phrase “Seven Deadly Sins” anywhere in the Bible and neither will you.  This list has long been in use however and was categorized by the early church leaders to help Believers better understand the directions that evil temptation can take; to encourage us to self-assess – looking for evidence of them in our…

Recovery, 2 of 5 – How Change Happens Part 2

Five Instructions about Recovery We all have something that bothers our way along the Jesus Path.   What’s got you held up in your walk?  What makes you stumble?  Perhaps it’s a destructive habit – but it doesn’t have to be.  What is it you find yourself doing that you’d not want to do…

Mercy

Mercy, Baby; Mercy A noun is a person, place or thing – and Mercy is a noun. But Christ didn’t say to work out mercy; but to be merciful.  An adjective; a word description for a verb, an action taken.   You could well term this Beatitude “Mercy in Action” it is an out flowing beatitude.  Something stemmed from a clear understanding of what underpins all…

Play Angry about Guilt

The call to Play Angry stems from the idea that Believers often live unintentional about seeking Bible ground to deal with life. Instead we are apt to accept a passive (almost suffering) position in our difficulties and live without zeal or zest; accepting with mute resistance (as Mr. Shakespeare puts it)  “the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.”  Well…