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The Best of 2018

Stuart and Jill Briscoe

Thanks to Google and your smartphone, you’re just a few clicks away from finding answers to nearly every question you ask.  But it’s not so easy when it comes to tracking down meaningful answers to questions you have about God. Questions like: How do I know God’s will for my life? Will God answer my prayers? Does God still heal people? What’s the purpose for my suffering?

Pete, Stuart, and Jill Briscoe provide answers to these questions in their new series The Best of 2018. These six most-requested messages from the past year will help you grasp satisfying truths about God’s purpose for your life and help you learn to hear His voice above the noise and clatter in the world.

Getting to know God is a life-long journey. But He promises that when you earnestly search for Him, you’ll find Him. This series provides guidance from Scripture to help you know Him and what He wants for your life.

Messages From This Series:

Jesus said it was better that He leave earth so the Holy Spirit could come. He was one body amongst the people, but the Spirit would come to live inside of us. The Holy Spirit acts as a Fire that sets our souls ablaze and gives us the power to do things that are beyond our own strength.

Scripture: John 14:15-14:20

How does God want you to live your life? Although you don’t have to do anything to earn His favor, God still desires you to live in a way that glorifies Him and brings honor to His name. 

In this message, Stuart Briscoe takes you to Romans 12:1-2 to share what exactly God wants you to do with your time on the earth. And as you step out in obedience—by the power of the Spirit—you’ll experience the richness and fullness of the life God has for you.

Scripture: Romans 12:1-12:2

Faith means to believe with expectancy, but it also means to rest and trust. When we pray for healing, we’re not always certain of what God’s will is, but we can come before him with an attitude of rest and trust. 

In this message Stuart Briscoe teaches from James 5:13-18 to help us understand why prayer for the sick is important, why we should pray, and what we can expect from God in answering our prayers. You’ll come away with a greater understanding about the decisive factors that make prayer work.

Scripture: James 5:13-5:18

Life is full of squalls—sudden unannounced and unexpected storms that can lead us to question if God is in control of our lives. Death, sickness, unemployment, broken relationships, fears and failures are some of the troubles Satan uses to swamp us with doubt, usually when we’re already stressed and exhausted. 

How do you respond when you’re hit with the squalls of life? Are you like the disciples in Mark 4 who wondered why Jesus slept while their boat was sinking, or do you believe God is in as much control when He’s seemingly asleep as when He’s obviously awake? Do you pray, “Don’t let there be another squall”? Or do you see storms as part of God’s plan for your life? 

Teaching from the Gospel of Mark, Jill Briscoe addresses the issues of suffering and faith, challenging us to examine our beliefs in God in the midst of trouble.

Scripture: Mark 4:35-4:41

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