Lent to Easter 2015 (4 of 7) / by David Flowers

Sermon Series: Lent to Easter 2015
Sermon Title: The God Who Isn't Scared of the Dark
Scripture Reading: John 3:14-21, 8:12, 12:46; Numbers 21:4-9; Psalm 18:2-6, 25-28

What is God doing? What does he want to do? Whatever God is doing, it isn't "same old, same old." God wants to do a new thing! 

Our Lent to Easter 2015 series focuses our attention on our need to see how and where God is at work in our personal walk with him, and in the life of our church. Are we listening? Do we recognize the Holy Spirit at work?

Life is hard, and sometimes it feels like we’re alone. The world can be a dark and scary place, and we can even find ourselves in that darkness, lost in the shadows. But God is present and able to rescue us. He isn’t scared of the dark. Jesus, the light of the world, has come to expose the darkness and dispel the fear of sin and death. It’s where we least expect to find God that he can be found, walking in the valley with us. To our amazement, he invites us to meet him there and be changed by the experience.

Listen to pastor David and view the slides here.