Pastor Daniel looks at Psalm 86 where David speaks of having a heart that is united to do the will of God.
Pastor Jason looks as some of the aspects of King David’s life that made him a man after God’s own heart.
One of the problems we face in the Christian life is not just doing the will of God, but having the desire to do it. Pastor Daniel discusses one of the promises of the Lord, which states that God will give us both the ability and the desire to do His will.
Pastor Daniel looks at the comparison of the heart of the prodigal son and his father, showing how we as Christians are on a journey of transformation. The ultimate goal of this journey is that we receive the heart of a father and mother in Christ.
God desires that we do not just witness His mighty acts, but that we gain an intimate knowledge of His ways. Pastor Holmes shares how we can gain such a knowledge of God, by examining Psalm 107 in which we see examples of those who have come to know the heart of God.
God’s purpose for us is to lead us through a process of transformation, in which we receive a new heart to love God. Pastor Daniel discusses how we can receive a new heart so that we might become a “new creation” in Christ Jesus.
Pastor Daniel continues a series based on Mark 12:30 where Jesus tells us that we are to love the Lord with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength. In this message, we will look at what it means to love the Lord with all of our heart.
Pastor Daniel discusses how God is looking for those who will not just do His will, but those who delight to do it. David achieved this in his life, therefore the Lord called him “a man after my own heart.”
One of the things that makes King David so great was God’s testimony of him; that he was a “man after God’s own heart.” Pastor Daniel discusses how the Lord is looking throughout all the earth for those after His heart so that He can show Himself strong on their behalf.