I’ve often heard it said that today’s teenagers have two top questions: How can I be sure I’m really saved? And, how can I know for sure what God’s will is for my life? This sermon seeks to answer both of those questions, but it mostly centers on God’s individual will for our lives. This sermon will cover what God’s will is not, what the definition of God’s will is, different aspects of God’s will, and how we can know what God’s will is for us personally. I pray this helps your life and ministry!
Last night we had a sweet college worship service. One of our high school graduates (’08) Jeremy Coburn brought in the praise band that he’s a part of: “Selfless Praise.” They rocked the house with some intense worship songs that focused our hearts onto Christ.
Between their two worship sets, I had the opportunity to address our college students. The reason we had this event was to welcome in our new college ministry members who had just graduated from high school. So I wanted to speak from a passage that would introduce to them our purpose as a college ministry and challenge them to live lives of worship. So I landed on a really interesting passage that is very popular, but its also very misunderstood from my angle. So feel free to check out the mp3 and read the notes on Romans 12:1-2 “How’s Your Worship?: Spiritual Worship with our Physical Bodies.”