Pivotal Decisions

As promised, this week’s sermon notes! This message was so spot-on and really resonated with me this week.

We began worship with singing “Gone” by Elevation Worship, a new song that was introduced last week, and “Greater Than Your Love“.  Then we celebrated a baptism and went into some spontaneous worship, which included “Surrounded (Fight My Battles)“, “Yours (Glory and Praise)“, and “Resurrecting“.

  • Judges 13-14:4
  • To pivot, you must be planted.
  • Decisions don’t have to be big to be pivotal–the small moves set the direction.
  • God is so much bigger than your decisions.
  • Is my view of the will of God big enough to include my bad decisions?
  • You find God beyond what you understand.
  • God is not found in logic because He is beyond logic.
  • You’ll find God not in the figuring it out but in the flames of sacrifice–when the flames went up, the revelation came down.
  • God is sovereign, but you’re responsible for how you process your desires and decisions.

I don’t have a lot of notes because I was just soaking in the message, so I definitely recommend you watch this one!

 

Much love,

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2 thoughts on “Pivotal Decisions

    1. YES! I got so much out of it—more than my notes reflect, that’s for sure. There were some things I just couldn’t put into words for my notes but they ministered to me just the same. Thanks for taking the time to comment! ♥️

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