With a message from Paul’s letter to the Galatians, Rev. Gilbert shares some insights into this epistle to the people of Galatia. As he tells of historical figures and some of their writings in the modern era, he connects the listener to Paul’s words.
When the White House was electrified, President and First Lady Harrison were less than enthused. Similarly, with things that we are unfamiliar with can cause fear. How do we listen for this new Spirit in our lives?
Among a cereal aisle with hundreds of choices, Rev. Gilbert opened with the options that are available life. As we’re constantly given options and decisions to make, we can also be surprised by the things that happen to us and around us.
After a previous message titled “Selective Hearing” Pastor Gilbert shares this message as it relates to listening for God’s word. We have so much chatter and talk that happens today we need to be able to listen, not just hear, God’s message for us all.
At times when people plot against others, the underpinnings of sin are exposed. Looking at how we are often small parts of a larger picture, Rev. Gilbert shares a message about people, kindness, and grace.