Messages with tag - aging

Sun, Oct 31, 2021
Passage: Esther 5:1-14
Duration: 52 mins 6 secs
Esther initiates her plan to convince King Xerxes to reverse his plan to execute the Jewish people This is a risky move on her part. She musters her courage, approaches her king, and earns his favor. Xerxes and Haman join Queen Esther for a banquet. Afterwards, Haman heads home, but his buzz quickly ends when Mordecai does not bow to Haman. This negative encounter is the beginning of Haman's unraveling. Negativity has a powerful gravity.
Sun, Dec 22, 2019
Passage: Luke 2:26-29
Duration: 45 mins 33 secs
As we go through the different stages of life, our experience of Christmas changes. Senior years mark the final stage, full of changing roles, relationships, and losses. However, senior years are not without joy. In fact, the faithfulness, beauty, and goodness of God come into focus as we draw near to our death. Both Simeon and Anna model a seasoned faith, full of gratitude in their waning season. They are a model to us in any season of our lives to look for the goodness of God.
Mon, Jul 10, 2017
Series: Meaningless
Duration: 44 mins 55 secs
The decisions we make as a youth affect how we age. The author of Ecclesiastes encourages rejoicing, remembering, and revering God in one's youth to keep us from growing up into grumpy, disabled old people. This sermon touches on the ideas of aging and awe.
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