20120603 God Understands

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Pastor Matt McFarland

Please open your Bible and follow along.

Verses referenced in this teaching:

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5 Responses to 20120603 God Understands

  1. Ray McFarland says:

    Since we know that God is Omniscient, Omnipotent, and Omnipresent. Meaning
    He knows our words before we say them, and he knows our thoughts before we think them. He knows all of our ways. Knowing this we have to realize that God understand us even more then we understand ourselves. This means that God knows and understand our feelings, out pain, our desires. He knows what we need, and what we are going through. And he asks each of us to cast our cares upon Him, for he cares for us. God loves us, and he understands us. Thanks Matthew, your message was a blessing.

  2. Debbie Wentz says:

    Thank you Barb and Shannon for creating and updating this website. It is truly comforting to know the Sunday service is there for us, even if we can’t be.

    • Ray McFarland says:

      I especially appreciate the site knowing we can always listen to the message the second, or even the third time if needed. It’s like having the Word in the bank, you can draw from it any time you need to. Thanks to everyone who has a part in making it available for us. God bless

  3. Karen McGaughey says:

    Matt as always you hit the nail on the head. I felt liked I needed to hear this so bad!! I know I have been trying to do what I need to, thanks for bringing us the Word rightly-divided, I know everyone had to take something home with this message.

  4. Bill McFarland says:

    The Bible teaches the correct way to deal with all problems, Pastor Matt did a great job of teaching us for God’s Word how to avoid the process of worrying,
    Henry Ford said (I believe God is managing affairs and that He doesn’t need any advice from me. With God in charge, I believe everything will work out for the best in the end. So what is there to worry about.)

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