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Thu, Oct 22, 2020
Passage: Psalm 23:3
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 10 mins 12 secs
What does it mean when David said that the Good Shepherd "leads me in the paths of righteousness"? Find out how Jesus guides His own, as Pastor Brian Larson continues his look at Psalm 23.
Sat, Oct 17, 2020
Passage: Psalm 23:3
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 13 mins 58 secs
When David said that the Good Shepherd "restores my soul," he was describing an ongoing process, not a once and done at salvation. How does Jesus, the believers' Shepherd, do that? Be encouraged as Pastor Brian Larson continues his look at Psalm 23.
Sat, Oct 10, 2020
Passage: Psalm 23:2
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 13 mins 38 secs
What does it mean for a believer in Jesus to be led "by still waters"? Pastor Brian Larson continues his look at Psalm 23, the Believers' Psalm.
Mon, Oct 05, 2020
Passage: Psalm 23:2
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 12 mins 24 secs
Pastor Brian Larson continues his look at Psalm 23, the Believers' Psalm, and shares his personal testimony of being made by Jesus to "lie down in green pastures."
Sat, Sep 26, 2020
Passage: Psalm 23:1
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 18 mins 12 secs
Psalm 23 offers many assurances to help people through difficult days, but the assurances are for those who recognize the voice of the Good Shepherd ... do you know His voice? Pastor Brian Larson tells how you can, and why it's important, especially in these chaotic times.
Fri, Sep 18, 2020
Passage: Romans 12:1
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 15 mins 54 secs
Pastor Brian Larson takes a close look at Romans 12:1 where Paul tells believers to "present their bodies as a living sacrifice" to God. Pastor Brian tell us why and how to do that.
Tue, Sep 08, 2020
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 16 mins 15 secs
Pastor Brian takes a final look at Psalm 139 today, part 4 of 4. Like David we should share God's heart on the things that concern Him and trust that His ways are best ... and we can trust Him because Psalm 139 tells us that God is omniscient (He knows everything), omnipresent (He is always there), He is also omnipotent (all powerful). Be sure to see Pastor Brian's previous three videos on Psalm 139, the first is entitled "You are So Loved by God" and the second is entitled "He is There," and the third is called "The Ultimate Power."
Fri, Aug 28, 2020
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 16 mins 41 secs
Psalm 139 tell us that not only is God omniscient (He knows everrything),, omnipresent (He is always there), He is also omnipotent (all powerful), as Pastor Brian reminds us in this video, part three of his look at Psalm 139. Be sure to see Pastor Brian's previous two videos on Psalm 139, the first is entitled "You are So Loved by God" and the second is entitled "He is There."
Sat, Aug 22, 2020
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 14 mins 46 secs
Whether its the coronavirus, wildfires, hurricanes, economic difficulties, and depression: no matter what may be happening around you, or within you, believers in Jesus Christ can take comfort in Psalm 139, verses 7 through 12, which make clear that the God of the Universe not only loves you, but is there in the midst of it all WITH you! Be sure to see Pastor Brian's previous video entitled "God Loves You So Much" to hear his thoughts on the first six verses of Psalm 139: https://youtu.be/518z9I3mK6I
Thu, Aug 06, 2020
Passage: Psalm 139:1-6
Series: Video Blog
Duration: 15 mins 42 secs
Need a little perspective on what matters most in this crazy mixed-up world? Sit down with Pastor Brian for a little scriptural encouragement about how much our all-powerful, omniscient God knows and loves you personally ... you'll be blessed! Pastor Brian recorded this on the day that hurricane-turned-tropical storm Isaias began to pound Connecticut, just before losing power and water for days forcing their evacuation today. But, as Pastor Brian says, God knows every situation, and whatever circumstances you may be in today yourself, remember that God is in control, and He loves you so very much.
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