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If You’re Not Dead, God’s Not Done

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In life, we often encounter moments of despair, where it feels like everything is crumbling around us. It’s in these moments that we need to remember one powerful truth: If You’re Not Dead, God’s Not Done. This sermon echoes this sentiment, reminding us that even in our darkest moments, God is still at work, ready to move on our behalf.

In the midst of life’s trials and tribulations, it’s easy to lose sight of God’s presence. But even when it seems like all hope is lost, God is telling you something profound: He wants to move for you. He’s about to fight for you. He’s wanting to turn things around for you. You are not forgotten; you are the apple of His eye.

Elijah and the Widow - 1 Kings 17:7-16

In the record of Elijah and the widow, God miraculously provided for them during a time of famine. The widow was preparing to eat what little she had left and then die along with her son. Despite the widow’s initial despair, Elijah reassured her that God’s provision would not run out.

For her obedience and faith, the Lord wrought a miracle where her cruse of oil and barrel of meal never ran out until the day God sent rain. Similarly, in our own lives, God promises to sustain us through our trials until the day He sends rain upon the earth.

Trusting God's Plan

I’d like to emphasize the importance of trusting in God’s plan, even when things seem bleak. Life can be unpredictable, with God sometimes taking unexpected actions. But even though we might not expect it, we can know that whatever happens, good or bad, God will work it out for the good of those that love Him.

In moments of confusion and doubt, we must trust that God knows best.

The Church's Response to Adversity

Those in the early church were very resilient in the face of persecution. Despite the martyrdom of James and the imprisonment of Peter, the church continued to gather and pray fervently. This serves as a powerful example for us today, encouraging us to persevere in prayer even in the midst of adversity.

Claiming Victory Through Worship

Paul and Silas’ response to imprisonment – praying and singing praises to God – underscores the importance of worship in times of trouble. Despite their chains, they refused to succumb to despair, knowing that God was still in control. Likewise, we are called to worship God in the midst of our storms, trusting that He will bring us through.

I can’t tell you all the times worship has been the key to my miracle!

If You're Not Dead, God's Not Done.

I want to urge you to lay your burdens at the altar and pray, not just for yourself, but our brothers and sisters as well. We can trust in an almighty, powerful God who will never leave us or forsake us.

If You’re Not Dead, God’s Not Done. No matter what obstacles we face, we can take comfort in the knowledge that God is still at work in our lives. With faith and perseverance, we can overcome any adversity and emerge stronger on the other side. So let us hold fast to this truth and press on, knowing that our God is faithful to complete the good work He has begun in us.

Thank you so much for reading! If you would like to hear the sermon this blog was based on then please click the video below. God bless you!

Pastor Anthony Wynn

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