2019 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Festival Messages
God’s Character Development Program
In Psalm 8 David asks, “What is man that God is mindful of him?” I will delve into that question and tie it in with why we come to the Feast. God does have a plan for all mankind, and if we want to be a part of what the Feast pictures, there are certain things we must be doing – chief among those things is developing godly character. With that in mind, I will go through Romans 5 which states, “knowing that tribulation produces perseverance, and perseverance produces character, and character hope.” I call this God's character development program.
The Feast and the Millennium
How can we prove that the Feast of Tabernacles pictures the time of the millennium? How would we answer that? Why do we believe what we do?
A Foundation of Righteousness
Physical foundations and buildings are not permanent. They decay and are subject to destruction. The Kingdom of God will be laid on a foundation of righteousness that will never fail. What God creates spiritually will last forever. It doesn’t decay nor does it break.
The world has all kinds of causes for which people will sacrifice and dedicate their lives. We are blessed to be a part of the only true cause that will last and be incredibly successful. It's the cause of God--to add multiple billions to the family of God.
New and Vastly Improved is on its Way
The biggest change coming for mankind is the all important change that will occur in the mind of man. This sermon addresses this important and exciting topic.
Are We a Light to this Dark World?
There are different types of light, but Christ says for us to be THE light. The sermon will cover worldly light versus a true godly light.
Will Stanley Gross Live Again?
In 1944, a plane disappeared and one passenger, Stanley Gross, was declared missing in action. His later confirmed death was a grief to the family. Will he live again? The sermon covers the meaning of the day—the hope for humanity.
Truths I Will Treasure From Now Till Next Feast
For 8 days we have heard messages pointing us to the future. As we leave the Feast to head home it is important we stay focused on that future by treasuring what God has given us. This sermon shares 5 points of focus God expects us to treasure.