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    Message: “Immanuel in Eternity” from Pastor Dan Trempala

    Pastor Gary Schaper - December 19, 2018

    Immanuel When Nothing Makes Sense

    The conclusion we all come to is this: If God is with me, nothing bad will happen. Consider Joseph’s life for a moment. His brothers sold him into slavery. Faked his death and told their father his son was dead. Joseph was falsely accused of rape and sent to prison to rot for 2 years. During these events, God’s Word says over and over again, “But the Lord was with Joseph.” If the Lord was with Joseph, then why did all these things happen to him? The life of Joseph teaches us that the presence of Immanuel has a missional purpose (Genesis 50:20). Reading: Genesis 39:1-2; 19-23

    From Series: "Immanuel"

    Advent and Christmas are times when we celebrate that God is not some distant deity who is detached from our lives. Rather, He is present. He is in the moment. He is aware and active in the circumstances and smallest details of life. He is Immanuel – God with us. But what does it mean for God to be with us? Is it simply an assurance of His presence to make you feel better? Is God present to give you someone to talk to or a shoulder to cry on? Is He present to guide you in decisions? These might be true but there is so much more. During this series, we will look at some places in God’s Word where Immanuel showed up. Come with us as we explore God’s Word and discover that there is so much more to the God who is Immanuel – God with us.

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    Message: “Immanuel in Eternity” from Pastor Dan Trempala

    Pastor Gary Schaper - December 19, 2018

    Immanuel When Nothing Makes Sense

    The conclusion we all come to is this: If God is with me, nothing bad will happen. Consider Joseph’s life for a moment. His brothers sold him into slavery. Faked his death and told their father his son was dead. Joseph was falsely accused of rape and sent to prison to rot for 2 years. During these events, God’s Word says over and over again, “But the Lord was with Joseph.” If the Lord was with Joseph, then why did all these things happen to him? The life of Joseph teaches us that the presence of Immanuel has a missional purpose (Genesis 50:20). Reading: Genesis 39:1-2; 19-23

    From Series: "Immanuel"

    Advent and Christmas are times when we celebrate that God is not some distant deity who is detached from our lives. Rather, He is present. He is in the moment. He is aware and active in the circumstances and smallest details of life. He is Immanuel – God with us. But what does it mean for God to be with us? Is it simply an assurance of His presence to make you feel better? Is God present to give you someone to talk to or a shoulder to cry on? Is He present to guide you in decisions? These might be true but there is so much more. During this series, we will look at some places in God’s Word where Immanuel showed up. Come with us as we explore God’s Word and discover that there is so much more to the God who is Immanuel – God with us.

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