Entries Tagged 'Holy Spirit'

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This Week at Little Hills: Where Does This Faith Come From? (May 19, 2024)

Pastor Tim provides an update about our new sermon series and special Sunday school class tonight along with a brief look at our next catechism question (“Since we are redeemed by grace alone, through faith alone, where does this faith come from?”) and accompanying Scripture.

This Week at Little Hills: What Do Justification and Sanctification Mean? (April 26, 2024)

Pastor Tim takes us to the question “What do justification and sanctification mean?” from the New City Catechism. We all need to think about what it means to have faith in the only one who can offer us true salvation.

We Believe: the Holy Spirit

Too often, we think the Holy Spirit is just a feeling. He’s much, much more.

God With Us (January 6, 2023)

Jim Krenning takes us to back to Acts 2 to think about how God gives His Spirit to us.

Broken Plates (November 13, 2022)

Do we just want to replace the most obviously broken parts of our life or are we willing to have God completely renew us?

Conventional Failure (November 6, 2022)

Conventional wisdom leads to conventional failure, but Jesus calls us to set our sights heavenward and experience God’s salvation.

A 30-Day Trial Isn't Enough (October 30, 2022)

Nicodemus came to Jesus wanting to sample His take on God’s Law. Jesus calls both Nicodemus and us to something more.

The End is Near (Sept. 11, 2022)

Do you believe the end is near? We are told to be prepared and to be patient. But in that patience, we also need to be urgent! Because the end is coming.

Sent by the Spirit (Sept. 4, 2022)

God fills you with the Spirit so you can be sent by the Spirit. Often we send people away that the Spirit sends us. Living in the spirit isn’t just for inward growth, it’s also for outward growth as well.

Alone With The Spirit (August 28, 2022)

Amidst the loud chaos in our life, we often find it hard to get away and sit with God. However, listening to the spirit means getting away so you can hear the still, small voice.

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