Sermons - Woodbridge Community Church
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This is the weekly message from Woodbridge Community Church in Irvine California. Woodbridge Community Church exists to help people MEET, KNOW & FOLLOW Jesus. For more information about who we are and what we believe please visit woodbridgecommunitychurch.org.
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May 29th // A Heart That is Stuck
May 29 16
Message Title: A Heart That is StuckSeries: Heart Issues (a study in the book of Jonah)Verses used: Jonah 3:10, 4:1-11, 1 Sam 16:7,Acts 1:8Key verse:Jonah 4:10-11New International Version (NIV)10 But the Lord said, “You have been concerned about this plant, though you did not tend it or make it grow. It sprang up overnight and died overnight. 11 And should I not have concern for the great city of Nineveh,in which there are more than a hundred and twenty thousand people who cannot tell their right hand from their left—and also many animals?”Sermon Notes:1. Spiritual maturity is when we care about what God cares about.2. Everybody is going to live forever somewhere and forever is a long time! Group IcebreakerShare a spiritually embarrassing moment that happened in your life. Going DeeperThis week in our teaching series on Jonah, we looked at the heart of God and how we can align our hearts with His. 1. Read Jonah 4 in its entirety. Has there ever been a time in your life when you were angry with God because he showed His mercy and grace to a person that you felt didn't deserved it? Please share.2. In Jonah 4:2 Jonah shares an incredible insight into the heart of God in that He is Gracious, Compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love. Can you share a time when you experienced these aspects of God in your life?3. In verses5-9 God gives an object lesson to teach a spiritual truth to Jonah. Has God ever used an object lesson in your life to teach you more about Him?4. Spiritual maturity is caring about what God cares about. In this season of your life, what is God teaching you that you nee
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These solid, biblically formed sermons are direct without pulling any punches. God has a message for us and this it. Each sermon brings me to God and reveals his love, beckoning me to follow and serve Him. Through these messages, I have realized God's specific calling in my life, and I am now pursuing full-time missions ministry. After all, if we don't share His story, how can it be good news?
Each speaker (usually Frank Winans) is a true privilege to listen to. They each deliver God's word with hope and compassion to everyone.
The worship music is not distracting at all, but complementary to the tone of the messages. I wish I could buy an album.
The quality is top notch. Very professional.
Unfortunately, I can't find this podcast anywhere since May of 2016, though I do recommend downloading their sermons from their website.
Date published: 2017-12-03