Current Sermon Series

September 2 “Rejoice in the Lord Always” Anxiety is harmful to our well-being. The Apostle Paul’s
prescription for anxiety is the call to rejoice in the Lord. To rejoice in the Lord is a call not to a feeling,
but to a decision and deep confidence that God exists, is in control, and is good. Rejoicing in the Lord
always, we can be anxious for nothing. Philippians 4:4-8; Matthew 6:25-34

September 9 “Let Your Gentleness Be Evident to All” Gentleness can be defined as a temperament
that is seasoned and mature. Gentleness displays composure and a contagious calm with the reminder
that God is in control. In gentleness we turn to God and ask for the help we need instead of despairing
and relying upon ourselves. With evident gentleness, we can be anxious for nothing. Philippians 4:4-8; John 6:1-13

September 16 “Present Your Requests to God” We can choose prayer over despair, approaching God
with our requests for the needs we have. We have the gift of prayer to come confidently to the throne of
God, casting our anxieties upon Him, and doing so with thanksgiving. Amazing things happen when we
pray. Through prayer, we can be anxious for nothing. Philippians 4:4-8; James 5:13-16

September 23 “The Peace of God Will Guard Your Heart” The peace we can have is from God and
of God. God builds a fortress of peace around our hearts and minds as we come to Him. Throughout the
storms of life we can have peace knowing God promises to be with us and to see us through. With God’s
peace guarding us, we can be anxious for nothing. Philippians 4:4-8; John 14:27

September 30 “Meditate on These Things” We easily get anxious and focus our attention on concerns
instead of Christ. To make matters worse, we have an enemy who attacks and invades our minds with
lies. When we focus on Christ, He replaces our anxieties with His truth. Filling our minds with the good
things of God and dwelling on those things, we can be anxious for nothing. Philippians 4:4-8; Luke 10:38-42