Choosing Control, Part 1 - Win the Day

Choosing Control, Part 1 

Air Date: 7/15/20 - When life gets out of control, do YOU get out of control?  Today Pastor Nat Crawford shares scripture that will help you keep your cool, stand your ground, and choose character over compromise!  Later Pastor Nat talks with Arnie Cole and Cara Whitney about what it means to walk in holiness.

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Hello, before I access my Go Tandem App, I am able to listen to Back to the Bible broadcasts either on my local Christian Radio Station or the OnePlace podcasts. Thanks be to God that I now have several listening options. Thanks for being available in so many means. I really appreciate your outreach efforts.
I was in a bible study group, than they just have it any more because they were just too busy to have a bible study group at all, so I hold one myself, just me a God and back to the bible.
Kyle, by our makeup we are destined to fail. We are sinful creatures. But by God's grace, He redeems us! And when we become His child, He calls us His masterpiece (Eph. 2:10)! So, you're no loser. You may still struggle, but remember, God loves you. He is there for you. He will help grow you day by day. But regardless of how much you excel or struggle, He calls you His masterpiece.
Lorrett, I think that's most of our gut instincts! There may be a delay in the panic, but I think most of us get there. But that's where God's Word helps bring us back to center. Thankfully, God loves us as we are and is in the work of refining us each and every day.
Very insightful message today. I have much to meditate on and apply. Pastor Nat, for me when "life gets out of control" most times I panic! I know I should pray and meditate on God's Word, but its as if "fear/anxiety" has be bounded. Thanks be to God for His indwelling Holy Spirit. In times of crisis He reminds me of 'who I am, and Whose I am", and strengthens me. Each time I stumble and fall, He gives me grace and more grace, as He continues to renew and transform me. I am a work in progress!
There is hope for you, there is hope for each of us. Hebrews 4:16 let us then approachGod’s throne of grace with confidence so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.
Sometimes, when I look at the experiences I've had in my life, I think that GOD predestined me to be a loser. As a result, I think, "What's the use?" Is there ANY hope for me?