Who Is Really in Charge? - Win the Day

Who Is Really in Charge?


Air Date: 4/13/21 - “Who’s really in charge?” Today, Pastor Nat shares the Bible’s answer to this question: Christ is in control. So what does that mean for the church? And for you?


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Since Jesus Chris is the head of the church read God's word.
That's beautiful Maureen!!!! 💝
Thank you for this message.
Well said, Joey.
The Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth is The "One" True Chief Commander King, I fell in Love with Jesus long ago. We are to lead with His Love live in His word not of the so called leaders of church buildings. Truth be told The only listening is to the word of God. There are true speakers who lead in God's word not man's word. All authority belongs to Jesus surrender all to Him and His Light will shine bright magnified within us. Thank You Lord I Still believe in Jesus name Amen.
I am absolutely positive of this one thing for all of us.. God is the one who began this good work in us and I’m absolutely positive He won’t stop before it’s complete on the day that Jesus Christ returns. Philippians 1:6 Our struggle brethren is not against flesh and blood or people we know and are not getting along with but against spiritual forces of evil. Ephesians 6:12 Stay close to God and His Word.
Living on purpose and for a purpose! Thank You for the privilege, Lord!! Thank you for the message, Pastor Nat.
Carolyn, I am praying for you. Sometimes surrendering your life to Christ is by praying for the power to submit and then gradually and intentionally evaluate each moment and asking "Am I running the show or is Christ?" Is this for me or for Him?" These questions can help surrender each moment!
We must, as born-again believers, take every bit of biblical instruction from the pastor or his/her associates and compare it to what the Bible teaches. If it doesn't match up, we should confront the pastor with the truth of the Bible. If they don't agree with the Bible's analogy, simply pray for this person to repent and believe the truth. If need be, inform the trustees or deacons of your church of the need for the pastor to come into conformity with biblical truth. Outside of that, you may not have any other option than to find a Bible-believing church elsewhere. Pastor Bob
That’s my favorite verse!!!
Boy did I need to hear that message today. I'm tired and today I truly want to just surrender my life, my whole life over to God. I'm not exactly sure how to do that (seriously.. like I know it's one thing to say it, it's another thing to do it). But it needs to happen. Jesus please help me, show me how to surrender my life over to you. Holy Spirit speak to my heart. Show me your ways, help me to listen and hear you. I recently memorized a piece of scripture from Jeremiah: "For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord. Plans for Welfare and not for Woe, so as to give you a future of Hope". I have been saying that piece of scripture over and over and over.... I just keep saying it....... maybe that is the first step..... I love you Jesus and thank you for giving us the most beautiful church in the world!!!! 💝
Amen 3x’s
It is written through him come forth good not evil, so God is in charge at all times without a doubt.