Cassandra Langton Sermons – A Year Worth Framing

Cassandra Langton Sermons - A Year Worth Framing

Cassandra Langton Sermons A Year Worth Framing

The Hillsong Church brings us a new message by Pastor Cassandra Langton which is titled “A Year Worth Framing”. The text for the message is from the book of Hebrew 11:3 which reads – Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.

In this message, Pastor Cassandra teaches us a powerful message about finger print and our identity. In Isaiah 68: tell us something about God. When you decided to get saved you have put your life in the hands of God the potter. His hand is you, shaping and crafting you. You have been marked by God.

Pastor Cassandra tell us that as creatives,  when things go wrong, we approach God as a crime scene. We start to ask him why we do not see his imprints. We start to blame him for the tragedies in my life.

One thing we should learn is that sometimes life does not go the way we want it to go. Let us learn to stop approaching God like a crime scene, looking for finger prints to accuse him with. The fact is that some of us have been Christians long enough that we can do exactly what God wants us to do without his fingerprints. This is a tragedy and we need to learn that we can never do anything without him.

She added that the year 2020 is the year when we will see the fingerprints of God. The story of Esther is one filled with the fingerprint of God and how God was using her while working behind the scene.

God is still working on you and his fingerprints are all over you.

This is a message that you will love.

Watch and learn from this “Hillsong Church Sermon With Pastor Cassandra Langton Sermons  titled “A Year Worth Framing” as we bring the latest sermons from Pastors around the world to you daily.

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