Max Lucado Sermons – You Are Never Alone

Max Lucado Sermons - You Are Never Alone

Max Lucado Sermons You Are Never Alone

The Oak Hills Church shares this new sermon by Pastor Max Lucado titled “You Are Never Alone” which we are bringing to you to listen to and meditate on.

In this message, pastor Max gives us a preview of his message “You Are Never Alone” which he described as a child of the quarantine. In this period of loneliness, everyone needs someone who cares and that is what the book of John is trying to tell us. Apostle John wanted us to believe that someone cares,  he wanted us to set our weight fully upon the strength of this loving God.  He wanted us to know that you’re never alone. The gospel of john does this by a series or a section of signs.  These miracles,  they run the gamut from a wedding oversight to a violent execution from empty bellies to empty dreams from abandoned hopes to buried friends.

According to Pastor Max, these are real moments in history in which a real God meant real pain so we could answer the question; where is God? John recorded these miracles not to impress us but to urge us to believe in the tender presence and mighty power of Christ. This montage of of miracles proclaims “God got this and God can carry you through any difficult circumstance.”

These miracles remind us that when we struggle God listens,  when we yearn he responds, when we question he hears. There was a message in his miracles, these messages come at us; Jesus saying “i am here i care”.

You have a loving heavenly father who will meet you in the midst of life’s mess.  You have a living, loving miracle-working God who won’t think twice about stepping into the thorny thickets of your world to lift you out.

Watch and learn from one of the sermons by Pastor Max Lucado for the year titled “ You Are Never Alone” as we bring the latest sermons from pastors around the world to you daily.

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