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03/29/2020 - 10:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus
If we are truthful with ourselves, children are not the only ones afraid of the dark, are they?  As adults we also don't like when things are dark around us.  In this world, it is inevitable that there will be times in our lives when our circumstances feel dark.  But what do we do when we find ourselves in this place? God's Word gives us plenty of examples of dark times for people in the Bible.  Often, they felt as if they couldn't see who or what was around them.  But God.  But God, even in those difficult circumstances reveals to us how He continued to work and move during their dark times.  
03/22/2020 - 10:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus

Our world is living through a time of unchartered waters, much uncertainty, and unknown circumstances. Because of that, we may be feeling out of control.  We cannot control what is going on around us but the good news is that God is in complete control. He is not one bit surprised by our circumstances and He is sovereign over all of it.  When we feel like we lack control over what is happening, we can respond in a couple different ways.  Thankfully, God's Word teaches us how to respond in situations when we feel like we have no control.  And His Word reassures us that we can come to Him when we don't know how to respond.

03/08/2020 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus

As we have been studying the book of Judges, we have learned that we, as believers, all have a purpose in His kingdom.  The Lord calls us to be set apart for Him, though this is not always an easy feat. But what does being "set apart" actually look like?  How does it play out in our everyday lives? What is our responsibility in being "set apart" for him and how do we stay focused with so many distractions around us?  It's vital to our Christian walk to understand what it actually means to be set apart and not set aside his purposes for us.  

03/08/2020 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus
As we have been studying the book of Judges, we have learned that we, as believers, all have a purpose in His kingdom.  The Lord calls us to be set apart for Him, though this is not always an easy feat. But what does being "set apart" actually look like?  How does it play out in our everyday lives? What is our responsibility in being "set apart" for him and how do we stay focused with so many distractions around us?  It's vital to our Christian walk to understand what it actually means to be set apart and not set aside his purposes for us.  
03/01/2020 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus

In our walk with Christ, we are called to join His greater story. He calls His people to live lives of trust. While many of us start well, somewhere along the way, life has a way of derailing some of us from God's plan. This may happen as a product of our failures or even our successes. So how do we stay within God's plan for us? How do we continue to live in trust? In this sermon, we look at the life of a Judge, whose success derailed him from God's purpose for Him. 

03/01/2020 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus

In our walk with Christ, we are called to join His greater story. He calls His people to live lives of trust. While many of us start well, somewhere along the way, life has a way of derailing some of us from God's plan. This may happen as a product of our failures or even our successes. So how do we stay within God's plan for us? How do we continue to live in trust? In this sermon, we look at the life of a Judge, whose success derailed him from God's purpose for Him. 

02/23/2020 - 11:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus
In our Christian journey, we all encounter situations that are too big for us to handle. How do you respond in such moments? Sometimes, we turn to things and habits that help us alleviate the pain, forget our cares, or even escape reality for a moment. Whether it's binging on our favorite show for hours, turning to alcohol or drugs, eating excessively, etc., this things may aid in leaving behind our burdens for a moment. But the reality is that the problem that caused these situations still exist. As long as the problem remains, we find that we are stuck in a pervasive cycle that leads us deeper into our crisis and farther away from resolution. What we desperately need is for a break in the cycle. So how do we break the cycle? Who or what do we turn to in moments of crisis? Join us as we look through the book of Judges as we explore our need for a savior
 
02/23/2020 - 9:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus
In our Christian journey, we all encounter situations that are too big for us to handle. How do you respond in such moments? Sometimes, we turn to things and habits that help us alleviate the pain, forget our cares, or even escape reality for a moment. Whether it's binging on our favorite show for hours, turning to alcohol or drugs, eating excessively, etc., this things may aid in leaving behind our burdens for a moment. But the reality is that the problem that caused these situations still exist. As long as the problem remains, we find that we are stuck in a pervasive cycle that leads us deeper into our crisis and farther away from resolution. What we desperately need is for a break in the cycle. So how do we break the cycle? Who or what do we turn to in moments of crisis? Join us as we look through the book of Judges as we explore our need for a savior
 
02/16/2020 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus

We know that God is with us all the time. And we know that He is a good God. However, sometimes along the way we can forget these truths. We can even forget Him. When things are going well or everything seems to be in place, it is easy to forget Him in our lives. It's easy to go about our days simply not remembering Him. So, what does it look like to forget God? And what are the consequences for not remembering Him in our lives? In this last sermon, we explore in the book of Judges, the consequences that the Israelites faced in forgetting God and how He draws them back into remembrance. 

02/16/2020 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus

We know that God is with us all the time. And we know that He is a good God. However, sometimes along the way we can forget these truths. We can even forget Him. When things are going well or everything seems to be in place, it is easy to forget Him in our lives. It's easy to go about our days simply not remembering Him. So, what does it look like to forget God? And what are the consequences for not remembering Him in our lives? In this last sermon, we explore in the book of Judges, the consequences that the Israelites faced in forgetting God and how He draws them back into remembrance. 

Breaking the Cycle // The Book of Judges | Mount Hope Church
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