MOSES Amazing Meekness sermon video

MOSES Amazing Meekness sermon video. Jesus said the meek are blessed and shall inherit the earth (Mat 5:5). You will inherit something big and important if you are a meek person. Meekness is a supernatural strength that makes you a hero like Moses. When we hear the word meek, we think weak. No. Meek is strength under control.

By Pastor Delbert Young

MOSES Amazing Meekness sermon video

Sermon notes

MOSES Amazing Meekness sermon video

Scriptures: John 14:27, Numbers 12:1-3, Matthew 10:13-14, 2 Timothy 2:23-26

I want to talk about Moses and his supernatural ability which made him a hero of the Bible. Every day we have opportunities to get upset, frustrated, and offended. Maybe our plans didn’t work out. Maybe what should have taken one hour took three. Someone was, for no reason, rude to us. Life is full of inconveniences. There will always be interruptions and people who are difficult to get along with. We can’t control all our circumstances, but we can control our reactions. Charles Swindoll said, “I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it.”

We should approach every day positive and hopeful expecting good things. We need to be realistic and know most days are not going to go exactly as we planned. If you get upset because you got off schedule, frustrated because your child would not eat breakfast, aggravated because someone offended you, what you are doing is giving away your power. We were created to live in peace. When you have peace on the inside, a joy in your heart, and a smile on your face, that’s a position of power and that’s when you are at your very best… (continue sermon notes)

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