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Speaker: Tim Nay

  • May 15, 2022

    Series: Paradox

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Strength , Weakness

    In this sermon from II Cor 12:1-10 we learn that we are actually STRONGER in our WEAKNESS.

    This doesn’t sound right. How can weakness make us strong?

    It’s a paradox that, when understood, gives us a better understanding of life. We understand it’s better to suffer than to have pride.

    God GIVES us strength when we are weak. It enhances our dependence on him.

  • April 17, 2022

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Freedom , Sin

    Paul teaches us in the book of Galatians that we are NO LONGER SLAVES to sin. In this sermon we learn about how the Low magnifies our need for Christ. We can never measure up to a sovereign God! That does not sound encouraging, does it?

    In fact, it’s worse than that. The Bible teaches us we are SLAVES TO SIN. There’s nothing we can do to overcome our sin on our own. We all fall short of the Glory of God, and our sin just magnifies that.

    But, because of what Jesus did for us on the cross, we don’t have to be a slave to our sin any more!

    This sermon, peppered with a couple testimonies of LifeSpring Christian Church members, is a practical reminder of this truth!

  • Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: God's Love

    God’s Love for us is extraordinary. It’s important to know that because what we believe about God’s love for us will impact our actions.

    When we don’t have a healthy view of God’s love for us there’s no telling what kinds of thoughts and beliefs could creep in.

    Yet, when our foundation is the love of God, it impacts every area of our lives. Particularly impacting the most important areas of our life.

    Malachi teaches us some very important truths about these things.

  • March 13, 2022

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Anger , Justice

    Nahum is the “FINALLY” prophet. Nahum announces how God will protect his faithful people, and how Assyria would be destroyed due to their arrogance, violence, and evil. The destruction of the Assyrian empire is an image of how God will confront and bring down all violent human empires.

    So what is Anger? Is anger a bad thing?

    In this sermon we are challenged with our own emotions. We learn the difference between GODLY anger and other negative emotions. God becomes angry because of his goodness, always.

  • Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Run From God

    Have you ever NOT wanted to do something God asked you to do? If there was ever a “not” prophet it was Jonah. He did NOT want go to Ninevah to tell the Assyrians God was going to be gracious with them if they repented. In fact, he did NOT want to so bad that he went 2500 miles the opposite direction… by boat!

    Jonah is famous for being the guy who refused to do what God wanted him to do. Yet he had unprecedented favor from God. The way the text reads – 120,000 people repented and gave their life to God… all from an 8-word sermon.

    We all have some Jonah in our life. This sermon teaches us about God and His Will.

  • February 20, 2022

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Love , Mercy

    Micah shows us how God’s not oblivious to the things that go on in our lives. He’s not oblivious to the things we do, both good, and bad. When people do bad things to us, God sees. 

    Micah goes on to show us how to be merciful with others. It’s not about getting it all just right. How can we claim to be of God and not be merciful to others?  

    Micah addresses these very real issues.  

  • January 23, 2022

    God told the prophet Hosea to marry a prostitute. That’s absolutely unfathomable for you and I. Until we realize that’s exactly what God has done with us.

    The marriage between Hosea and Gomer is a clear example of God’s loving relationship with us. He is faithful, and we are constantly chasing after idols.

    In this sermon, Tim shares the heart of God through the book of Hosea.

  • January 18, 2022

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    The Minor Prophets is rich in life lessons. In fact, there is so much wisdom to be gained from them. 

    There are 12 minor prophets. In this sermon we receive an overview of this 400 year span in which they prophesied to the Northern and the Southern Kingdoms (as well as others). 

    What we’re going to see is that God is a loving God who is trying to get the attention of His people. And that still hasn’t changed. He’s still trying to get your attention and my attention.  

    These are the major lesson from the minor prophets… 

  • January 9, 2022

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: faith , Finances , money

    Did you know Jesus taught more on finances (and hell) than any other topic in the Bible? It’s true. And there’s good reason for it.

    In this sermon we look at the parable of the talents. There is much to learn about stewardship.

    In fact, it’s written on our very money. “In God We Trust”. 

    Is that just a slogan? Or is it what we truly believe? Is it a way of life? Is it an exercise of faith? 

    In this sermon we look at the parable of the talents. There is much to learn about stewardship.