Series: Table Talk Podcast

Welcome to Table Talk with Steve Sumrall.

Peace: What you need-6

Peace: What you need-6
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Romans 14:17-19 talks about the Kingdom of God as “righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.” If you’re born again, you are in the Kingdom— but are you experiencing these things? Join Pastor Steve in the final installation of this series on Peace as He considers what Heaven— the final manifestation of God’s Kingdom— will be like for us. If this message doesn’t fill you with peace and joy, you’re not listening well enough!

Peace: What you need-5

Peace: What you need-5
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You cannot change the mind of man until you change his heart. If you’re lacking peace, consider what’s residing in your heart? Psalm 119:165 says “Great peace they have which love the law, and nothing shall offend them.” Join Pastor Steve in seeking God for His Peace, and considering the subject of offense.

Peace: What you need-4

Peace: What you need-4
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Can we live in modern times and still be carriers of God’s Peace? Pastor Steve says “Yes!,” but we need to live more like Jesus did. Peace, love, and Joy are available to those who are led by the Spirit of God. Psalm 37:37 provides some special insight into the process.

Peace: What you need-3

Peace: What you need-3
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Romans 5:1 talks about Peace with God through Jesus Christ. Listen as Pastor Steve talks about the process and the benefits of Peace with God. Start living in the freedom that has been prepared for you!

Peace: What you need-2

Peace: What you need-2
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Continuing the search for Peace, Pastor Steve begins with Philippians 4:6+7, challenging us to refuse anxiety. Where are your thoughts focused? What are you allowing into your eyes and ears? Listen to what Jesus did when the storms of life hit Him.

Peace: What you need-1

Peace: What you need-1
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Launching a new series on the Peace of God, Pastor Steve addresses our most pressing need during troubled times: Peace that passes understanding. But how do we get it? Join Pastor Steve as he mines the wisdom of Isaiah 26:3, John 14:27, and more to get you on the path to greater Peace.

Patience: I want it now-7

Patience: I want it now-7
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As Pastor Steve finishes this teaching series on patience, he brings encouragement and wisdom from James 1:3+4 and also James 5:7+8. Patience is necessary to finish the work of God on the earth—and especially the work of reaching the lost.

Patience: I want it now-6

Patience: I want it now-6
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Patience is not weakness or cowardice, but powerful when harnessed to faith. In Psalm 40:1, David records “I waited patiently for the Lord to help me, and he turned to me and heard my cry.” Sometimes the only difference between success and failure is the patience that brings you to victory. Listen to Pastor Steve continue his teaching on patience in Romans 5:3-5.

Patience: I want it now-5

Patience: I want it now-5
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Continuing to explore the topic of patience, Pastor Steve digs into Psalm 27:14 to see that “those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength.” We all need more strength, and patience is an unexpected avenue to it. Romans 8:25 shows that patience is also evidence of the presence of faith and the foundation of God’s Word in our lives.

Patience: I want it now-4

Patience: I want it now-4
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In today’s word about patience, Pastor Steve opens Hebrews 10:35 to encourage us to “cast not away your confidence which has great recompense of reward.” That means there’s a very valuable reward for the difficult process of patience in our lives. We can wait patiently as we consider the rewards of patience and consider the “cloud of witnesses” who are looking on to our efforts. What “weights” are holding you down?