Come alongside Pastor Chuck Swindoll to learn about the great blessings that come from acknowledging and embracing God’s sovereignty.
If a complete stranger asked if he could borrow your car for a few hours, you’d probably say no. But you would surely say yes if a close friend made the same request. We can only put our full trust in someone we’ve come to know well. That’s one reason why the study of God’s attributes is vitally important to the believer. To know Him is to trust Him. To know Him is to worship Him.
Although we can learn much by studying each of His qualities, don’t expect them all to fit together easily as if you’re piecing together a puzzle. Does God’s love fit easily next to His wrath? Does His justice fit nicely with His grace? Never cease learning more about our exalted, mighty God; just leave room for mysterious words like unsearchable and unfathomable.
As you begin this new year, join Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he teaches the vital topic of God’s providence and reveals what God desires to do with your life over these next 365 days.
“Don’t be afraid!...I bring you good news that will bring great joy to all people.” Come with Pastor Chuck Swindoll to witness this spectacular moment preserved in Luke 2:8–20 and hear the message of rejoicing that still echoes today.
Enter into this important moment with Pastor Chuck to see how Joseph’s response to his circumstances provides an example of walking with God in faithful acceptance, obedience, and patience.
Join Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he looks at the message the angel brought to Mary in Luke 1:26–38. This revelation about the birth of the Son of God has resonated in the hearts of God’s people ever since.
In this message, Pastor Chuck Swindoll teaches how the power of our God is wonderfully revealed in the human body—beginning with the very moment of our conception.
This holiday season, join Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he shows how this ancient hymn instructs us to look beyond our earthly blessings and behold in gratitude the One Who’s so bountifully blessed us.
At one time, I assumed that “victory in Christ”—or living a victorious Christian life in the middle of our sinful, messed-up world—meant having victory in my own life, as I chose to define it.
Pastor Chuck Swindoll takes us to that hot day and that dusty road where the light of God’s grace shined brightly as Jesus healed poor men in despair in Matthew 20:29–34.
What does it mean to be a leader in God’s kingdom? Join Pastor Chuck Swindoll in this important sermon and discover the true meaning of greatness in the eyes of God.