If greatness in God’s eyes is humility, then what does that look like in everyday life? In what area(s) of your life might God be calling you to humble yourself? We are often confused about how to move forward with God’s plan for our lives, but the truth is that God’s ways are often totally upside down to our ways. The Upside Down Life is a series of messages based upon the Beatitutdes – from Jesus’ famous Sermon on the Mount. In this series you will learn how to find peace and fulfillment in your life, your work, and your relationships – regardless of your circumstances, but it may be surprisingly different that you thought. In fact, it’s Upside Down!
Messages in this Series
The series concludes by looking at Matthew 5:10-12, “God blesses those who are persecuted because they live for God: the Kingdom of Heaven will be theirs...” He teaches what we need to remember when we are persecuted for our faith, and how to handle...
A look at Matthew 5:9, “God blesses those who are peacemakers, for they will be called the children of God.” Rob shares several ways to resolve a conflict and reconcile a relationship, how to be a peacemaker, in this powerful message.
A look at Matthew 5:8, “God blesses those whose hearts are pure, for they will see God”. Teaching on the blessings brought by integrity and a list of practical ways to develop it in our lives.
A look at Matthew 5:7, “God blesses those who are merciful, for they will be shown mercy”. This sermon looks at the ways we can transform our relationships and have a ministry of mercy to all we come in contact with.
A look at Matthew 5:6, “God blesses those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled”. This message teaches us the Good News of God’s plan to make us right with Him, and how to stay spiritually hungry. The message closes with a clear...
A look at Matthew 5:5, “God blesses those who are gentle. The whole earth will belong to them!” This message focuses on the strength of gentleness and the benefits of learning to be a gentler person.
A look at Matthew 5:4, “God blesses those who mourn, for they will be comforted”. This message teaches us the things God does for us when we turn to him in our pain and sorrow and grief.
This series on the Beatitudes launches with a look at Matthew 5:3, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven,” looking at five practical ways to humbly depend on God instead of ourselves.