The Apostle Paul was becoming one of the most influential men of his day when he was given a thorn in the flesh. This obstacle was a hindrance to advancing the gospel. Like Paul, you may be dealing with a hindrance. More than likely, the opposition you are facing is an indicator that you are on the right track. In this message, Pastor DaVon helps you overcome your thorn in the flesh.
"It came to pass" is a common phrase that appears 727 times throughout the Bible. When you hear or read "it came to pass," it means that something happened. Often, it was something people had desired, hoped for, prayed for, and expected long before "it came to pass." In this message, Pastor DaVon wants to increase your capacity to believe you have received something you cannot see yet. By increasing your faith in this area, "it came to pass" will become your way of life.
You are more sinful and flawed in yourself than you ever dared believe, yet at the very same time you are more loved and accepted in Jesus Christ than you ever dared hope. According to Ephesians 2:7, God wants to make you a visible display of the infinite riches of His grace and kindness.
What are you excited about? What are you looking forward to? Your low expectations will often rob you of the life that God intends for you to live. God wants you to get your hopes up. In this message, Pastor DaVon wants to awaken the hope that you have laid to rest and buried because you thought your dreams would never come to pass.
People say, “God has everything under control. He’s running everything.” Well if He is, He sure has things in a mess. But I have good news for you. Action taken by God in the earth requires the involvement of human beings. After listening to this message by Pastor DaVon, you will no longer feel powerless and ineffective.
In Matthew 9:27-31, two blind men desire to be healed as they call on Jesus and follow Him. But Jesus doesn’t heal them right away. Matter of fact, He keeps walking away from them. In this message, Pastor DaVon Alexander relates this event to our lives today and answers this question, “Why didn’t Jesus heal them right away?”