Summary: This is a complete re-do edit of what I posted earlier. This is the sermon I gave at the Feast of Tabernacles 2019. PLEASE hear/read this one AGAIN, even if you heard the pre-feast version I posted. What did Paul mean when he said, “When I’m weak, then I’m strong” in 2 Cor. 12:10? IF we can learn what Paul learned – and tried to teach us -- then in our times of distress, illness, pain, intense grief and suffering and worry -- we can experience the great peace of God instead. And not only that, then Yeshua will be far more evident in our lives. The points presented in this sermon are also the very points Yeshua went through to make him a complete and perfected High Priest. Those same points will help us be better priests and kings with him in the coming Millennial reign. Learn how all your suffering and pain is actually being used by God to mold you into the exact person he wants for you, and for your spectacular purpose for all eternity.
Duration:1 hr 5 mins 8 secs

Comments

Posted on:
Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Posted by:
jlindstrom53@gmail.com
Philip, This is helpful and encouraging for me as often I get so discouraged about certain problems that never seem to go away but I know in my hearts there's a reason for that so reading this article reinforce my mind that God has us in good hands. He loves us and really, because of that, He allows us go through certain trials to mold and shape us in serious preparation for an awesome position in His Kingdom. Knowing that we are not alone in this, this article definitely has reminded of that. May we readers keep this in mind.... Thank you Philip!
Posted on:
Sunday, 27 October 2019
Posted by:
Randy_Freeze
Thank you very much for this message Philip. When we are going through trials and tribulations it's hard to remember that we are not alone and that what we are going through might be a "teaching moment". Keep up the great work. This sermon was just what I needed. Randy