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Our hope is that you will come be a part of all that God is doing here at Commitment Community Church. We know that Jesus came to give us an abundant life and that is our hope for you: that you would experience real life found only in Jesus. Now you can take the weekly sermons on the road with you. Just click on a link to listen online, then join us this Sunday!

Pastor Cedrick Brown - November 1, 2020

Part 1 - HOW DO WE WEATHER THE STORMS OF LIFE? [Weather The Storm]

In this sermon series, the purpose is to encourage the Body of Christ not to give up and learn how to navigate as they’re weathering the storms of life. HOW DO WE WEATHER THE STORMS OF LIFE? Matthew 8:18-27 1. (V18) Listen to God’s ORDERS: • Key Verse(s): Isaiah 30:21; Psalm 32:8; His Word Speaks - 2 Timothy 3:16-17 • Key Word(s): gave orders: to set in motion; depart: to go away to a place; journey 2. (V19-23) Follow God’s LEAD • Key Verse(s): Proverbs 16:9; Isaiah 58:11; Psalm 119:105; Hebrews 13:17• Key Word(s): follow/ followed: involves abiding in fellowship; cleaving to Him in believing trust and obedience; the need for self-denial and fellowship of the cross 3. (V24) Only be concerned about what CONCERNS GOD: • Key Verse(s): Matthew 6:25-34 • Key Word(s): Worry (Merriam-Webster): mental distress or agitation resulting from concern usually for something impending or anticipated VISIT OUR WEBSITE - loveallnations.org GIVE - commitmentchurch.org/give

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In this sermon series, the purpose is to encourage the Body of Christ not to give up and learn how to navigate as they’re weathering the storms of life.

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Commitment Community Church

Commitment Community Church

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