“You Had to Go Through It” – Rev. C.A. Pace

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At our 10:30AM service, Rev C.A. Pace brought the word, in the absence of our pastor. Coming from Acts 27:21-26, 39-44, here are his sermon’s highlights:

–          As Christians, we have to mature to the point that we accept challenges with the knowledge that we have to endure in order to get where God wants us.

–          Why we have to go through it:

  1. Your Assignment’s on the Other Side of the Storm
    1. Stop judging people because they’re in a storm

i.      Sometimes God sends storms even when we’ve been obedient

  • We have to stand!

i.      We’re going through the storm, so take it, don’t cower

  1. God Want to Show You Can Make it on Broken Pieces
    1. What do you do when the things you relied on become unreliable?
    2. Sometimes God breaks up our ships to bring us to where we need to be.

i.      The ship God brings us to next will be that much greater after He breaks the first one

  1. This is Not the Last Chapter of Our Lives
    1. If you can manage things in this season, He will bless us with greater in the next season.
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About preachersnob

Daphene, 25, is a graduate of the University of Dayton and currently finishing her last year of the MPA program. She and her husband, Alex, are active members of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Dayton, OH, under the leadership of Rev. Jamison D.H. Hunter. The daughter of Rev. Dr. Robert E. Baines Jr and Mrs. Daphene Baines, she has been active in the Black Baptist Church all of her life. "While worship is great, there's nothing greater than to hear God's voice in a sermon! I love sharing this with others and I hope this site is helpful" - Daphene

2 responses »

  1. Thank you for the notes on this, I wish I had the entire sermon, this is my answer to many questions that I have been inquiring of God.

    • You can definitely order a CD from our church for just $5 (9372682011) or FB the minister. The sermon definitely talks about issues many of us are going through right now. I’m glad it was helpful

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