In Psalm 23:2, David reminds us that the Shepherd is the only one who has the power to make the sheep lie down. This scene of restfulness comes when all the sheep’s needs are met due to the Shepherd’s work. Learn the great truth that this lesson teaches about how God takes care of you by watching this video.
This is video is part 2 of a series on Psalm 23:1-6.
Psalm 23:1 David confidently proclaims, “The Lord is My Shepherd, I shall not want.” Have you ever wondered why having the Lord leads to such satisfaction and contentment? Check out this video to find out.
This is video is part of a series on Psalm 23:1-6.
Life with all of its broken pieces still has a purpose. Our moments of grief are not useless in the great hand of God. Learn why Romans 8:28 applies to you, your situation. Learn what God’s response is to your present heartache and pain.
Based on James chapters 1 and 4. Pastor Jermaine shares some insights on what we really need during these turbulent times. Watch to find out how and why pure religion is so important.
Based on Luke 22:54 and James 1:12. Pastor Jermaine shares why it is crucial not to allow any distance between Jesus and us in our moments of difficulty. That we cannot afford not to pray and study the word of God when we are experiencing hard times, but that we should see trials an opportune time when God is drawing close to us!
Based on Matthew 14:30, 31, and James 1:5-8, Pastor Jermaine takes a look at how doubt works to destroy faith in what God can do, and what we can do to avoid the many uncertainties that come into our lives during our most trying moments. Like, share, or comment on this video. We would love to hear from you. Thank you for being a part of the UChurch community.
Pastor Jermaine Gayle shares from James 1:5 that there is a prayer that God always responds to with a resounding yes! In our moments of difficulty, we need to ask God for His wisdom so that we can face our trials, not only with understanding but also with confidence, knowing that He has our good in mind.
The book of James teaches us that when trials march into our lives unexpectedly, we should not treat them as unwelcomed guests but as friends.
Pastor Jermaine shares from Galatians 5:13, 14