Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Who Do You Love?

I preached the following message earlier this month in Michigan, and since the church put it on the internet, I thought I'd share it with you.

It's not a long message, but I believe it is a timely one.

We will continue with the teaching on Psalm 2 sometime later this week, as I have to film some new programs, as well as do some radio interviews during the next couple days.

Thank you, to all those who came to the meetings. It was lovely meeting everyone of you, and thank you as well for your prayers. Yep, we drove 1600 miles in 2 days. I guess if God ever releases me from ministry I could always become a truck driver.

With love in Christ,
Michael Boldea Jr.

P.S. Since I can't seem to get the video imbedded onto the post, you'll just have to click on the link and a new page will pop up. God bless.

Who Do You Love? Sermon


Barbara said...

You can't force love. It comes from building and growing a relationship with someone. The more time you spend around a person who sparks your passion, the more you grow to love them.

People are attracted to love. If you have a lot of love in your heart, they want to draw close and feel the warmth of it. Then you can tell them about Christ.

False praise and worship is nothing more than a banging of cymbals and tinkling of bells. It is like a cheap hallmark greeting card instead of staying in the presence of another and cherishing the moment.

Love does draw people to God, but it can't be fake. It can't be cheap or tacky or forced. People might go through the motions trying to get there, but that is all that is. Real worship is not just singing the lastest Christian hit song and fellowshipping by dancing along with the rest of the congregation.

Love does sustain you like a flame. It is good to dwell in the love of God.

Amy S. Trosen said...

Thank you for sharing this.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Brother Michael, I listened to your sermon on love and was stunned by the beauty and power of it. Everyone, please click on the given link and listen to this sermon. Don't miss it! It will pierce your heart.