No one has to say to a child. “Enjoy that slide or merry go round”; they simply enjoy it! Hours of enjoyment with no instructions needed. What if enjoying God was that simple? What if instead of 10 rules to follow, God’s single expectation of us was to ENJOY HIM!
Week 1: Enjoying God the Beginning (Matthew 13:44)
One can only truly enjoy God when he is most valuable to you. When we discover his immeasurable worth then and only then can we truly enjoy him.
Week 2: Delight in the Lord and He Will Satisfy You (Psalm 37:4)
Have you ever gotten caught up in the things of this world? Has heaven every lost its glimmer? Has your faith ever wavered? Today I am going to teach you how to get your glimmer back, how to guarantee that you never lose it again.
Week 3: Enjoying God’s Word (Psalm 1)
Enjoying God can sound so nebulous; It sounds as if it is something that makes sense until you ask the simple question. How? In today’s message, I want to put some handles on Enjoying God. More than agreeing that enjoying God is a good thing we need to know how to Enjoy God!
Week 4: Enjoying God Out Loud (Psalm 98)
The Lord has given us a new song to sing. A song proclaiming all that He has done. Enjoying God includes proclaiming is wonderful deed’s and his steadfast love. In this worship service, we Enjoy God through singing and five special testimonies of God’s love and goodness.
Week 5: Enjoying God Despite Distractions (Matthew 6:25-31)
Life is filled with distractions, so many things distract us from what is most important (our walk with God).
Week 6: Enjoying God Produces a Generous Heart (1 Timothy 6:17-19)
We give to what we view is great. Ladies, why do you spend $500 on a purse? You think that purse is great. Guys, why do you spend $3500 on a Benelli shotgun? You think it’s great. The average family will drop between $6000-$10,000 for a trip to Disney world trip. Why? They believe the mouse gives their family a great experience. The more cash you drop the more the mouse makes you smile. We give to what we view is great.
Week 7: Enjoying God When Life Isn’t Enjoyable (Psalm 63:1-5)
Enjoying God can be elusive, then add the pressures of life during difficult times. In this Psalm, we see how enjoying God gave the author confidence that he would prevail.