Evangelist Chuck Kempf opens our Spring Revival Meetings with a Sunday School lesson from Psalm 73, in which he deals with the question of Christian suffering and sinners’ prosperity. He challenges us to remain faithful to God and to keep an eternal perspective in God’s working with mankind and the unfailing principles of God’s blessing upon those who serve Him
Pastor Hager uses Psalm 105 to help us gain a fresh perspective on the lessons to be learned from the life of Joseph. He describes the challenge of courage and faith that faced Joseph, and then applies it to the believer’s life. He encourages us to be believers of faith in action, rather than allowing ourselves to be defeated by our circumstances.
Pastor Hager preaches on when trials become triumphs, from James 1. He shows us that when trials come, a surrendered will to God is imperative. He encourages us to accept testing as FOR us, so that we can endure our trials triumphantly, trusting in our loving God.
Pastor Pardee relates the story of the three Hebrew children in the fiery furnace from Daniel 3. He challenges us to be “but if not” Christians, by being willing to go to a complete level of surrender and by allowing our relationship with God to be the center of any trial or test instead of being focused on the deliverance.