A Summer 2021 Daily Thunder Series
Presented by Nathan Johnson
Abundantly: Experience the Depth of Christ's Life and Love
The word “abundant” expresses a largeness of quantity or an extreme measure of something. Our life in Christ is just that: abundant. As Christians, we don’t eek by, barely making it through each day; rather, we triumph, we rejoice, we live in His abundant life. As Paul brings Ephesians chapter three to a close, he prays that the depth, reality, and abundance of Christ’s life and love would be yours. Join Nathan Johnson in this special fourteen-part series examining Paul's prayer from Ephesians 3:14-21 and discover and experience the abundance of Christ’s life and love for yourself.
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Strengthened with God’s Almighty Power – September 21, 2021
The emphasis of Paul’s incredible prayer is the life and love of Jesus Christ demonstrated and experienced in the depths of every believer. The heart of the prayer is found in the phrase “strengthened with power through His Spirit in the inner man.” In this expositional message, Nathan Johnson explores this profound and essential concept of which the rest of the prayer flows from. As Christians, we must be strengthened and empowered by the Spirit of God in our inner being (our mind, heart, will, emotions, and conscience) if we desire to practically live the life of a Christian.
Filled with all the Fullness of God – October 12, 2021
In what may be one of the most breathtaking and dumbfounding passages in Scripture, Paul declares he desires us to be “filled up to all the fullness of God.” But what does it mean to be filled with the “fullness of God” and how do we experience such an incredible reality? In this expositional message, Nathan expounds upon Ephesians 3:19 and gives three practical ideas you need to practice so you can experience the fullness of God in your life.
To Him Alone Belongs Glory October 21, 2021
All glory and honor and praise belongs to our God! Yet for many Christians this reality is not reflected in their lives nor is declared from their lips. In this expositional message, Nathan Johnson examines the end of Paul’s prayer in Ephesians 3:14-21, and explains Paul’s theology of doxology—for God to receive all glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations forever and ever.