November 11th, 2015 – Sermon on “The heart of a young child” by Paul Pedersen

Paul PedersenPaul Pedersen’s sermon on “The heart of a young child” focused on praising God and being humble before Him. Paul related personal experiences and anecdotes to illustrate living simply and humbly with integrity before God.

Pastor Paul describes the sermon as:   In Thanks Living, we need to have the heart of a young child.  Young children are not worried about how popular they are, or what kind of toys they have to play with.  When we were young, we had innocent desires.  Learning to be thankful means that we remember how to have humility, simplicity, and integrity.  We are to remove our pride and humble ourselves before God.  We are to guard against lust, and learn to have contentment with what God has given us.  We are to search our hearts, take captive every thought, and trust in the strength of God in our lives in overcoming temptations.   May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you.

Paul used the following scriptures:  Ps. 131:1-2, 1 Pt. 5:5-7, Titus 2:6-8, 3:1-2, James 4:1-6, Phil 4:11-13, 1 Tim 6:6-11, 17-19, Luke 4:1, Heb 4:15

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (45 min)  11-14-2015 sermon


One Response to “November 11th, 2015 – Sermon on “The heart of a young child” by Paul Pedersen”

  1. Gladys McCoy says:


    Appreciated your thoughts on the high regard that Jesus showed toward the little children. It’s too bad that “life” has a way of dulling our sensitive spirits. It is good that we can always draw nearer to Him if we desire to.

    Blessings on you and your ministry here in Conroe. . .


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