Hidden Good

Feb 26, 2023    Pastor Jerrell Sarmiento

We all will have trials and hardships in our lives; it’s inevitable. But even through the storms, God’s sovereignty is over us. On the outside, things may look difficult, but God is always working. When we pause and look internally at God’s will in our lives, we will uncover some Hidden Good provided by God’s promises and faithfulness. 



Anniversary video: https://vimeo.com/801832251

Discussion Questions


- What does it mean to you that God's sovereignty is over us, even during times of trial and hardship? How can we remind ourselves of this truth when overwhelmed or discouraged?

- Pastor Jerrell talked about uncovering the "Hidden Good" in our lives through God's promises and faithfulness. What examples of Hidden Good have you experienced in your life, and how did you recognize them?

- The sermon included several scriptures about serving and leading others, such as Romans 13:7 and 1 Peter 5:2-4. How can we apply these verses to our daily lives inside and outside the church?

- The video shared during the service celebrated the church's ninth anniversary. What are some ways we can celebrate and appreciate the milestones in our own lives, whether they are personal or communal? How can we use these moments to reflect on God's faithfulness and goodness in our lives?

Word of the Day 


Dunamis (δύναμις)


Dunamis (Ancient Greek: δύναμις) is a Greek philosophical concept meaning "power," "potential," or "ability," and is central to the Aristotelian idea of potentiality and actuality.

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