Going “Deeper” with God

Going "Deeper" with God

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I see people spend more time on their hair and makeup than they do talking to their heavenly Father. I see people spend more time picking out which movie their going to watch that reading the word. So…it should be know surprise why these same people want to know why God is not moving in their lives.

Nourishment received from being filled is expended in hungering for another filling.

Those who are poor and empty in their own spiritual poverty recognize the depth of their need and hunger and thirst for that which is only from God.

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Pastor Michael Desroches is the founder and Senior Pastor of Spirit Life Worship Church. He has a strong burden to encourage and strengthen both believers and non-believers into a relationship with Jesus Christ through the fellowship of the Holy Spirit. He is a gifted Psalmist and teacher of the Word of God.

Pastor Mike has traveled the globe ministering to the sick and the lost in healing and miracle crusades across the globe.

He has resided with his wife and their three children in Palm Coast Florida since 1987 preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

We believe in one Triune God, eternally existing in three persons; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

We believe the Holy Scriptures to be the Inspired Word of God and the final authority for faith in life.

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4 thoughts on “Going “Deeper” with God”

  1. I pray that each person listening to this message, desires a deeper walk with God. Thank you Pastor Mike for your teaching.

  2. This is a very powerful subject!

    The person I used to be may be buried, but it's like he's still making noise in there like something out of an Edgar Allan Poe book. My mind knows that it's a deception by the Enemy, but it's the heart that is not so quick to recognize that. I think that comes down to insufficient desire. Of course, due to human frailty, no amount of desire for God will ever be enough. He is infinitely deep, deeper than we're capable of handling. On the one hand, we ought to praise Him for this attribute of His. But on the other hand, it's a dour reminder that this life and this frail, contaminated human body is an impediment to being what we were ultimately designed for, and it must be endured until our mission is complete. Nobody gets to go home until their mission is completed.

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