Moody Church Hour

Pastor Philip Miller

Finding God In The Wasteland (The Invisible World)

April 26, 2020

We live in a visible world, but all around us is an equally real invisible world. Sometimes, when we least expect it, the two intersect. That happened many times in the Old and New Testaments. Let’s learn about how God spoke to a man in a dream and revealed that man’s future destiny. This divine intersection is often called “Jacob’s ladder.”

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Many things are real, even though we can’t see them. Life on earth is not limited to what our five senses can detect. There’s an entire world out there existing in the realm of the spirit. Let’s learn about the invisible world: where battles are lost and won.
April 19, 2020
Death is our greatest enemy and it is very final. Nothing in medical science can reanimate dead tissue. When Jesus was crucified by Romans, he died at the hands of men who were very good at making sure a man was dead. Soldiers guarded the tomb to make sure he stayed dead. Nonetheless, nothing could withstand the power of God as He brought His Son back to life in brilliant glory—for us.
April 12, 2020
The place is called Skull Hill. Located outside ancient Jerusalem’s walls, this was the place of execution. Only common criminals were crucified, and that’s how Jesus was treated once condemned by the Romans at the urging of the Jewish leadership. He could have called legions of angels to destroy His oppressors but went willingly to that cross—for us. Let us remember the greatest act of love ever performed on this earth.
April 5, 2020
In a just world, the court system exists to examine facts and determine the guilt or innocence of a person on trial. But this is not a just world. All too often, staged trials are held with predetermined outcomes. After Jesus was arrested, he went before several so-called courts in rapid succession. He endured these trials for one reason: that He might give His life for us.
March 29, 2020
When Judas gave Jesus that fateful kiss, he was aiding those who wanted to kill the Son of God. In putting him to death, the enemies of Christ unwittingly made our redemption possible.
March 22, 2020
The Bible tells us to “remember the Lord’s death until He comes.” We do this every year during Holy Week, and, every time we join together for The Lord’s Supper. His death paid the price for our sins, a death we’ll commemorate throughout eternity. What He did during those last fateful days was done for us—undeserving sinners. May we be reminded of how far God went so that we might be redeemed.
March 15, 2020
Sooner or later, the government will tell us to do something we cannot do as Christians. Or, they’ll prohibit us from doing things we must do as believers. While we have a clear obligation to both church and state, how do we handle the conflicts that inevitably arise? Let’s discover some light for the dark days that may be ahead.
March 8, 2020
Just as no two snowflakes are alike, no two people are alike. We are all different, and that diversity adds a richness to life. But it also adds a set of problems. When two people don’t get along, even two Christians, what do you do? Here’s a solution for those difficult people in your life, and mine.
March 1, 2020
From the outside looking in, the Christian church is hardly unified. There are more variations and denominations emerging every day, leading one to wonder what doctrine is “most correct.” How can we discern truth from error and make wise choices regarding our place of worship?
February 23, 2020
When Christians stand for truth in a pluralistic culture, conflict is inevitable. Increasingly, that conflict is with our own government. This is the first of four messages about Christians in conflict, and how we should live in view of those conflicts.
February 16, 2020
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This Sunday morning program provides a meaningful worship service for those far from God or unable to attend a local church. With insightful teaching from Pastor Philip Miller and joyous congregational worship, you’re invited to join Jesus on the journey of a lifetime.

 

About Pastor Philip Miller

Philip Miller is the 17th Senior Pastor of The Moody Church. Philip holds a B.A in Pre-Seminary Bible from Cedarville University (’04) and a Th.M. in Pastoral Leadership and New Testament Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary (’10). His wife, Krista, also holds an Th.M. degree from DTS. They have four children: Claire, Violet, Cora, and Jude.

Philip is a visionary leader with over twelve years of ministry experience, including three at Christ Community Church in the western Chicago suburbs and nearly seven as Senior Pastor at Westwood Baptist in Olympia, WA. He believes people flourish as followers of Jesus when they live deeply in the gospel, experience the healing of true community, and join Jesus on mission in their world. He is committed to cultivating a gospel-centered church that welcomes spiritual explorers, promotes gospel clarity in culturally engaging ways, inspires passionate worship, fosters deep spiritual vitality, empowers people to holistic discipleship, and catalyzes a multiplication movement of gospel renewal both locally and globally.

Philip enjoys cycling and all things outdoors, Garrett’s Carmel popcorn, Lou Malnati‘s deep dish pizza, and Henry Weinhard‘s root beer. For more information about Philip and his family, visit moodymedia.org/pastorphilip.

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