Rest in My goodness. Trust Me to always go with you. There is nothing that can separate you from My love for you. I delight in every step you take with Me.


I want to get up and help people. I want to see heaven invade earth. I want to see the Kingdom come into people’s lives! Amen. Am I going to make mistakes? Yes, I’m going to make mistakes.

Why? Well number one, because you and I, we’re a bunch of knuckleheads. Number two, because we’re beautifully flawed. And number three, when you swing for the bleachers you strike out sometimes. 

We need to get past this fear of failure because the world around us has been going to hell. I don’t want to sit around worrying about getting into trouble with Father God, especially when I know He’s not going to get mad that I tried to glorify Him. 

Does everything go perfect at our food outreach? No. I can tell you a bunch of stuff that didn’t go right there. But you know what? That’s not our testimony. There were many people loved on, prayed for, healed and there were salvations. That’s our testimony.

He tells us to go. Go is a command with a promise. I want you to see this scripture;

 “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.” – Matthew 28:19-20

Jesus is asking you to go out of comfortable places. He wants you to go off your map and look for Him there. You’ll actually see Him when you get out of your comfort zone.

Following and going means leaving the cruise ship. But really, isn’t the most wonderful place being where Jesus is? You won’t do everything perfectly, but you look to Jesus the Good Shepherd. Trust in Him even to “the end of the world.”

                                    FROM MY SERMON SERIES UPGRADE