Greater Things

Greater Things

Are you fully living out your destiny? There is a plan for your life beyond anything you have yet to realize or imagine.

Jesus told his followers, “‘whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these.’”

Did you grasp that? Jesus said that his believers will do even greater things than he had done. Greater than walking on water, giving sight to the blind, feeding 5,000 people with a boy’s lunch, and raising the dead? Yes. The greatest churches and ministries in the history of the world are being built today to the glory of God.

Greater Power

When Jesus left and went to Heaven, he sent the Holy Spirit to work through us. Because of that, we have a Greater Power. The Bible says, “the one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world.”

No matter how challenging life becomes, there is a greater power living in those who believe in Jesus Christ. His Spirit lives inside us.

You can know God’s Spirit and that power working through you today, giving you strength to overcome whatever you face. At Living Creek, our mission is to help people follow Jesus. When we do, we begin to live in a power beyond imagination.

Greater Love

In this world where we are sometimes abandoned and alone, we can know a greater love than anything human relationships can offer. Jesus said, “‘Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.’” That is exactly what he did.

Jesus loves us so much that he gave his life as a substitute for ours. He paid our debt of sin for us to be in a relationship with him for all eternity. He doesn’t expect us to pay him back, just love him back.

No church on Earth is perfect because of the imperfect people in them. But in the church, there ideally grows a fellowship that doesn’t judge others, forgives others, and displays the grace we have received. We want to invite you to help us grow that kind of a community at Living Creek, where we can receive and know a greater love.

Greater Purpose

Many of us live life without a clear purpose. We get into a daily routine that repeats itself week after week, year after year. Surely there is more to life.

This life is a test to prepare us for eternity. The Bible teaches us that we are called to be stewards and managers of our time, abilities, and resources. When we realize that God has empowered us, we desire to live a life for his purpose.

At Living Creek, we aspire to accomplish the Greater Things that God has for us, both individually and collectively through the church. How are you investing that which has been entrusted to you?

God has Greater Things in store for you.