Pastor Lee Eclov takes us to a passage that allows us to see prayer from the perspective of heaven. We’ll look at this brief but dramatic picture in Rev. 8:1-5 in his sermon called, “Reversed Thunder.”
Sometimes it seems that in our worst moments, there’s no one who knows, no one who sees. In our series on the life of Abraham we focus this week on the lonely life of Hagar, Sarah’s servant, and what she learned about God.
We are delighted and honored to have Pastor Lee Eclov ministering the Word to us for this message. Here is a pre-taste of what is to come:
Imagine the pageantry of a grand processional. The Lord of Glory is ascending to His throne on Mt. Zion. He is receiving gifts from all joyful subjects . . . Wait! No, the King is not receiving gifts; He’s giving them! That majestic scene sets the stage for this message from Eph. 4:8-11.
This message is brought to us by Lee Eclov, who is preaching from John 13:34-35. Lee is a gifted writer and speaker who has impacted many lives for Christ. He and his wife, Susan, attend Crosspoint Church. You can find out more by visiting his website: www.leeeclov.com.