WebServant / Sam Garcia

Web Servant of the Most High God. My life’s motto and goal = Simple obedience to God in the simple things.

There are no people in WebServant’s collective.

Huffduffed (311)

  1. The Troubled Soul - C.J. Mahaney

    This sermon by C.J. Mahaney is based on Psalm 42, which deals with many struggles the human soul experiences (such as despair, doubt, loneliness, and thirsting after God).

    download

    Tagged with savedsermons

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  2. Don’t Fight It

    God uses difficulties to do a work in us. We grow in the tough times. That’s when our character is being developed. God will not allow a difficulty unless He has a divine purpose for it.<br/><br/>Visit https://joelosteen.com to receive daily updates and encouragement from Joel Osteen.

    download

    Tagged with savedjoel

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  3. Waiting With Expectancy

    Waiting with expectancy means instead of worrying if God is going to answer a prayer, you’re thanking Him for working behind the scenes, talking like a miracle is just around the corner, and acting like the answer is on its way.

    download

    Tagged with savedjoel

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  4. You HAVE To Embrace “The Process”

    Today we dive into the PROCESS - the importance of one and how the most successful Competitors in life embrace the process and all of its boring, monotonous, slowly growing timeline.

    And that in order to win, you have to embrace every part of your process.

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  5. Rise from the Ashes

    Each and every one of us is likely to face catastrophic events and circumstances in our lives. We can retreat and wallow in our own self-pity or find a way to rise from the ashes. Here’s a system for the latter.

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  6. Finding The Extraordinary In The Routine

    Today I want to remind you that Jesus said, “I came that you may have life, and have it in abundance” (John 10:10). He came so that we could live an abundant live, an extraordinary life, an exceptional life.

    God wants you to be extraordinary in your thinking. He wants you to expect more, to strive for more, to go for more because when you’re the very best you can be today, your tomorrow will be better.

    download

    Tagged with savedjoel

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  7. Investing In Your Future - Victoria Osteen

    I want to remind you today to spend your time investing in your future, not in the past. Investing in the past is when you relive your pains and disappointments, focusing on who hurt you, what didn’t work out, and the mistakes you’ve made. That’s a waste of time and energy. You can’t do anything about what happened in your past—it’s over with. But you can do something about today. When you focus on what you can change, and not on what you can’t change, that is a good investment in the future.

    download

    Tagged with savedjoel

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  8. AVOIDING ENSLAVEMENT TO SIN - Charles Stanley

    Based on Psalm 119:133-136, this message describes how enslavement to sin is possible for both the Christian and the non-Christian. It covers the steps that lead to enslavement to sin, the consequences of sin, and how to avoid enslavement to sin.

    download

    Tagged with savedsermons

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  9. Encourage Yourself - Victoria Osteen

    It’s great when family and friends are there to encourage us in difficult times, but we can’t depend on others to encourage us. We have to learn to encourage ourselves in the Lord every day. We have to remember what God has done in our life. We have to get in agreement with God and say, “Thank You, God, for who You made me to be. You made me to be more than a conqueror in Christ Jesus. I’m an overcomer because You back me up, because I have Your Word in me, and I will overcome this.”

    download

    Tagged with savedjoel

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

  10. PATIENCE IS A VIRTUE, PASSIVITY IS NOT

    One of my biggest struggles is patience. I think the same holds true for any high-achieving man. We tend to want the results immediately. Unfortunately, it just doesn’t work that way. That, however, does not mean we need to sit back and simply wait for our goals to come to fruition. Today, I share six strategies for exercising patience while assertively working towards our objectives.

    —Huffduffed by WebServant

Page 1 of 32Older