Sermons

Home > Sermons

The God Who Sees Me

What difference does it make in my life to know that there is a God who sees me?

Average Rating:  [see ratings/reviews]The God Who Sees Me

Read Full Transcript

Add to Cart:

  • PDF Transcript$1.95add

Introduction

I. A misunderstood mother

II. God sees you

III. What it means to be seen

IV. A child misunderstood

V. The God who sees

VI. Seeing the God who sees us

Conclusion

Hilary Price, from the People’s Church Toronto, is an international speaker, Bible teacher, and the author of The Life That Changed My Day.

Hilary Price:
|Search

sermon Outline

This sermon is available to purchase a la carte or
for PreachingToday.com subscribers at no additional cost.



Rating & Reviews

Average User Rating:

No comments

Please to rate and review this sermon. Or subscribe now for full access.

Related Sermons

Gordon Johnson

Finding Significance in Obscurity

Obscurity changes to significance, when we turn our lives over to the Lord.

Belonging and Becoming

We are infinitely beloved by God

More Sermons

Related videos

Prodigal: A Father's Love | Journey Box Media | Preaching Today Media

Prodigal: A Father's Love | Journey Box Media

Adapted from “What’s So Amazing About Grace?” (© 1997) by popular Christian author Philip Yancey, Prodigal is a relatable telling of the well-known parable used by Jesus to show us who God is and how God loves. In this picture of extravagant grace, we learn that there is no catch to this promise, no loophole to exclude us from Love. Featuring music from up and coming artist Sara Jackson-Holman, we believe Prodigal is the film your community will be talking about. This mini-movie is perfect for Father's Day. [ Read More ]
Prodigal: A Father's Love (Extended Version) | Journey Box Media | Preaching Today Media

Prodigal: A Father's Love (Extended Version) | Journey Box Media

Adapted from “What’s So Amazing About Grace?” (© 1997) by popular Christian author Philip Yancey, Prodigal is a relatable telling of the well-known parable used by Jesus to show us who God is and how God loves. In this picture of extravagant grace, we learn that there is no catch to this promise, no loophole to exclude us from Love. Featuring music from up and coming artist Sara Jackson-Holman, we believe Prodigal is the film your community will be talking about. [ Read More ]

More videos

Print this pageShopping CartHelpMy Account