We all want to be blessed or feel blessed. Yet while seeking God’s blessings is a common desire for Christians, understanding God’s M.O. in blessings – who, when and how God blesses – can seem enigmatic. For many, seeking God’s blessings means they must constantly try to “do” the right thing. But, what if it isn’t about what you do? What if receiving God’s blessings is about something completely different?
While we never orchestrate when to whom God shares His blessings, we can understand more about the circumstances in which God showers blessings on His children. In this episode, Rev. David Kibler looks closely at scripture to unpack the age-old question of who God blesses and finds it may not be what you think.
The Rev. David Kibler
The Rev. David Kibler graduated with a bachelor of science degree in psychology from Centre College, in Danville, Kentucky, with a history minor. He then went on to earn a Master of Divinity degree from Asbury Theological Seminary. He has founded Catalyst Social Services Organization, Dommeru, India, where he helps house, clothe, feed and educate more than 150 orphans each year. He also began a prison ministry, called Inside Out Fatherhood, where he teaches incarcerated men fatherhood skills. Currently, he is Founding Pastor of Catalyst Christian Church in Nicholasville, Kentucky.
Pr. David’s Sermon
Rev. Kibler’s sermon can be seen and heard in its entirety here, or by copying and pasting the following link into a browser: