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There is nothing like a big problem to teach a godly man how to pray. Asaph was facing a serious calamity in his day. The nations round about Israel were planning to wipe Israel off the map. Asaph took up his rightful position in the Lord, and began to pray aggressively. But the tune of his prayer appears to alter as he brings it to a close. Why was his fiery passion to anihilate the enemy tempered with a desire for them to seek the Lord? Listen to see how prayer changed the pray-er.
Any gambler knows the house always wins. That's often bad news for Christians, because whether we like it or not, Satan has significant power and influence in this house (i.e. our world). And although we don't fully understand why this is, the truth is undeniable. If even Jesus felt the pain of the enemy's attacks, how much more so shall we? The only question is how will we respond when the attack comes? Eph 2:1-3; Eph 6:12; 1John 5:19; John 14:30; 1 Peter 5:8; John 16:33; 1John 3:8; Rom 8:17-25; Rev 21
Tony talks about putting on the armour of God to defeat the devil.
1000 New Beginnings, The Gospel of Mark The Gospel Steps Forward Mark 1:1-20 A new era has dawned. John the Baptist warns that God’s judgment and the Messiah are burning toward earth like a meteor, and thousands of unnerved, hopeful people line up for baptism. Then Jesus appears. John baptizes him and it’s as if Heaven floods Earth. Jesus is ready to call his disciples, form his tribe, and change the world, but first God subjects him to a 40-day wilderness test. In the badlands, Satan calls Jesus’ number and the Messiah steps into the ring to battle the devil.
Don't let naysayers distract you from God's purpose for your life. Remember, praisers don't have to fight. Hold your peace. Don't think about it. Praise God and let him fight your battles! God is going to intercept all the Devil's evil plans and turn them around for your benefit.
Test #7: The Christian and Pride, part 2
Rejection of Jesus Christ is not intellectual, philosophical, or evidential; it is spiritual and moral. Has it ever struck you as amazing that Israel’s leaders were dumbfounded with the wisdom of Christ, people were amazed at the miracles, the prophets shouted with unified voice and epitomized in John the Baptist: this is the One; this is the Christ, the Messiah. Yet, He was largely rejected and is today ... 2 Amazing displays of Christ’s glory & grace, and man’s rejection to cause us to worship and fear. (1) Amazing Display of Christ’s Glory, Grace, & Authority;(2) Amazing Display of Man’s Sin, Unbelief, & Rejection
Listen to hear the reason the Son of God came to live on Earth.
How does the birth of Jesus give us hope?
Evil Inside? (The Answer) Reconnect – November 21 2010 Text: Romans 7:14-8:4; Romans 5:6-11 Key Thought: Experiencing God’s forgiveness in our own lives makes us part of His response to evil. So now there is no condemnation for those who belong to Christ Jesus. And because you belong to him, the power of the life-giving Spirit has freed you from the power of sin that leads to death. (Romans 8:1-2, NLT)