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A wrap-up to our Ownership series. Grace empowers us to take ownership of all that God has called us to.
Though we are physically wearing out and running down as time marches by, the same should not be true on the spiritual front. As we age in our walk with the Lord, we ought to be growing and maturing and adding wisdom and knowledge and discernment to our lives.
Acts 19 is a highly debated chapter amongst pastors and theologians concerning the empowerment of the Holy Spirit in a believer's life. Paul comes about a group of Christians in Ephesus in which he immediately notices something missing: where's the Holy Spirit? Listen to this week's message to determine how we can be continual
When you walk in two worlds You have made a choice, And though many call you Follow just one voice, And then you would recognize The truth in the midst of lies, Seeing through different eyes A people set apart, Walking in two worlds.
In order to walk as wise believers, in obedience to our Lord Jesus Christ, we should know that the Father's will for us is being filled with the Holy Spirit. We will be empowered in every area of our lives as we submit to the Spirit's influence. This will enable us to live in love and thankful submission to each other in the fear of Christ. In doing this we will be allowing the Spirit of Jesus to transform every relationship and area of life. Therefore we will be an empowered witness to the world around us that is desperately seeking the supernatural truth.
Life of re:sponsive January 20, 2013 Text: II Corinthians 1:3-11; Philippians 4:19-20 Key Thought: Christ invites us into a life of responsive: helping others, with Him, as He continues to help us. He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us. II Cor. 1:4, NLT
Message focuses on Paul's final greeting to the folks in Corinth struggling with a number of deep issues. His final farewell bids them to focus on the grace, love and fellowship of God to comfort and enable them to process through sanctification.
The sermon preached on September 17-18th, 2011 was given by Rob Willey, Senior Pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel Davenport, titled Spiritual Gifts and comes from 1 Corinthians 12:1-11.
S&L, Episode I: The Daver Reconnect – June 19, 2011 Text: I Samuel 16:1-13; I Corinthians 1:24-29 Key Thought: God still chooses the unlikely for His greatness based on the direction of their hearts. Then Samuel asked, “Are these all the sons you have?” “There is still the youngest,” Jesse replied. “But he’s out in the fields watching the sheep and goats.” “Send for him at once,” Samuel said. “We will not sit down to eat until he arrives.” So Jesse sent for him. He was dark and handsome, with beautiful eyes. And the Lord said, “This is the one; anoint him.” So as David stood there among his brothers, Samuel took the flask of olive oil he had brought and anointed David with the oil. And the Spirit of the Lord came powerfully upon David from that day on. Then Samuel returned to Ramah. (I Samuel 16:11-13, NLT)