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What is the point? 1) The Place 2) The Purpose 3) The Plan 4) The Plight 5) The Power
You may be guilty of slander and not even realize it!
God's greatest revivals often happen on the heals of great evil. This message looks at the long, evil line of kings that lead up to Hezekiah, especially evil king Asa. His leadership led to the same sorts of social and religious evils evident in our own culture today. But God brought a new, young king who did what was needed to bring revival to God's people. The same can happen today. God still does great revival in the presence of great evil.
The horrible tragedy that occurred recently in Aurora, Colorado, begs the question, "Why does God allow evil and suffering in our world?" While there is no complete answer to that question in a 30 minute sermon, there is a great deal of help found in John 9.
Part 6 in FUEL HS Ministry's Simply Jesus Series. In relation to the Theater shooting in Colorado we walked through Luke 13:1-9 where Jesus addresses why things like that happen...
The final sermon in the Jonah series covers the story of Jonah and the Worm.
This life is full of struggle. We are tempted in many ways. We face trials of many kinds. Listen as pastor Lance Parrott calls us to pray as people who are struggling.
Beniah met the worst possible of foes, in the worst possible of places, at the worst possible of times. Is it possible for us to do the same?
Recent events in Mexico are a gripping reminder that there is evil in the world. Innocent people are massacred. Bodies are beheaded or hung from bridges. Can those who commit such evil be forgiven? A look at the life of the Apostle Paul answers this question. While Paul accomplished much good for the Lord, he accomplished just as much evil beforehand. Nevertheless, Christ called him and used him. Will he not do the same for us? Php 3:4-6; Gal 1:14; Acts 26:9-11; Acts 7:51-60; Acts 9:1-6