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This week we thought about how the Holy Spirit empowers the believer for mission.
When Christ tells us how to pray in Luke 11, we realize that we turn towards the absolute sovereignty of God in absolute persistence, making us dependent on the Spirit in our lives. When we consider RHC in 2013, we can apply this approach for both congregational goals and our own ministry goals within the congregation. Will we be a people obedient to the Father, who hunger to see the City within a City multiply in the greater Medford area and throughout the world?
Paul wants the Corinthians to be informed about spiritual gifts and teaches them that prevailing churches find a way to celebrate diversity and maintain unity as a reflection of God Himself - all for the glory of God.
God has graciously confirmed the most recent sermon, again! This is so exciting to me because we have been hearing so many messages about discipline that, at times, it can become discouraging to realize that there really is hard 'work' to our 'rest' in the Lord. This message was specifically given to lift you, to encourage and embolden you. And, as I said, our Lord has again graciously affirmed its accuracy and authenticity. God confirms His Word with signs that follow (like that which was shared with you last week)! 58 minutes.
The final message in a series on the spiritual gifts focuses on the controversial gift of tongues. Is it real, what's its purpose and is it for every believer?
Many churches do ministry day in day out without the Power of God. They have a great drama program, put up an awesome show for those who come to see it and may have a successful out-reach program. But they do it all in there own power. They did not wait to move till the power of the Spirit came upon them (Luke 24:49). Are you waiting patiently for His Power to come over you or did you also move out on your own?
Part 3. To be part of God's family, He deposits Himself within us. This opens us to a new world and four doors that open us to the heavenly life.