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Week 5 our of 7 in the "Seven People, One Saviour" series. This sermon tells the touching story of a sinful woman who met a compassionate Saviour.
A study of Revelation 17-19.
Paul continues to call Corinthian Christians out of sexually promiscuous lifestyles to glorify God with their bodies.
The focus of this Life of Christ sermon is to describe God's design for human sexual activity.
Pastor Todd Wilson takes us beyond a tertiary reading of Luke 7:36-50, to an in-depth examination of what biblical humility looks like, and its opposite, pride: he also delineates some steps we can take to obey God’s call to us to be humble. We are encouraged to walk the upstream path of humility, with hope and depending in faith on the great promises given to all believers in Jesus Christ, our Lord.
GOD'S JUDGMENT ON THE WORLD: and Jesus' Victory over Satan (Revelation 17:1-18 * Message #33) 07-17-2011
1. God’s Judgment on the World ● “See” the wickedness of the world: and overcome it by following Jesus. (John’s description of the wickedness of this world: the great prostitute, an immoral woman on a scarlet beast, Babylon the great, drunk with the blood of the saints, the great city, etc.) ● “See” God’s reign over this wicked world: and know that His judgment on this world is coming. 2. Jesus’ Victory over Satan ● Jesus has and will defeat Satan: so follow Him as the called, chosen, & faithful people of God. ● Be on guard against the satanic powers of the beast: by embracing the prophetic call for wisdom.
Part 1 of the Faith Series. The story of Hosea and his instruction from God to marry a prostitute is not a popular message in our churches. This message was a perfect introduction to Pastor Radcliff's insightful spin on Faith in the month of February.
God has a habit of choosing the must unlikely people from the most unlikely places to be his children and do amazing things. This chapter has a host of lessons to teach us about how God works using our unseemly past for his glory. No one is beyond His redemptive power. Everyone has the opportunity by faith to leave a huge spiritual legacy.