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Sermons about Strongholds
In this message series, Stepping Up, Pastor Kevin Fetterhoff has been considering people of the Bible that stepped up to do the right thing at a strategic time. Their courage to do the right thing brought positive results. Today we consider a lady who, in Matthew chapter fifteen, had a child with a tough spiritual condition. She approached Jesus with a tenacious faith and would not let go until He blessed her. You too can hold tight to Christ for the spiritual difficulties that your loved one faces. Be encouraged today to “step up” in this strategic time.
Gideon had a powerful calling upon his life, and perhaps you recognize in your life the same vertical calling of glorifying God. So what are the first steps you need to take in order to lay hold of that calling and be used by God? We look to humble beginnings of Gideon, and follow his example.
This sermon examines what the Word of God says about how to Destroy (Pull Down) Stronholds.
Pastor Andy and Tonja Greer team up to speak about the root of rejection. Tonja chronicles many of the experiences in her childhood that led to a root of bitterness and rejection and how that effected her into adulthood. She also talks how she was able to identify these emotional strongholds and how you, too, can identify them, and what to do to get free.
Kingdom Principles Part 4 - Spiritual Authority
The LORD of heaven’s armies has come, and we long that we would live into the gospel, that His justice would come, by the resurrection power of the One who has all power and authority.
What does it mean that every knee shall bow and every tongue confess?
Just as Israel left small strongholds of Canaanites in the Promised Land, and paid dearly for their failure to complete the task God had given them, so we often allow small strongholds for our enemy, the Devil, to exploit in our lives with dire consequences. Things like lust, anger, materialism may not be frowned upon by many but these and others pose real threats to our ability to live for God and persevere to the end.
It is always disturbing when we hear stories about Christians who deceived fellow Christians because we know it impacts the causes of Christ in negative ways. And it is so easy to pass judgement on people who have been disgraced without being aware of our struggles of living double lives. Is it possible that we are doing our best to hide our own obsessions or addictions? Continuing on the series on Slaying the Giants, I would like to talk about this very sensitive topic about strongholds. For most people, these are commonly known as obsessions or addictions. We need to confront and defeat these strongholds if we want God's best in our lives.