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This is only a 50-second excerpt. Act 3:26, "God, having raised up his servant, sent him to you first, to bless you by turning every one of you from your wickedness." Eph 5:6, "Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of these things the wrath of God comes upon the sons of disobedience." That word disobedience is interchangable with 'unbelief' out of the original text, stemming from where we get our word "apathy." In other words, if you won't allow God's Word to move you then Providence is on the way to move you.
God has chosen to NOW honor Jesus followers (John12:26). Been following Jesus? Then this message is for you! 67 minutes.
Here is your healing - all within God's love to you! Sister Pat shares the heart of our Father with you. 35 minutes.
Here you go, children of God! This is what you can expect in 2016 - may your steps be in harmony with God - in Jesus' Name. (There was a 40-second video clip offered during this message - here is its link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnYp4srEooI ) 49 minutes.
Psalm 89:15, "Blessed are those who have learned to acclaim You, who walk, O LORD, in the light of Your Presence." Did you know that it's possible to live in roudy joy while you're waiting on the Lord? Wishing you a very Merry Christmas - praying for God's Light to break through your darkest night to save - we commend this message to help you "learn to acclaim God" so that you may enjoy walking in His Light. The "sermon notes" icon below will provide the handout which accompanies this message. 49 minutes.
No one ever sinned while being under the control of the Holy Spirit! Through taking Christ's yoke upon ourselves we can enjoy mastery over sin and keep in step with God. This message will help you to do that. 32 minutes.
We are concluding this week and next week a series that we have called the Hebrews Initiative. It has been an important journey. Originally written to a group of fairly new believers in Jesus who were experiencing difficulty in a difficult world, this anonymous writer is calling them to a life of endurance. He has used language like “not shrinking back from faith” and “hold fast to the confession” to encourage them to persevere in their Christian calling and walk with Jesus. He would say, “This is not the time to back up; instead, this is the time to press forward.”