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Throughout our lives we find ourselves being overcome and defeated by issues and circumstances, and also wanting to prevail over those things that hold us back, keep us in bondage, and rob us of peace and joy. The Bible says that "we are more than conquerors through him who loved us" (Romans 8:38). If this is true, then why do we often feel more like the conquered than the conquering? This message introduces a new series that will explore what God's Word says about overcoming in the various areas of our lives, and how Christ is our only hope for victory.
West Hills spent the better part of the past year studying the book of Philippians. Acts 16 gives us not only historical context to Philippians, but makes for great story-telling of God's grace in the lives of early Christian converts. This sermon draws sixteen observations from Acts 16 and reminds us how good God us to invite us into his story.
In his second letter to the church at Corinth, the apostle Paul gave some extended teaching on principles of giving which are very instructive for Christians in every generation. This message provides us with a personal scorecard for assessing how we are doing in the area of financial stewardship.
The Israelites were accused of robbing God because they didn't bring the whole tithe.What was the role of tithing in the Old Testament, and does it still apply to us today? Are we too robbing God if we don't tithe?
When Solomon summarized his thoughts concerning the meaning of life, one of the areas he addressed was the pursuit of worldly riches. While not fully resolving the issue, he lays before his readers some of the vanities of such a pursuit, as well as some of the dangers and warnings.