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Sermons on 2 Corinthians 1 More sermons: 2 Corinthians 1
FOUR REASONS WHY GOD GAVE YOU THE ANOINTING
Shared by: Earl Pickett on Oct, 2014
Summary: There is a lot of confusion when it comes to the topic of the anointing. The confusion quickly unravels when you discover that God's purposes in the anointing was very simple. God wants to empower your life to do His will in the world.
God Can Be Counted On
Shared by: Howard Strickland on Oct, 2012
Summary: George Parsons, weighs in on the difference between a command and a promise: “A command from God is something we should do; a promise from God is something God will do. A command must be obeyed; a promise must be believed. When God gives a command He says
The Full Benefits Package, “there all yours, every single one”
Shared by: Charlie Roberts on Mar, 2012
Summary: Whatever God has promised gets stamped with the Yes of Jesus! And brother let me tell you, that’s as real as it gets! Praise God!!
God's Favorite Word is "YES!"
Shared by: David Dykes on Aug, 2010
Summary: We should be careful not to make promises we can’t keep. We put our mouth in motion before our mind is in gear. Sometimes our mouths write checks our body can’t cash! As much as we like to keep our promises sometimes we fail. But all of God’s promises are
The God Who Keeps His Promises
Shared by: Joe La Rue on Jan, 2009
Summary: Series introduction, this sermon explains why God had to promise us a savior in the first place, and how we can accept him.
TEST 2 of 9: PROPHECY MUST AGREE WITH THE LETTER & SPIRIT OF SCRIPTURE
Shared by: Herman Abrahams on Nov, 2004
Summary: Wherever the Holy Spirit says "Yes" in the scripture, he says "Yes" also through prophecy. And wherever he says "No" in the scripture, he says "No" also through prophecy. True prophecy never contradicts the scripture.
Series: How to Judge Prophecy