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Contributed on Jun 11, 2020
This message is about what a spiritual attack looks like and what can be done about it.
Do you remember the record where Peter rebukes Jesus for telling the disciples He was going to die in Jerusalem? Of course you do. Turn with me to Matthew 16. (21) From that time forth began Jesus to shew unto his disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the ...read more
Contributed on May 26, 2020
When we were born again, we were born into a realm where sickness and death does not exist. And because this is where we now live, we have the right to enforce life in those areas of our lives that are not manifesting life.
In January 1910, a raging plague was sweeping through parts of the nation of Africa, leaving behind hundreds of thousands of bodies. In less than a month, one quarter of the entire population had died. The plague was so contagious that the government was offering $1000, the equivalent of $27,170 ...read more
Contributed on May 16, 2020
Jesus says we can do the works that He did. So why aren’t more Christians doing them? This message identifies nine reasons why the body of Christ, in general, is not doing the works of Jesus.
Jesus’ Reality, My Reality For the most part, the Church, the body of Christ, doesn’t understand who it is as it relates to being part of God’s family. Please turn to 1 John 3. (1) Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God [that we ...read more
Contributed on Apr 15, 2020
When we understand what Jesus meant when He said “my yoke is easy and my burden is light,” then we will be able to access the peace and quietness that comes with knowing that we are not battling the things in life by ourselves.
We’re going to begin with a poem that I’m sure you have either heard or heard of it. It’s Footprints In the Sand by Mary Stevenson “After the last scene of my life flashed before me, I looked back at the footprints in the sand…. I noticed that at many times along the path of life, especially at ...read more
Contributed on Apr 6, 2020
When David fought Goliath, he was the only person who understood that the battle was not a natural one but a spiritual one. It’s a lesson that the Body of Christ must learn.
This morning we’re going to be in 1 Samuel 17. The Lord has really been ministering to me about some things in 1 Samuel 12, 16 and 17. 1 Samuel 17 is the story of David and Goliath. But it’s really a story about how the enemy of the soul attacks the Body of Christ. We’re going to look at that ...read more
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Contributed on Jul 25, 2018
As a child, before my brothers and sisters and I would sit down for breakfast, we would ask our father what we could do to please him so that he would let us eat breakfast. He’d tell us. If we wanted lunch money for school we would ask our father what would please him. He’d tell us. At supper time, ...read more
Contributed on Jul 1, 2018
One Saturday morning a minister was busily trying to prepare his sermon under the most difficult conditions. It was a rainy day, and his young son was restless and bored, with little to do. Finally, in desperation, the minister picked up an old magazine and thumbed through it until he came to a ...read more
Contributed on Jun 25, 2018
Whenever a city was conquered in the ancient world, the type of animal the victorious king would ride as he entered a defeated town would make all the difference in the world to the people. If he was seated on a horse, the city was doomed; it was a sign that he had come in war, riding his ...read more
Contributed on Jun 22, 2018
A little girl was walking through the hallway of her home and she came to the place where they had a cellar door, It was one of those trapdoors on hinges, and it was open. She looked down into the darkness, heard a noise down there, and said, “Who’s down there?” And her daddy said, “It’s me, ...read more