Sermon Series
  • 1. What Is Faith? Introduction

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2018
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    Introducing 7 women of faith

    INTRODUCTION: DIFFERENT EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH SEEN IN 7 WOMEN 1. Ruth: Saving Faith 2. Esther: Living by Faith 3. Mary Magdalene: Following Faith 4. Mary (sister of Lazarus): Worshiping Faith 5. Hannah: Praying by Faith 6. Priscilla: Serving Faith 7. Sarah: Family Faith 1. RUTH: SAVING FAITH more

  • 2. Ruth Lesson 1

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2018

    Ruth as a woman of faith

    A. INTRODUCTION: FAITH DECISIONS DETERMINED RUTH’S FUTURE 1. Because Ruth was a Gentile, she was not under the “covering” of Israel. 2. Because Ruth was from Moab, she was under special condemnation. “No . . . Moabite or any of their descendants for ten generations may be admitted to the more

  • 3. Esther Lesson 2

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2018

    Faith of Esther

    A. INTRODUCTION: FAITH DECISION IN SPITE OF LIMITED CHOICE 1. Her Jewish name Hadassah means Myrtle. Her Gentile name Esther means Star (can’t be seen in daylight, but shines brightest at night). 2. Her cousin Mordecai, a minor official who raised Esther. 3. Queen Vashti made wrong decision more

  • 4. Mary Magdalene Lesson 3

    Contributed on Oct 19, 2018

    Mary Magdalene

    A. INTRODUCTION: MARY MAGDALENE - FAITHFUL FOLLOWER 1. Many named Mary (from Hebrew Miriam), Virgin mother of Jesus, mother of James, mother of Joses, wife of Clopas, and mother of Mark. 2. Mary Magdalene, i.e., Magdala, i.e., “watch tower,” Matt. 15:39 3. Jesus tour. “He took his twelve more

  • 5. Mary Of Bethany Lesson 4

    Contributed on Oct 19, 2018

    Mary of Bethany

    A. INTRODUCTION: WORSHIPED AT JESUS’ FEET 1. Mary was sister to Martha, and Lazarus and was called Mary of Bethany. “A man named Lazarus was sick. He lived in Bethany with his sisters, Mary and Martha.” 2. Home belonged to Martha, the youngest. “A woman named Martha welcomed Jesus into her more

  • 6. Hannah Lesson 5

    Contributed on Oct 19, 2018


    A. INTRODUCTION: PRAYING IN FAITH 1. Hannah is the ideal image of motherhood who wanted children and prayed for them and raised them for God. 2. Elkanah, a compromising priest, i.e., polygamy. 3. The godly high priest Eli had wicked sons (1 Samuel 2:12, 17, 29). 4. Hannah’s great faith grows in more

  • 7. Priscilla Lesson 6

    Contributed on Oct 19, 2018


    A. INTRODUCTION: FAITHFUL IN AN OCCUPATION 1. Her husband’s name Aquila is Jewish, her name is Gentile. 2. Did Pricilla have a cross culture marriage? Did she assume the Hebrew faith? 3. Aquila and Priscilla were urban dwellers, not rural or small town. 4. Children are never mentioned. B. more

  • 8. Sarah Lesson 7

    Contributed on Oct 19, 2018


    A. INTRODUCTION: FAITHFUL TO HER FAMILY 1. Her original name Sarai meant princely, Sarah meant princess. 2. Was childless until 90 years of age. “Shall Sarah that is ninety years old” (Gen. 17:17). 3. Only woman whose age was mentioned. “Sarah was a hundred and twenty seven” (Gen. more