Sermon Series
  • 1. Our Spiritual Position

    Contributed on Mar 28, 2008
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    Part 1 in our Ephesians series: How to Walk God’s Trail. Realizing who we are and what we have in Christ.

    Series: Ephesians: How To Walk God’s Trail Text: Ephesians 1:1-6 Title: “Our Spiritual Position” Introduction • There are many terms used to describe our Christian lives and how we are to carry it out: it is called our walk, our purpose, being in God’s will; however they all have the idea of ...read more

  • 2. That We May Know

    Contributed on Apr 11, 2008
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    Paul’s prayer for the church is for widsom, revelation, and knowledge of God’s calling, God’s power, and Christ’s authority.

    Series: Ephesians: How To Walk God’s Trial Text: Ephesians 1:15-23 Title: “That We May Know” Vv. 15-17 • Paul’s prayer for this church and really for all believers is that we would grow in the wisdom, revelation, and knowledge of God’s calling, of God’s power, and of Christ’s ...read more

  • 3. You Are Redeemed

    Contributed on Apr 11, 2008
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    Our redemption in Christ.

    Series: Ephesians: How to Walk God’s Trail Text: Ephesians 1:7-14 Title: “You Are Redeemed” Introduction • Redeem—1. To obtain the release or restoration of, as from captivity, by paying a ransom. 2. To discharge or fulfill a pledge or a promise. I. The Payment (7a) • “In Him we ...read more

  • 4. Made Alive In Christ

    Contributed on Apr 30, 2008
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    God brings us from being spiritually dead, unable and unwilling to help ourselves. But God not only made us alive but gave us an inheritance beyond description.

    Series: Ephesians: How To Walk God’s Trail Text: Ephesians 2:1-7 Title: “Made Alive In Christ” I. What We Were (1-3) • “And you...who were dead” o What does it mean when the Bible says we were dead? o Dead is an interesting word, while it does mean “without life” it also means ...read more