Sermon Series
  • 1. God Speaks

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006
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    Sermon four in a fourteen sermon series based on the popular Bible study by Henry Blackaby.

    Paul tells us to “work out our salvation.” Notice that he doesn’t tell us to “work for our salvation.” In other words, he is telling us that we need to allow the salvation that is ours to be lived out in our daily lives. When I was in seminary, I attended a preaching class in which every ...read more

  • 2. God's Invitation

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006
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    Sermon five in a fourteen sermon series based on the popular Bible study by Henry Blackaby.

    We have spoken in this series about how God calls us to develop an intimate and growing love relationship with Him. How is this done? Well, it is all possible because of God’s initiative. God took the initiative in this relationship by giving His Son for us at Calvary. “But God showed ...read more

  • 3. The Way God Speaks

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006
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    Sermon six in a fourteen sermon series based on the popular Bible study by Henry Blackaby.

    In our passage, we are told that in times past, God spoke in various ways. Indeed, in the Old Testament, we find that God spoke... ... through angels - Genesis 16:11-12 ... through visions - Genesis 15:1 ... through dreams - Genesis 28:10-19 ... through symbolic actions - Jeremiah ...read more

  • 4. What God Reveals

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006
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    Sermon seven in a fourteen sermon series based on the popular Bible study by Henry Blackaby.

    God speaks to His people. When He speaks, what does He reveal? Through out Scripture, when God speaks, it is to reveal something about Himself, His purposes, or His ways. God’s revelations are designed to bring us into a deeper love relationship with Himself. 1. God reveals Himself - vs. ...read more

  • 5. God Speaks Through His Word

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006
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    Sermon eight in a fourteen sermon series based on the popular Bible study by Henry Blackaby.

    We have said that God speaks to His people by His Spirit through His Word, prayer, circumstances, and His church to reveal Himself, His purposes and his ways. Over the next few weeks, we will consider the means through which God speaks to us by His Spirit. Today, we will consider how God speaks to ...read more

  • 6. God Speaks Through Prayer

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006
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    Sermon nine in a fourteen sermon series based on the popular Bible study by Henry Blackaby.

    We find Jesus speaking of prayer within the context of referring to His walk with the Father (vs. 10-11). As we have already seen, Jesus walked with the Father by prioritizing His love relationship with the Father. “Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house ...read more

  • 7. God Speaks Through Circumstances

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006
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    Sermon ten in a fourteen sermon series based on the popular Bible study by Henry Blackaby.

    The Father loved the Son and showed Him everything He was doing. Jesus did not have to guess what to do. He did not have to dream up what He could do for the Father. He watched to see what the Father was doing around Him and Jesus put His life there. The Father could then accomplish His purposes ...read more

  • 8. God Speaks Through His Church

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006
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    Sermon eleven in a fourteen sermon series based on the popular Bible study by Henry Blackaby.

    One of the problems many evangelical churches face today is that they have so emphasized the doctrine of the priesthood of believers they have lost their sense of corporate identity. Too many Christians think they stand alone before God and that they are not accountable to the church. It is true ...read more