Contributed on Jul 22, 2013
This sermon looks at four major verses to claim in your life as well as talking about four important things to remember when you're claiming a Bible promise.
Some Examples Of Bible Promises: 1. When you have a tough decision. - James 1:5. 2. When you’re facing a financial need. - Matthew 6:33. 3. When you don’t sense God’s presence. - Hebrews 13:5. 4. When you’re feeling overwhelmed. - Jeremiah ...read more
Contributed on Jul 24, 2013
A look at some of the ways that we make up who Jesus is rather than digging into the Scripture to find out who He really is.
WHY DO I NEED TO READ THE BIBLE IF I'VE ALREADY ACCEPTED JESUS? You have not just been called to believe in Jesus, but to follow Jesus. - Matthew 4:19; Matthew 8:22; Matthew 9:9; Matthew 10:38; Matthew 16:24; Matthew 19:21; Mark 1:17; Mark 2:14; Mark 8:34; Mark 10:21; Luke 5:27; Luke 9:23, 59, ...read more
Contributed on Jul 31, 2013
This sermons gives practical advice on how to use the offensively (offensively as in offense and defense). What does it mean that the Bible is the sword of the Spirit - our one offensive weapon in the armor of God.
[Skit idea: A guy talking big (“saved by God, power of Holy Spirit, etc.,” he has a sword of the Spirit) then when an enemy comes and engages him in battle, he cowers, girl-screams, hops backward in retreat, head tucked down, blindly and wildly waving his sword around in the general ...read more
Contributed on Aug 6, 2013
A look at how to use the Bible to defend ourselves against spiritual attacks. I include 8 specific examples of how this can happen in our lives.
HOW CAN THE BIBLE BE USED DEFENSIVELY? Untruths threaten to push us down the wrong path. - Matthew 4:1-11; Ephesians 6:11; 1 Peter 5:8. - We talked last week about using the Bible offensively – using it to win spiritual victories. - This week we’re going to talk about using the ...read more
Contributed on Aug 7, 2013
This message gives some basic advice for those ready to begin reading the Bible regularly.
[Possible skit: two people bragging about how much they’ve studied the Bible; get in an epic Bible trivia contest; as they give each other increasingly obscure questions and answers, they ignore or brush off people (the homeless person – “Do you know where I could get something to ...read more