Sermon Series
  • 1. Jesus, Offering Grace To His Enemies (Part 2)

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2013
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    Christ can save anybody, but every person must accept the truth about Jesus Christ if he or she is to be saved. What did Paul learn about Christ on the road to Damascus?

    Jesus, Offering Grace to His Enemies – Part 2 Acts 9:1-7 Introduction: 1. In our Bible, we see several appearances of Jesus Christ. All of these appearances were prophesied beforehand. But did you know that Christ made a surprise, unprophesied appearance? He appeared in Acts 9 to a man ...read more

  • 2. Jesus, Radically Changing Lives

    Contributed on Jan 23, 2013
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    Every person can have his or her life radically changed by Jesus Christ. Paul did a complete 180, and Christ is still doing this for people today.

    Every person can have his or her life radically changed by Jesus Christ. Paul did a complete 180, and Christ is still doing this for people today. Jesus, Radically Changing Lives Acts 9:8-22 Introduction: 1. We learned last week that one of the most significant events in the Bible is the ...read more

  • 3. Ananias – Given Great Privilege

    Contributed on Jan 23, 2013
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    Ananias was not a famous, well-known believer. He is not mentioned in Scripture outside of this event. Yet, Ananias was given such great privilege from the Lord. Why?

    Ananias – Given Great Privilege Acts 9:10-18, 22:12-16 Introduction: 1. When considering the book of Acts, if I were to ask you to fill in the blank, and I said, “Ananias and _____________.” What would you say? Would you say, “Sapphira?” 2. Did you know that ...read more

  • 4. I’ve Become A Christian – Now What? (Part 1)

    Contributed on Jan 25, 2013
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    How did Paul’s life change after He was saved? Paul said he was a pattern to those who would be saved after him (1 Timothy 1:16), so I believe we can look at what happened to Paul and learn a lot. After you become a Christian, what can you expect?

    “I’ve Become a Christian – Now What?” (Part 1) Acts 9:19-29 Introduction: 1. When a person experiences salvation through Jesus Christ, changes begin to happen both inwardly and outwardly. • Illustration: Before I placed my faith in Christ, I had been involved ...read more

  • 5. Breaking The Strongholds Of Satan (Part 1)

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2013
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    Did you know that all people can break the strongholds of Satan in their lives? How? Let’s learn from this incredible text.

    Breaking the Strongholds of Satan Acts 19:1-20 Introduction: 1. How many of you traveled over the holidays? How many enjoy traveling? 2. How many prefer to just stay home? You wouldn’t have enjoyed being the apostle Paul. 3. In Acts 18:23, Paul left his home church in Antioch and ...read more

  • 6. Breaking The Strongholds Of Satan (Part 2)

    Contributed on Feb 6, 2013
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    Did you know that all people can break the strongholds of Satan in their lives? How? Let’s learn from this incredible text.

    Breaking the Strongholds of Satan (Part 2) Acts 19:1-20 Introduction: 1. In Acts 18:23, Paul left his home church in Antioch and began his third missionary journey. Over 1,000 miles later, his travels landed him in the city of Ephesus, the capital city of Asia. It was a city of several ...read more

  • 7. Waiting On The Lord In Tarsus (Part 1)

    Contributed on Feb 6, 2013
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    The apostle Paul had to go through a “waiting” time periods After fleeing Jerusalem in Acts 9:30, Paul was sent to his hometown of Tarsus. Why did Paul have to wait patiently in Tarsus? What was God’s purpose?

    Waiting on the Lord in Tarsus Acts 10 Introduction: 1. One of the hardest things in life to do is to wait. Our fleshly human nature despises waiting. 2. Yet, waiting is a vital part of the Christian life. Over and over again we see examples of this in the Bible. Here are just a ...read more

  • 8. Waiting On The Lord In Tarsus (Part 2)

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2013
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    The apostle Paul had to go through a “waiting” time period. After fleeing Jerusalem in Acts 9:30, Paul was sent to his hometown of Tarsus. Why did Paul have to wait patiently in Tarsus? What was God’s purpose?

    Waiting on the Lord in Tarsus (Part 2) Acts 10 Introduction: 1. One of the hardest things in life to do is to wait. Our fleshly human nature despises waiting. 2. Yet, waiting is a vital part of the Christian life. Over and over again we see examples of this in the Bible. Here are just a ...read more