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  • Chariots Of Fire - God Is Our Protector #2 Series

    Contributed by Duane Wente on Aug 22, 2020

    There are battles going on all around us that we do not see. It feels like the enemy is winning. But God’s protection is there, just as it was for Elisha. When we are surrounded, God has surrounded us with His protection.

    Introduction That is the theme to one of the most iconic hot summer movies of our lifetimes. Set in the post-World War I era, Chariots of Fire is based on the true story of two British athletes. Harold Abrahams and Eric Liddell are both naturally gifted fast sprinters, but approach running more

  • Seeing The Unseen (Coronavirus) Series

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Mar 23, 2020
    based on 5 ratings

    The Bible encourages us to “look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen” (2 Corinthians 4:18). That's just what Elisha does in 2 Kings 6. What does he see that we often don't?

  • Don't Be Afraid Series

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Mar 19, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    The best way to overcome fear is too N.I.P. our fears, any fears... in the bud.

    Don’t Be Afraid OKAY – for the next few minutes I want to talk to you about something… and I am going to go out on a limb and say, it’s something that everyone in this room has experienced before. And maybe even more so as the coronavirus continues to dominate our national conversation... In more

  • 3d - Pt. 2 - Surrounded Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Aug 24, 2019

    Is our world restricted to what we can see? What if there was another dimension? Activity . . . but we only catch glimpses. We need to open our eyes and see the unseen.

    I. Introduction I recently read this statement about loss of sight. Vision problems may signal serious health conditions, and they can increase your risk for injury or death. I asserted last week that we have become so consumed with earthly things and in a knee jerk response to seeing demons behind more

  • 3d - Pt. 1 - Surrounded Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Aug 24, 2019

    Is our world restricted to what we can see? What if there was another dimension? Activity . . . but we only catch glimpses. We need to open our eyes and see the unseen.

  • The God Of Angel Armies Series

    Contributed by Jerry Owen on Aug 15, 2018

    Under spiritual and physical attack can be frightening. Elisha's account of his experience with the army of Aram ought to give us faith, knowing the God of Angel Armies is with us.

    THE GOD OF ANGEL ARMIES 2 Kings 6:8-23 2 Kings 6:8 Now the king of Aram was warring against Israel. Elisha served as the prophet of God for 50-60 years. During that time Israel faced many problems. Drought, famine, diseases, and constant wars with their neighbors. During this more

  • Knowing The God Of Israel Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Mar 6, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    God revealing Himself to the Arameans.

  • Elisha The Eye Prophet Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 13, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    This may be the information age, but God is the ultimate information regulator. He determines what we do and do not perceive.

    Elisha the Eye Prophet (2 Kings 6:8-23) We are all vulnerable in different ways: 1. “In 1991, an organization called Michigan’s Timid Motorist assisted 830 motorists across the MacKinac Bridge that is five miles long and 200 feet high. The drivers were so scared of heights that they couldn’t more

  • 2 Kings 6:8-23 – "Open His Eyes And Let Him See"

    Contributed by Matt Stone on Sep 7, 2016
    based on 2 ratings

    Elisha's servant sees God's presence, protection and provision when Elisha prays, 'Open his eyes and let him see." How might we see as God sees?

  • Standing, Looking Out The Window?

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Apr 27, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    The drama queens seem to rule in many situations. We can stand and look out our windows with a defeated temporal vision. The is a better plan...

    STANDING AND LOOKING OUT THE WINDOW? NOW WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Did you hear about the terrible story: Two men plotted to rob the bank after hours. They had a torch and cut their way into the safe... They was so surprised that all that more

  • Fear Not:

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 4, 2015

    Fear not:

    2 Kings 6:8-23 1. HIS ENCOUNTER WITH OPPOSITION - Vs. 13 And he said, Go and spy where he is, that I may send and fetch him. And it was told him, saying, Behold, he is in Dothan. (a) The Blessing he was to the work of God v 10. And the king of Israel sent to the place which the man of God told more

  • Help... We're Surrounded.

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 4, 2015


    2 Kings 6: 8 - 23 HELP... WE'RE SURROUNDED. In June 1920, the people of Shansi, China were warned that bandits were coming. One lady missionary within the village was responsible for a mission school for about forty girls. She said, "The Lord in His mercy spared us and our school more

  • The Secret Of Victory

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 4, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    The Secret of Victory

  • Helpfully Surrounded

    Contributed by Sherm Nichols on Sep 1, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    God’s presence, realized among His people, will move them to fearless advancement in His name

  • Civil Wars - Pt. 2 - The Art Of War Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Aug 15, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Brother against brother. Father against son. Son against father. It was a war that was anything but “civil”. Wars are inevitable.What if we could learn to fight fair? What if we could wage civil wars?

    Civil Wars
Pt. 2 - The Art of War I. Introduction
The most costly war in our history in loss of life was the Civil War. Estimates put the death toll of the Civil War somewhere between 650-850,000 men. These were not soldiers from a foreign invader. These were not troops from some more