In this Message, We talk about the Unseen Spiritual Warfare going on around us and being ready to defend the unseen attacks.
This sermon looks at Thomas’ doubt of Christ’s resurrection until seeing Jesus’ crucifixion scars. Jesus is glad to help people’s faith grow. Thomas is only doing what the disciples did earlier on the night of Jesus resurrection. Thomas’ doubts of belief resonate with many believers if they are honest about their spiritual journey.
This sermon looks at the culture of Christianity in American and how it has produced cultural Christians at the expense of producing biblical Christians. To understand this shift the generations of the Silents, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials are looked at through their statics involving their faith. In the end one can see that there exists a real need for the church to produce authentic biblical Christ followers.
Using the teaching of Jesus in Matthew chapter six one can find four spiritual disciplines that Jesus assumes a Christ follower is to do. These expectations by Christ should be considered some of the main tools for faith growth or tools one might keep in the top tray of their tool box. The first spiritual tool or discipline is found in Matthew 6:1-4 the spiritual practice of helping others.
The pastor shares God’s revelation through a week of stress and trials.
Look at the doctrine of sin as it is developed in 1 John.
The message shares how God deals in love with the individual not fear. In fact, God’s love expels fear.
This sermon continues looking at our relationship with God. Due to our relationship with God we have the action of love toward others. This proves authenticity as a child of God. Belief in Jesus produces love for others, opportunity through prayer, and more. . .