In this series, we are dealing with the subject of spiritual warfare and bringing correct, biblical teaching to this often-misunderstood subject. We do have an adversary that is bent on our destruction but we must always remember that the real battle with Satan was won at the Cross and the resurrection by Jesus Christ. This same victorious Christ who single handedly defeated the devil lives in us in the person of the Holy Spirit!

We must approach spiritual warfare from a place of already obtained victory (by Jesus) instead of us trying to get the victory!

Proverbs 18:20-21 ERV tells us. "Your words can be as satisfying as fruit, as pleasing as the food that fills your stomach. (21) The tongue can speak words that bring life or death. Those who love to talk must be ready to accept what it brings."

Many times we underestimate the power of our words. Yet, the Scriptures teach us that our tongue determines the direction of our lives and affects our lives in every way. We can use our words on purpose and activate all of that Jesus bought and paid for and has deposited in us when we were Born Again. So, quit talking negatively about yourself and begin to bring the words of your mouth into agreement with the truths God has deposited in your life.

Proverbs 18:20-21 ERV tells us. "Your words can be as satisfying as fruit, as pleasing as the food that fills your stomach. (21) The tongue can speak words that bring life or death. Those who love to talk must be ready to accept what it brings."

Many times we underestimate the power of our words. Yet, the Scriptures teach us that our tongue determines the direction of our lives and affects our lives in every way. We can use our words on purpose and activate all of that Jesus bought and paid for and has deposited in us when we were Born Again. So, quit talking negatively about yourself and begin to bring the words of your mouth into agreement with the truths God has deposited in your life.

In this series, we are dealing with the subject of spiritual warfare and bringing correct, biblical teaching to this often-misunderstood subject. We do have an adversary that is bent on our destruction but we must always remember that the real battle with Satan was won at the Cross and the resurrection by Jesus Christ. This same victorious Christ who single handedly defeated the devil lives in us in the person of the Holy Spirit!

We must approach spiritual warfare from a place of already obtained victory (by Jesus) instead of us trying to get the victory!

What happens when you breathe your last breath, and your body fails? We must begin to think in eternal, big picture ways and the only way to do this is to have a better understanding of what God’s Word says about eternal things.

1 John 5:12-13 TPT  Whoever has the Son has eternal life; whoever does not have the Son does not possess eternal life.  (13)  I’ve written this letter to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you will be assured and know without a doubt that you have eternal life.

Eternity is too long, and hell is too risky to not KNOW what your eternal destiny is.

In this message, we look at what believers are like in Heaven.

In this series, we are dealing with the subject of spiritual warfare and bringing correct, biblical teaching to this often-misunderstood subject. We do have an adversary that is bent on our destruction but we must always remember that the real battle with Satan was won at the Cross and the resurrection by Jesus Christ. This same victorious Christ who single handedly defeated the devil lives in us in the person of the Holy Spirit!

We must approach spiritual warfare from a place of already obtained victory (by Jesus) instead of us trying to get the victory!

What happens when you breathe your last breath, and your body fails? We must begin to think in eternal, big picture ways and the only way to do this is to have a better understanding of what God’s Word says about eternal things.

1 John 5:12-13 TPT  Whoever has the Son has eternal life; whoever does not have the Son does not possess eternal life.  (13)  I’ve written this letter to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you will be assured and know without a doubt that you have eternal life.

Eternity is too long, and hell is too risky to not KNOW what your eternal destiny is.

In this message, we begin looking at Heaven is like according to the Bible.

In this series, we are dealing with the subject of spiritual warfare and bringing correct, biblical teaching to this often-misunderstood subject. We do have an adversary that is bent on our destruction but we must always remember that the real battle with Satan was won at the Cross and the resurrection by Jesus Christ. This same victorious Christ who single handedly defeated the devil lives in us in the person of the Holy Spirit!

We must approach spiritual warfare from a place of already obtained victory (by Jesus) instead of us trying to get the victory!

What happens when you breathe your last breath, and your body fails? We must begin to think in eternal, big picture ways and the only way to do this is to have a better understanding of what God’s Word says about eternal things.

1 John 5:12-13 TPT  Whoever has the Son has eternal life; whoever does not have the Son does not possess eternal life.  (13)  I’ve written this letter to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you will be assured and know without a doubt that you have eternal life.

Eternity is too long, and hell is too risky to not KNOW what your eternal destiny is.

In this series, we are dealing with the subject of spiritual warfare and bringing correct, biblical teaching to this often-misunderstood subject. We do have an adversary that is bent on our destruction but we must always remember that the real battle with Satan was won at the Cross and the resurrection by Jesus Christ. This same victorious Christ who single handedly defeated the devil lives in us in the person of the Holy Spirit!

We must approach spiritual warfare from a place of already obtained victory (by Jesus) instead of us trying to get the victory!

In Matthew 16:13-18, Jesus said to the degree that you have a clear revelation of Who God is, your life will be built in God and the gates of hell will not prevail against you.

The subject of human suffering is probably one of the greatest stumbling blocks or obstacles to a clear revelation of God. The issues of human suffering do more to shape the theological perspective of God that most people have of Him.

Christians are also faced with some of these same questions: who is behind the suffering, is it my sin, the devil or is it God? The unbeliever looks at these things and says there is no God, and the believer looks and says, “why?” and “how do I properly relate to and handle these things?”

In this series, we will take a look at the Book of Job because it is the most concentrated case in the Bible on human suffering. James 5:10-11 tell us to be inspired by Job’s patience, perseverance, and endurance, and the mercy and grace of the Lord that brought great deliverance. If you find yourself in a time of suffering, just know that if you will remain consistent and persevere, God will bring you out with a great deliverance just like He did Job.

In this message, we find there is a suffering that perfects us and we need to learn what to do when it comes.

In this series, we are dealing with the subject of spiritual warfare and bringing correct, biblical teaching to this often-misunderstood subject. We do have an adversary that is bent on our destruction but we must always remember that the real battle with Satan was won at the Cross and the resurrection by Jesus Christ. This same victorious Christ who single handedly defeated the devil lives in us in the person of the Holy Spirit!

We must approach spiritual warfare from a place of already obtained victory (by Jesus) instead of us trying to get the victory!

In Matthew 16:13-18, Jesus said to the degree that you have a clear revelation of Who God is, your life will be built in God and the gates of hell will not prevail against you.

The subject of human suffering is probably one of the greatest stumbling blocks or obstacles to a clear revelation of God. The issues of human suffering do more to shape the theological perspective of God that most people have of Him.

Christians are also faced with some of these same questions: who is behind the suffering, is it my sin, the devil or is it God? The unbeliever looks at these things and says there is no God, and the believer looks and says, “why?” and “how do I properly relate to and handle these things?”

In this series, we will take a look at the Book of Job because it is the most concentrated case in the Bible on human suffering. James 5:10-11 tell us to be inspired by Job’s patience, perseverance, and endurance, and the mercy and grace of the Lord that brought great deliverance. If you find yourself in a time of suffering, just know that if you will remain consistent and persevere, God will bring you out with a great deliverance just like He did Job.

In this message, we see what happens when people try and interpret God by looking at their circumstances and not His Word. This always leads to a multitude of problems.

In this series, we are dealing with the subject of spiritual warfare and bringing correct, biblical teaching to this often-misunderstood subject. We do have an adversary that is bent on our destruction but we must always remember that the real battle with Satan was won at the Cross and the resurrection by Jesus Christ. This same victorious Christ who single handedly defeated the devil lives in us in the person of the Holy Spirit!

We must approach spiritual warfare from a place of already obtained victory (by Jesus) instead of us trying to get the victory!

In Matthew 16:13-18, Jesus said to the degree that you have a clear revelation of Who God is, your life will be built in God and the gates of hell will not prevail against you.

The subject of human suffering is probably one of the greatest stumbling blocks or obstacles to a clear revelation of God. The issues of human suffering do more to shape the theological perspective of God that most people have of Him.

Christians are also faced with some of these same questions: who is behind the suffering, is it my sin, the devil or is it God? The unbeliever looks at these things and says there is no God, and the believer looks and says, “why?” and “how do I properly relate to and handle these things?”

In this series, we will take a look at the Book of Job because it is the most concentrated case in the Bible on human suffering. James 5:10-11 tell us to be inspired by Job’s patience, perseverance, and endurance, and the mercy and grace of the Lord that brought great deliverance. If you find yourself in a time of suffering, just know that if you will remain consistent and persevere, God will bring you out with a great deliverance just like He did Job.

In this message, we look at Paul's Thorn in the Flesh and see what the Bible says it is and what God told Paul was the way to respond to it.

In this series, we are dealing with the subject of spiritual warfare and bringing correct, biblical teaching to this often-misunderstood subject. We do have an adversary that is bent on our destruction but we must always remember that the real battle with Satan was won at the Cross and the resurrection by Jesus Christ. This same victorious Christ who single handedly defeated the devil lives in us in the person of the Holy Spirit!

We must approach spiritual warfare from a place of already obtained victory (by Jesus) instead of us trying to get the victory!

In Matthew 16:13-18, Jesus said to the degree that you have a clear revelation of Who God is, your life will be built in God and the gates of hell will not prevail against you.

The subject of human suffering is probably one of the greatest stumbling blocks or obstacles to a clear revelation of God. The issues of human suffering do more to shape the theological perspective of God that most people have of Him.

Christians are also faced with some of these same questions: who is behind the suffering, is it my sin, the devil or is it God? The unbeliever looks at these things and says there is no God, and the believer looks and says, “why?” and “how do I properly relate to and handle these things?”

In this series, we will take a look at the Book of Job because it is the most concentrated case in the Bible on human suffering. James 5:10-11 tell us to be inspired by Job’s patience, perseverance, and endurance, and the mercy and grace of the Lord that brought great deliverance. If you find yourself in a time of suffering, just know that if you will remain consistent and persevere, God will bring you out with a great deliverance just like He did Job.

1 Corinthians 12:1 in the Bible in Basic English Translation says, "But about the things of the Spirit, my brothers, it is not right for you to be without teaching."

God desires to use every believer in a mighty way through the power of the Holy Spirit and simply put, you cannot flow in something you don't know. To that end, we endeavor to take time every year to teach on the ministry of the Holy Spirit in and through the life of the believer. 

This series of lessons is from our Wednesday Evening Bible Study on Zoom.

In Matthew 16:13-18, Jesus said to the degree that you have a clear revelation of Who God is, your life will be built in God and the gates of hell will not prevail against you.

The subject of human suffering is probably one of the greatest stumbling blocks or obstacles to a clear revelation of God. The issues of human suffering do more to shape the theological perspective of God that most people have of Him.

Christians are also faced with some of these same questions: who is behind the suffering, is it my sin, the devil or is it God? The unbeliever looks at these things and says there is no God, and the believer looks and says, “why?” and “how do I properly relate to and handle these things?”

In this series, we will take a look at the Book of Job because it is the most concentrated case in the Bible on human suffering. James 5:10-11 tell us to be inspired by Job’s patience, perseverance, and endurance, and the mercy and grace of the Lord that brought great deliverance. If you find yourself in a time of suffering, just know that if you will remain consistent and persevere, God will bring you out with a great deliverance just like He did Job.

1 Corinthians 12:1 in the Bible in Basic English Translation says, "But about the things of the Spirit, my brothers, it is not right for you to be without teaching."

God desires to use every believer in a mighty way through the power of the Holy Spirit and simply put, you cannot flow in something you don't know. To that end, we endeavor to take time every year to teach on the ministry of the Holy Spirit in and through the life of the believer. 

This series of lessons is from our Wednesday Evening Bible Study on Zoom.

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