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The Sudden Movement of God; part II, Mark 1:4-5

Last week we focused on the first of three elements we see in the Sudden Movement of God: I. Spirit anointed Message. This week we looked at two more: II. God makes the place special. God calls His people to places where the focus is on Him. The crowds from the region of Judea flocked by the thousands to hear John the Baptist's message: "The Messiah is right around the...

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How Decisional Regeneration Has Helped Fuel the Gay Movement (and other sinful practices): A Cry for Awakening.

This is not an article addressed to those who are living the homosexual lifestyle. Yet, all interested in this topic, Christian or non-believer, may find it relevant to them as it touches on issues that are being intensely debated in our day. Two other thing needs to be said that may be seen as token words by some and insincere platitudes by others. I assure you, they are...

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The Sudden Movement of God

The Sudden Movement of God, Part 1; Mark 1:4 In Malachi four we have the last words of an inspired prophetic voice during the Old Testament era. In verses five and six the prediction is made that Elijah will come before the day of the Lord. There is a bit about Elijah's ministry and then the prophetic mouth is closed. For over four hundred years there would not be a proph...

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Preparing the way for the Lord (prayer, study, and discussion guide)

Mark 1:1-3...

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The Disciple and Darkness

Material from the sermon on the texts: Isaiah 8:16-22, 9:1-2....

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A word about our next sermon series and the thinking behind our weekly flow.

Upon praying and contemplating about which book of the Bible our church should begin to journey through, it seems that going through the Gospel of Mark is where we should turn our attention to next. You may want to begin this series by reading through, meditating upon, and praying over this Gospel. We have begun this study by first turning to Isaiah in order to lay the fou...

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Prayer Tonight!

We are in a desperate need for revival and awakening and these are only going to come through prayer and the faithful unfolding of God's Word in preaching. The church is becoming increasingly seen as irrelevant and unnecessary. Gimmicks, clever entertainment, novel promotions, and constantly berating ourselves, wondering how we can get the world to accept us have never and...

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The Eternal God; The God Who has Spoken

God has spoken and He has done so clearly. One of the things that people will say when it comes to the Bible is that the Bible is unclear and this is the reason that there are so many different interpretations and denominations. These people would say that the Bible, while maybe a good book, is very mysterious and murky. Because the Bible itself is foggy, it then allows fo...

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The Etenal God, part VII (section 3 of 3). The God who is present with us.

There is also a desperate need to see the Holy Spirit's power at work in the corporate life of the church with genuine manifestations of gifts and power. Paul says in the passage in I Thessalonians that his message did not just come in Word. It is possible to have messages that only come in Word, but come devoid of power and are not accompanied by the move of the Spirit. T...

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The Eternal God, part VII (part 2 of 3); the God Who is Present With Us.

How can one know that he has truly been given the gift of faith? There are definitely different indicators that prove someone's faith is genuine. I Thessalonians 1: 45 really gives clear marks by which we can measure the validity of our faith. It says the following: "For we know, brothers loved by God, that he has chosen you, because our gospel came to you not only in word...

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