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The Greatness of God from the Psalms
Sun, Dec 02, 2012
Great is the LORD (Psalm 145:1-7) The Greatness of God - Lessons from the Psalms I. Praising God from a sincere Heart II. Praise - “shout for joy” - an emotional reaction to the truth of God III. Psalm 145 - Great is the Lord - praise Him! IV. Learn to praise God from David V. Questions: VI. Psalm 145 - “A Song of Praise” VII. Profound reason to exalt God v3 VIII. Great is the Lord & Worthy of Everlasting Praise IX. Great in Power vv 4-7
The Greatness of God from the Psalms
Sun, Nov 25, 2012
The Greatness of God from the Psalms What is your perception of God? “Whatever fills our mind when we think about God is the most important thing about us” AW Tozer “There is not a single counseling problem which does not find its roots in a wrong view of God” Carey Hardy
Colossians - The Gospel Applied
Sun, Nov 18, 2012
Christ in Ministry (Col 4:7-18) Christian Ministry is Team Ministry. I. The Diligent Deacon. II. The Growing New Convert. III. The Encouraging Comforters. IV. The Faithful Shepherd. V. The Different Friends. VI. The Hospitable Host. VII. The Maturing man of God.
Colossians - The Gospel Applied
Sun, Nov 11, 2012
Christ and your Witness, Part 4 (Col 4:6) Talk the Talk I. In your conversations with outsiders let your your words be attractive words. a. Attractive words are: 1. Gracious Words 2. Wise Words 3. Appropriate Words
Colossians - The Gospel Applied
Sun, Nov 04, 2012
Christ and your Witness, Part 3 (Col 4:5) Walk the Walk I. Be mindful of outsiders II. Be walking in wisdom
Other Sermons
Sun, Oct 28, 2012
Shepherd the Flock of God (1 Peter 5:1-7) I. Shepherds a. Exhortation b. Shepherd the flock i. Feeding ii. Leading iii. Anticipating II. Saints a. Subject yourself b. Humble yourself i. Exaltation ii. Expectation
Colossians - The Gospel Applied
Sun, Oct 21, 2012
Christ and your Witness, Part II (Col 4:3-6) I. Introduction - Chinese Whispers II. Recap III. New Passion for the Proclamation of the Gospel leads to a new New Prayer a. Asks for an Open Door b. Dsire to Declare the mystery of Christ IV. New passion for the Purity of the Gospel a. Two options to the Gospel i. Rejection ii. Submission b. It is God’s Message 2 Cor 4: 1-6 i. No deception. ii. No distortion iii. No delusion iv. But – slavishly v. Openly vi. Trustingly c. It is God’s Means to Salvation Rom 1:16; i. Defending the clarity of the Gospel Gal1: 6-9 ii. Denouncing the destorters of the Gospel Deut 4:2; Prov 30:5-6; Rev 22:18 d. Clarity as we ought to i. Our responsibility ii. Our obligation V. Conclusion
Colossians - The Gospel Applied
Sun, Oct 14, 2012
Christ and Your Witness, Part I (Col 4:3-6) New Passion, New Walk , New Talk I. Review of Colossians II. Introduction III. New Passion for the proclamtion of the Gospel a. What do you Communicate? b. New Passion leads to a New Prayer i. Open Door 1. God ordained 2. Not human manufactured c. What is Your Passion? Where is your Passion? i. Repent of your lack of passion ii. Pray for a renewed passion
Colossians - The Gospel Applied
Sun, Oct 07, 2012
Christ and your Prayers, Part III (Col 4:2) Being watchful in it with thanksgiving I. Review II. Watchful Prayer a. Be awake b. Be Alert i. Informed Prayers 1. Personal prayers 2. Purposeful Prayers 3. Powerful Prayers c. Watchful prayer against i. Temptation ii. Falsehood iii. Schemes of Satan iv. Spiritual slackness v. Complacency vi. Christ’s imminent return III. Thankful Prayer a. For Saving Grace in your life b. For Saving Grace in others lives c. For being part of God’s family
Colossians - The Gospel Applied
Sun, Sep 30, 2012
Christ and your Prayers Part II (Col 4:2) Continue Steadfastly in prayer 1. Review 2.Reasons to Persevere in Prayer a. Follow Jesus’ example b. Overcome Spiritual opposition c. For it is God’s means to receive i. Grace & Mercy ii. Mindblowing peace iii. Forgiveness iv. Many things v. The Rule of the Kingdom d. God’s promises to answer prayers e. God’s conditions for answering prayers 3. Why should we persevere in prayer a. Persistent prayer changes us b. Persistent prayer empowers our work
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