by Carter Conlon
Fear robs the heart of the courage we have in Christ. God has not given you a spirit of fear rather He has given you His love and placed inside of you the power to do something to bring glory to His name.
We are empowered by the Spirit of God, secure in His love and made free to love one another and our enemies.
We all have times and seasons when fear is overwhelming. This is not about a season, the fear of the Lord, or common sense fear this is a fear that dictates how you live. Fear and anger will cripple, destroy, and alter life when it has a grip on our emotions. This kind of fear is not from God (2 Timothy 1:7). Living life dominated by fear is not… read more
Revelation 17:11 The beast that was, and now is not, is himself an eighth king. He belongs to the other seven and is going into destruction. 12 The ten horns you saw are ten kings who have not yet received a kingdom, but will receive one hour of authority as kings, along with the beast. 13 These kings have one purpose: to yield their power and authority to the beast.
During the tribulation there will be three players in control. This chapter among others describes who they are and what they control. 1. The Dragon – devil 2. Beast from Sea – Antichrist 3. Beast from Land – False Prophet There is the dragon. That is the Devil. He will give his authority and power to the Antichrist and the False Prophet. There is… read more
This sermon is a prayer over your nation and how we walk in the Presence of God. We hope you are heeding to the warning and praying for your nation.
Consequences of Disobedience
….Deuteronomy 28:27 “ The LORD will smite you with the boils of Egypt and with tumors and with the scab and with the itch, from which you cannot be healed. 28 “ The LORD will smite you with madness and with blindness and with bewilderment of heart; 29 and you will grope at noon, as the blind man gropes in darkness, and you will not prosper in your ways; but you shall only be oppressed and robbed continually, with none to save you. 30 “ You shall betroth a wife, but another man will violate her; you shall build a house, but you will not live in it; you shall plant a vineyard, but you will not use its fruit. 31 “ Your ox shall be slaughtered before your eyes, but you will not eat of it; your donkey shall be torn away from you, and will not be restored to you; your sheep shall be given to your enemies, and you will have none to save you….. read more
by John MacArthur – Grace To You
We’ve been talking about the spiritual battle and the spiritual struggle that we as believers engage in. We have looked fairly closely at Romans 7. We now understand who we are in Christ. The essential new nature, the new creature that we are. We know we have a struggle with sin. And we clarified, I trust, so that you understand and that you have the joy of the realization that the truest and purest expression of who you are is that longing and that love for righteousness and for our Lord.
Now, the battle does rage and I would be unfaithful to you if I didn’t give you some insight into how to gain victory in that day-to-day struggle. And we want to talk about that tonight. We’re gonna talk about tonight maybe the negative side, how to sort of overpower sin and next Sunday night we’re gonna make a bit of a more positive statement along that line as well.
But to begin with, I want to borrow from the Old Testament a story that will serve for us as an illustration. It is purely an illustration. It’s an analogy. I don’t normally use Old Testament stories in this fashion. But I think it’s so memorable that it works. And I remember when I was writing the book The Vanishing Conscience, that this struck me and became a part of a chapter in that book… read and listen
Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. Learn more about the Armour of God
What Does The Word Christian Mean We will begin with what the word Christian means. It is important to understand the meaning behind this word, because there are many who profess to be a Christian but have no understanding of what they are saying… read more
2 Timothy 4:3 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;
Revelation 3:16 So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.
Leviticus 20:26 And ye shall be holy unto me: for I the LORD am holy, and have severed you from other people, that ye should be mine.
1 Peter 1:16 Because it is written, Be ye holy; for I am holy.
HEAR THE WORD OF GOD THROUGH PASTORS
As the world becomes lawless it is important to stay in the word of God and learn of Him. We have chosen pastors we trust and speak the Truth pertaining to the Word of God. Beware who you listen to! We hope you enjoy this page as much as we do. New sermons are provided daily.
Did you know there is a spiritual drought? One drought pertains to land, but the one we are speaking about is in your spirit. The spiritual drought is to be deficient in the Word of God. Where in the bible does it talk about Spiritual Drought… read and listen to sermons we trust
Biblical repentance is a change of mind and heart about sin. It’s a change of mind about who Jesus Christ is and what He has done for you and it leads to a turning away from sin. Is repentance a work? No, does
repentance save you? No, but you can’t place your faith in Christ for salvation without first having a change of mind. We must be extremely careful that we never understand repentance as a work.
We are saved by faith in Christ alone, apart from our works. It is God who grants us repentance. You can’t come to the Lord unless He brings you to Himself.
Repentance is the result of true salvation in Christ. True faith will make you new. God commands all men to repent and believe the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Genuine repentance will lead to a different relationship and attitude towards sin. False repentance never leads to a turning away from sin…. read more
Francis Chan talks about Greater Than. Greater than what? Watch to learn more.
A short commentary on the coming Feast of Trumpets known to the Jews as Rosh Hashana.
Rosh Hashana means “The head of the year” – namely the beginning of the year. It’s the Jewish New Year. Yet Biblically the feast that we are told to be celebrating has absolutely nothing to do with the beginning of the year as it was the first day of the seventh month.
“…Then the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to the children of Israel, saying: ‘In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall have a Sabbath-rest, a memorial of blowing of trumpets, a holy convocation. You shall do no customary work on it; and you shall offer an offering made by fire to the Lord…’” (Leviticus 23:23-25)
The calendar God intended Israel to follow had Passover as the first feast on the fourteenth day of the first month. In fact, no holiday was prescribed for the head of the year at all…. read more