Nov 8, 2015
In Remembrance of Jesus Christ
Series: general
1 Corinthians 11:23-32
 
I. Time of Commemoration
 
II. Time of Celebration
 
III. Time of Contemplation
 
IV. Challenge 
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  • Nov 8, 2015In Remembrance of Jesus Christ
    Nov 8, 2015
    In Remembrance of Jesus Christ
    Series: general
    1 Corinthians 11:23-32
     
    I. Time of Commemoration
     
    II. Time of Celebration
     
    III. Time of Contemplation
     
    IV. Challenge 
  • Nov 1, 2015Victory Over Your Ai
    Nov 1, 2015
    Victory Over Your Ai
    Joshua 8:1-35
     
    I. Victory is promised
     
    II. Victory is pursued
     
    III. Victory is preserved
     
    IV. Challenge
  • Oct 25, 2015It’s About to Get Real
    Oct 25, 2015
    It’s About to Get Real
    Series: general
    2 Timothy 3:10-17
     
    I.  Live by example (v. 10)
     
    II. Anticipate persecution (v. 11-13)
     
    III.  Be thoroughly equipped (v. 14-17)
     
  • Oct 18, 2015Sin in the Camp
    Oct 18, 2015
    Sin in the Camp
    Joshua 7:1-27
     
    I. The curse

    II. The cause

    III. The cure

    IV. Challenge

  • Oct 11, 2015The Walls Come Tumbling Down
    Oct 11, 2015
    The Walls Come Tumbling Down
    Joshua 6:1-27
     
    I. God's way is different than man's way.
     
    II. God's power is supernatural, beyond our understanding.
     
    III. God's grace, our faith, our obedience in Him leads to His action.
     
    IV. God the True Power Source.
     
    V. Challenge
  • Oct 4, 2015Getting Past the Jordan
    Oct 4, 2015
    Getting Past the Jordan
    Joshua 3:1-17, 4:9, 20
     

    I. Claiming Canaan involves a challenge.

    II. Claiming Canaan involves faith.

    III. Claiming Canaan involves a testimony.

    IV. Your next steps.

  • Sep 27, 2015Get Ready to Move
    Sep 27, 2015
    Get Ready to Move
    Series: general
    Joshua 1:1-11
     
    1.) You must understand the plan. (v. 1-4)
    After Moses died, the plan did not change. Following their departure from Egypt, there were times when Israel attempted their own plans, but God’s plan remained in His will for His people.
     
    What does it take to understand the plan?
    Listen to the Coach. Remember the plays. Put in enough practice so you can execute the plan.

    2.) You must be strong and courageous; understanding His power. (v. 5-6)
    God always supplies the power to pursue His plans! He will not allow fear and doubt to halt His plan.


    3.) You must walk in a manner worthy of His calling. (v. 7-8a)
    You must understand His goal.
    God will perform and see to completion that which He has promised.


    Our great Commander organizes every campaign and prepares His officers to achieve the goal. What is done in the will of God will have the blessing of God!

    4.) The promised result comes from our compliance. (v. 8b-11)
    You will either move forward toward the place where God want you be or you will bicker and complain in trying to stay where you are at.
    (*People of Israel wanted to stone their leader and turn back when it got tough.)

    What is the Lord leading you toward in your personal walk? Are you complying with His request?
     
     
  • Sep 20, 2015Wrestling with God
    Sep 20, 2015
    Wrestling with God
    Series: general
    Genesis 32:22-32
     
    I. Get alone with God.
     
    II. Get real with God.
     
    III. Get ready to be changed by God
     
    IV. Challenge
  • Sep 6, 2015The Christian and His/Her Prayer Life
    Sep 6, 2015
    The Christian and His/Her Prayer Life
    Series: general
    Colossians 4:2-6
     
    I. Persistence in our prayers.
     
    II. Passion in our prayers.
     
    III. Thankfulness in our prayers.
     
    IV. Making intercession in our prayers.
     
    V. Challenge
  • Aug 30, 2015Get the “Hell” Out of Here
    Aug 30, 2015
    Get the “Hell” Out of Here
    Series: general
    1 Corinthians 15:29-34, 51-58
     
    I. Steadfast- unwavering, firm in purpose. To not turn aside from the faith of the resurrection of yourself.
    a.) Be steadfast because of the suddenness of Christ return.
    b.) Be steadfast because of the selectiveness of Christ return.
    c.) Be steadfast because of the sadness of Christ return for those who reject Him.

     

    II. Immovable- incapable of being moved, secure, stable. Not turned aside by others.

    - Colossians 1:23, Romans 13:1
     

    III. Always abounding in the work of the Lord- (abound)* to be filled, plentiful, to be prevalent. Promoting the Kingdom of God.

    - Galatians 2:20, Philippians 3:21, 1 Thessalonians 4:15-17