Apr 5, 2015
Faith that Knows (Easter Sunday)
Series: FAITH
Hebrews 11:1-3
 
I. What is faith?
     a. Webster's- unquestioning belief that does not require proof.
     b. Being sure of what we hope for.
     c. Certain of what we do not see.
     d. Only as good as what it is placed in.
 
II.  Why is faith important?
     a. We are saved by faith.
     b. We live by faith.
     c. We receive righteousness by faith.
     d. We are justified by faith.
 
III. How does faith affect our lives?
     a. It's how we trust in who Jesus was.
     b. It's how we trust in what Jesus did.
     c. It's how we trust in the resurrection
     d. It's how we live for Jesus Christ.
 
IV. Challenge
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  • Apr 5, 2015Faith that Knows (Easter Sunday)
    Apr 5, 2015
    Faith that Knows (Easter Sunday)
    Series: FAITH
    Hebrews 11:1-3
     
    I. What is faith?
         a. Webster's- unquestioning belief that does not require proof.
         b. Being sure of what we hope for.
         c. Certain of what we do not see.
         d. Only as good as what it is placed in.
     
    II.  Why is faith important?
         a. We are saved by faith.
         b. We live by faith.
         c. We receive righteousness by faith.
         d. We are justified by faith.
     
    III. How does faith affect our lives?
         a. It's how we trust in who Jesus was.
         b. It's how we trust in what Jesus did.
         c. It's how we trust in the resurrection
         d. It's how we live for Jesus Christ.
     
    IV. Challenge
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    I. Jesus is into details.
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    IV. Loosening your burden requires obedience to His request.
    V. Jesus is the Answer. He is the Provider of Peace and worthy to be praised.
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         B. Fervently because fervent prayers of the righteous are powerful.
         C. Submissively because God understands the total situation.
     
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         B. The heart of the problem is the problem of the heart.
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    Matthew 7:7-11, Mark 11:22-24
     
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         2. Fear- we don't pray in the right way
         3. We feel we have more important things to do
     
    II.  Three Levels of Prayer
         1. Asking: What beggars do
         2. Seeking: A desire for something of great value
         3. Knocking: To stand at a door repeatedly tapping on it
     
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    2 Thessalonians 2:13-17, Colossians 1:9-14
     
    I.  A prayer we need to pray
         1. Stand firm
         2. Hold on
         3. Be encouraged
         4. Be strengthened
     
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         3. Walking worthy and pleasing
         4. Strengthened for endurance and patience
     
    III.  Challenge
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    IV. Challenge
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    Mark 9:1-29
     
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    Ephesians 6:1-4
     
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    I Corinthians 13:4-7
     
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