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First Principle Sunday BaptismThere are so many things going on in the world today that many wonder if we should take the time and discuss something like baptism. Anything that falls into the realm of salvation is worthy of our time and our attention.
This lesson attempts to answer three questions: 1) Is Baptism Worthy Talking About? 2) What Makes Baptism Worth Talking About? Is Baptism Necessary for Salvation?
Please note that the above questions come from Jim McGuiggan and his book "A Baptism Worth Talking About"
Strongholds ConflictWe have all been in place when unexpected conflict, unfair criticism, or something else that was unjust. What do we do? How do we respond? The Apostle Paul speaks to attitude as the beginning of the answer.
Strongholds False GuiltGod endowed all men with a conscience. Something to keep us in check and to move us when we do wrong; movement to repentance and salvation. However, the enemy comes in and corrupts what God calls good and turns godly guilt into a worldly guilt; a worldly sorrow that imprisons so many. What can we do to break free and not become trapped by false guilt?
Easter 2016 He Still Moves StonesMany people woke up this morning with stones blocking their path to God and peace. The Resurrection of Jesus reminds of the power of God and the power that raised Jesus from the grave!
Strongholds: ReconciliationThe goal of forgiveness is to lead two parties to be reconciled. However, due to their internal struggles, the Corinthian church is failing to obtain that goal. To provide an answer for this issue, the Apostle Paul takes the Corinthians back to the Cross.
Strongholds: ForgivenessThe Devil seeks to build strongholds in our hearts and minds that leads to slavery and loss of life. The Scripture tells us that we have the weapons to destroy those strongholds.
Jesus and MelchizedkThe Hebrew writer uses this section to go further into the High Priesthood of Jesus. This High Priesthood is modeled after Melchizedek and using the events Genesis 17, the Hebrew writer proves the superiority of Jesus as High Priest.