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Paul finds himself having to defend his stewardship of the gospel to makes his point as to why the Corinthians ought to take heed to what he’s saying… and throughout this chapter we come to understand the role of apostolic...
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Paul continues to address issues of spiritual immaturity and his desire for them to move on from the basic principles of the faith. Let’s talk about spiritual maturity!...
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Sanctification is a practical part of the genuine Christian life, and it was never meant to be rocket science. In this lesson, we continue our journey into paul’s ‘first’ letter to the Corinthians and what it means for us in...
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In 1 Corinthians, Paul clarifies practical issues related to genuine sanctification, and in this day of commercialized religion, much of sanctification has been relegated to a mere mystical experience with no practical application. Let’s talk!...
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It often happens that we begin with right motives, or we’re right about something, but then our pursuit of what’s right gets sidetracked by anger, pride, presumption and so many other things. In This chapter of Judges we can see...
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Very often the loyalties we have come into conflict with what is right in God’s sight. In the previous chapter, a horrific sex crime was committed, and now the entire tribe of Bejamin rises up to defend those who committed it....
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So, the Pope has said that Jesus Christ failed at the cross. Let that sink in for a moment. Then remember that the Roman Catholic Church teaches that: 1. The Pope is infallible 2. The Pope is the incarnation of...
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Sometimes the most dangerous place to be is among those who claim to be God’s people but are as far from Him as anyone outside of ‘church.’ In this chapter we see just how far one tribe had fallen from...
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continue with the story of Micah and his self-made religion in this chapter where its consequences became evident… and they were NOT good! What can we learn from this account about why it’s important to worship God HIS way?...
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One of the problems Israel had during the time of the judges was that they would pursue religion THEIR way and not God’s way, and the truth is that we tend to do the same thing now. Let’s talk about...
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Let’s face it. Samson made bad decisions, and God used him in spite of his bad judgment and lack of reverence for what God had given him. Similarly, many of us are stuck on stupid in a lot of ways,...
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Recently TD Jakes, in an interview with Huffington Post, said that his position on the LGBT movement and its place in the church ‘has evolved, and is evolving.’ He went on to say that the church needs to shift toward...
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A reminder to all true believers that your prayers have not been in vain… God hears the prayers of the righteous, so we should remember that it’s never a matter of IF He will answer, but WHEN!...
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Do you have a real vision from God, or are you chasing a vain ambition? Let’s use the Bible in Judges 9 to put that to the test....
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Sometimes we get so wrapped up in a victory that we forget to move on to the responsibilities implied by it. What can we learn from the aftermath of Gideon’s victory that can be applied to today’s church? Let’s see...
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So many people today believe that we should do whatever it takes to engage people, even if it means not preaching the gospel itself. One preacher even went so far as to say we need to stop talking about Jesus!...
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No matter which way you slice it, Jesus Christ only ever defined marriage as being the union of male and female, as God made it in the very beginning of mankind. America has come to this point not simply because...
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This is the recording of our LIVE discipleship training which occurs every Thursday. As part of our series on the Book of Judges, we take a close look at Judges Chapter 3 to gain an understanding of the reasons why...
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What spiritual legacy will you leave behind when you’re gone?...
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In recent years, some ministry leaders have begun to teach that the church should look to occultism and new age movements as a source of hidden truth, or as ‘signposts’ to direct us in our spiritual growth. To anyone with...
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So often I hear people say things like ‘we’re under grace, not law,’ and usually this is when they’re excusing behavior they know to be wrong. Part of the problem is that many of us just don’t know what grace really is,...
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Is it possible for God to be fed up with someone? Ask Judas, or ‘that woman Jezebel’ in Revelation 2:20....
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A lot of people now teach that you can prophesy whenever you feel like it, but what does the Bible say about prophesying? What does 1 Cor. 14:31 really mean? Ít says, “For you can all prophesy one by one,...
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Prophetic accuracy isn’t rocket science, and contrary to what’s commonly taught today, 100% accuracy is not just possible, but it ought to be the norm. How then, can we ensure that we hear clearly from God so that we always...
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Someone asked me recently about the difference between the prophet and the gift of prophecy, so I put together this little video. Both receive revelation from God, but the Bible clearly shows us that there are some notable differences between...
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These days a lot of prophets have been busy in social media and elsewhere, telling folks that they have the authority to speak int someone’s life, and that God will make their word come to pass. Usually this belief comes...
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So often many of us want to prophesy, but don’t understand that God reveals his secrets according to specific criteria, including but not limited to: 1. Those who need to Know 2. Those who serve Him 3. Those who can be trusted...
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Someone had responded to my previous video by saying ‘W’re under grace, not law.’ Let’s explore that idea in comparison to what Jesus said, since he’s the TESTATOR of the New Testament of grace, and knows more about it than...
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I know a lot of preachers today will use the word ‘religious’ like it’s a cussword, but what Jesus had to say about being religious may surprise you....
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