In John 13:34 Jesus gives the New Commandment of the New Testament. Namely, we are to Love. Is there an order to Love? To whom does God's love first flow? How do we get a hold of God's Love? This series will explore these questions and give some insight into how to live and overflow in the love of God!
The Christian life is fundamentally a relationship with the Lord Jesus by the Holy Spirit. Praise is a foundational truth that keeps you centered on your relationship with Him. It keeps us from turning principles into methods and focuses our faith on Him rather than ourselves. Out of a vibrant relationship with Him, learn how praise affects the believer, the Devil and even God himself!
The believer in Jesus has been given incredible authority to be an agent of the kingdom of God here on this earth. The good news is God has ordained that we take this authority and be an active partner in bringing his plans and purposes to pass. Learn what authority is, what it will do and how to receive and walk in this authority. Become the active partner that God has ordained you to be!
To many, words have significance but not the significance that God places upon words. God has committed the power of Death and Life to words (Prov 18:21). We have been created with a desire to reign in life (Rom 5:17). This series will examine the role of words in bringing about God's desire for our lives.
The life of the believer can be both fun and challenging. Where we focus is critical to the results we receive. It is very frustrating for the believer who spends their life constantly trying to get something from God. This series shows that Jesus has already provided what we need and how to receive and walk in what already belongs to us.
The Rest of God is one of the main themes of the New Testament. Rephidim in Exodus 17 means to rest or resting places. This was the first major attack by the enemy to try and stop or steal Israel's Rest. Learn how to walk in and how the Rest of God affects the entire life of the believer!
For many, the Cross brings a general picture of Jesus' death. What happened on the Cross? Who was this Jesus? Why was his death unique? Over time, many good men and women have died for their cause. Why is Jesus' Death any different? Explore what happened on the Cross and find out how this practically affects your life and your words!
Water Baptism was commonly understood and practiced by the early Church. A New life in Christ, a changed nature, is released when a person is born again. Water Baptism is a public expression of this changed nature. When done in faith, it begins the release of this new nature. Listen and find out how!
Communion is a precious gift instituted by the Lord Jesus shortly before his death. Teaching over the ages has left some believers fearful that they may be partaking of Communion "unworthily." Others, participate in Communion faithfully but have forgotten "why" they do this. Get your questions answered. Communion was meant to remember the Lord's death and to experience His Grace and power as you remember!
Are you Righteous? If so, what does this mean? Rom 5:17 relates reigning in life to Righteousness. Discover how this powerful gift of Righteousness and Grace will increase your boldness and empower you to reign in this life!
Would you like to communicate with God? God created you to hear Him. In these messages learn how God interacts with you through your thoughts, your spirit man and by you recognizing His character. This series will explore all the wonderful and diverse ways God can speak to you and it teaches you to know the real from the false.
The New Testament was written by people who spoke in tongues (1 Cor 14:18). Tongues was meant by God to fulfill a vital role in the life of the believer. Yet, for many, "tongues" is viewed with misunderstanding and mistrust because of the way it has been applied. If you are a Pastor or leader with concerns, I recommend that you go to the last message (The Etiquette of Tongues) first. This series deals with the proper use of tongues and all the ways we are blessed through this great gift.