Chaz Estes • The Family Place • Sermon • • 39 views • 1:00:04
WHAT ARE WE AFRAID OF? We cannot be afraid of our Calling. We cannot be afraid of the Journey. We cannot be afraid of the Finish. We don't have to be afraid of the Enemy.
Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Warrior Battle Resist Soldier Fight 1fight \ˈfīt\ verb 1 a: to contend in battle or physical combat especially : to strive to overcome a person by blows or weapons 2fight noun 1 a: a hostile encounter : battle, combat Do you have Fight in you? Should you have Fight in…
Sam Burchard • Dry Creek Bible Church • Sermon • • 16 views • 33:21
The controversial and deadly important issue of confronting the enemy instead of turning a blind eye in the issue of spiritual warfare.
29 “And now I have told you before it comes, that when it does come to pass, you may believe. 30 I will no longer talk much with you, for the ruler of this world is coming, and he has nothing in Me. 31 But that the world may know that I love the Father, and as the Father gave Me commandment, so I do.…
In Acts 12:1-25, Luke—the author of Acts—shares an important story about a prideful king, a sleeping preacher, and a praying church. Three incredible lessons emerge as we examine this passage: first, God expects His people to look to Him for help in difficult times. We see the church (once again in Acts) praying, instead of pouting, as trouble comes upon them. Secondly, God sustains His people with peace in the midst of trials. Peter—now for the third time in Acts—is in prison...and he’s sleeping! Only a heart resting in God’s grace and sovereignty can catch some “z’s” behind bars. Finally, God will humble man’s foolish pride and cause His word to go to the nations. King Herod is humbled (and eaten by worms) for his boasting and arrogance. God’s word steams on ahead as we’re now poised for Paul’s missionary journeys from Antioch.