“All or Nothing” ( 2 Kings 6:24-7:16 ) I. The Fatality of Foreboding Fear ( 2 Kings 6:24-7:2 ) II. The Logic of The Lepers ( 2 Kings 7:3-4 ) III. Finding Fun in Doing What is Right ( 2 Kings 7:5-16 )
I. Prayer a Rebellion Against the Status Quo ( Lk 18:1-8 ) II. Fasting Intensifies that Rebellion ( Mk 9:17-18 , 26-29 ; Mt 17:21 ) III. A Quickening in the Spirit Realm ( Dan 9:3-4 , 21-23 ; 10:10-14 ) Results of Fasting and Prayer Angels released Demon’s Cast Out
That You May Believe: A Chronicling of the Life of Christ
Pastor Mauldin relates one man's experience of desperation with the need of all mankind while appealing to the church to continue in both compassion for the lost and believing in the keeping joy of our testimonies.
Youth testify about their experiences at the E2E Boot Camp, followed by a video (audio only here, video available at enlistedtoendure.org) and a mshort message by Pastor M. Mauldin
“Upon Hearing the Avalanche of Mercy” I. The Necessity of the Scarlet Letter ( Jn 8:3-6 ) II. Have You Considered The Burden of Bearing Stones? ( Jn 8:7-9 ) III. What Will We Build With The Stones That Have Fallen? ( Jn 8:10-11 )
Jesus' determination to enter Jerusalem at time of the Feast of Tabernacles is met with quite a stir. Almost everyone in Jerusalem appears to be having a discussion about Him and He appears to be aware of it. From this passage, Pastor Mauldin explains the reason many who hear and see the same things about Jesus will make different determinations about Him. Jesus gives an invitation to believe upon Him but two secrets are contained within the text that enable us to do so.