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Sermons on I Thessalonians

Citizens of Heaven – Part 2

Citizens of Heaven – Part II  –  This section is Paul’s final thoughts for helping the Philippian Church focus on the most important areas of their faith. I can think of many other important concepts that Paul could have chosen to mention. However, he was inspired by the Holy Spirit to leave the Church with…

Following Others as They Follow Christ

Following Others as They Follow Christ   –  The Bible tells us to pattern our lives after other’s. God surrounds us with the family of God so that we can learn from each other, grow together, and become examples to one another. This concept is called discipleship. He gives us fathers in the Lord to exemplify…

God’s Design for Holiness

God’s Design for Holiness — This sermon discusses how we draw closer to God through repentance. Are you tired from a season of spiritual drought and famine? Have you recently told Jesus that He can have every part of you, including your secrets, insecurities, habits, and deepest fears? God is a God of resurrection power. He…

What Are You Running From?

What Are You Running From? – God refines what is precious to Him. You are precious to Him. We naturally run from the things that stretch us and make us uncomfortable or vulnerable. God uses these things to refine us. Sometimes we run from God because we know He will not refine us in a…

Gifts of the Spirit: Cultivating the Ecosystem

Cultivating the Ecosystem — The church as a whole needs to increase its effort to cultivate a CULTURE or ECOSYSTEM of the gifts of the Spirit intentionally and with personal investment. We need to seek and ask for spiritual gifts, not put it on God to do it whenever He is ready.People who break down…

The Gift of Discernment of Spirits

The Gift of Discernment of Spirits — This sermon discusses what discernment of spirits is and how believers can experience t his grace in their lives. Sometimes we can confuse God’s will with our own. But Jesus gave us His Spirit to help us know  God’s heart and will as we seek Him.