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Sermons on God's Voice

His Voice is Safe

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
His Voice is Safe
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His Voice is Safe  —  God speaks to us because He loves us. He is a safe Father, who speaks from the place of love and goodness. We can ask Him for wisdom and guidance. However, we tend to hear Him properly when we understand His loving heart toward us. We may not always understand…

His Voice Transforms – Part 2

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
His Voice Transforms - Part 2
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His Voice Transforms – Part 2 — God’s voice transforms us to the heart and character of Christ. He speaks to us because He loves us. Jesus is completely trustworthy in everything. We must accept His trustworthiness and look forward to experiencing His voice in a way that reflects that we truly understand this. When…

His Voice is Life

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
His Voice is Life
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His Voice is Life — Remember that we began this series with the desperation of Jesus, when He declared that man does not live by bread alone but by every Word that proceeds out of the mouth of God. The voice of God is food to our lives. There is a time to pursue God’s…

Clean Hands, Pure Heart

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Clean Hands, Pure Heart
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Clean Hands, Pure Heart  –  When we are walking in holiness and transparency before the Lord, we find freedom to experience Him in closeness and intimacy. Three things that can affect right-relationship with the Father are impure hands or heart, idolatry, lies. The devouring fire of God mentioned in Scripture, is driven by His intense…

Desperately Seeking Jesus

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Desperately Seeking Jesus
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Desperately Seeking Jesus  –  God is looking for a people who are desperate to hear His voice, to commune with Him, and to obey Him. The Holy Spirit resides within His people and communicates clearly through His own voice, the Bible, spiritual Fathers, prophetic gifts, and trustworthy believers who express God’s heart as they abide…

Seeking Wisdom from the One in Control – Part 2

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Seeking Wisdom from the One in Control - Part 2
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Seeking Wisdom from the One in Control —  God generously gives wisdom to those who ask. He is pleased to give us Wisdom. He doesn’t require us to climb an impossible mountain to talk to a guru. When we first came to Christ, we were given a supernatural wisdom to understand an otherwise foolish message.…

Seeking Wisdom from the One in Control

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Seeking Wisdom from the One in Control
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Seeking Wisdom from the One in Control —  God generously gives wisdom to those who ask. He is pleased to give us Wisdom. He doesn’t require us to climb an impossible mountain to talk to a guru. When we first came to Christ, we were given a supernatural wisdom to understand an otherwise foolish message.…

Christianity 102: Watch and Work

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Christianity 102: Watch and Work
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Christianity 102: Watch and Work — The Holy Spirit can speak to us through our conscience, convicting us when we sin and comforting us when we doubt. In 1 Timothy, Paul encourages Timothy to focus on what matters, Godliness or Christlikeness.  He counceled that Timothy should avoid issues that really don’t matter. He should not…

Wholehearted Prayer and Fasting

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Wholehearted Prayer and Fasting
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Wholehearted Prayer and Fasting —  The Holy Spirit teaches us to pray and is in-sync with the Father’s will. The Holy Spirit shows us where the Bible should shape our prayers, just as the Bible has the power to shape our thoughts and perspectives. He leads us into fasting so that we can affect lasting…

The Spirit Leads Our Prayers

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
The Spirit Leads Our Prayers
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The Spirit Leads Our Prayers —  Prayer and faith are not a formula. Do we ever copy other people’s prayer styles or accept their perspective of God’s will simply because we have failed to experientially developed our own? Is the world affecting our prayer life instead of the other way around? Are we surrendered to…