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Sermons on Luke

Suffering Propels Us into Our Purpose

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Suffering Propels Us into Our Purpose
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Suffering Propels Us into Our Purpose  – In this sermon, Neil Hubacher discusses how God uses the suffering in our lives to prepare us for our destiny and purpose. it is important that as we pass through a time of suffering that we settle our hearts on the fact that God is good. He is the…

Purity to See and Know the Lord

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Purity to See and Know the Lord
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Purity to See and Know the Lord  –  Jesus is calling believers to a life of holiness to keep their eyes and hearts sensitive to Him. He is prepared to do a renovating work in all who make themselves available to His process. Those who are holy will see the Lord and right relationship with…

The Day the Fire Returned

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
The Day the Fire Returned
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The Day the Fire Returned  –  Sometimes we miss the goodness of God when we are too focused on our struggles, loss, and disappointment. When the human heart loses touch with the heart of God in struggle, it tends to pull away in sadness, anger, and avoidance. Jesus wants to introduce us to new depths…

Worthiness. Unworthiness.

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Worthiness. Unworthiness.
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Worthiness. Unworthiness. – Ever feel like your first response to God’s amazing presence is a sense of unworthiness? Some people will avoid church because the atmosphere, the people, the ministers, and the accuser are subconsciously mirroring back to them how shameful, unworthy, or undeserving they are and how unqualified they should feel. It is time…

More Than Enough

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
More Than Enough
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More Than Enough — There are many funny little tensions that exists in the Kingdom. God is so big, and His ways are so much higher than ours, that it can be difficult to grasp the entirety of His heart in certain matters. One of these concepts of tensions falls between the two expressions “I…

Naturally Supernatural

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Naturally Supernatural
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Naturally Supernatural — How are we to be in the political sphere without being sucked intothe political spirit? In this sermon, Neil Hubacher discusses how the Church can influence and bless the world of politics and government by: Avoiding worldliness Developing our God-gien talents Praying Believing for the supernatural

But Quite the Opposite Happened – Part 2

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
But Quite the Opposite Happened – Part 2
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But Quite the Opposite Happened – Part 2 —  The attack on Esther’s people did not go as expected. The enemy’s plan to wipe out God’s people turned against them. This is representative of Kingdom principles and God’s heart for blessing His people before a watching world. He is the One who brings life to…

Resurrection Day. Revelation Day.

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Resurrection Day. Revelation Day.
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Resurrection Day. Revelation Day.  —  Jesus is in the business of actively revealing Himself to people. He is attracted and pleased with our faith. But isn’t threatened by our unbelief. Disappointment is the precursor to shipwrecked faith. Jesus loves us too much to leave us in unbelief. Let’s be sure to remain in abiding communion…

Undivided Communication

River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
River of Life Church: Amherst, NH
Undivided Communication
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Undivided Communication  —  To marry a King is to marry His Kingdom, and that is exactly what is expected of the Bride of Christ. Queens know that intimacy assumes the responsibilities of the Kingdom, which aligns with the king’s heart, and includes the joy of working in togetherness and the struggles of opposition. He doesn’t…