Humble Under God’s Mighty Hand

Humble Yourself Under The Mighty Hand of God In 1 Pet 5:5-7, Peter told us to humble ourselves under the mighty hand of God.  In our relationship with God, he knows whether we are humble or not.  Perhaps, we know whether we are humble under his mighty hand.  If we...

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With All Confidence, Acts 28:30-31

VIDEO RECORDING OF THIS SERMON In Acts 28:30-31, when Paul dwelt in his own hired house in Rome, he was “Preaching the kingdom of God, and teaching those things which concern the Lord Jesus Christ, with all confidence, no man forbidding him.”  How is it, as a prisoner in Rome,...

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I Take Pleasure in Distresses, 2 Cor 12:10

How could Paul say, “I take pleasure in distresses” and really mean it?  Paul could say that he took pleasure in distresses because, when he was in distress, he received from the Lord:  Grace – 2 Cor 12:9-10 “I take pleasure in… distresses for Christ’s sake: for when I am...

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Continue, Jn 8:31

Continue Jn. 8:31 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO There are some things stated in the Bible in which we must continue no matter the circumstances of life.  These need to be constant and consistent in our lives. Continue in the word of God – Jn 8:31 – no matter what, you must...

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Pleasures Ps. 16:11

Pleasures Ps 16:11 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO The Bible says in Ps 16:11, “in thy presence is fullness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures forever more.” This Psalm, as you can tell from the context in Ps 16:10, is a reference to Jesus, who is now at the...

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Prophesied Salvation, 1 Pet 1:10-12

In 1 Pet 1:10-12 we see that the Old Testament prophets prophesied of the salvation that we have.  They prophesied “the grace that should come unto you.”  They “testified beforehand the sufferings of Christ, and the glory that should follow.”  These things were revealed to them but they ministered them...

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Achaia’s Bounty, 2 Cor 9:1-15

Paul started chapter 9 by saying that, concerning the ministering to the saints, it was superfluous (superfluous means “not needed; unnecessary”) for him to write.  Nevertheless, he did write.  Paul wrote 2 Cor 9 because he wanted the Corinthians to know that: Their zeal had provoked very many – 2...

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Workers Together With Him, 2 Cor 6:1-18

2 CoriIn 2 Cor 6, Paul beseeched the Corinthians to work together with the Lord and with him and the others with whom he served the Lord in the ministry.  In 2 Cor 5:17-21, he explained that God has given all new creatures in Christ the ministry of reconciliation.  That...

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Your Past Matt. 26:6

Your Past Matt. 26:6 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO Your past is part of who you are – it may not be pretty and you don’t need to go around defiling others with what you have done – but your past is just that, it is YOUR past – we are...

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Grace Be With You 2 Tim 4:22

Grace Be With You II Tim. 4: 22 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO Grace is the most important provision that the Lord has for us.  We are made from the dust and are, therefore, limited in every capacity to our earthly resources.  For intelligence, we are limited to our brain’s capacity for...

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