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Sovereignty of God’s Favor

April 14, 2021 • Brad Randall

The Book of Esther doesn’t say the word “God”, yet shows His presence and purpose throughout this story about God’s people. God is sovereign and has authority even when we feel like He is absent. His authority, along with His kindness brings about His plan through His people. Esther and Mordecai were shown favor, but it was used for His plan to redeem. In the same way, God’s children today are shown favor and kindness. These things are given to us to glorify Him and be a part of His great work. Recorded live on April 14, 2021 at 6:30 PM

Devoted Believers

September 15, 2021 • Brad Randall • Acts 2:41–46

There are many ways we could describe the early church, but one clear characteristic of these new believers is DEVOTED! Acts 2:42 tells us that they had their heart set on the teaching of God’s Word, fellowship, the breaking of bread, and prayer. This isn’t meant to be unique to them alone. These four disciplines are for every follower of Christ. They helped the early church grow in spiritual maturity and they help us mature our faith as well.

The Clear Gospel

September 8, 2021 • Brad Randall • Acts 2:14–41

When the Spirit of God came upon the disciples and tongues of fire broke out throughout Jerusalem, it left the city amazed by God’s power, but still confused about what took place. But, the Apostle Peter cleared the confusion by preaching the clear Gospel. The Good News of Jesus may be difficult to embrace for some, but it’s not difficult to understand. When they heard the clear Gospel, they were “cut to the heart” and the Church exponentially grew like it had never experienced before.

Arrival of the Holy Spirit

September 1, 2021 • Brad Randall • Acts 2:1–13

There are certain stories in the Bible that we would have loved to witness firsthand. The arrival of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2 is certainly one of those moments. Not only was it amazing, but it was a fulfillment of prophecy for the Church. Unlike the birth of Jesus, this moment wasn’t quiet and peaceful. It drew great attention from everyone in Jerusalem. They truly witnessed a miracle of the power of God as He made clear the truth of the Gospel.