Don't Forget Your Thank You Note
Sermon by Tim Dilena • January 26, 2018 • Tim Dilena
There are two documents that reveal a lot about who we are, the calendar and the checkbook. These reveal two precious resources we have, time and money. The Church is turning more into becoming consumers than stewards. People are spending money on things they don’t need with money they don’t have to impress people they don’t even like. The checkbook tells us who we worship and what we worship. Tithes are your “thank you note” to God.
Daniel Had A Window
Sermon by Carter Conlon • January 9, 2018 • Carter Conlon
When humanity wants to be its own God and government desires to become “god” to the people, they will attempt to pass laws against prayer. As Christians, we must not let the window of prayer be closed even for one day. It’s time to pray and press into the power of God because He desires to show us His willingness to be merciful.
The Theological Error of "WhatHowWhen"
Sermon by Carter Conlon • October 25, 2017 • Carter Conlon
Discouragement comes when we begin to lose courage on our forward journey. Sometimes the journey we have crafted for our future is partly true and partly fiction. We fall into the theological error of “WhatHowWhen” when we know what God has promised us but we want to tell him “how” and “when” to do it. In the midst of all our discouragement Jesus still comes and reminds us that He will never leave us of forsake us. Be encouraged, the plan that God decreed for your life is still unfolding and it will happen in God’s time and in His way.
An Eclipse of Faith
Sermon by David Wilkerson • January 6, 2008 • David Wilkerson
An eclipse is when the moon passes between the earth and the sun and everything becomes dark. If we are walking close to Jesus and we are men and women of prayer, seeking God with all our hearts, our faith will have an eclipse. The devil wants to numb our minds with problems and difficulties. He wants to come between our God and our vision of His mercy and faithfulness to block out the SUN. If we don't recognize the hand of the enemy behind this sifting, we will be defeated. The way out of this eclipse is to BELIEVE and REST in the LOVE that God has for us. God will allow your faith to be tested to show you how He rejoices over you and is RESTING in His love for you.
Seeing and Separating
Sermon by Gary Wilkerson • July 26, 2015 • Gary Wilkerson
Throughout Scripture we see that God is one who separates—light from dark, wheat from chaff, sheep from goats—yet today there is very little separation between the church and the world. Where is the call from pulpits to come out from among them and be separate? Separation isn't a matter of moral self-effort, but is something that is only possible when we have a revelation of the glory of God.
The Sudden Shaming Of Your Enemies
Sermon by Carter Conlon • September 14, 2017 • Carter Conlon
Don’t be deceived into to thinking you can have the worship of God and have your sin too. You humiliated the devil the day you came to Christ and Jesus made an open display against the powers of darkness but now your mortally wounded by an enemy you let live and you sit in the House of God disguising your sin. It’s time to get to higher ground and move to where the Cross is. Today, humble yourself, pull of your disguise and the Lord will receive your prayer and shame the devil. Today don’t reject the voice of God lest your compromise swallow you up.
A Thief In a Parking Lot
Sermon by Carter Conlon • July 24, 2017 • Carter Conlon
The thief has come to kill your future and family, to steal your joy and hope and to kill your effectiveness on earth. The devil will have us believe we will always be in pursuit of a victory we will never catch. Today we are reminded that we have been given weaponry in Christ to pursue the kingdom of darkness and pulldown strongholds. As the Church of Jesus Christ we should stop sniffling and stand up against Satan because we have a General that is so powerful the mention of His name can fold up the universe. Everyone has a plan until somebody punches them in the mouth—It’s time to punch the devil in the mouth.