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Sunday Worship Experience

March 3, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery • Matthew 5:20–30, Isaiah 14:12–15, Romans 7:9–23, Matthew 19:16–22, Matthew 26:36–41

"How to Defeat the Devil" -To defeat the Devil, we must not try to overthink it. To avoid overthinking, we simply need to get the correct answers from God's Word. In Isaiah 14, Isaiah states that Lucifer rebelled against the Lord in an effort to promote self and his own desires. If there is one thing that we must do as Christians that we might defeat the schemes of the Devil is to deny self. Self is our greatest enemy. If we will die to self, defeating the Devil in our lives won't be as difficult. Victory is closer than you think for your life.

Wednesday Worship Experience

February 28, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery • Hebrews 10:35–36, Luke 5:3–9, Genesis 12:1–4, Colossians 2:6–13, Hebrews 11:1–13

"Looking Beyond Your Circumstances" -Sometimes, we go to the Father in prayer and tell Him about our problems as if He doesn't already know about them. What the Father wants to see in us and hear from us is faith being put into action. We must not allow ourselves to be so bound up by our physical circumstances that we allow them to cause us to limit God from moving in our lives. Let's not allow circumstances to limit our faith, but let's allow our faith to change our circumstances to align with God's Word and His will for our lives. As a believer in Christ, you can do all things through Him because He will give you the strength.

Wednesday Worship Experience

February 21, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery • Ephesians 4:17–27, Matthew 13:18–23, 2 Samuel 11:1–11, Matthew 6:24–33, James 1:2–8

"How valuable is Your Faith to You?" -Self is our greatest enemy. This is why Jesus commands us to deny self if we want to follow Him. Self will deceive you into thinking that it is for you when it's just the opposite. If believers give into self, we will become double minded and unstable in all our ways. Instead of being on fire for God, we will begin to make excuses why we can't obey His purpose for our lives. When believers give into self, self can cause us to devalue our faith. No one or no thing should be more valuable to a Christian than our faith in Jesus. Therefore, we shouldn't allow people or things to come between us and our devotion to the Lord.

Sunday Worship Experience

February 25, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery • 2 Corinthians 10:3–6, Acts 16:16–26, Luke 4:16–19, Genesis 4:3–10, Psalm 34:11–19

"Hurt Can Poison Our Hearts" -Jesus bore 39 stripes on His back for our complete healing. He didn't suffer the anguish of that beating so that Christians could live with hurt in our hearts and lives. How much is hurt allowed by you to influence your decisions and actions? How is hurt able to affect your interactions with people on a daily basis? How is hurt being used by the enemy to affect your relationship with the Lord? Because we all have a threshold or tolerance for pain and hurt, we allow ourselves to just live with hurt. However, we do this to our own hurt. Jesus came to set us free from all hurt and pain. If you are hurting because of emotional pain, God has a word for you.

Wednesday Worship Experience

February 14, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery • Luke 4:16–24, Matthew 5:14–24, John 1:11–18, Acts 1:11–18, 1 Corinthians 14:6–9

(Re-air) "Declaring the Word of the Lord" -For many generations, the Jews heard prophecies from God's prophets about the coming Messiah. When the Messiah (Jesus) came, He caused a spiritual transformation to take place. Moreover, He caused different transitions to also take place that most of the Jews were not prepared to accept. Consequently, God closed the door to that generation of Jews and opened it to the gentiles to be saved. In our generation, we are in the midst of another major transition that God is performing in the Church. Will believers accept this transition or will many reject it because they are comfortable with the familiar?

Sunday Worship Experience

February 18, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery • Isaiah 14:12–17, Genesis 3:11–19, Hebrews 1:1–9, Genesis 6:1–8, Romans 5:1–10

"The Amazing Love of God" -In this word from God, you will discover new truths about the depth and degree of God's love for humanity. There are times that we hear about certain subjects, such as the love of God, but we don't really dig into what that really means for us. The more intimately and personally we know the Father, the stronger we will become as His children. It's time to wean ourselves off of the milk of the Word and to grow to the place that we can hear and receive the meat of the Word.

Wednesday Worship Experience

February 7, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"Learn How to Live Free" -Jesus told His disciples that if they wanted to follow Him, they must deny self. Jesus doesn't just require us as His disciples to deny self, He lived it. Even though Jesus was God incarnate, He still had a will like humans. Even so, He submitted His will to the Father in every situation and trial. Consequently, this empowered Him to do God's will even when there were people that opposed or tried to stop Him. There is a place in the Spirit that we can dwell where no one and nothing can keep us from obeying the Father. This is perfect liberty and freedom.

Sunday Worship Experience

February 11, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"The Power of Doubt" -If we fully understood the power of doubt, we would be less likely to allow doubt to impact our heart and decisions. Satan sets out to distort and pervert everything that God originates to utilize those things against anyone who places their faith in God or His Word. If faith gives us the ability to receive salvation, then doubt has the power to cause believers to walk away from the Lord to live as they please. Doubt is perverted faith that we allow to influence our hearts, decisions, and lives once our faith has been compromised. This is why we must keep our hearts with all diligence.

Sunday Worship Experience

February 4, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"How to be Strong in Your Faith" -There are two types of believers within Christianity. There are those who are strong in their faith and there are those who are weak. We all begin weak in faith, but God requires us to grow so that we can come to know Him and be strong. If we take a stand for God's Word, our stand will be challenged. If we will stand once we have been challenged, God will empower us by His grace to overcome this world. The trials of life are nothing more than our faith in God being put to the test to see how we will respond to trouble. Will we stand and prevail or will we waiver and fail?

Wednesday Worship Experience

January 31, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"Declaring the Word of the Lord" -For many generations, the Jews heard prophecies from God's prophets about the coming Messiah. When the Messiah (Jesus) came, He caused a spiritual transformation to take place. Moreover, He caused different transitions to also take place that most of the Jews were not prepared to accept. Consequently, God closed the door to that generation of Jews and opened it to the gentiles to be saved. In our generation, we are in the midst of another major transition that God is performing in the Church. Will believers accept this transition or will many reject it because they are comfortable with the familiar?

Sunday Worship Experience

January 28, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"The Greater One Lives in You" -How much power does a thought have? The question should be, "How much power do we allow a thought to have over us to control our decisions?" Satan is able to convince us that our problems are bigger than our God by getting us to focus on them instead of God. What we focus on, we will give power to be enlarged in our hearts and minds. Eventually, what began as a thought can become so large in our hearts that we see problems as being greater than the God who is greater and lives within us.

Sunday Worship Experience

January 21, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"Breaking the Power of Deception" -It is well known that sin destroys the souls of humans. It also well known that if someone dies in their sins, they will spend eternity in torment in the lake of fire. There is one thing about the sin of man that isn't as widely known and that is the deceitfulness of sin. It is the deceitfulness of sin that can cause sinners to reject the truth of God and refuse His attempts to save them from sin. It is the deceitfulness of sin that can cause a lost person not to fear God, nor the possibility of them going to hell for eternity.

Wednesday Worship Experience

January 10, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"Pursuing God with Your Whole Heart" -It's possible to be a follower of Jesus, but not be able to receive all that Jesus came to offer us. God told the Jews which He delivered from Egypt that He would give them their own land that was flowing with milk and honey. The Jews were God's people and He delivered out of bondage, but they wouldn't allow God a place in their hearts so that He could give them the Promised Land. Until we give our heart to the Lord and hunger for the truth, we will struggle in our faith walk to receive all that He has for us. The Father wants so much more for us as His children than to provide us with our everyday needs. He wants to give us life to the full so that we can stand for Him no matter what comes our way.

Sunday Worship Experience

January 14, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"How Did We Get Here?" -Have you ever woken up one day and ask yourself, "How did I get here in my life?" There is a way that seems right unto a person, but its end is the way of death. Many people on earth believe since they have a physical body and live in a physical world that everything that pertains to them is of a natural occurrence. It is this type of thinking that has gotten us as humans in the place that we are spiritually. Get ready to be empowered with God's truth.

Sunday Worship Experience

January 7, 2024 • Pastor Asa Dockery

"Defying the Powers of the World" -It is time that Christians realize who we are in Christ and why God has us in the world. If we know who we are and the purpose for us being on earth, we will stay focused on God's will and overcome the world. We are in this world, but we are not of the world. Satan can overpower us when we take things personally. Therefore, he seeks to get us personally involved with the cares of this life and of the world to distract us. We are able to defy or resist the powers of Satan and the world as we keep our hearts fixed on the Lord. We will overcome this world because the Greater One who lives in us has already overcome it.

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