Mar 15, 2020
The Report of the Lord
Series: General
Isaiah 53:1,43:6-7; Numbers 13:26-32,14:11-23,36-37; Psalm 106:24; Hebrews 10:36-39; Philippians 4:8; 2 Kings 7:1-2,16-20; Joshua 3:17-4:1; 5:2-5
- The report that the spies gave was an evil report. Any report that contradicts the Word of God is an evil report. God sees an evil report as slander.
- In critical times God will not wink at our sin.
- God created us to give Him. glory. We cannot do that if we are giving evil reports.
- By giving an evil report, it showed that they did not believe Him.
- An evil report is evident of disbelief.
- God takes no pleasure in those who turn away.
- If we take a good report and turn it into an evil report, we bring upon our own destruction.
- We spend too much time thinking and meditating on the report of the world, report of the doctor, but not enough time speaking and meditating on the report of the Lord.
- The blessed man spends time meditating on the Word of the Lord.
- The arm of the Lord is the power of the Lord.
- The power of the Lord is revealed to those who believe the report of the Lord.
- If we do not believe the report of the Lord we will not see God's power.
- An officer died because he did not believe the report of the Lord.
- Some of our blessings are on delay because we do not believe the report of the Lord.
- If we are going to go from the wilderness into our promise, we are going to have to pass clean. Believing the report of the Lord.
- The old man cannot come and be in the promised land.
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  • Mar 15, 2020The Report of the Lord
    Mar 15, 2020
    The Report of the Lord
    Series: General
    Isaiah 53:1,43:6-7; Numbers 13:26-32,14:11-23,36-37; Psalm 106:24; Hebrews 10:36-39; Philippians 4:8; 2 Kings 7:1-2,16-20; Joshua 3:17-4:1; 5:2-5
    - The report that the spies gave was an evil report. Any report that contradicts the Word of God is an evil report. God sees an evil report as slander.
    - In critical times God will not wink at our sin.
    - God created us to give Him. glory. We cannot do that if we are giving evil reports.
    - By giving an evil report, it showed that they did not believe Him.
    - An evil report is evident of disbelief.
    - God takes no pleasure in those who turn away.
    - If we take a good report and turn it into an evil report, we bring upon our own destruction.
    - We spend too much time thinking and meditating on the report of the world, report of the doctor, but not enough time speaking and meditating on the report of the Lord.
    - The blessed man spends time meditating on the Word of the Lord.
    - The arm of the Lord is the power of the Lord.
    - The power of the Lord is revealed to those who believe the report of the Lord.
    - If we do not believe the report of the Lord we will not see God's power.
    - An officer died because he did not believe the report of the Lord.
    - Some of our blessings are on delay because we do not believe the report of the Lord.
    - If we are going to go from the wilderness into our promise, we are going to have to pass clean. Believing the report of the Lord.
    - The old man cannot come and be in the promised land.
  • Mar 11, 2020Facing and Overcoming Challenges (Part 4) “Who We Are in God”
    Mar 11, 2020
    Facing and Overcoming Challenges (Part 4) “Who We Are in God”
    Series: Bible Study
    Numbers 13:31-33, Deuteronomy 28:13; 2 Corinthians 5:17; Philippians 4:13; Romans 8:37; James 4:7; l John 5:1-5; Psalm 23:4; Mark 10:27, 9: 23

    - The God in us is stronger than any human could ever be.
    - When we think of ourselves as small, others see us the same way.
    - God will make us the head and not the tail. It is conditional, but Jesus fulfilled the conditions.
    - We need to say about ourselves, what God has already said.
    - It does not matter what we used to be.
    -Just because you have failed in the past, does not mean you are a failure.
    - We can do all things through Christ which strengthens us. The anointing.
    - We are more than able.
    - We have ability to spare.
    - We are demon chasers.
    - Power begins with submission.
    - We get strength from the presence of the Father.
    - We believe in Christ, we overcome.
    - We are unafraid. In the face of danger, we need to say we are unafraid because God is with us.
    - With God all things are possible. All things are possible for those who believe. Nothing is impossible for God.
    - We are doers of the impossible.

  • Mar 8, 2020He Restores Our Soul
    Mar 8, 2020
    He Restores Our Soul
    Series: General
    Psalm 23,19:7,92:12-14; Matthew 11:28-30
    - God is our Shepherd. And He is our Host. We are honored guests at His table.
    - As children of God, we are entitled. Not because of what we have done but because of what Jesus has done.
    - When we don't know what to pray we can certainly pray the Bible, Psalm 23, Psalm 91.
    - We need spiritual restoration, God does it. 
    - Rest and doing nothing are not the equivalent.
    - We cannot restore ourselves because we did not make ourselves.
    - We have to become better at receiving.
    - God causes our life to return.
    - We need to develop the habit of going to God first. And going to Him often.
    - God helps us to catch our breath.
    - We should not be trying to catch up with our life.
    - We should ask God on a daily basis to restore our soul.
    - The more strength we will have, the closer we walk with Him. He restores us.
    - The Word of God restores our soul, our whole person.
    - Jesus did not go to the cross, for life to weary us.
    - We will not recover our life going on a vacation. God restores us.
    - Some of the things are call rest, is not real rest.
  • Mar 4, 2020Facing and Overcoming Challenges (Part 3)
    Mar 4, 2020
    Facing and Overcoming Challenges (Part 3)
    Series: Bible Study
    1 Samuel 17:32,11,24-51; Matthew 16:5-9
    - Challenges come to our lives and many of us get scared.
    - We must not run away from our problems.
    - We must not make the mistake of magnifying our problem.
    - We have a covenant with God. We have promises from God.
    - We have to remember we have a relationship with the true and living God.
    - When we are facing challenges and obstacles, many times we have to overcome opposition from those closest to us.
    - Whatever obstacles we are facing, we must not worry.
    - It's important that we remember what God has done.
    - When we face challenges and obstacles we can't always do what someone else has done.
    - Don't try and fight your problems with your own strength.
    - We can't overcome our challenges and obstacles if we don't run out to meet them.
    - Use your mouth to bring things to pass.  Confess your victory before you even get started.

     

  • Mar 1, 2020God Has Anointed You
    Mar 1, 2020
    God Has Anointed You
    Series: General
    Matthew 10:13-17; Psalm 105:8-15; 2 Corinthians 1:21; Acts 10:38; Colossians 1:25-27; 1 John 2:20; 1 Corinthians 1:20-22,26-27; Isaiah 10:24-27
    - We are anointed because we are Christians.
    - When God said touch not my anointed ones, He was referring to us.
    - If he succeeds he has us. We have to know who we are.
    - God has anointed us to go around healing people, doing good and delivering them from the works of the enemy,
    - The enemy wants to attack our identity.
    _ It's the Truth that we know which makes us free.
    - We have an anointing to know the Truth.
    - There is going to come a day where the burden and the yoke will be destroyed.
  • Feb 26, 2020Facing and Overcoming Challenges (Part 2)
    Feb 26, 2020
    Facing and Overcoming Challenges (Part 2)
    Series: Bible Study
    Ephesians 2:11-13; Jeremiah 32:27; Isaiah 41:10,43; John 6:63,10:10; Deuteronomy 8:3; Matthew 4:4; Luke 4:4; Deuteronomy 32:46-47; Psalm 119:105
    - Everybody doesn't want to win because they are not willing to put in the work required to win.
    - God is bigger than our problem. There is nothing that is too hard for Him.
    - When we have issues and challenges in our lives, we must not underestimate the importance of going to the Word of God.
    - Many of the issues we have in our lives are spiritual problems.
    - We cannot overcome spiritual things in our flesh - which is why we need the Word of God.
    - If we are trying to figure out the answer to our problems, we are relying on our self.
    - Don't figure it out, search it out.  The words are spirit and life.
    - The just shall live by faith.
    - Faith comes by hearing, hearing by The Word of God.
    - Man does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from God's mouth.
    - The word is our life.
    - The word is a lamp unto our feet. We can see things that trip us up.
    - It's great to get out of a problem, it's better to avoid them.
    - The Word of God will change the way we think.
    - When we start to think like God, we speak like God.
  • Feb 23, 2020Be Ready
    Feb 23, 2020
    Be Ready
    Series: General
    Matthew 25:1-13; 24:36,42-44; Numbers 14:37-45; Acts 12:5-16
    - Being ready when Jesus returns. No one knows the day or the hour.
    - Be ready when God moves in our situation.
    - When God starts to open doors, will you be ready?
    - Every one of us is personally responsible for ourselves.
    - When God moves in our lives, it may not be at our convenience.
    - We need a power source to generate light. We need the oil of the Holy Ghost in order that our lamps would be lit.
    - The lamps are our lives. The oil is the Holy Spirit.
    - We can't give away our oil to people who have the same opportunity to get it.
    - Gaining oil requires sacrifice.
    - People can drain us if we let them.
    - If we allow people to take our oil, there will be none left for neither of you.
    - We are personally responsible for our own oil supply. 
    - The God who supplies the oil will give it to you freely.
    - We can have some oil. We can be low on oil, but we cannot go as far as someone whose tank is full.
    - In order to do what God has called you to do, you need to be full of oil.
    - When Jesus shows up, He takes the ones who are ready.  Those who were not ready, the door was shut.
    - There was a time for the children of Israel to go.
    - God is going to move in our lives we need to be ready. Our lamps need to be filled.
    - Being ready is not as easy as it appears.  We need the help of God.
    - The believers were praying and still almost missed Peter knocking.
    - Don't quench the Holy Spirit.
    - Keep spending time with God, keep giving. keep praying, keep meditating on the word.
  • Feb 19, 2020Facing and Overcoming Challenges
    Feb 19, 2020
    Facing and Overcoming Challenges
    Series: Bible Study
    Ephesians 2:11-13; Psalm 145:-3; Luke 11:14-20; Proverbs 18:10; 2 Chronicles 21:20; Psalm 8:3-4,139:17-18; Deuteronomy 3:22; Joshua 1:9; Hebrews 13:5; Numbers 14:9-14
    - Good success is when you can accomplish other things in your life.
    - If we don't know how to face other challenges we won't know how to win.
    - With no God, you have no power, no privileges, no hope, no benefits, no promises, no advantages.  God is the difference maker.
    - If we don't know we have the power of God, we won't have power.
    - If we start in the wrong place we will end up in the wrong place.  We have to start with God.
    - In order to overcome our challenge, we must first face it.
    - God is bigger, greater and stronger than your problem.
    - The greatness of God is beyond our ability to understand.
    - Just a finger of God will cast a devil out of a man.
    - All God has to do is lift His finger and our problem is solved.
    - Always remember that God cares about you.
    - God wants us to have victory. But we cannot have victory if we don't compete.
    - God is with you. Emmanuel! 
    - In the face of perfection, God saw something that was not good.
    - God will never leave us or forsake us.
    - God is with you wherever you go.

  • Feb 16, 2020A Closer Walk With God
    Feb 16, 2020
    A Closer Walk With God
    Series: General
    Genesis 5:18-24; Hebrews 11:5
    - God desires a closer walk with Him.
    - The closer we walk with God the more we will be like Him and reflect His glory.
    - We can't have power if we are distant from God.
    - Enoch walked with God by faith, according to the Word and will of God.
    - Because Enoch walked with God, he had the heart of God.
    - Enoch walked in a way that pleased God.
    - When we walk by ourselves, we are vulnerable to the enemy's attacks.
    - The closer we walk with God, the more we are protected.
    - Before God took Enoch, he changed Enoch.
    - Whatever Enoch was, whatever he used to be, He was no longer.
    - The more we walk with God, the more we will be like Him. The more strength we will have. The more power. And the more we will reflect His glory.
  • Feb 12, 2020The Words We Speak
    Feb 12, 2020
    The Words We Speak
    Series: Bible Study
    Exodus 8:1-4,8-10; Numbers 13:32-33,14:1-4,24-30
    - Use your words to create the world you want.
    - The words that we use have power.
    - The more power we have the more care we must use.
    - If you don't want it, don't say it.
    - Pharoah had the ability to get rid of the frogs with his words.
    - Because of how we see ourselves, people will see us as such.
    - God is looking for people to speak His Word so that He can perform it.
    - Words produce fruit.