Mar 18, 2020
Worry, Fear and Anxiety
Series: Bible Study
Matthew 6:25-34
- Things we can't control, uncertain about, frighten us, makes us worry.
- A lot of our worry is rooted in our lack of control.
- Be anxious for nothing. NO THING we should be anxious about.
- Worry is a sin. Anything that God tells us to do is a commandment.
- The magnitude of a thing doesn't change how God wants us to live.
- Three times in one passage of Scripture, Jesus says do not worry.
- Jesus was emphasizing that we do not need to worry about provision.
- Worry takes away from your life. It does not add to us or put us in a better place.
- Worrying is useless.
- Worrying leaves us in the same place.
- Worrying is faithless.
- We cannot worry and trust at the same time. When worry comes in, trust goes out.
- When we are not anxious, the peace of God is with us.
- As children of God we should not get caught up in things like the world does.
- We must not undervalue who we are to God.
- The relationship we have with God is One of Truth.
- The Truth shall make us free.  From everything - even worry.
- We cannot allow all the noise of the world to take our eyes off God.
- Some of us are losing this battle in life, because we refuse to give up the ball.

 

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  • Mar 18, 2020Worry, Fear and Anxiety
    Mar 18, 2020
    Worry, Fear and Anxiety
    Series: Bible Study
    Matthew 6:25-34
    - Things we can't control, uncertain about, frighten us, makes us worry.
    - A lot of our worry is rooted in our lack of control.
    - Be anxious for nothing. NO THING we should be anxious about.
    - Worry is a sin. Anything that God tells us to do is a commandment.
    - The magnitude of a thing doesn't change how God wants us to live.
    - Three times in one passage of Scripture, Jesus says do not worry.
    - Jesus was emphasizing that we do not need to worry about provision.
    - Worry takes away from your life. It does not add to us or put us in a better place.
    - Worrying is useless.
    - Worrying leaves us in the same place.
    - Worrying is faithless.
    - We cannot worry and trust at the same time. When worry comes in, trust goes out.
    - When we are not anxious, the peace of God is with us.
    - As children of God we should not get caught up in things like the world does.
    - We must not undervalue who we are to God.
    - The relationship we have with God is One of Truth.
    - The Truth shall make us free.  From everything - even worry.
    - We cannot allow all the noise of the world to take our eyes off God.
    - Some of us are losing this battle in life, because we refuse to give up the ball.

     

  • 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 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.

     

  • 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 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 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.
  • Feb 5, 2020Watch Your Mouth!
    Feb 5, 2020
    Watch Your Mouth!
    Series: Bible Study
    Proverbs 18:21, 29:20, 16:24, 21:23, 12:14, 4:23; Hebrews 11:3; James 1:19, 3:3-7; Psalm 141:3; Colossians 4:6
    - What we say affects more people than the actions we take.
    - There is a need to be careful with our words.
    - If Jesus is our example, we should be speaking words of life.
    - We don't have the ability to control what we say.
    - Let the words of my mouth be acceptable in thy sight.
    - God is giving us power to live the life that He is calling us to live.
    - Guarding our mouth keeps us out of trouble.
    - God has to renew our mind.
    - We have the ability to frame our world just as our heavenly Father framed His.
    - We can call all things forth.
    - Our words can speak peace and strength to our lives.
     
     
  • Jan 29, 2020The Aftermath of the Tragedy of Kobe Bryant (Enjoy Your Life)
    Jan 29, 2020
    The Aftermath of the Tragedy of Kobe Bryant (Enjoy Your Life)
    Series: Bible Study
    John 10:10; Psalm 39:4, 1 Timothy 6:17; Ecclesiastes 5:18-20
    - Why do we resort back in just a few days after a tragedy?
    - We don't really want to accept that life is fleeting.
    - Queens and Kings should walk a certain way, an assuredness of who they are.
    - God wants to keep us busy enjoying life.
    - Whatever we practice we get better at.
    - Enjoying life is a decision.
    - Our ability to enjoy life is not dependent on other people.
     
  • Jan 15, 2020The Money Problem
    Jan 15, 2020
    The Money Problem
    Series: Bible Study
    Genesis 13:1-2; Luke 6:38; Genesis 8:22; Psalm 35:27; 3 John 2; Jeremiah 29:11; Deuteronomy 28:1-14, 8:18; Isaiah 48:17; Proverbs 10:22
    - Abraham was very rich in things, money and value.
    - God is the solution to the money problem.
    - God does not want us suffering financially.
    - When it comes to money, we should say "In God I Trust"
    - God has pleasure in our prosperity.  We have to know this beforehand.
    - God has plans to prosper us.
    - God has given sus power to get wealth.
    = We don't chase the blessing, the blessing chases us.
    - God teaches us how to profit.  That means we have more money coming in than going out.
  • Jan 8, 2020The Race of Faith
    Jan 8, 2020
    The Race of Faith
    Series: Bible Study
    Hebrews 12:1; 1 Corinthians 9:24; 2 Chronicles 20:15-17; 2 Timothy 4:6-7
    - We must go all out and leave everything on the field.
    - We cannot run different races the same way.
    - Whether we are running a marathon or a sprint, we yet need patience.
    - Even in activities that are at a fast pace, we still have to be patient.
    - There is a skill to running a race.
    - On your mark. Get set. Go.  We have to be on our mark and not worry about anyone else's. 
    - Forget about staying in your lane, stay on your mark.
    - Our mark may not always stay the same.
    - Get set.  Get ready.  We need to be more ready for the things of God than the the things of the world.
    - Go.  We can't stay where we are.
    - What keeps us from moving is the comfort of the familiar.
    - The only running we can do and not move is running in place.
    - Wherever God is taking us is always a better place than where we are.
    - We are running the race to finish it and we are running to win.