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Nov 4, 2018
The Holy Spirit: Leaving A Legacy
Tabitha, who we find at the end of Acts 9, is a woman of God who took her gift as a seamstress and used it to impact her community for Christ. Her legacy of service and compassion was so great, the people she left behind after her death sent for the Apostle Peter to come and restore her life. In this message we ask, "What is our legacy?"
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  • Nov 4, 2018The Holy Spirit: Leaving A Legacy
    Nov 4, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Leaving A Legacy
    Tabitha, who we find at the end of Acts 9, is a woman of God who took her gift as a seamstress and used it to impact her community for Christ. Her legacy of service and compassion was so great, the people she left behind after her death sent for the Apostle Peter to come and restore her life. In this message we ask, "What is our legacy?"
  • Oct 28, 2018The Holy Spirit: A Changed Heart Produces Changed Actions
    Oct 28, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: A Changed Heart Produces Changed Actions
    Saul demonstrates to believers what happens when we are transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit, reject the world, and follow after Christ. Those who once praised Saul and supported him quickly turned their backs on him. Those who rejoiced in the havoc he wreaked upon the church plotted to kill him. When you and I make Christ Lord of our lives, there will be those who once accepted us who will quickly reject us. 
  • Oct 16, 2018The Holy Spirit: Zeal Tempered With Truth
    Oct 16, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Zeal Tempered With Truth
    If there is one thing we know about Saul, he was a man of strong conviction. He was zealous to the point of hurting those who he believed were a danger to his faith. He persecuted followers of Christ and tried to break them. He would stop them from proliferating their lies no matter what it took. In Acts 9, Jesus confronts saw and reveals he was not helping God, He was fighting against Him.
  • Oct 14, 2018The Holy Spirit: Opening Our Spiritual Eyes
    Oct 14, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Opening Our Spiritual Eyes
    Saul was broken by God. This mighty warrior against the church, reduced to being led by the hand by those who were supposed to be following him. This zealot, fasting and waiting for someone whom he came to persecute, to have mercy and lay hands on him.  Everything changed in an instant, Saul's spiritual eyes were opened and his life forever changed.
  • Sep 30, 2018The Holy Spirit: Be Obedient In All Things
    Sep 30, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Be Obedient In All Things
    As we conclude Acts chapter eight, we find Philip has been instructed by God to travel into the desert. The Holy Spirit does not provide him with any additional details. Imagine you are Philip for a moment and the Holy Spirit has been moving mightily. The sick are being healed, people delivered, and many added to the church, but then God instructs you to leave.  He asks you to walk away from the excitement, the miracles, the church He used you to begin and travel to the desert. Would you go? Would you be obedient?
  • Sep 16, 2018The Holy Spirit: Beware Counterfeits
    Sep 16, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Beware Counterfeits
    As we continue into Acts chapter eight, we find Philip has traveled to Samaria and is preaching the gospel. Along with presenting the message of salvation, the Holy Spirit is using Philip to perform signs and wonders. Here, we find a man named Simon who was also a sorcerer. He was intrigued by the signs and message of Philip, but more importantly, he sees the crowd that once called him "the great power of God" leaving to follow another. In this message we look at the need to be aware of those seeking influence instead of Christ.
  • Sep 13, 2018The Holy Spirit: Our Comfort Vs. His Plans
    Sep 13, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Our Comfort Vs. His Plans
    There is a transition that occurs in Acts chapter eight after the martyrdom of Stephen. Saul, emolden by Stephen's death, begins to persecute the church with frightening effectiveness. This causes multitudes of believers to flee Jerusalem in fear. Could this persecution be part of God's plan?
  • Sep 2, 2018The Holy Spirit: Do Not Resist Him
    Sep 2, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Do Not Resist Him
    When Stephen is brought before the religious leaders and falsely accused of blasphemy, he gives a message they could not ignore. He began with Abraham and explained as he went how Israel had a history of rejecting those whom God sent as His servants. He stresses the rejection of Moses, the abuse of the prophets, and finally the betrayal and murder of Christ. Stating in Acts 7:51, "You always resist the Holy Spirit; as your fathers did, so do you."  In this message we look at the response of his accusers and its application to our lives today.
  • Aug 19, 2018The Holy Spirit: Serving Together
    Aug 19, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Serving Together
    In Acts chapter six, division has entered the church and the apostles can no longer handle the load all by themselves. They needed help with this church of over 20,000 people. The apostles seek the direction of the Holy Spirit and He guides them to recruit leaders to help serve the people. Each church needs people willing to serve together. The burden is too great, the mission too large, and the message too important.
  • Aug 15, 2018The Holy Spirit: Beyond The Suffering
    Aug 15, 2018
    The Holy Spirit: Beyond The Suffering
    In Acts chapter five, the apostles are arrested. The religious leaders threatened them, but when it was clear threats would not stop them, they had the apostles given 39 lashes by the Romans and released. The response of the apostles was a testimony to those who witnessed first hand and it is a testimony to you and I today.  "So they departed from the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for His name" (Acts 5:41).

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