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Philippians1:19-21 I. The Christian Life Is POSSIBLE. “For me to live is CHRIST.” The resources of the Christian life are Christ Himself. There is no demand made upon my life that is not a demand upon the Christ within me.  (Phil. 4:13) II. The Christian Life is PERSONAL. “To me.” III. The Christian Life is   Read More …

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Ephesians 6:10, Revelation 21:11 INTRO: (1)  The Devil Opposes  “Satan”–Adversary   (2)  The Devil Deceives   a.  By Contradicting the Truth   b.  By Counterfeiting the Truth   c.  By Concealing the Truth   (3)  Satan Accuses:  “The accuser of the brethren…”   a.  Accuses us to God   b.  Accuses us to Man     Read More …

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Ephesians 1:15, 2:7, 3:7-11 The Dynamic of Salvation INTRO: Salvation is like a room with many windows, each window gives a different view of the same room. It takes all the windows to give an adequate view of the room. One of thee windows is our ONENESS WITH CHRIST. This is required if we are   Read More …

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Galations 5:16-26 There are three enemies: DEVIL (Temptor) – The outside reference to sin. He cannot make anyone sin but he is seeking to lure me away. He      came in the form of a creature over whom man already had dominion. WORLD (Temptation) – This is the bait the devil uses to lure me away.   Read More …

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Galatians 3:6-14 INTRO: It might surprise you to know that many people are living under a curse. A greater surprise—who they are: the religious, upright, decent, moral, etc. Greatest surprise is how they got under the curse: THROUGH RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY, FAITHFUL OBSERVANCE OF RELIGIOUS DUTIES, ETC. ENDEAVORING BY THESE TO PLEASE GOD AND GAIN ACCEPTANCE   Read More …

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2 Corinthians 12:7-10 I. ESTABLISH THE PRINCIPLE.  “”My strength is made perfect in your weakness.”  To be strong in the Lord, we must become weak in ourselves. II. EXAMINE THE PROCESS.  “There was given me a thorn in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to buffet (lit., beat with fists) me.” III. EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES. 1.  Door of   Read More …

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2 Cor. 7:10, NEB INTRO:  The difference between people isn’t the ABSENCE of trouble, but their ATTITUDE towards it…. WHAT YOU DO WITH IT. There are two things you can do with it: (1)   Bear it God’s Way (2)   Bear it the World’s Way -  death, bitterness, resentment, etc. HOW TO BEAR IT GOD’S WAY:   Read More …

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2 Corinthians 5:1-10 “For we KNOW that if the earthly tent. . . is torn down . . . we have a building from God.”  Others may speculate but we know what will happen when we depart this life. I. WE HAVE THE CERTAINTY OF RESURRECTION AND TRANSFORMATION.  Verse 1-5 “Torn down”: literally, “dismantled.”  Speaks of   Read More …

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2 Corinthians 1: 3-7 I. Suffering Teaches Us About God.  Verse 3.       1.  The Father of Mercies, lit. “the pityings.”      2.  The God of ALL Comfort.  The Father of Mercies indicates His feeling toward us, the God of all Comfort indicates His actions toward us. II. Suffering is an Essential Part of the Christian Life.    Read More …

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1 Corinthians 15:14-58 I.    THERE IS SOMETHING BEYOND THIS LIFE.  Verses 14-24 Vs 19: “If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable.” II.   THERE IS SOMETHING BETTER THAN THIS LIFE.  Verses 24-28               1.   Sin conquered               2.   Savior Crowned               3.   Saints changed               4.   Salvation   Read More …

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Romans 8:28-30 We have been dealing with victory over sin, Satan and self. But there is another area of victory we must know if we are to live a consistent life of conquering and continuing. There are two kinds of circumstances: 1. Those I can change: these present little or no problem. 2. Those I   Read More …

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Romans 2:1-6,16 Intro: There is a man running down the road and a bear is chasing him. He jumps into a well to escape, sees a rattlesnake coiled at the bottom, ready to strike, frantically grabs hold of a branch, hangs there, notices two mice chewing on the branch, a white mouse and a black   Read More …

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