Sermons on “Spiritual Power”

11-01-15 Spiritual Warfare for Dummies Part 2

Pastor Hayden continues his talk on the power of prayer and Spiritual warfare. So many believers have a prayer life that is either spiritually hyper or spiritually anemic. He discusses the need to become Spiritually fine-tuned through prayer and becoming Biblically informed. (1 Cor. 3:1-3)

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10-18-15 Spiritual Warfare for Dummies

This week, Central Christian explores the topic of Spiritual Warfare: What it is, what it is not, and how when need to be prepared to engage in fighting the demonic in the lives of others. ( Ephesians 6:10-18)

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The Purpose of Pointlessness

Solomon discovered, even with all his worldly goods and wealth, that life is futile and pointless in and of itself. God uses this futility draw us to Himself and gives us a hope. Not a hope in the things of life, but a hope in Him that we can put our trust in now and in the world to come. (Romans 8:18-21, Ecclesiastes 1:1-14)

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Free People…Free People

In the 4th chapter of the book of Luke, Jesus Himself declared that the Spirit of the Lord anointed Him for the very purpose of preaching the Gospel, healing the broken, opening the eyes of the blind, and proclaiming liberty for the those held captive and are oppressed. We explore this freedom in Christ whereby we have been made free. (Luke 4:18-19, John 8:1-12)

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5-10-15 Abundant Christian Life: Holy Spirit Power

When Ananias came to lay hands on and pray for Saul (who later became Paul), it was for the purpose of receiving his sight and being filled with the Holy Spirit. It was that infield g of the Spirit that gave the Apostle Paul the power to take the Gospel to the nations. That same power is available to us today. (Acts 9:17, John 7:37-39)

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5-03-15 Abundant Christianity: The Helper

In Acts 1:8, Jesus said that we will receive power after the Holy Spirit comes upon us and we would be witnesses for Him unto the world. When we rely on the Spirit’s power in our life, we experience His abundance in the form of God’s gifts and the Spirit’s fruit. In these last days, we need to rely on His power, not just our efforts. (John 14:16-17)

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3-15-15 Profiles in Courageous Christianity: Introduction

Courageous Christian living is often a matter of doing what God’s Word directs us to do even when the world tells an easier way. The Apostle Peter gives us a perfect example of both failure and victory, fear and courage in the face of opposition. What made the difference? A believer determined to live out his faith and the Holy Spirit’s power infilling him. (Acts 4:1-12)

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2-08-15 The Power of “Who”

Often when sin has a hold on us, we ask how to overcome it when maybe the more important question is, “Who can help me over come it?” For it is our relationship with Christ and His shed blood washing us clean that sin is made powerless! (Romans 6 & 7)

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