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  • A Viper and the Holy Spirit

    Michael Petillo

    Date Preached: 
    October 2, 2016

    Paul was imprisoned, shipwrecked and bit by a viper, but he never murmured or complained. He pressed on in the calling that God had placed on his life. You too probably feel shipwrecked at times with the vipers of fear, anxiety, addiction, etc. trying to poison you. Paul was able to shake off the viper and so can you. When you fully rely on the truth of Scripture and the power of the Holy Spirit, you will see God bring you through every situation that arises in life.

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  • Spiritual Depression

    Carter Conlon

    Date Preached: 
    October 2, 2016
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  • The Shepherd's Love for You

    Gary Wilkerson

    Date Preached: 
    September 25, 2016
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  • Greetings From Caesar's House!

    Carter Conlon

    Date Preached: 
    September 25, 2016

    There are no coincidences with God, His hand is in every situation. Through the life of Paul, we learn that we have been captivated for a divine purpose and if Christ is in us, then God’s purpose for us cannot be stopped by hard circumstances. When we stop asking God to get us out of where we are and allow Him to show us the reason why He’s positioned us in difficult situations, our lives become a lighthouse that guides others out of danger and darkness. Don’t think what you’re going through is strange, like Paul, use your place of captivation as an opportunity to spread the Gospel and free those around you from their chains.

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  • Reaching for the Altar

    Michael Petillo

    Date Preached: 
    September 18, 2016

    The altar in the modern church is a place, whether physically at the front of a church or spiritually in our heart, where we go to draw close to God and commune with Him—often petitioning God for some personal need. We make the altar about us; but in Matthew, Jesus shows us that the altar is also about our brothers and sisters in Christ. He instructs us to leave the altar and go be reconciled to anyone who may have something against us. True intimacy with God, will birth in us a genuine concern for those around us. When the church is unified, God can move and bring revival.

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  • A Servant and a Friend

    Michael Petillo

    Date Preached: 
    September 11, 2016

    God always prepares His people for what is ahead. We see this in John when Jesus is preparing the disciples for his death and departure. How did Jesus prepare them? He changed the relationship. Jesus tells them they are no longer servants but friends. A servant is one who follows with blind, unquestioning obedience. A friend submits to authority with understanding. God knows you have questions, and He longs to answer them. Some of those answers will come in solitary times or from the pulpit, but many of our deepest questions are answered when we, like those in the book of Acts, devote ourselves to fellowship.

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