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Having A Heavenly Vision
Acts 26:19-29 (Part of the Revival 2019 series).
No matter who you are or what you’ve done, you’ll need a heavenly vision from God. It’s not what you’ve done or been thru but about what Jesus Christ did on the cross. You must be a willing vessel to have that Heavenly Vision. Each and every saved person has had their own personal Heavenly Vision. God has to come to you first for you to be saved, this is the Heavenly Vision. When God comes searching and calls out for you to be saved, this is your age of accountability.
Preached by Cameron Crisp on September 14, 2019 (Revival).
Sober Minded Christian
Romans 7:24-25 (Part of the Revival 2019 series).
The mind is a very complicated thing to get lined up with Gods Word. We stress about others, we worry about things and constantly struggle with the flesh and spiritual. Your heart might be into God 100% but where is your mind? We are our own worst enemy. Sin is sin. It was wrong then and it’s still wrong today. One can’t be comfortable in sin and be saved. It’s never been about you and never will be. It’s all about Jesus Christ! You want to feel free, give it to Jesus. When God does something in you it’s something that nothing else can compare. Your only help comes from above, Jesus. Romans 8:1; If you’ve been saved then your soul is saved. Your mind is still flesh and fights with sin every second. Romans 8:6; If you start feeding your mind then you’ll surely end in death whether in spiritual or physical. It’s a choice with free will on whom you will serve, the spirit or flesh. Christians must have a sober mind. This is not referring to being drunk. Skip one service and then the flesh will take over. Then there’s the second service you’ll skip, then the third, forth, fifth. You should be in the house of God every time the doors are open. Romans 8:34-37; when you start to wonder with your mind or begin to get depressed just stay in His word because you’ll quickly see that God STILL loves you. Romans 8:38-39; clearly nothing can come between a saved person and God. In the story of the prodigal son, the son came to himself and realized that he was in the wrong and remembered his father. When he returned home, his father seen him from afar and ran to him and kissed him. The father knew about his son and never gave up on him and loved him when he returned. Just as a person sitting in the back of the church that feels as if no one cares. Or that person that’s left the church and feels as if no one misses them. It’s a lie from the devil! The church loves you and prays for you to return just as the father did for his son. Don’t end up in a hogs pen trying to figure out why and how you got there. Don’t let your mind think that there’s something better out there.
Preached by Billy Hearon on September 12, 2019 (Revival).
1 Samuel 17:3-11 (Part of the Revival 2019 series).
Just in today’s time we have the lost or the world on one side and the saved or church on the other. In the middle is where the battle takes place. We should be willing to get into the valley and get fighting. Don’t depend on someone else to do your work. It’s a great feeling to be in church and get built up but, there comes a time when you’ve got to get out of your comfort zone and work for God. Stop listening to the devil 1 Sam 17:24-25 We must change and quit buying into the devils lies. The devil is looking to destroy you to keep you from doing what you’re supposed to be doing for God. David wasn’t worried about himself. Stop tearing others down. 1 Sam 17:28-29 There’s not a single person that knows another persons heart. Half the time you don’t even know your own heart. Your pride gets in the way and stops you from doing Gods work. 1 Sam 17:34-37 Don’t forget the mission 1 Sam 17:45-47 We get caught up into our surrounding and forget what our purpose is. Don’t forget the mission. Don’t you ever get caught up with the stuff in your life and push God out of your life? There must be action other than just sitting and praying. Jesus when He did His miracles there was always an action.
Preached by Cameron Crisp on September 11, 2019 (Revival).
Keep Your Nets Mended
Matthew 4:17-22 (Part of the Revival 2019 series).
In verse 17 we see Jesus’ first message. It was simply repent. No religion was given, only that all should repent. The church is the fisherman. The church reach out time and time again, praying an inviting and yet we at times comes back what seems like empty handed. But, don’t be weary in doing because Jesus is on our side. Just as fishers of the day, they labored to pull their nets, hoping to have a full net. At times they had to mend their nets, so should we. We should repent and keep our nets in good shape, keep our lives clean and mended towards God. The fishers left what they knew, they stopped fishing and followed Jesus. They surrendered what they did and followed after Him like it was nothing to them to just stop what they were doing. How many times have you been fishing on the wrong side of the boat? Out there in the world looking for something to give you joy or happiness. There are many that are called to do the work of Jesus but very few are chosen. Once born again we are ALL in it together. Satan wants to destroy all of us no matter what your calling is. Have you ever noticed that when you talk to someone and then they state that someone saved them? Not a single person can save another soul. Only Jesus can save, He’s the only way, truth and life. How many times have you reasoned with God? Simply pouring your heart out to Him. Having communion with Him and not the grape juice of holy wafers communion. You can pray to God with elegant words that tickles others ears but God isn’t impressed with articulate tongues. He wants your heart the way it is now without doctoring it up. So when your nets get torn or dirty listen to that still small voice. He warns us that it needs mended. Surrender and repent to allow Him to fix your heart. Self was dealt with on Sunday night. Monday night was getting the smoke out your eyes. Tonight we are dealing with mending our nets. It’s NOT what you can do for Christ but what Christ can do for you! We often get that backwards thinking we should be doing something for Christ. Christ didn’t halfway die for you, He went all the way.
Preached by Billy Hearon on September 10, 2019 (Revival).
Where There’s Smoke, There Should Be Fire
Exodus 19:18 (Part of the Revival 2019 series).
There are people today trying to live their life as a Christian but they are simply making smoke. In the time of Moses the magicians were able to “copy” Aaron and Gods works up until a certain point. They were able to fool others up until God proved them wrong and outdid them. Many of churches today have a building, a sign, a name, songs and even a designated preacher but they lack one thing and that’s the fire of God. Solomon built an altar unto God because he knew He needed to worship God. Solomon was ready to worship. We should attend church to ready before we arrive not after or during. What is the fire? John the Baptist said it the best. He said there is one that comes after him that will baptize you with fire and the Holy Ghost.
Preached by Cameron Crisp on September 9, 2019 (Revival).
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