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Sermons on “Acts”

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The Presence Driven Church

God has purposes for every single one of us that he wants us to accomplish.

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Atonement – It Was Necessary

Paul spoke of Jesus death as being necessary. It is necessary for two reasons. Jesus had to die for us because our predicament was so grave, there was no other way. Jesus wanted to die for us, it was the only way for love to have the final word. In Acts 17:1-7 we see the need for the Atonement.

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Miracles – Supernatural Help

In Acts 16:16-33, we explore the nature of miracles. What is a miracle? The Book of Acts gives us a vocabulary for faith. This talk explores the concept of miracles. Miracles are a less common operation of God in which He inspires awe, wonder and worship of Himself.

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Conversion – A New Way to See

What is faith? The Book of Acts gives us a vocabulary for faith. This talk explores the concept of conversion. Grace brings about a new perspective. In Acts 9:1-9,17-19, we see a renewed a man changed by the revelation of who Jesus is.

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How can I be filled with the Holy Spirit?

God wants to give us the gift of himself. That is what relationship with him through Jesus looks like.

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Expectation of Receiving

We must be expectant that God is actually Good and when he promises his Holy Spirit. He is promising himself, our greatest good.

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Expectation of Great Things to Come

Peter said to the lame man, “Look at us…” So it is with Christ, He chooses broken people to help and heal broken people. What talent, gift or treasure has God give you to help others?

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Expectation or Perplexity

God calls us to walk as people who are mediators and leaders. His grace is sufficient for us whether we feel it or not. His desire is to bless us and calls us to walk in His ways.

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The End is the Beginning

Paul is shipwrecked on Malta. God delivers him. We only need a miracle when we actually need one.

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