'faith' Tagged Sermons

'faith' Tagged Sermons

Faith is a Verb

The Verb, Faith

Faith is a Verb Alan Parry Like both Love and Hope, Faith, in the Bible is never referred to as a noun, Faith is a verb. It is that which we do, that which we act upon, that through which decisions are made. The most important decision of your life and your forever hangs upon FAITH. Hebrews 11
Ephesians Survey

Philippians Survey

The Book of Philippians Survey   Pr Edi Giudetti     Background   Paul had planted the Church of the Philippians in the area of Philippi a colony of Rome, in Macedonia. It was named after Philip of Macedon, the King and father of Alexander the Great. And it became a Roman Province.   As with all these ancient cities, pagan worship and Idolatry abounded. Philippi was beset by the debauchery of Bacchus worship and the entrance of New Mystery…
Ephesians Survey

The Book of Haggai Survey

The Book of Haggai Survey Pr Edi Giudetti   Preamble, Faith and Money.   Haggai challenges our faith in a way unlike any other book in the Bible, it hits us hard where we like it least and that is particular with respect to money. Money is the one area in which most people desire to separate from their faith, it is untouchable for many, sooner we give up our faith than give up that which we think brings us…
Exodus

The Book Of Joshua Survey

The Book Of Joshua Courage Pr Edi Giudetti 19/3/2017     Courage; is a characteristic that is developed and not inherent. No person is said to have been born brave. Courage stems from a firm conviction that that which you believe is true and absolute. Forms of courage can be witnessed even in the world today, some demonstrate it by their conviction to ideology, some have it encouraged by the confidence given them by those who share the same conviction,…
Exodus

The Book of Numbers Survey

Scripture teaches that ‘there is a rest appointed unto the people of God’, Numbers is an example of Gods children who did not enter into that rest, a rest that is attained by faith. In short, when we believe God at his word and act accordingly, we “rest” in him. When we do not, we labour in ourselves.