SundaySchool: Why The Holy Spirit Came

This Is Your Sunday School Lesson.
Why The Holy Spirit Came!
Is a bible teaching session using verses from the Bible books of John and Acts, about the coming and ministry of the Holy spirit.

Why The Holy Spirit Came!

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WednesdayMorning: Dominion Of Man

Welcome in for the Wednesday Morning session podcast.
Dominion Of Man!
Is a sermon which shows that we are Created, Crowned, and Christened for Dominion.

Dominion Of Man!

SeniorCitizens: His Hands Are Getting Weary

Here is a devotional message given on location at the Senior Citizens nursing home.
His Hands Are Getting Weary!
Is a Bible message from Exodus chapter 17. Israel fought against Amalek. When Moses held up his hand, God’s people prevailed; but, when he let it down, the enemy prevailed. Moses’ hands became weary, but Aaron and Hur were there to help him hold them up. Our hands have to be held up to insure victory.

His Hands Are Getting Weary!

CourtYard: His Appearing And His Kingdom

This is the CourtYard podcast.
His Appearing And His Kingdom!
This is not only the title of this message from God’s anointed word, it describes two different events. Jesus will come to rapture his Church, that is His Appearing; then, he’ll come to earth again to rule and reign in righteousness; this, is His Kingdom. Second Timothy chapter 4, verses 1 and 2 provides the Scripture for the message.

His Appearing And His Kingdom!

ISHMinistry: Almost Too Simple

The ISH, Instruments Of Shining Hope, Ministry At South Henderson Pentecostal Holiness Church,
Reaches out to cancer patients and their families to minister to them during this trying time in their life. I had the opportunity to encourage them in their visitation and outreach recently with an informal chat while simply sitting at the table with them and sharing God’s word to encourage them. I thought you’d like to hear it as well. Although visitation and outreach, especially in hard situations can seem intimidating and a daunting task, Jesus makes it simple.
Almost Too Simple!
As the title implies. But, he simply says, Just treat people like you yourself want to be treated. Yeah so, the Golden Rule really does work, even in reaching out to others.

Alost Too Simple!

UniversalHealthCare: Diddy Daddy Duple

You should have been at Universal Health Care nursing home when the following devotional message was given, to see their smiling faces, hear their chuckles and fellowship with the wonderful residents. However, you can hear the audio of this message from god’s word, taken from the first six verses of Zechariah. The most unusual title is:
Diddy Daddy Duple!

Diddy Daddy Duple!

MensFellowship: Two Swords

This devotional message, entitled:
Two Swords!
Is from verses in Luke chapter 22. Lord, here are Two Swords, the disciples said. One, is the Sword of the flesh; and the other, is the Sword of the Spirit, which is the word of god.

Two Swords!

FridayNight: Reprobate

Here is a sermon from God’s holy word, entitled:
Reprobate!
The word Reprobate means reject. God’s people in the Old Testament were called Reprobate silver. The New Testament warns against things like a Reprobate Mind, Men, Measure, and Methods. One can get to the point, either through playing church or games with god, or by continually neglecting or rejecting him, that they can become Reprobate, even to the point of no return. While this is possible, it never has to happen to anyone. Come to Jesus, he will in no wise cast you out.

Reprobate!

SundayMorning8:30AM: Give Me Oil In My Lamp

This sermon, from Zechariah chapter 4, was recently preached at the Sunday morning 8:30 AM worship service. The title is:
Give Me Oil In My Lamp!
This complete lighting system which is revealed in this message from the candlestick vision helps us to know just how much God wants our Lamp to be burning brightly.

Give Me Oil In My Lamp!

SundayMorning11AM: God Always Has A Remnant

This sermon was recently preached during the 11 AM Sunday morning worship service.
The title is:
God Always Has A Remnant!
Romans 11:2-5 is used to show the faithful Remnant of God’s people who love and serve him no matter what others are doing.

God Always Has A Remnant!