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Pastor Ricley was asked to define what it is to walk in victory with Christ. He answered the question using Joseph’s life as an example, showing how God brings us through every accusation brought against us. Our victory is assured because Jesus ever lives to make intercession for us.
John was writing to the various churches about endurance – endurance in tribulation and the things that pertain to our eternal security. Endurance is a patience that does not surrender to circumstances or succumb under trial, a patience that doesn’t accept defeat. God uses John to bring constructive correction to churches and promises for those who overcome the trials…
God has a purpose in all our lives. Sometimes we go through really hard things to either prepare us for His use or so that those around us can see Him working through our circumstances. In the midst of the devil’s lying voice we need to remain steadfast and hold to the promises of God, trusting that He has a plan we cannot yet see.
God shut Noah in and provided all the protection he needed through the judgment that He brought on the land. God wants to shut us in to teach us that He’ll fight our battles for us, direct our lives, bring us peace in the midst of turmoil, safety in any storm. As we allow Him to teach us and transform us, we become His tabernacle and we can take Him wherever we go to…
We are given the shield of faith as part of the armor of God. If we live in a physical realm, we expect the shield to protect us. Shield of faith is to be used to protect the character of our life. There are things that come our way in the physical realm that come against our flesh, our family, the church. We’re meant to use the shield to stop circumstances from touching…
The Bible tells us that God has given His church wings with which to fly above the storm and get to the storm shelter. Daniel is an example of a man who did that very thing.
God had a way to get between the Israelites and the approaching Egyptian army, and He has a way to get between you and your enemy today!
Do you want to be a chicken or an eagle in the kingdom of God? Knowing what God’s dream for His people is gives us the opportunity to make it our dream, too, and to use the wings God gives the church to soar in the spirit.
This message reveals how we can learn to be truly content and satisfied in our life if we let Jesus Christ be our one and only God.