February 23, 2014 Worship Sets

Posted on Feb 23 at 09:53am

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My Tribute

Bless His Holy Name

To God Be The Glory

The Love Of God

The Power Of The Cross

Take My Life And Let It Be


February 23, 2014 Sermon Notes

Posted on Feb 23 at 09:46am

Today is a day of stories of what God has done through our 40 Days of Prayer and Fasting.


February 16, 2014 Sermon Notes

Posted on Feb 16 at 09:08am

Nehemiah // Relationships

Nehemiah 5:1-19

1. Sources of the Conflict (Nehemiah 5:1-5)

A. Lack of sensitivity to the needs of others.

B. Lack of seriousness about what God says.

Yet, exposure of the problem is not a bad thing.

 

Principle

Don’t be afraid of the pressure points that bring exposure to the problems in our relationships. This brings opportunity to deal with them.

 

 

2. Solution to the Conflict (Nehemiah 5:6-13)

A. Think before you act — “I took counsel with myself.” (Nehemiah 5:6-7)

B. Identify and communicate the source of conflict clearly (Nehemiah 5:7-8)

C. Point to the standard (Nehemiah 5:9)


February 16, 2014 Worship Sets

Posted on Feb 16 at 08:59am

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We’re Marching To Zion

Come Thou Almighty King

Glorify Thy Name

Majesty

There’s Something About That Name

Jesus What A Mighty Name

Have Thine Own Way


February 9, 2014 Sermon Notes

Posted on Feb 09 at 09:17am

Nehemiah // Sacrifice

Main idea: In order for God to fulfill all He planned for us and others, it requires sacrifice.

Matthew 26:36-39

​1. Look patiently past the immediate burden and toward its future reward.

Looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God – Hebrews 11:2

​​2. Depend fully on God because you are weak and others are too.
3. Fight regularly to surrender your will until the Father completes his will through you.

February 9, 2014 Worship Sets

Posted on Feb 09 at 09:09am

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At The Name Of Jesus

Victory In Jesus

My Jesus I Love Thee

Lord Have Mercy

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

I Have Decided To Follow Jesus

Contemporary

Here For You

Cornerstone

Victor’s Crown

Jesus You Are

In Christ Alone


February 2, 2014 Sermon Notes

Posted on Feb 02 at 09:39am

Nehemiah // Perserverance

When we take a step to make a real difference for God, here’s the timeless axiom we can expect to experience: Our greatest personal victories are almost always followed by periods of intense opposition (Chip Ingram, Holy Ambition, 157).

Main idea: How we persevere in the face of opposition determines whether we accomplish what God has put in front of us.

Nehemiah 4:1-23

The enemy’s oldest weapon is a barrage of words. In the form of ridicule, it needs no factual ammunition, not even argument (Derek Kidner, Ezra and Nehemiah, 98).

Why angry?

1) These opponents fear losing influence or control.

2) These opponents have been at odds with the Jewish people — hatred and division from the past.

1. Words that distract (Nehemiah 4:1-6)

A. You don’t have the ability to do this.

B. The task is too big.

C. Nehemiah’s Response: pray and continue to work (4-6).

It is a prayer for God to act on behalf of His justice in the world, not act to carry out our personal vengeances.

2. Words that paralyze (Nehemiah 4:7-9)

A. This will result in you and your family getting hurt.

B. Nehemiah’s response: pray and take wise, next steps.

3. The influence of words: lose heart and focus (Nehemiah 4:10-12).

A. We’re overwhelmed and others say we should give up.

B.  Nehemiah’s response: return to the task together with new tactics and fresh urgency (15-23).


February 2, 2014 Worship Sets

Posted on Feb 02 at 09:30am

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All Creatures Of Our God And King

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Say The Name

Lord Be Glorified

Lord I Want To Be A Christian

Change My Heart O God