Sep 01, 2019 — Elisha Freeman —
God has embedded some laws that transcend into all phases of life. One of those is that whatever we plant that is what we harvest. This morning we start our brand new sermon series entitled ‘Reaping What You Sow” and that if we plant an earthly perspective we will reap a crop that is earthly but if we plant a heavenly perspective we will reap the godly.
Aug 11, 2019 — Elisha Freeman —
As we bring our series on the Armor of God to a close, we arrive at the last piece of armor and that is the helmet of salvation. While the helmet is the last piece of armor it is not the least important. In our struggle against Satan, it is vital to stand firm in God and the salvation He has planned and provided through Jesus. This morning, the Apostle Paul will remind us of the great salvation that we have right now
Jul 21, 2019 — Elisha Freeman —
As we struggle against Satan and his schemes, God has provided specific pieces of armor that when put together empower us to stand and resist Satan. Among those pieces, is the breastplate of righteousness. This morning we will learn what this righteousness is and how it helps us in this struggle.
Jul 14, 2019 — Elisha Freeman —
You will know the truth and the truth will set you free. In a day like ours, these words spoken by Jesus in John 8, have never meant more. Truth is essential in our struggle against Satan and his schemes. This morning the Apostle Paul will remind us of the importance of truth and where truth can be found.
Jul 07, 2019 — Elisha Freeman –
As July starts and we focus on finishing the second half of the year well, we turn our attention back to building an unwavering faith. In light of this theme, we will study Ephesians 6:10-18 for the next several weeks and learn about the Armor of God. This morning our focus will be on the need for the armor of God and our response to the forces of darkness that we struggle against daily.
May 26, 2019 — Elisha Freeman
Most of us here this morning are billionaires. From a time perspective, if we have lived 35 years then we would have 1,103,760,000 seconds. If we have lived to age 45, then we would have 1,419,120,000 seconds. How does a Christian spend this much time? One way is in prayer. This morning we are going to be reminded of the necessity of prayer to our spiritual life.
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