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Sun, Sep 20, 2020
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55 mins 39 secs
As a fallen creation, we are bound to fall into fear, shame, guilt and all the negative emotions that we as humans experience. In this study, Pastor Rod teaches from Genesis 3 and 1 John 4 and we learn that perfect love casts out all fear. God loves us and wants us to experience His love everyday, enjoy Him, and rest on all of His promises. No matter what the world throws at us, no matter the opinions of what people say about us, our identity is in Christ alone!
Wed, Sep 16, 2020
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1 hr 8 mins 9 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in Nehemiah chapter 9, about the Israelites confessing their sins. The Israelites were celebrating reading God's Word. They were confessing their iniquities and they were coming back to God's presence. We want to have clear connection with God. The answer is humility and repentance.
Sun, Sep 13, 2020
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45 mins 3 secs
Pastor Rene explains from James 1:1-8 how, WHEN (not if) trials come, you as a Believer in Jesus can have joy in the middle of those trials. But how? Through daily devotions in prayer, through the Holy Spirit, and by reading the Word of God.
Wed, Sep 09, 2020
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1 hr 5 mins 53 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in Nehemiah 8 where we see Ezra and the leaders read the Word of God. When the people began to understand the Word, they began to weep. But that weeping and mourning turned into joy. There was a revival because the people had a love for the Word as they understood it. Let a revival happen within you as you begin to study God's Word and your understanding of it grows.
Sun, Sep 06, 2020
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45 mins 10 secs
Pastor Rod teaches from Revelation 19:10-21 about our Lord and Savior. Jesus is worthy to be worshiped and is the King of kings and Lord of lords! Think about Him; think about creation and what is to come. It is foolish to not worship God!
Wed, Sep 02, 2020
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1 hr 3 mins 12 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in Nehemiah 7, where we see a list of those who came back to Jerusalem after the captivity. We also see how people were appointed different responsibilities in the work of the Lord. Are you doing what the Lord has planned for you?
Sun, Aug 30, 2020
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1 hr 1 mins 1 sec
Revelation 19 starts off with a great worship service before God (verses 1-6) as it takes place after two of the world's evil systems have been destroyed, and ends with a great wedding (verses 7-9)! The takeaway is, it is important for us to know the things we can always praise God for and to praise Him in the moment. As Erwin Lutzer said, "If we haven't learned to be worshipers, it doesn't matter how well we do anything else."
Wed, Aug 26, 2020
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58 mins 13 secs
In this study we learn about the conspiracies and constant attacks against Nehemiah but with his discernment by God's wisdom, he was able to stand his ground. Despite the opposition, Nehemiah focused on what God had called him to do which was to rebuild the Jerusalem walls. Don't be moved by the persuasions of men if you know that God has said differently in His word. Stay true to what God has called you to do despite the enemies attacks.
Sun, Aug 23, 2020
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1 hr 7 mins 34 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in Revelation 18 (1-18) about the fall of Babylon. We learn how Babylon is the evil, worldly system and this chapters speaks of both political and commercial systems. It is this worldly system that is deceptively woven into our secular culture, which does everything it can to take our focus away from God. Our question is, what is the Babylon is your life? What is pulling you away from God?
Wed, Aug 19, 2020
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1 hr 0 mins 48 secs
In this study, Pastor Rod goes through the book of Nehemiah (Chapter 5) where we see the Jews going through some issues financially, mentally and spiritually. The decisions we make without God's provision or green light can often lead to even more bad decisions and not so pleasant results. Nehemiah's actions in this book were also justified. Instead of letting his anger get the best of him, he used God's wisdom and guidance in handling situations like these. We can all take these as life lessons ourselves.