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Pastor Ron Lewis: Faith Bible Church, Warren, Pa.


This week Pastor Ron continues the prologue of the Gospel of John.  We learn about the Word and creation and what that means.  Can you correctly answer this question?  Who is Jesus Christ?

Notes:

B. THE WORD AND CREATION (V3-5)            

1. The Word is the Creator of all things V3

a.  Stated Positively…

b.  Stated Negatively…

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The Word And Creation

 

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This week Joe Casey wraps up his series, “The Fruit of the Spirit.”  He helps us learn just what self-control means in the Bible.

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Fruit of the Spirit is Self-Control – Joe Casey

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Pastor Ron Lewis: Faith Bible Church, Warren, Pa.


This week as Pastor Ron continues his series, “Spiritual Warfare,” we look at what it means to take up the sword of the Spirit.  How can we be prepared to fight the spiritual battles that lie before us?

Notes:

d.  How does it work on the spiritual battlefield…?                  

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e.  What does it mean to take it up…?

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Take up the Sword of the Spirit

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Pastor Ron Lewis: Faith Bible Church, Warren, Pa.


Ephesians 6:17b “and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.”  This week Pastor Ron continues his series, “Spiritual Warfare,” as he unpacks this verse. God has given us a special sword to use to defeat the enemy as we defend ourselves in our everyday Spiritual battle .

Notes:

6.  The Sword of the Spirit V17                                                              

a.  What is this sword…?

b.  How does it differ from the girdle…?

c.  Who does it belong to…?

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The Sword of the Spirit

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II Corinthians 5:17 (NIV) “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a
new creation; the old has gone, the new has come.”

When we know Christ personally he makes us new persons. Our sin debt has
been paid, and our old selves have been crucified in Christ. This takes place
on the inside of us in our spirits.

Since the old self has been “put off” and the new self has been “put on,” we
are totally new people and are empowered by the Holy Spirit to be conformed to
his image. Because of this we are directed by God’s Spirit and are able to understand the things of God which are revealed to us in the Word.

The hope within us is that we can change. This is really important to
understand. Christians are different when we fight the battle of fear because we
have a special power inside us for the fight. God wants us to become more like
him, and with his enabling power we can. He doesn’t want us to be slaves to fear.
It is his will that we change. We can hang onto this hope!

There is one problem with the above scripture. It sounds as though we are a
new and fully capable creation instantly. Actually, we are new in our inner spirit,
but we still have to learn how to apply the teachings of the Bible to our lives. As
we begin to do that we will begin to see the new creation that God gave us
surface to the outside. It is a process.

The old things will pass away and new things will take their place. We will
begin to think differently having more healthy thoughts.

I trust this scripture thought today will help fill your heart with a new hope!

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Joe Casey; Faith Bible Church, Warren, Pa.


Galatians 5:22f   Joe Casey continues his series on “The Fruit of the Spirit.”  This time we study the fruit of goodness.

What exactly is the fruit of goodness?  How can we have this fruit in our own lives?     galatians5_22-23

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Fruit of the Spirit is GOODNESS – Joe Casey

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Pastor Ron Lewis: Faith Bible Church, Warren, Pa.


 

 

Acts 2:37-42  Pastor Ron Lewis concludes, “The Sermon that Launched the Church,”series in this section of scripture.

When the Jews heard Peter preach they were convicted that they had really done something horrible by killing the Messiah.  They wondered what that should do now, and Peter told them to repent and be baptized.  The Church was launched with 3000 new believers.

Notes:

C. Peter’s Conclusion (V37-42)

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  1. The People’s Conviction V37
  2.  Peter’s Appeal V38-40
  3.  The People’s Response V41
  4.  The Church’s Practice V42

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The Ingathering

 

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