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Sermon: Satan’s arsenal of weapons

Sermon: Satan's arsenal of weapons

Introduction

Satan has a formidable arsenal of weapons which he uses against us, but none so well-used as these mentioned here. At various times all of us have fallen victim to these weapons. See if any of them sound familiar to you:

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Sermon: The Spiritual Warfare

Sermon: The spiritual warfare

Introduction

“Stand firm” is the keyword used in this passage.  It’s vital that we understand this word properly because it’s the key to unlocking the whole passage. In the military sense of the word “stand firm” means for holding one’s ground. “steko” is how the word is rendered in Greek and it gives the same meaning, (to stand firm in faith and duty, to be constant, to persevere, to remain steadfast and to continue in a state.)

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Sermon: Jesus heals ten men with Leprosy

Sermon: Jesus heals ten men with Leprosy

Introduction

People ask “If God really exists why do we suffer so much in life?” There are many answers. A possible explanation is that God has a great purpose in man’s sufferings. He use sufferings to bring the sufferer to know his saving power. Luke’s narrative of Jesus healing the 10 Lepers is a classic example. Let’s see.

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Sermon: The anointing of God

Sermon: The anointing of God

Introduction

The current revival that is sweeping the world speaks a great deal about “the anointing of God.” The term raises several questions. In this message I want to attempt to answer some of those questions.

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Sermon: The Holy Communion

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Introduction

The Holy Communion is an act of worship we engage every Sunday. It is also known as the Lord’s supper as well as the Eucharist. A term with its roots in the Greek ‘eucharisto’ which means ‘giving of thanks’.

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Sermon: Three reasons why Christians don’t celebrate Halloween?

Sermon: Three reasons why Christians don't celebrate Halloween?

Introduction

Early Druids in France worshipped Samhain on 1st of November. They believed evil spirits left to harm people in such nights. People thought leaving food for them will neutralize the danger. Later on the Catholics made it a Christian holiday which they called “All Saints’ day”. So the night before became the “Hallowed Evening”. Later on it was shortened as “Halloween”. Halloween is not for the Children of God! But why? Let me explain you.

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