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Sunday, April 30 2017

What is Pentecost Sunday and why do we celebrate this day? We celebrate Pentecost Sunday on June 4th this year. The reason why is it is 50 days after the assentation of Jesus into heaven and the out pouring of the Holy Spirit on the 120 in the upper Room. It is 50 days after the resurrection of Jesus and counting Easter on the 50th day He Ascended into Heaven. It is also for us called the birth of the Church. It is the time that the Church began with the responsibility to for the teaching of the Kingdom of God. It is what we have been called to do as the proclamation in 1Peter 2:9 But you are a chosen Race, a Royal Priesthood, A Holy Nation, A People for God’s own possession so that you may proclaim the excellences of Him who has called you out of darkness into His marvelous light. 

1 Peter 2:9; Acts 1:1-14; Acts 2:1-8; Matthew 28:16-20; Mark 16:15-19; Luke 24:1-50; 

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Sunday, April 23 2017

Zechariah 4:6; 2 Samuel 24:2-4; 2 Samuel 24:9-10; Psalms 17:1-8; Psalms 19:12; Psalms 51:1-6;

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Sunday, April 16 2017

I want to challenge you “Today to LIVE READY” for the day may come when you need to trust and believe God. If you prepare every day for His coming you will not be disappointed. But if you hesitate you may miss His calling. Many spend time in things that make them happy but I will tell you today that it is but a temporary happiness that will fade away. There is only one kind of happiness and that is in LIVING A LIFE OF READINESS. If you have to get ready when opportunity comes your way, you are too late. Opportunity does not wait, not even while you pray. You must not have to get ready; you must live ready (Smith Wigglesworth)”.

The RESURECTION of Jesus Christ caused the world to be turned upside down and the world has never been the same and cannot be because He lives in a people who would dare to surrender their lives unconditionally to Him without question. He is our savior and Lord above all else. When we come to the realization that He is Faith arises in us and strengthens us. We want to do much in the flesh to accomplish only what can come from a supernatural experience and transformation. We must be Spirit led believers not just word followers. Because it is the Spirit and the Word interjected in to our spirit man and our soul (mind). In John 4:24 Jesus said to the Samaritan Woman that “God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship Him must worship in Spirit and Truth.”

BODY OF TEXT: John 4:24 Worship God in the Holy Spirit. Prayerlanguage. Philippians 3:3 we must become the True worshipers of God not spectators.  Matthew 14:23 Get alone with God and pray.

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Sunday, April 09 2017
What is the significance of Palm Sunday and why do we celebrate this day?

These are questions that are significant to the Church of Jesus Christ (every born Again Believer) because it sets up the beginning of the Kingdom of God in the Earth through His Church.

In Ephesians 1:4-5 we find that He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we would be holy and blameless before Him. This is very significant because God found us we were never looking for Him. He has always been looking for you and you’re here today not by chance “He chose you.” Jesus took that triumphant journey into Jerusalem just for you and I the Prince of Peace not as a conquering King but a King none the less to bring to the Earth a way for redemption for all mankind.

BODY OF TEXT: Ephesians 1:4-5; Matt.21:1-11; 1Sam.17:54; Zechariah 9:9; Ps.118:25-26; 2Cor.5:17-19; Romans 12:2;

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Sunday, April 02 2017

Revelation 4:11; Revelation 5:1-5; Revelation 5:11; James1:23; Ephesians 2:2-3; Job 39:27-29; Exodus 19:4; Isaiah 40:31; Mark 10:17-27;


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