1. You Can Be Bulletproof


    from Word of Life Ministries / Added

    This full length service is from Word of Life Ministries in Simpsonville, SC. It was preached by Bishop John C. Smith, Jr. on Sunday, March 15, 2015.

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    • Garth Hickey - February 24, 2015


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      Garth speaks about the power God and His Spirit versus Satan. Garth Hickey Ministries: http://www.deliverancehollywood.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/GarthHickey Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/garth-virginia-hickey/17/a08/787 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/garth.hickey Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user10430902

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      • SPIRITUAL DEFENSIVE WEAPONS (Part 3 of 5) By: Pastor Calvin Bergsma (Georgetown Christian Fellowship)


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        SPIRITUAL DEFENSIVE WEAPONS (Part 3 of 5) Life can be difficult at times it can feel like a BATTLE… can any of you relate? From birth to death our lives are a series of struggles & obstacles. Many words could be used to describe this struggle but “WAR” seems to be most fitting. The word “War” conjures up a lot of mental imagery, warfare has many components: ● Enemies ● Territory ● Weapons ● Strategy ● Battles ● Casualties ● Winners ● Losers The Bible describes our Christian walk as a battle we are called to “fight the good fight.” and “put on the full armor of God” Ephesians 6:10-12 “Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of His might. Put on the full armor of God, so that you will be able to stand firm against the schemes of the devil. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.” WE KNOW WHAT NATURAL WAR IS and dread and avoid it (if possible) but at times it comes to our door step! ● If our country was under attack we could not avoid it, we would have to fight or be conquered. ● The Bible tells us that God’s kingdom is under attack and we cannot avoid this conflict! Satan who God tells us is “the god of this world” is actively fighting against God and all the followers of Christ. So, we are involved in the conflict, there can be no conscientious objectors! ● If we could see everything that was going on around us (in the spiritual realm) we would be shocked and probably act very differently than we do now. (This message continues our study on how to engage and defeat this enemy of our souls.)

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        • Armor wk5 - The shield


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          At the very moment that Paul wrote his letter to the Ephesians, he might well have been chained to a soldier sporting the armor of the Roman Empire. Paul could see firsthand how frail the defenses of man were against the enemy. The life of a believer is a war and the Apostle Paul tells us to "be strong in the Lord." With the armor Christ has given to the Church, believers can stand firm in the strength of His might. Over the next 6 weeks Pastor Zach will unpack Ephesians 6 and the Armor God says to put on to stand the attacks we encounter. Listen to the audio here: http://therdchurch.podomatic.com/entry/2015-02-08T13_31_37-08_00

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          • Last Supper and Communion


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            • The Whole Armor of God - We're Growing: Eph 6:21-24 | Deacon Ordination & Baptisms


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              Final Ephesians sermon Deacon Ordinations Baptism

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              • Meeting People Head On with Ray Schmautz 13: Swordplay and Prayer


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                Ephesians 6:10-20 draws a parallel between what Roman soldiers wore into battle with what we Christians need to prepare ourselves with for our daily battle against the things that would lead us away from God’s will for our lives. In today’s installment of “Meeting People Head On”, we will begin by talking about the “sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God.” Now, in the Greek language, there are a couple words that are used for the English “Word”. The particular one that Paul uses here in Ephesians is not the typical “Logos”, which means the full, encompassing being of God or Jesus Christ, but “Rehema”, or utterance of God to our hearts. So, if we are supposed to take the “Rehema” of God into every day of our lives, we need to be memorizing Scripture so that the actual sentences, or utterances, of God’s word can be ours for the wielding! What is most interesting about this part of the Full Armor of God, is that while all the other pieces we’ve discussed are defensive, this one – the sword of the Spirit – is the only one that is meant to be used for offense against Satan. We need to use the Bible – the word or Rehema of God – in our own lives, as well as in sharing the Gospel of Christ with other people. It’s these individual truths that are all throughout Scripture that will help you with your daily decisions and attitudes. They give you guidance and insight on how to fight the good fight against Satan in this battle for you to be all that God wants you to be. The next paragraph of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians talks about prayer: 18 With all prayer and petition pray at all times in the Spirit, and with this in view, be on the alert with all perseverance and petition for all the saints, 19 and pray on my behalf, that utterance may be given to me in the opening of my mouth, to make known with boldness the mystery of the gospel, 20 for which I am an ambassador in chains; that in proclaiming it I may speak boldly, as I ought to speak. Satan will often accuse each of us about not praying enough. I know, it sounds weird – why would he want you to pray more? It’s not that he wants you to pray more, but he knows what is important to you and will use whatever method he can, including accusations and lies, to distract you from drawing closer to God. These verses show that the Spirit of God is the key to our moment-by-moment relationship with the Lord. So, “praying in the Spirit” is simply being a Christian who is filled with the Holy Spirit, listening to what the Spirit has to say to you, so that you can pray according to the leading of God’s will. It’s not necessarily that you have a “prayer language”, which the Bible lists as a giftedness in this area for some people, but simply sensing and yielding to the promptings of God’s Spirit in regards to what to be praying for. You will receive insights from God that can only come from Him. And best of all, you will see results from your prayer life! I hope that you have many other Believers in your life who you are praying for. As we pray for one another, persevere with each other, and continually encourage one another through the tough times of life, that’s when we will regularly see God’s working in our lives and answering our prayers. Just as Paul asked the church in Ephesus to pray for him, we need to pray for other Christians today in the same way. When you became a Christian, the Bible says that you were also made a minister of Christ. You are now a person who should spread the Word of God and be used by God because you know His Word. All of us have the same calling as Paul did: to make known with boldness the mystery of the gospel. Think about it – when you became a Christian and made the decision to follow Jesus, why did He leave you here on earth at that moment? Some might say that it is so that you can get to know Him better. But, if that’s the case, it would be better to die right away than to stay here on earth. Any of us would get to know Jesus better in heaven than here, right? The truth is that God left us here to witness and share Jesus’ truths and to be someone He can use in the lives of other people. So, like Paul, we need to have the boldness – or freedom – to speak wherever we go about Jesus Christ. And, we need other Christians to be praying for us in this daily endeavor. To be bold, you don’t need to be an extrovert or charismatic, you simply need to have the freedom (from internal hurdles as well as external) to talk about and show the world who Jesus is. For more encouraging and engaging videos and podcasts, visit the E-Squared Media Network at www.e2medianetwork.com.

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                • Armor of God


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                  Putting on the spiritual armor of God. We do not wrestle against the human things of this world but against spiritual forces.

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                  • The Whole Armor of God - The Army of Prayer: Eph 6:18


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