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Sermons - Compromise

Do Not Grow Weary Nehemiah 5:1-6:4 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:57:31 2013-12-29 Chronological History of IsraelMoney and FinanceCompromiseUnity The Chronological History of Israel and Judah Series - Number 157. When external attacks aren't successful in stopping the work, then the attacks go internal. Disunity and compromise are just two of many tactics of the enemy. When invited to lower your standards, the answer is always "Ono".
It Is Written Matthew 4:1-11 Pastor Brian Nevins 01:00:46 2014-05-11 JesusGod the SonTrialsSatanBiblical AuthorityCompromiseChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 012 (Also referencing Mark 1:12-13, Luke 4:1-13) Jesus was tested in the wilderness for 40 days and nights, so that we might know as humans that temptation does not have to lead to sin. He remained faithful in spite of near death circumstances and constant battle with Satan using the only weapon that matters - the Word of God.
A Trial of Our Own Making John 18:12-27 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:46:31 2017-04-30 FaithTrialsCompromiseChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 146 (with reference to Matthew 26:57-75; Mark 14:53-72; Luke 22:54-71). While Jesus was being dragged into an illegal and unfair trial designed to condemn an innocent man, Peter was entering a trial of his own making. It wasn't that he failed so much as what he did to set himself up for failure. Sometimes what we think we are doing for God we are doing for ourselves.
Draw Near To God and He Will Draw Near To You James 4 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:53:55 2018-05-27 EpistlesPrayerGodly CharacterCompromiseIdolatryChronological Study-Early Church 031 - Chronological Study of the Early Church. We sometimes think that God has moved away from us, but it is we who have moved. James explores the many ways that we find ourselves as supposed castoffs and deals with the real heart issues that keep us far from God.

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