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Sermons - Persecution

Persecution and Prayer Acts 4:13-33 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:38:08 2017-10-22 PrayerEvangelismFaithChronological Study-Early ChurchPersecution 009 - Chronological Study of the Early Church. We must come to a point in our lives that we have to decide whether it is best to follow man or God. And the greatest response is not to appeal to man, but to God.
Boldness in Opposition Acts 5:13-43 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:41:16 2017-11-05 FaithHopeChronological Study-Early ChurchPersecutionPurity 011 - Chronological Study of the Early Church - The church's prayer for boldness was met with stiff opposition. That applies as much today as it did then. Whenever we are walking contrary to the world we can expect two things: the opposition of the world and the faithfulness of the Lord.
Trappings Acts 6:8-7:60 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:57:05 2017-11-19 GloryReligionIdolatryChronological Study-Early ChurchPersecution 013 - Chronological Study of the Early Church - Stephen was full of wisdom and the power of the Holy Spirit. While that gives us all we need to live a life in the service of God it also guarantees the opposition of strong enemies, and sometimes that enemy is the trappings of power. How we handle it is a measure of our faith.
Stephen and Philip: Studies in The Power of the Spirit Acts 7:54-8:8, 26-40 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:49:37 2017-11-26 God the Holy SpiritGodly CharacterChronological Study-Early ChurchCouragePersecution 014 - Chronological Study of the Early Church - Jesus was and is very interested in the individual. Because two normal men were willing to be filled with the Spirit, and the power and wisdom of God, the Lord used them to impact the world.
What Would You Have Me Do Lord? Acts 9:1-20 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:50:26 2018-01-07 Serving the LordJesusGod the SonForgivenessRepentanceMercyChronological Study-Early ChurchPersecution 016 - Chronological Study of the Early Church. In one of the most famous scenes from the Bible, Saul the persecutor of Christians is laid low and begins a lifelong journey devoted to the Jesus whom he tried to eliminate. The Holy Spirit uses this acount not only to speak to us about the depth of forgiveness available to us, but also how simple obedience can further the kingdom of God.
Stretching Out Acts 12 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:47:27 2018-02-11 PrayerSovereigntyTribulationChronological Study-Early ChurchPersecution 020 - Chronological Study of the Early Church.Peter dealt with persecution by hanging on to the promises of Jesus, even as the world changed around him and threatened this nascent move of God. In the meantime the church was not even confident in its own fervent prayer. Even so, throughout history, in spite of who thinks they rule the world, God's Word continues to grow and multiply.
Pressing On Acts 13:15-52 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:49:53 2018-02-25 GraceEvangelismIsraelChronological Study-Early ChurchPersecution 022 - Chronological Study of the Early Church - Very often religious people need to hear the same thing that the unreligious do - that God loves them and that His grace is sufficient. That message was embraced by the outsiders, but rejected by the established religious. Paul and Barnabas were not discouraged, but continued in their mission.

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