Sermons on Judges
Evangelist Dwight Smith looked at a biblical example of a man who wasted his great potential and challenges us to not waste our potential.
The “Spirit’s Fire” is the state of heart and mind in the believer the Holy Spirit brings when that heart and mind is separated from sin, dead to self, and alive unto God. Do not quench the Spirit!
We often think that we are too inadequate to do what God wants us to do. However, we can do what God wants us to do through His promises and His power. Don’t let yourself define you. God defines you and God refines you.
God provides multiple choices to you to deal with your sin. What choice will you make? Evangelist Dwight Smith preached this message.
When Christ is all, we experience boldness, focus, unity, and a realization that He is all that we need.
Like in the times of the judges in Israel, we live in a time when people seek to do what is right in their own eyes. In times like this, we need to seek to do what is right in God’s eyes instead of what is right in our own eyes.
Man’s best, happiest, and most satisfying context is in the presence of God. However, we need to be careful because sin in our lives can result in God’s absence. We are to maintain a relationship of continuing trust in God.
We are called to be a living sacrifice, but many people are ignorant about what that means. Ignorance has a very high cost to the Christian and to the nation.
The promises of God are very important. This message looks at why we often fail to claim the promises of God, why we need the promises of God, and how we should heed the promises of God.