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This sermon attempts to separate the various legends and false ideas about these spiritual beings found in pop culture, and establish a more accurate picture of them based solely on Biblical information.
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Mike closes out this series with a closer look at the spiritual fruit created in the believer as he continues to walk in the Spirit.
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As the title suggests, this lesson will not only name the excuses but also demonstrate the legitimacy of some and spiritual illness often disguised as simple reasons for non-attendance.
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In this second lesson, Mike describes in detail the first of the spiritual fruit developed by God's Holy Spirit in man which is love.
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In order to motivate more people to experience the very special joy that comes with exercising this virtue, Mike like to review what the Bible teaches concerning "the love of strangers."
Philoxenos
Philoxenos
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In this lesson, Mike examines the four groups of activities that Paul describes and condemns as those that will lead a Christian away from the kingdom of God.
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Mike compares the 6 elements found in every sporting event to the challenge of living as a Christian in today's world.
Spiritual Athletes
Spiritual Athletes
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In this lesson, Mike explains the reasons why the pursuit of Actual Perfection is not another form of "Law keeping."
Actual Perfection
Actual Perfection
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For believers, becoming more perfect in Christ is the essence of life. Of course, this only makes sense if you understand that there are two aspects of perfection in the Christian's understanding.
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Mike drills down into the Word and lays out what the New Testament actually says concerning the possibility of a Christian losing their salvation, once having been saved.
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