God’s Power


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Have You Been Baptized Today?

Scripture: Acts 2

Topic: The Church > Baptism

Series: God’s Power

Have You Been Baptized Today? Acts 2:40-41 James C. Denison We’re walking through Acts 1-4 and the earliest Christian faith, seeking keys to the power of God for our lives today. We began by observing the early church as they prayed for the power of the Spirit at the risk of their lives. They knew […]

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Dining with God

Scripture: Acts 2

Topic: The Church > Lord’s Supper

Series: God’s Power

Dining With God Acts 2:42-47 James C. Denison Alan Greenspan has called the current economic situation “the type of wrenching financial crisis that come along only once in a century.” The National Debt Clock in New York City, created in 1989 to call attention to what was then a $1.2 trillion debt, now marks the […]

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Time, Trust, Touch

Scripture: Acts 3

Topic: God’s Power > God

Series: God’s Power

Time, Trust, Touch Acts 3:1-10 James C. Denison This week I came across some actual newspaper ads which caught my eye: Dinner Special—Turkey $2.35; Chicken or Beef $2.25; Children $2.00. For sale: an antique desk suitable for lady with thick legs and large drawers. Now is your chance to have your ears pierced and get […]

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Strength in Seismic Times

Scripture: Acts 4

Topic: Spiritual Life > Prayer

Series: God’s Power

Strength in Seismic Times Acts 4:23-31 James C. Denison These were the headlines one day last week: Pakistan quake kills 170, leaves thousands homeless Paterson calls for federal rescue package for states Fighting in Congo approaches Goma Suicide attacks kill dozens in Somalia China investigates tainted eggs in new food scare Boy is 23rd child […]

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God’s Power for God’s Purpose

Scripture: Acts 1

Topic: God’s Power > God

Series: God’s Power

God’s Power for God’s Purpose Acts 1:8; 2:1-4 James C. Denison These are some of the hardest days I can remember. Hurricane disaster relief continues in Galveston and the Gulf Coast, where more than a thousand Baptist churches were destroyed or affected and millions of people are still displaced. The hurricane’s economic impact is currently […]

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