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Jan 19, 2020
Andrew Davis | Jan 19, 2020 | Mortification, Temptation
Introduction Well, it's exciting to be able to be with you a week later, as Andy said, to be at a higher level. Grateful to be way up here with you folks, and to be able to share how exciting it is what God is doing in our church. And I'd like...
Sep 22, 2019
| Sep 22, 2019 | Mortification, Idolatry, Temptation
The Human Heart is a Perpetual Idol Factory So turn in your Bibles 1 Corinthians 10, we continue our study in this marvelous book, looking this morning at verses 14 through 22. In the year 2011, I was on a mission trip to Nepal, a fulfillment of...
Sep 04, 2016
Andrew Davis | Sep 04, 2016 | Faith, Satan, Temptation, Demons
Introduction Amen. Well, one of the greatest advantages in a battle is the ability to strike your enemy without him ever knowing that you were there, to be able to slip in at night through his defenses, to silently carry on covert...
Aug 28, 2016
Andrew Davis | Aug 28, 2016 | War Against the Flesh, External Journey, Boldness & Courage, Temptation
Introduction A couple of years ago, it was the summer of 2014, I had the privilege to speak at a seminary graduation in Serbia. I was there with my daughter Caroline, and while we were there, we took a tour of a military museum in...
Feb 05, 2012
Andrew Davis | Feb 05, 2012 | Mortification, Money and Possessions, Temptation
Heroes of the Scriptures: All Saved by Faith in Christ So we come to a bit of a turning point in Hebrews 11. Hebrews 11, that great hall of faith, the faith chapter. And we come to Act 3 in this chapter. Act 1 was the faith displayed before the...
May 23, 1999
Andrew Davis | May 23, 1999 | Temptation, Forgiveness
Introduction A few days ago, my wife and I were at Jamestown,VA. W were standing on deck of the Susan Constant, a replica of the boat that took the settlers from England all the way to Jamestown. My mind was fixed on a couple of pumps in...
Jan 17, 1999
Andrew Davis | Jan 17, 1999 | Baptism, Temptation
I. Introduction In December 2nd 1804, a short balding man from Corsica stood before Pope Pius VII in the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, France. His name was Napoleon Bonaparte. That day was to be the day of his coronation as Emperor...
Nov 07, 2018
Andrew Davis | Nov 07, 2018 | Life in the Spirit, Temptation
Having studied the various lists of prohibitions for Christians in the New Testament, I think it is helpful to focus on four major arenas Christians must fight for separation from sin: sexual purity, speech purity, relational purity...
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