Sunday Morning Service
Sunday Morning Service - Dec. 13th, 2020
THE MOVING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT— All believers need the help of the Holy Spirit; even Jesus was led by the Holy Spirit during His earthly ministry. Today Pastor Donnie Swaggart preaches from Genesis 1:2, looking at the earth without form and void; as darkness was upon the face of the deep, the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. When God calls us to do something, He will show us just how to do it through the Spirit. The Holy Spirit says, follow me, and I will lead you. Just as in the beginning, even today, there is a darkness over our land. Demon spirits are among us trying to close our churches. Pastor Donnie says we must be the church and stand for the Word of God and for corporate praise and worship. God has not given us a spirit of fear, for the Holy Spirit is greater. When the true Gospel is preached, the Holy Spirit will move and light will dispel the darkness. Pastor Donnie says we must remember, a President is not our Savior. We must lift up our eyes, for our help comes from the Lord.
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Sunday Morning Service - Dec. 6th, 2020
MOURNING CHRISTIANS— How long will you mourn for Saul, fill your horn with oil and go. As believers, we should not get in front of or behind God. Today Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart reads from 1 Samuel 16:1, teaching how Israel got ahead of God, wanting Saul to be their King. In despondency, t...
Sunday Morning Service - Nov. 29th, 2020
LIVING A CROSS-CENTERED LIFE— Blood bought, born again believers are to walk in newness of life. Today Pastor Gabriel Swaggart preaches from Romans 6:1-5. He tells us, all too often, the believer struggles with how to live for God. As believers, we must have our faith anchored in the foundat...
Sunday Morning Service - Nov. 22nd, 2020
LOOKING UNTO JESUS— Everyday, In Christ, is our Sabbath Day. Our rest is In Him. Christ fulfilled all the law when He died on Calvary’s Cross. Sunday is a type of Communion. Today Pastor Donnie Swaggart preaches from Hebrews 12:1-2. He compares today’s church with the early church, and how ...