Sunday Morning Service
Sunday Morning Service - Jul.19th, 2020
THERE IS A REMEDY- While there is no earthly remedy for man's problem, thank God, there is a remedy in Christ Jesus. Today Pastor Jimmy Swaggart preaches from Luke 8:43. He shares how the woman in the Bible, with the issue of blood, knew she just needed to touch Jesus to be healed. Brother Swaggart encourages us that no matter our circumstances, there will always be obstacles in our way of trying to reach and trust Jesus. He reminds us how the woman had to push her way through a sea of people just to touch the tassel on His garment; and when she did, Jesus said who touched me? Virtue has gone out of me. She went from being called woman to daughter, as her faith made her whole. The world cannot solve the sin problem of man, as our help comes from above. Brother Swaggart reminds there wasn't a sick person Christ crossed paths with who He didn't heal; or a dead person He didn't bring back to life. He never turned a one away, no matter the sin in their life; instead, Christ would say you have been healed, go and sin no more. Our only remedy is the blood of Jesus. He can meet our every need.
Up Next in 2020
Sunday Morning Service - July 12th, 2020
THE PROMISE AND PRONOUNCEMENT PART II- Stay the course, stay in The Word, and don’t fear. Today Pastor Gabriel Swaggart reminds that we have the promises of God when we believe on the Finished Work of Christ. There is a distinction from the promise and the possession. He reminds us of Abraham...
Sunday Morning Service - July 5th, 2020
LIBERTY- It doesn’t matter how you got here, it’s what you do while you are here. Today Pastor Donnie implores God’s people to pray like never before and ask God to send revival one more time on this great country of America. He shares his allegiance to the flag of the United States of America...
Sunday Morning Service - Jun. 28th, 2020
THE PROMISE AND THE PRONOUNCEMENT- Today Pastor Gabriel Swaggart encourages us from the Book of Joshua. In chapter one verses one through nine, he depicts the transition of God’s people over the Jordan river from the wilderness to the Promise Land. He reminds how Moses could not enter in becau...