Sunday Morning Service
Sunday Morning Service - Aug. 23rd, 2020
WATERS TO SWIM IN, A RIVER THAT COULD NOT BE PASSED OVER- Today Pastor Donnie Swaggart preaches on the Holy Spirit from Ezekiel 47:1-5. Brother Donnie shares how the Holy Spirit has moved on six generations of his family starting with his Great-Grandmother Ada. He encourages how a hunger for more of the Lord will only lead to the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. He says we must have a threshold of humility. In John 6 & 7, we see if any man thirst, and believe on Christ, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water. As we step into the river of life, we see to our ankles we are saved and our direction changes. Then stepping in deeper, to our knees, prayer and dependence guides us to all truth. And then, when the water is to the loins, that signifies His power to bring forth life. Believers here can stand under the power and anointing of the Holy Spirit to come out from among them and stand for life and the home. It’s an entrance into faith in Christ Crucified, and a progression that the Lord wants to lead all of His children in.
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Sunday Morning Service - Aug. 16th, 2020
GIVE ME THIS MOUNTAIN- Today Pastor Gabriel Swaggart preaches on the great faith of Caleb. In Joshua 14:6-12, we see Caleb’s unmoving faith taking possession of the mountain and its great cities. He reminds how the ten reported to Moses that the land was filled with too many great obstacles; b...
Sunday Morning Service - Aug. 9th, 2020
THE GIANT WILL FALL- Today Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart encourages us in 1 Samuel 17:45-46 that we are not to have a Spirit of fear. He says while David stepped up to slay Goliath with just 5 stones and a sling shot, he had naysayers who thought he was a fool. Brother Swaggart says, as believers...
Sunday Morning Service - Aug. 2nd, 2020
REMEMBER- Remember what God has done for you. This morning, Pastor Donnie Swaggart preaches from Deuteronomy 8:1-6. He recalls the story of the Israelites, delivered from Egyptian bondage, and finding themselves going through a desert. He reminds that God, not Moses, truly led the way. The p...