Faith That Moves Mountains

A  Topical  Study

            All of us have to deal with various types of immovable mountains in our path that are huge and intimidating. They're too high for us to climb over, they're too big to go around and too thick to tunnel through. These mountains can be circumstantial, emotional, financial, physical or even demonic. Jesus said that just the faith of a mustard seed could enable us to remove mountains and nothing would be impossible for us. He also said that the ingredients to building that kind of faith required prayer and fasting but what does that mean? It's not what you think. In this session, we set aside some special time to address specifically the kind of faith that moves mountains, how to get that faith, what prayer and fasting is REALLY all about and then we examine various types of mountains and how God removes them.





49 Minutes
September 10, 2010


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SESSION NOTES
SCRIPTURE REFERENCES
The Disciples Fail To Heal A Child From Demonic Possession. Matthew 17:14-17 Mark 9:14-19 Luke 9:37-41
A Behavioral Study Of Demons Once They've Been Outmatched. Matthew 17:18 Mark 9:20-27 Luke 9:42
Identifying Faith That's Like A Grain Of Mustard Seed.

            (a) Prayer And Fasting: What That Really Means (It's Not What You Think).
            (b) Faith That Moves Mountains.
            (c) Examining Various Types Of Mountains And How To Deal With Them.

Matthew 17:19-21 Mark 9:28-29 Hebrews 11:1 Proverbs 3:5-6


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Losing Your Life To Save It

A  Topical  Study

            "YOU will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed (fixed and focused) on YOU." (Isaiah 26:3) "Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart." (Psalm 37:4) "Do not worry or be anxious (living in fear), saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ for your heavenly Father knows that you have need of all these things. Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you." (Matthew 6:31-33) "For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also." (Matthew 6:21)

              I believe these are the foundations for what Jesus meant when he said in Matthew 16:25 "Whoever Saves His Life Will Lose It, But Whoever Loses His Life For My Sake Will Find It." In this session we talk about seeking 1st the Kingdom of God, what it means to carry our cross and follow him, to delight ourselves in the Lord and we address unmet needs and the desires of our heart.





30 Minutes
August 6, 2010


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SESSION NOTES
SCRIPTURE REFERENCES
Understanding The Meaning Behind The Phrase, "Take Up Your Cross And Follow Me." Matthew 16:24 Mark 8:34 Luke 9:23
Solving A Mystery: "Whoever Saves His Life Will Lose It, But Whoever Loses His Life Will Save It." Matthew 16:25-26 Mark 8:35-37 Luke 9:24-25
Seeking First The Kingdom Of God: The Coming Reward Ceremony In Which Jesus Is The Judge & Rewarder. Matthew 16:27
Jesus' Reaction Upon His Return Toward Christians Who Were Ashamed Of Him And His Teachings. Mark 8:38 Luke 9:26
Seeking 1st The Kingdom Of God / Delighting Yourself In The Lord / Unmet Needs & The Desires Of Your Heart. Matthew 6:19-21 Psalm 37:3-8


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