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Turning The Words Around
May 07, 2017 08:01 PM PDT
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The battlefield of spiritual warfare is in our minds, so the enemy attacks us by accusing us with words that make us feel worthless. Even though our Lord has complete victory, and promises that we are overcomers, these words can damage us unless we turn them around and use Scripture to give us strength. This study from Revelation 12 identifies 7 statements of warfare, and the Bible passages that offset them and reassure us of God's help and sufficiency.

A Violent Wind
May 05, 2017 12:18 PM PDT
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When the Holy Spirit empowered the apostles in Acts 2, there was the sound of a violent, rushing wind. Why not a soft gentle breeze? In this important study from Prayer Meeting, we define the characteristics of a violent wind, and the important spiritual parallels that are so needed for every believer and every church.

A Greater Purpose
April 30, 2017 02:43 PM PDT
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When Jesus intentionally stayed behind in Jerusalem at age 12, He wasn't being rebellious or disobedient. He just had a greater purpose--to be in the house of the Lord and teach His Word. This study from Luke 2 calls us to evaluate our priorities and our commitment, and to follow the example Jesus sets.

The Self-Satisfied Church
April 23, 2017 02:39 PM PDT
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In speaking to the last of the 7 churches in Revelation, Jesus has very convicting words to Laodicea, where people who said they were believers were instead spiritually indifferent and passionless. Satisfied in the apathy, they were unmoved and unchanged by Jesus' resurrection and the call to conviction and commitment. This final study in our series looks at the direct correlation between His words and their self-confidence, and calls us to examine the spiritual temperature of our lives.

From Darkness To Light
April 17, 2017 01:19 PM PDT
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The resurrection wasn't an illusion or a conspiracy--all the evidence points to it being reality. Because it is true, the implications are eternal. By dying and rising again, Jesus overwhelmingly defeated the 5 problems that sin creates, ensuring that all who trust in Him are saved forever.

In The Dark
April 15, 2017 03:26 PM PDT
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It's not always comfortable for us to hear, but it was our sin that puts Jesus on the cross. He chose to take our place because we had no hope of saving ourselves. In this study from Acts 26, we see the 5 reasons why our sin puts us in an impossible, irreparable position, and how Jesus' sacrifice and victory provides the assurance that we can be freed from sin's penalty.

The Exemplary Church
April 10, 2017 08:37 AM PDT
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There was only 1 church of the 7 in Revelation 2 that received only positive commendation from the Holy Spirit--the Church in Philadelphia. They exhibited 4 spiritual characteristics that should characterize every Christian and every congregation. In this study, we examine the open doors of ministry the Lord provides when we walk with Him, and the promises He makes to those who are faithful to Him.

Guest Speaker Jamie Cannalte
April 06, 2017 08:08 AM PDT
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In this study from Luke 23 and Matthew 26, Jamie speaks about passionately seeking, finding and walking in the will of God. There is no better place to live than in the center of His will.

Spring Special Service
March 19, 2017 06:57 PM PDT
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This morning, Harbor Rock welcomes Jon from Feel The Power for our Spring Special Service.

The Permissive Church
March 13, 2017 08:51 AM PDT
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When a church or Christian is not careful to guard Biblical doctrine, it leads to moral compromise. The reverse is also true. The fourth of the 7 Churches in Revelation 2 was Thyatira. They had allowed a woman to contradict Scripture and teach that Christians can be immoral and worldly while claiming to know Jesus as Savior and Lord. In this study, we see the parallels to our time, and learn practical ways to guard against moral compromise.

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