Harbor Rock Tabernacle
A Place To Be Refreshed
September 19, 2017 10:55 AM PDT
Any time the Lord brings us into a new situation--a "reset"--we need confidence, courage and His commission on our lives. In this new series in Joshua called "Taking New Ground", we are drawing parallels between Israel's calling to occupy and gain victory, and our calling as believers to advance into the world and reach people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. To be effective in this, we need to be sanctified, have God's security, and be strong and courageous.All We Need
September 16, 2017 09:27 AM PDT
Why was the early church so powerful and effective? At the start, they had no resources, no confidence and no fallback. And yet, people were saved by the thousands, and there were baptisms, miracles, and advancement, all with the undeniable presence and power and leading of the Holy Spirit, In this study from Prayer Meeting, we see that it is only when we are fully yielded the Holy Spirit and asking Him for a fresh outpouring of His power that we will see Him work as He did in Acts 2.Ready Or Not
September 12, 2017 08:29 AM PDT
A week of hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires and nuclear threats reminds us that Jesus said these are the "birth pangs" signalling His return. Though "no man knows the day or hour", His parable of the 10 bridesmaids in Matthew 25 shows that there are 3 responses to warnings of danger. This study challenges us to examine how we are responding and preparing for His return.Why?
September 03, 2017 08:51 PM PDT
Tragedies like a devastating hurricane and a serious accident of a friend can cause us to wonder why the Lord allows such difficulties instead of preventing them, especially in the lives of those who trust Him. In 1 Kings 17, there was a woman who experienced both circumstantial and personal tragedy, and asked why God didn't seem to care. But through the prophet Elijah, the Lord shows her (and us) 5 reasons why He takes us through certain difficulties. This study encourages us to be stirred to deeper faith and wise action.Grin And Bear It
August 28, 2017 12:21 PM PDT
As technology has increased, the family has broken down and church attendance has decreased, studies show that people are more isolated and disconnected than ever. So when we live out the calling to "bear one another's burdens" from Galatians 6, we can not only increase care and community, but can impact people for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In this study, we see the three practical ways that we can minister to each other and show the love of Christ at all times.Proclaim!
August 24, 2017 09:06 PM PDT
There are two resources and responsibilities that are unique for the disciple of Jesus Christ: Direct access to the living God through prayer, and proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In this study, Tony Yocco stresses the vital importance of proclamation--speaking about God's grace and how He has changed us, through our lives and especially through our words.The Secret To Great Relationships
August 16, 2017 12:24 PM PDT
The words we say can either strengthen and encourage, or bring about discouragement, damage and division. In Ephesians 4, the Lord gives very simple instructions: Be kind, be tender hearted and forgive others as Christ forgave you. When put into use, these actions can literally alter the nature of our relationships. The only challenge is whether we are willing to implement them.An Unfair Fight
August 07, 2017 12:26 PM PDT
When the nation of Israel divided in two, many kings failed to follow David's righteous example, and led the nation away from the Lord. Two of those kings--Jeroboam of Israel and Abijah of Judah--faced a civil war in 1 Chronicles 13, but only one of them chose to reject rebellion and take God's side in the battle. In this study we learn how taking a stand for the Lord not only guides us through spiritual warfare, but fills us with confidence and power as conquerors, because of the overwhelming victory of Jesus Christ.Hoping For The Best
July 30, 2017 01:16 PM PDT
One of the great truths of the Bible is that Jesus Christ has won complete victory over sin. As His children, we live in the power of His victory. But one line of spiritual attack is to dispute this in our minds, which can render us weak and stuck in spiritual mediocrity if we believe it. The Spirit addresses this in Hebrews 6, warning the Jews and us to not fall back in hardheartedness, and pointing to Jesus Christ. In Him, we can live with the full assurance of hope--confident expectation of His power and provision that never disappoints.2 Words That Change A Life
July 24, 2017 06:05 AM PDT
100 million followers...700,000 "likes". Identity is often now defined by who and what you follow. But what does it mean to "follow" Jesus? That was His call to Matthew the tax collector, and how Matthew responds in Matthew 9:9 shows us the decisions needed and the ways our lives are completely changed once we trust in Jesus.
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