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2Ti 4:2 Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage– with great patience and careful instruction.

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Pastor Rich Laskowski - September 20, 2020

I saw Him Fall

I saw Him Fall

"I Saw Him Fall." In this series, we have been talking about the need for God's thunderous voice to flow through the mortal mouths of the followers of Jesus, releasing the power of God to meet human needs and set people free. We've talked about the imperative that we are filled with the Holy Spirit and listen and watch for what God is doing in heaven, then align ourselves with His revealed will. In the message "I Saw Him Fall," we will focus on Satan's attempt to sideline the believer and cause them to take the day off because they don't feel good, or they are tired and discouraged, just having a bad day. We need to see that the "bad day" feeling we sometimes get may very well be a demonic battle designed to make you take a seat. We need the gift of discerning of spirits to help us recognize the spiritual forces that are aligned against us and not let them hide in the shadows, disguising themselves as a "bad day," causing us to sit on the sidelines. It is time for the church to recognize what is happening in the spiritual atmosphere around them and press on until they knock the enemy out of the sky with God's thunderous voice.

From Series: "The God of Thunder"

We start a new sermon series this Sunday called "The God of Thunder." Over the next six weeks, we will be working our way through scripture, looking at passages that focus on God's power poured out on earth completely overpowering all that stands in His way. This series' premise is that there comes a time when talking and reasoning are a waste of time. Only the raw power of God can change unchangeable problems. The church has long taught that God is love, and He is. But let us not forget that He is also God with a voice like thunder that causes all the earth to tremble, and nothing is beyond His grasp. Join us on this journey of emptying ourselves of those things that are weak and have no power and pursuing those things that destroy, evil, bondage, and suffering

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