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Often times we are trapped. Trapped in situations, toxic relationships, sinful habits, dead end jobs, fears, and even prisoners of what's in our minds. In the early church, Peter was trapped in prison, Arrested and held pending an sentence to death. God got Peter out. Miraculously. As God did for Peter, God will get you out!…
 
Pentecost - the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, baptizing the 120 in the upper room in the Holy Spirit and empowering them for service. But what are the origins of the feast of Pentecost? Was it observed in the Old Testament and if so what did it mean? The church and the power of the Holy Spirit in believers is not coincidental, in fact it was alway…
 
Jacob was desperate for the Lord to work on His behalf. Ezra paused and declared a fast, desperate for God as they headed back to the holy land. King Jehoshaphat proclaimed a fast when the nation was surrounded and facing invasion by enemies. We are no different. We need to come to a point where we are desperate for God to act on our behalf, and fi…
 
Believers in Christ do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, powers, and spiritual wickedness in high places. When the enemy sets up strongholds in our lives, the Lord has promised to crush them. The weapons of our warfare are not fleshly, but mighty IN GOD. You will see the Lord crush these strongholds and every false ac…
 
Jesus said "if you love me keep my commandments". Where do we find the strength and power to keep His commandments (laws and rules)? The answer lies in the New Covenant, where the Lord put His Holy Spirit in the believer to "cause you to walk in His ways" (Ezekiel 36:27). Rely completely on the work of Christ at the Cross and the Holy Spirit in you…
 
The Cross of Christ is much more than about salvation. It is about sanctification and setting us free from sin, empowering us to live in holiness. If you are struggling in your walk, know that the answer is not in your own will power and your own efforts, but in the finished work at the Cross.Pastor Peter Outar
 
Jesus referred to the New Covenant right before His crucifixion. The importance of this New Covenant (agreement or contract) in the life of the believer lies not only in saving us, but in keeping us and giving us the power for holy living. For those who struggle, who wage battles with sin, who fail ad fail everyday, what Christ brought to pass in t…
 
When Christ was crucified and said "it is finished", sin was paid for and the veil of the temple was torn in two and shattered, indicating that now we can approach God through His Son. But it wasn't just payment for our sins, it was the breaking of every curse in our bloodlines, if we but only step into relationship with Christ by receiving Him as …
 
Today as we celebrate Resurrection Sunday, marking the occasion of Jesus rising from the dead, it is time to reflect on the Resurrection and what it means to us. As a believer in Christ, what does Jesus rising from the dead have to do with your life today? (SEE ALSO GOOD FRIDAY SERMON ON THE AGONY OF GETHSEMANE)…
 
The Garden of Gethsemane was where Jesus agonized over His coming fate at the Cross. The reason for His agony was far beyond just the physical suffering He would endure, it had to do with the Cup He would drink. The agony of Gethsemane was far beyond we could imagine.Pastor Peter Outar
 
Jesus enters the Holy City Jerusalem, riding on a donkey while the crowd shouts Hosanna! A lowly donkey had the esteemed honor of carrying the King of Kings on that day. In this Palm Sunday sermon, what can we learn from that donkey?Pastor Peter Outar
 
The Christian life is the abandonment of a life spent satisfying our own desires and living for our own purposes. God has called us to something higher, to no longer live for ourselves but for Christ, who died for us. We do not lose when we do this!!!! In fact it is in this that we are blessed and experience the deepest relationship with God. (Incl…
 
We are to know and prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God. How do we do that? How do we find the will of God for our lives or while making major decisions? Here are 5 ways how we can know the will of God for our lives in every decision.Pastor Peter Outar
 
Jesus said that His food was to do the will of the One who sent Him. The will of God is good and perfect. In doing the will of God, Jesus experienced a supernatural empowerment that was beyond anything that earthly food could have done for Him, establishing a model for us to follow and be led into a satisfaction, joy and peace beyond what we could …
 
God asked Elijah the prophet "What are you doing here Elijah?" There are times in our lives when God may ask the same of us, about why we are in a certain tough place in our lives. In our answer, God will show us the reason and the solution to our pain.Pastor Peter Outar
 
Many people are dealing with depression in these times. The prophet Elijah suffered a period of despair where he ran away and asked God to take his life! As God ministered to and restored Elijah, so He will do for the depressed, and the means God uses to restore are the same as they always were. Arise, and feed on that which gives you supernatural …
 
In rebuilding the wall around Jerusalem, Nehemiah and the people faced opposition and discouragement from everywhere. The godly principles Nehemiah followed combined with the presence of God through it all saw to it that not only was the task completed, but the lessons they learned are available for us to use today to defy discouragement.…
 
God promised the people wandering in the desert honey out of a rock if they would only listen to Him and turn to Him. Honey out of a rock....sweetness and pleasant things out of a hard, rough, place in life. This is available to us today, if we but turn to Christ the Rock.Pastor Peter Outar
 
The pool of Bethesda was a place of sickness and disease, filled with those awaiting a miracle healing. It is there that Jesus approaches a man laying there for 38 years and asks if he wanted to be made well. Into our darkest periods of life comes Jesus with the same request. Our answer is often similar to the man's, but God's mercy is so great tha…
 
Toward the end of his life David, the great king of Israel, slayer of Goliath and psalmist, worshiper of God, looks back and makes an observation of all his years and trials he has faced. It is an observation that fits us today - we are never abandoned by God.Pastor Peter Outar
 
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