A Time to Stand In The Face Of Evil
This morning we will be in Acts 13:1-12. We see Paul called by this name for the first time. we see the first miracle performed by Paul, but what is really important is the unity of the believers. They are brought together by the power of the Holy Spirit and sent out in that same power. If you are not going out in the power of God, you can face defeat very easily. These guys are faced with a child of the devil and they shut him down, they shut him up, and shut his eyes. We need to stand in the face of evil in our time and not allow them to think they're OK! If we truly love our enemy, we will tell them the truth. The result of Paul’s boldness? The governor gets saved, v12. Let’s be bold for Jesus in these last days.
In His service
Pastor Mark Lewis
My name is Mark Lewis. I was born in 1952. My wife’s name is Christina. We have been married since 1986. We have 4 children, and 4 grandchildren. We have been saved since 1985. I have been a Pastor at Free Indeed Christian Fellowship since 1994; 9 years as an assistant to Pastor Mike Lewis (who went to be with the Lord on September 22, 2003).
Through that very hard time in my life I became the senior Pastor of the church my brother Pastor Mike and myself love. Our vision is reaching people for Christ, disciplining, and helping the needy people of our community and our church.
Matt 25:35-36 "For I was hungry, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me."
Palm Sunday: What A Difference A Week Makes
Good Morning Free Indeed,
Our Text for today Luke 19: 28-44
Today as we look at Palm Sunday, we are going to take a look at “What a difference a week makes”. Here in our text we will see that some of the people who at this point worshipped Him (Jesus) will one week later reject Him. We will also see how prophecy is fulfilled in Zechariah 9:9, in how He entered this town as people waved Palm branches and throwing their cloaks and garments in front of Him. The people’s expectation of Jesus being their King was not what they intended. So too how we sometimes don't have our expectations met, yet we should never let it sway our feelings about our Savior as these people did. As we draw close to Sonrise service, let us remember our Lord is the same, Yesterday, Today, and Forever.
In Service to the King