Last week we began a two-part series, studying about the war in which this entire Universe is an unwilling participant. Today, we are going to learn how to fight back against this spiritual onslaught that threatens to steal everything from us. We don’t have to come up with our own battle plan to do so because The Captain of God's Army has already provided one. We simply have to learn His Battle Plan, and use it. Ephesians 6:10-17:
Today's sermon continues to address the theme of spiritual warfare. Are you in the fight, and if so, are you adequately attired? Listen below to find out!
"It is said that if you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles;" Sun Tzu, The Art of War.
I am willing to bet that if you are a follower of Christ you spend at least some time thinking about how you should be acting, how you can apply last Sunday's sermon to your own life, "What Would Jesus Do?" type things. But how often do you stop and think about the enemy?
It has been said that the best offense is a good defense, and since we know that following Christ makes us a target in the spiritual war around us, (Ephesians 6, 2 Corinthians 10) doesn't it make sense to take the time to know our enemy? Today Pastor Doss begins a series to help us better understand who our enemy is, what his goals are, and what his "fighting" style might be.
We have seen so many crazy and inaccurate portrayals of Jesus today, even by our own churches—but let's go all out, and picture Jesus living today:
You have probably seen the cute little saying on FaceBook, Instagram or Twitter: You may be the only Bible some people ever read, and scrolled right on past it with a head nod or a smile. Today, Pastor Doss challenges you to seriously consider that thought.....after all being a Christian simply means to be Christ-like, or to be a reflection of Him. Yet when we look at the modern church, is that what we are really doing?
Join us as we discover some key points to help us better be a beautiful reflection of Christ.
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