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SBC Leaving a godly legacy II Kings 13:14

Elisha was called the ‘troubler of Israel” and was never politically correct, and most kings hated him, but they did respect him. Elisha did twice as many miracles as Elijah and over time kings went to him when they needed God’s help. Are we leaving a legacy and fruit behind when we leave. Listen as Pastor Tim ends this series in II Kings.

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SBC Advantage of Serving God II Kings 8:7

Pastor Tim explains the advantages of serving a God who know the future and can guide us down a perfect path because He cares for us.
Just as a person can look at highway cameras on a freeway and warn a loved one that there is a crash site ahead or a bad blizzard ahead. God can also warn us of a bad direction we might take.

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SBC Provision for the Believing 2 Kings 8:1-16

God can and does supply abundantly and exceedingly greater than we can imagine. Listen as Pastor Tim covers a story that God restores a faithful woman’s home and property back to her years after she did what God asked her to do. God’s promise of salvation often sounds to good to b true. Heb 7:25 Therefore He is also able to save to the uttermost those who come to God through Him, since He always lives to make intercession for them.

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SBC Can You rely on God’s Promises 2Kings 7:1

God promises the King and the Jews that food wood be plentiful and cheap again. Who would believe and who wouldn’t?
See how God kept his promises and how God used the enemies of Israel to provide for the Jews.

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SBC Dealing with Divine Discipline II Kings 6:24

Pastor Tim explains that our sin will find us out and that God was trying to get King Jehoram’s attention by disciplining Israel to bring them back. When unexplained things happen to us do we look to God and that He may be trying to get our attention? Listen as Pastor Tim expounds on another story of Elisha.

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SBC Nathan Reichert Our Spiritual Lineage Acts 19:10

SBC Nathan Reichert Our Spiritual Lineage Acts 19:10

Pastor Nathan reveals how God has given them a transition to ministering at Frontier School of the Bible. We all have a spiritual lineage because of our own ministry in any way that we have promoted the gospel of Christ. To keep cost to students at Frontier down, all staff and instructors are missionaries and do not receive a salary from the school. Nathan and Tara are seeking prayer and financial support to minister there. Listen as Nathan teaches from Acts chapter 19.

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SBC What do you do with Jesus? Matthew 16:13

One of the most important questions of all time; who is Jesus Christ. Is he a lunatic, liar or Savior? God says some day that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those in heaven, and of those on earth, and of those under the earth,
and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father; Philippians chapter 2 Listen as Richie explains that we should make this decision sooner than later.

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SBC Do you see what I see 2 Kings 6:8

When an enemy army has them surrounded, God has sent an army of angels to protect them. God allows Elisha’s servant to see the landscape of the supernatural and then the fear is gone. We were the same before we were saved. God opened our eyes so that we could see and understand that our sin condemned us to hell. God also allowed us to see His Son who died to pay for our sins so that we would go to hell if we accept Him as our Savior.
Listen as Pastor Tim tells this story.

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SBC Passing on a Pagan Partnership Ezra Chapter 4

Dan explains that there are 3 things that can hinder or destroy a ministry or walk with the Lord. These are unconfessed sin, being unequally yoked with anti-godders, or telling God we don’t need Him, we can handle it ourselves, He can move over to the co-pilots seat.The returning Jews had the backbone to tell the enemies of God to take a hike, but didn’t ask God for His help.

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SBC Following or forsaking Christ 2 Kings 5:15

Naaman was a very generous man and after God cures him of leprosy he wants to reward Elisha. Elisha refuses because this is an illustration of salvation and it’s always free. Gehazi however is thinking of what he could do with this reward even though he knows it is off limits. Listen and as Pastor Tim preaches on this important lesson.

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