Christ Our Refuge

  • Graduating from the Cave of Troubles
    (#21)

    Date: Oct 2, 2005 | Passage: Psalm 57

    David had a problem. God wanted to shape him into a better servant but in the critical moment David waffled, and failed the test. Isn"t that a situation we have also experienced?

  • The Consequence Engine
    (#22)

    Date: Oct 16, 2005 | Passage: Psalm 57

    All of us operate under some very powerful but often unseen laws around us. These are the laws of the physical universe. The laws of gravity, chemistry, and physics are inflexible, unstoppable and very unforgiving - and we all must bow before them.

  • Living and Working with a Tough Crowd
    (#23)

    Date: Oct 23, 2005 | Passage: Psalm 57

    In Psalm 57, David was called to live with a tough crowd. They were with him morning, noon, and night. He couldn't escape them. It would have been easier to just walk away from the whole situation, but that was not God's plan.

  • Life in the Minor Key
    (#24)

    Date: Oct 30, 2005 | Passage: Psalm 142

    Most of the Bible seems to be lived in the major key. Saints fearlessly witnessing, churches valiantly serving against all odds - and what a joy those sections are to our souls. But side-by-side with all that is the minor key.

  • Bring My Soul Out of Prison
    (#25)

    Date: Oct 30, 2005 | Passage: Psalm 142

    THERE ARE NO SUPER SAINTS! That is the first lesson of our look at David tonight. We all struggle with the same challenges in life.

  • Flee the Lust of the Eyes - Remember Lot
    (#26)

    Date: Nov 13, 2005 | Passage: Genesis 13-14

    Our final stop in our journey through the Scriptures finding Christ as our Refuge may be the most vital one of all. We have seen over the past few weeks that Christ is our refuge.

  • Learning to Flee the Lust of the Eyes
    (#27)

    Date: Nov 13, 2005 | Passage: 1 John 2

    This morning I began to exhort you from God's Word to flee the lust of the eyes. We saw that the lust of the eyes is the struggle Lot seemed to have.

  • Flee the Lusts of the Flesh-Don't Befriend the World
    (#28)

    Date: Nov 20, 2005 | Passage: James 4

    Our God is jealous this morning. He loved us, bought us, found us, drew us, cleaned us and now lives within us by His Holy Spirit. Have you thought deeply about what it means to have a Jealous God living in you? Have you thought about what would offend someone who loved us so much that He wants us to be utterly loyal to Him?

  • Flee the Lusts of the Flesh-Remember Samson
    (#29)

    Date: Nov 20, 2005 | Passage: Judges 13-16

    Our God is jealous and He is Holy. The sins He hated in the Old Testament, He hates in the New Testament. What would offend someone who loved us so much that He wants us to be utterly loyal to Him?

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