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Full of the Spirit by Vince Finnegan

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by Vince Finnegan

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Acts 6:1-5 The requirements: 1. Good reputation, 2. Full of spirit, and 3. Wisdom

Stephen was a man full of faith and of the holy spirit.

7-8 Stephen was full of grace and power. He walked with the manifestations of the spirit.

10 Could not cope with the wisdom and spirit

1 Corinthians 12:1 The word “spiritual” is the Greek pneumatikos which means spiritual matters or spiritual things as translated in Romans 15:27 and 1 Corinthians 9:11. This section deals with much more than spiritual gifts.

4-6 Varieties of gifts, ministries, and effects

7-12 contrasts 4-6

Vs 4 - Same spirit; 6 - everyone; 8 - same spirit; 9 - same spirit; vs 11 - one and the same spirit

Word of Wisdom - James 1:5

Word of knowledge - 1 Corinthians 2:12-14

Faith - Matthew 21:21-22; Romans 12:3 For through the grace given to me I say to everyone among you not to think more highly of himself than he ought to think; but to think so as to have sound judgment, as God has allotted to each a measure of faith.

Gifts of Healing, Miracles, Prophecy, Discerning of Spirits, Tongues, Interpretation of Tongues

Acts 6:7-12 Those opposed to God tried to stop the movement of His word. What or who inspired these men to lie about Stephen?

13 Lies and false accusations. Satan is the father of lies, and he is called the accuser.

51-60 The devil does everything in his power to blind the minds of people so that they do not hear the gospel.

2 Corinthians 4:4; Ephesians 2:1-3; and 6:12 We must always remember the fight is spiritual.

Acts 8:1 What do you think the Jerusalem Gazette printed about Paul and the Christians? What was behind Paul’s actions?

4 Therefore, the response to the evil one’s attempts to stop the moving of the word was to more boldly and aggressively preach the gospel.

8 One man with light in his eyes, walking by the spirit, changed the whole community.

13 Even the main man who worked for the devil to deceive the people believed. We can and do have impact.

18 Simon saw the manifestations of the spirit for he could not see the spirit in that it is invisible. Speaking in tongues, prophecy, healings, demons cast out are things that could be seen.

23 Peter was full of the spirit.

25 We want more, much more.

35 God was at work in the world and is today also.
Jun 14 2020 · 45mins
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Yahweh Is Our God by Vince Finnegan

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Deuteronomy 6:4 Yahweh’s name means existing one, eternal one, present one.

Whenever God’s people stayed faithful to Him, their enemies were annihilated before them. If they wavered from Him and repented and turn back to Him again, their adversities were not only eliminated but utterly destroyed.

Isaiah 36:1-22 Sennacherib, king of Assyria, foolishly thought his successful military conquests were of his own doing. He told the inhabitants of Jerusalem that he would defeat Yahweh as he did with all the pagan gods.

Isaiah 37:14-20 Hezekiah (whose name means “my strength is the Lord” or “the Lord is my strength”) did the right thing - he went to Yahweh in prayer. (The name “Sennacherib” means bramble of destruction.)

21-29 God declares that not only does he know of the Assyrians’ boasting but that her achievements have only been possible because God has planned them, verses 23-27. But now, she has gone too far, and God will prevent her from achieving the ultimate end of their campaign - the capture of Jerusalem

36-38 185,000 died without Hezekiah lifting a finger, and Sennacherib was killed by his own son in the temple of a pagan god.

Yahweh has always cared for His people in every crisis they faced when they depended upon Him and not themselves or other forces in the world.

Genesis 12:3 Central to the great Abrahamic covenant is “I will bless those who bless you, and the one who curses you I will curse.”

Deuteronomy 28:1-14 If we keep His commandments, He will care for us no matter what happens to the rest of the world.

Deuteronomy 7:9 Yahweh has always been faithful to His promises, and He will be today. Trust Him who is the existing one, eternal one, present one.

Deuteronomy 20:1-4 Focus your mind on Him and not yourself or the world.

Deuteronomy 31:6 Be strong and courageous; Yahweh is our God.

Isaiah 41:10, 13, 14

Psalm 91:1-12

Romans 8:31, 28 God can work this out for good if we trust Him and not the fearful accusations.

1 Kings 8:37-40 That the world may know Yahweh is our God
Mar 22 2020 · 45mins

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God's Dream by Vince Finnegan

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Exodus 32:9-10 Occasionally, God changed His mind, but when he cuts a covenant, He never changes His mind.

Isaiah 14:24, 27; 46:9-10; Psalm 33:11 He means what He says and says what He means, and we can be assured He will do what He promises to do.

God’s dream, His purpose for the ages, is a love relationship with you that is real, personal, and everlasting.

Ephesians is a brief, but full, view of Christianity. Our past, present, and future are laid out.

Ephesians 1:3-5 Predestined - He thought it through and planned it out. Our calling is not haphazard or a mistake; rather, it is according to the kind intention of His will.

9 according to His kind intention which He purposed in Him

11 having been predestined according to His purpose who works all things after the counsel of His will,

2:1 trespasses - crossing God’s line or boundaries. Dead - we had no spiritual consciousness, no connection with God, godliness, or spiritual awareness.
2-3 “walk” is used metaphorically for the way we regularly live and conduct our lives
1. course (age) of this world - the world today determined how we lived
2. prince of the power of the air - the devil, not God, influenced our walk
3. sons of disobedience - the old nature
Our former way of life was controlled by evil without our awareness.

4-6 Our spiritual state today because God is rich in mercy and His great love

7 - Our future

8-10 God did for us what we could never do for ourselves.

11-12 - 1 separate from Christ; 2 excluded from the commonwealth; 3 strangers to the covenants; 4 no hope; 5 without God in the world

13-22 Our reality now - near, peace with God and man, reconciled, access to God, fellow citizens, God's household, the habitation of God.

3:1-12 We are a part of God’s dream, the purpose of the ages.
2:10 Walk like God has you to be
4:1 Walk in a manner worthy of the calling
4:17 Do not walk like you were-
5:2 Walk in love
5:8 Walk as children of the light
5:15 Walk carefully, as a wise one
Jan 05 2020 · 45mins
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Podcast 73: Relating to the Government (Vince Finnegan)

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How should Christians relate to the government?  In this sermon, Vince Finnegan works through Romans 13 to show how we should relate to the powers that be.  Ultimately God is in charge of raising up and tearing down regimes and nations over the course of human history.  Our goal is to love one another as Read more about Podcast 73: Relating to the Government (Vince Finnegan)[…]
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Podcast 43: Identity Theft (Vince Finnegan)

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by Vince Finnegan From Exodus and Deuteronomy, God makes clear who he is and how he wants his chosen people to worship him.  He is Yahweh, the one God of Israel, the only one.  His identity does not change.  Sadly, later on God became the victim of identity theft, as Christians developed the dogma of Read more about Podcast 43: Identity Theft (Vince Finnegan)[…]
Aug 04 2016 · 52mins