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June 2022

The Greatest Hindrance to Revival

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message on 6/26/22, based on Psalm 66:18.
The greatest hindrance to revival is not sin.  Sin is why we need revival.  The greatest hindrance is when we do not deal with our sin.  The Spirit seeks to pour in a new anointing of revival, but we need a hunger and thirst for it.



The Disciplines of Godly Fathers: A Revival Meditative Message

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message on Father’s Day, 6/19/22, based on 2 Timothy 2:19.  This scripture outlines five disciplines that God’s grace can enable today’s godly fathers to practice daily, which will keep them in right standing according to their Heavenly Father’s holy will.



The Divine Confidant: A Mid-Series Revival Message

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message on 6/12/22 based on Amos 3:3 and Psalm 25:14. 
When we assemble together correctly, attending to a common purpose, working with one accord to achieve an ideal, in essence, we are enacting our privilege of being in covenant, following after the guidance of The One we put all of our trust in, and His name is Jesus – Our Divine Confidant. 



What is Complementary Theology? Part 2

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message on 5/1/22 based on Genesis 1:27-28.
What is the historical and cultural context that God intended for us to understand how men and women should respect each other?  Is the historical and cultural construct of male headship to be comprehended as freedom to interpret domination and inequality?  Is the subordination of women a creation-given construct?  The Bible chronicles the effects of that construct and reveals Heaven’s preferred alternative. 



May 2022

You’re Drifting Away…Repent and End Well! 

Assistant Pastor Lisa Norris-Jackson shared this message during her Tamar’s Oasis Women’s Ministry morning worship service on 5/29/22.  It is based mainly on Hebrews 3:14; 2 Chronicles 14:1-6; 16:1, 2, 7-12.  We must run well from the beginning of our faith journey unto the end.  Drifting away from trusting in the Lord’s will only brings disaster.  Pastor Lisa shared several ways of knowing if we are subtly backsliding.



The Test of the Yielded and Shielded

Sr. Pastor shared this message on 5/22/22 based on Romans 6:13.
There is an age-old conflict between God and spirits that oppose Him, and mankind is a major subject of this battle.  These spirits seek to abide in the minds of all sons and daughters of Adam and Eve, namely, all of us.  The leader of all rebellious spirits, satan, has deliberate strategies to frustrate the development of your God given faith, hope, and love, however, if you want, you can defend yourself against the devil’s onslaught of defiance.  



Biblical Principles for Godly Mothers – A Mother’s Day Devotional Message

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message on Mother’s Day, 5/8/22.  It is mainly based on 1 John 3:18 and Proverbs 22:6.  Passing on Christian responsibility to our children means giving them the tools of discipline that will lead them to be governed by the Spirit.



What is Complementarian Theology? Part One

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message on 5/1/22 based on Genesis 1:27-28.
What is the historical and cultural context that God intended for us to understand how men and women should respect each other?  Is the historical and cultural construct of male headship to be comprehended as freedom to interpret domination and inequality?  Is the subordination of women a creation-given construct?  The Bible chronicles the effects of that construct and reveals Heaven’s preferred alternative. 



April 2022

The Blessing of Blessing the Lord – A Resurrection Sunday Devotional Message

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this Resurrection Sunday Devotional Message on 4/17/22 based on Psalm 103:1-5.
The blossoming of new plant life in the spring season naturally reveals the effects of how true faith in Jesus as Lord brings newness of life to all who are His covenant disciples.  Resurrection Sunday worship involves commemoration of how Jesus Christ chose to be the sacrificial substitute for the sins of lost man.  This message reveals three main historic, biblical testimonies that represent both the burden and blessing of activating true faith by worshipping Jesus as Savior and Lord.



The Sanctification, Sacrifice, and Song of God’s Servants

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message on 4/10/22 based on 2 Chronicles 29:15-16 and John 18:1-3.
Jesus wants to renew our anointing, but we must earnestly seek God on personal and domestic levels, with effectual (productive, constructive, fruitful), fervent (sincere, passionate intensity) prayer and worship from a righteous life (in a right relationship with God). What are the significant observances of spiritual reform for our souls, our homes, our local churches, and society at large?





 

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