Ps. 127:1 Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it. We are going to enter into a greater revelation of the church, the Body of Christ. Ps. 138:8; Ps. 139:23, 24, 7-8, 17. Our sins separate us from God, and His grace has caused Him to turn away. Open the door and He will come in. Our prayer must be: “Oh God, I bare my heart before You.” God looks at the heart, and He desires mercy. Acts 1:8 tells us that after the Holy Spirit comes upon us, we shall be witness, not go witnessing, although that’s good, too. God is concerning about our “being” a witness. The woman who anointed Jesus was a witness. What are you devoted to? Jesus is more important than your life. Be sold out to Jesus. Satan’s sin was pride. For revival we need the spirit of repentance. Open the door of your heart, and God will bring purity.
Pastor Dale looks at the tensions or paradoxes in scripture between what God does and what man does, as relating to our walk with Him. While a man’s response to truth is key, each response must be launched from your heart as directed by the Lord – not peer pressure, vanity or pride. God will do His part, but we must do our part. Key Scriptures: Psalm 127:1,John 7:17, Ezra 7:10, II Timothy 2:21, Phil 2:12/13
Lord, take out of me the things that don’t belong; Put in me the things that do…….. In this message, Pastor Dale Armstrong continues his series “Heart Search”. Foundational scripture: Psalm 127:1-2
“The point of offence is your point of deliverance”. In Part 4 of his series “Heart Search”, Pastor Dale Armstrong continues to explore the depths of God’s searching of our hearts, and our responsibility to search to own hearts. Key Scripture: Psalm 127:1-2, Psalm 139: 1-3, 23-24
In Part 5 of his series “Heart Search”, Pastor Dale Armstrong explores the Biblical truths about suffering. “The hardest, most agonizing prayer Jesus prayed was…..(Mark 14:33-35, when Hhe told His disciples, in the garden of Gethsemane) ‘I am so grieved to the point of death’ “. Key Scriptures: Psalm 139:1, 23, Mark 14:33-35