Moving in the Spirit means walking in the Spirit- doing what you’ve heard God tell you to do. It’s all about hearing and moving. Make sure you don’t misinterpret God (Samuel). Gal. 5:24-26; John 5:1-9; Amos 3:7; II Chron. 20:20.
Pastor Dale continues this series using last week’s scriptures (see 02.01.09) and adding more story/examples to demonstrate the absolute need for us to walk in the Spirit. We live in the Spirit and that enables us to crucify the flesh, not the other way around.
Listen as Pastor Dale shares many of his experiences of walking in the Spirit and preaches about visions and what stops and aids the personal and corporate move of God. Scriptures: Gal. 5:16, 24-26; Amos 3:7; John 5:1-15, 17-20; I Sam. 3:1-10; Is. 6:6-8; John 7:17.
Using the text from Gal. 5:16, 24-26, Pastor Dale continues to preach on walking the Spirit, and then you won’t fulfill the lusts of the flesh. We are dead to sin, but we still have the choice to sin. From I Corinthians 14:27-33 he explains that a church service should have an “interpreter” who conducts the Spirit in the service. Listen as Pastor Dale gives 7 things that can limit an interpreter in a service.
Pastor Dale continues to preach on Gal. 5:16 – walk in the Spirit, and then you will not fulfill the lusts of the flesh. Spiritual dyslexia will get the work of trying not to fulfill the flesh before walking in the Spirit. He clarifies two “ceilings” that we must break through and the need for an “interpreter” (the person at the helm of the flow of the Spirit) in a service.
Gal. 5:16, 24. The love-walk is in the Spirit. Worship is life. Listen as Pastor Dale shares the truth of being filled with the Spirit and the power that is in being filled- continuously.
Gal. 5:16; Ps. 112; Rom. 8:1. We can walk in the Spirit by strengthening our spirit, and walking in the Spirit causes your spirit to get stronger. The Holy Spirit’s power to convict is stronger than the devil’s power to tempt. Don’t let the devil steal your time with Jesus. People will be set free by you, if they see Jesus, not a Pharisee.
Gal. 5:16-18; Rom. 12:1-3; I Cor. 14:14-15. Pastor Dale preaches that you are to be a living sacrifice that doesn’t crawl off the altar. Listen to find out how you beat the battle of the flesh, not by denying it, but by walking in the Spirit and saturating yourself in the Word daily. Sin is a choice, and then it can change your nature. Live passionately for Jesus. Pray in the Spirit, building yourself up. The source of the problem is the flesh; the source of the answer is the Spirit and the Word.
Gal. 5:16; I John 1:1-3; II Cor. 5:16; I John 3:2. The main focus of this sermon is that fellowship with God brings change by giving you His nature. The flesh side of man changes temporarily and with discomfort, but when the spirit of the person is changed, light comes in. Listen for lots of nuggets that you will need to process and meditate on, such as the enemy of fellowship with God is organized Christian fellowship, because it’s an alternate to an evangelistic lifestyle.
Listen to the message concerning the offering and proclaiming bills “paid”, praying for financial miracles and God’s grace, mercy, and forgiveness, Kim Miller’s testimony of Glenn Eshleman’s amazing recovery from bypass surgery, and an ordination service of Ed Garner as COO for CWI. Pastor Dale preaches briefly on spiritual warfare, that we are to pull down strongholds in others’ minds, such as how people view women in the church.