Speaker ‘Dale Armstrong’

The Gospel Is the Power of God Part 1

Sunday May 21, 2006
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Why we need to strive for more power. Launch into the deep, don’t be ashamed of the power of the gospel. Key, strong prayer life and fellowship with Jesus and believers. Dale shares personal testimonies of the power of God.

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The Gospel Is the Power of God Part 2

Sunday June 18, 2006
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Did you know that receiving the “power” of God is separate from receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit? Using scripture texts of Romans 1:16, Acts 10:38, Luke 24:29, and Isaiah 40:28-31, Pastor Dale explains that we need the power of God as well as the Holy Spirit. He also gives examples of receiving God’s power through prayer and waiting on Him (serving Him).

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The Gospel Is the Power of God Part 3

Sunday June 25, 2006
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Where the gospel is, the power of God is there. Receiving is easy. God wants to use us to minister. To win involves conflict. The process to power. Everyone’s has a part and a job to do.

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Don’t be ashamed of the Gospel

Sunday July 9, 2006
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Using Romans 1:16 and I Thessalonions 1:5, Pastor Dale teaches us that God is a good God, He’s for us, and He wants to reward us. We need not to be ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, because it is the power in our lives to overcome sin and to get us on track. The Gospel we live by brings change and joy. We don’t need to be afraid of the will of God. In order to have victory, we must have battles. Our conflicts will cause us to rise above them and cause us to achieve. We need power to be bold.

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Victory for All

Sunday July 16, 2006
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Luke 24: God has supernatural power. There is a place where the spiritual meets the natural. Some people need to see the power of God when He makes Himself known. Pastor Dale tells about a Russian theater manager who was healed by God’s miraculous power through a word of knowledge. Miracles and signs and wonders are often for a purpose.

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Grieve Not the Spirit

Sunday July 23, 2006
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Texts: Eph. 4:29 and I Thess. 5:16. The Holy Spirit has a sensitive nature. It doesn’t take much to grieve or quench Him, nor to welcome Him. We grieve the Spirit when we suppress and try to control the ministry gifts and the Holy Spirit in someone. We must yield to the Spirit, because He wants to use us. We shouldn’t be afraid of the supernatural, nor allow the fear of failure to keep us in bondage. We stay in the Spirit and move in the Spirit by the hearing of faith (Gal. 3:2). Move on, not allowing the hurts of life to keep us from flowing in the Spirit.

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The Testimony of Jesus

Sunday July 30, 2006
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I Cor. 12 is the text for this sermon on the vocal gifts of the Spirit. John 16:13 also helps us understand the importance of the guiding of the Holy Spirit, so that Jesus is glorified. Jesus lives in us, and we have God’s anointing in us, which will teach us. (I John 2:20-27)

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Gifts of the Spirit

Sunday August 6, 2006

Listen to this sermon to hear the difference between the gifts of the Spirit, the administrations, and the operations of the Spirit found in I Cor. 12. Everything God has for you, He wants to minister through you. The manifestation of the Spirit will profit you. Giving, praying, and fasting will bring a manifestation and open up the realm of the Spirit to you.

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The Manifestation of the Spirit

Sunday August 13, 2006

Are we all to move in the Spirit? According to I Cor. 12:7 “the manifestation of the Spirit is given to each one for the profit of all.” The manifestation of the Spirit can save your life and bring profit to you in many ways. Listen as Pastor Dale teaches on moving in the gifts of the Spirit, compassion and love, and desiring the gifts in your life.

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Doctrine of the Human Spirit

Sunday August 20, 2006

We are a spirit living in a body and having a soul. One of those three parts can overpower the other parts. Your spirit is your “real you” and was designed to control you. Your mind is to assist the Spirit in you, but God speaks to your spirit. Read Heb. 4:12, Matt. 15:19, Romans 8:13-14, and Prov. 20:27.

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The Deep Things of God

Sunday August 27, 2006
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Did you know that the Holy Spirit’s presence is better than when Jesus lived on the earth? Read John 16:7. The plan of God is hidden for you. The wisdom of God is by His Spirit, because the Holy Spirit searches the deep things of God. Since the Spirit is in your heart, so is the wisdom of God. Pray in tongues to get God’s plan for you.

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Gifts of the Spirit Defined

Sunday September 3, 2006

Listen how a person can hinder or cooperate with the gifts of the Spirit. Think how Peter changed after being baptized and endued with power from the Holy Spirit. Pastor Dale tells about an experience when he missed “it” by not giving an interpretation to a tongue. God will bless you when you are in the place He wants you, and then He will trust you with the gifts of the Spirit.

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God’s Gifts and His Grace

Sunday September 10, 2006
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It’s always God’s will for people to be healed. Jesus even ministered to the people who were offended by Him. He taught them when they had unbelief, so that they could believe.

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Unity is Not Conformity

Sunday September 17, 2006
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Expounding on “Unity is not conformity and diversity is not division”, Pastor Dale uses examples of how God works the gifts differently in the Body.

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Purpose of the Gifts

Sunday September 24, 2006

He preaches that the manifestation of the Spirit is given to each one for the profit of all. The five-fold ministry, miracles, gifts of healings, helps, administrations, and varieties of tongues are to equip the Body in the ministry of reconciliation, to do the works of Jesus and even greater ones, and to have dominion over what God has made. Each one of us is to have dominion over his or her own body and not be conformed to this world.

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Love and the Gifts

Sunday October 1, 2006

Covet the best gifts, which is whatever gift you need. Love of God is more excellent than coveting the gifts of the Spirit (I Cor. 12:31). Whatever we do to serve, we do because we love Jesus. It’s the love of Jesus that will compel you to pray. Serve because you love God.

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Pool of Bethesda

Sunday October 29, 2006

Satan and religion fight a move of God. We need to protect the gifts of the Spirit and keeps ourselves from pride by running from fame just as Jesus did.

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The Word of Faith Part 1

Sunday October 29, 2006
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Believing goes with confessing, making our confession and our words very powerful. Confess the Word for what you need and turn that Word into praise. Pastor Dale shares how, even though he was saved, he still had depression and nightmares. Also, he encourages you to not add to God’s grace.

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Power of Intercessory Prayer

Sunday November 5, 2006
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What can change situations and save lives? Pastor Dale teaches that God looks for people to pray, and shares how his disobedience to a call for intercessory prayer cost him and a young man- a broken arm for him and the death of the young man. Find out about intercessory prayer and its absolute importance.

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Staggering Promises

Sunday November 12, 2006
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Pastor Dale teaches about “Staggering Promises” using he Parable of the Sower and the Seed. Focus on abiding in Christ rather than on fighting the devil.

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Where Faith Begins

Sunday November 19, 2006
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Pastor Dale uses Romans 10:6 to explain that righteousness of faith speaks. Righteousness is being fully united in God’s purposes. Go by faith from sin consciousness to righteous consciousness. Pastor Dale gave a strong word about depression being selfishness.

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Faith and Desire

Sunday November 26, 2006
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Continuing to use Romans 10:6, Pastor Dale develops the truth that the trial of your faith produces patience, meaning that you stay the same under every circumstance. Using dating, moving to engagement, and then marriage, he compares faith to going where there’s a point of no return.

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Testimonies

Sunday December 31, 2006
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Dales teaching with 14 people sharing testimonies

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State of the Church Address

Sunday January 7, 2007
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In the past the church influenced the business world, but now the thinking of the secular realm has influenced the church’s teaching on vision. There is only one vision. It’s God’s vision, and it is to be done corporately. There are great doors opened for the body here, but there are many adversaries (I Cor. 16:9). Paul was hindered, and we will be, too, if we are doing God’s will. Religious spirits and an elitist attitude are respectable demons, as bad as demons from anywhere in the world. Listen to find out what door opened for Paul. Every conflict is an example by which many will be set free.

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God’s Vision and Calling

Sunday January 14, 2007
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The difference between calling and vision. Texts included are Ephesians 4 and Luke 2:40-52. We need to “be” before we “do”. God wants to make changes in our hearts, so that we bear fruit. Our confidence is in Him.

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The Word of Faith Part 2

Sunday January 28, 2007
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Romans 10:6 is the text for this teaching on “the righteousness of faith speaks”. What you say will determine how the Word is released in your life. God is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him. Did you know that Peter didn’t doubt Jesus when he went to Him on the water? He doubted his own ability to walk on the water. We, as believers, can walk on the Word of God.

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The Word of Faith Part 3

Sunday February 4, 2007
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There are times when some storms in our lives require our speaking to them. Prayer opens the capacity for faith. The spoken, communicated Word of God is where faith comes from. Our testimonies are our weapons to minister to others. The word of your testimony is powerful! (Romans 10:8, 9, 10, 17; Rev. 12:11; Mark 5:21-21-43)

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The Word of Faith Part 4

Sunday February 11, 2007
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Believe that God is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him and that He is a good God. Watch who you follow, because that will determine where you go and what you receive from the Lord. Choose to go the way of victory. Act on your faith.

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The Word of Faith Part 5

Sunday February 18, 2007
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The word of faith is the foundation of how we look at things. Words are power, and power is only given to people whose character is increased and who are mature. Release what you believe in your heart. The Word must be mixed with your faith.

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The Word of Faith Part 6

Sunday February 25, 2007
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I believe, therefore I speak. We are to fight the fight of faith in the realm of our minds. Choose to believe the Word. Don’t deal with issues of weakness. We are strong in the Lord. Satan defeats us with negative strongholds in our lives. We can pull down strongholds by confronting them with the Word.

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The Armor of God Part 1

Sunday March 4, 2007
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Pastor Dale reminded us that the joy of the Lord is our strength. We get that joy as a side-effect of being with our Lord and Savior. Our faith will be tested, and that produces patience. Be doers of the word, and see yourself strong in Him.

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The Armor of God Part 2

Sunday March 11, 2007
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Using many scriptures, Pastor Dale explains what we should resist and how to build yourself up in faith. We are to stand against the devil, because God wants us to have the victory.

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The Armor of God Part 3

Sunday March 18, 2007
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Texts: I Tim. 6:11, 12; Eph. 6:10. Fight the good fight of faith, trusting in the Lord and His power and strength. Don’t let Satan use his strategies to steal your joy, because joy is your strength. It may be years later that Satan’s strategies affect us. We put off the old way of life, and we put on the armor of God, which is the character of God. Knowing the purposes of God for your life gives you hope. You do have victory over the works of the devil. Don’t be afraid of the devil, and don’t engage the devil in a battle you’ve already won.

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The Armor of God Part 4

Sunday April 8, 2007
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Eph. 6:10-18 is a summary of the book of Ephesians. We are positioned over Satan, principalities, and powers. You don’t wrestle with armor on. You stand (not struggle) against the principalities and powers with the armor on. You’re seated above your enemies, and you put your feet on the enemy’s neck. Look at the things that are provided by the Lord. God moves through the Spirit:

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The Armor of God Part 5

Sunday April 15, 2007
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This sermon was preached at Grace Chapel with our Amish brothers and sisters. Preaching on Eph. 6 and the armor of God, Pastor Dale reminds us that if we’re not set free in some area, it’s because we have not accepted a truth. There is strength when the Body of Christ comes together in unity and truth.

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The Armor of God Part 6

Sunday April 22, 2007
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Do you know what you are to put off, and what you’re to put on? What about sin, the flesh, righteousness, the responsibilities of the Spirit, bitterness, wrath, clamor, evil speaking, malice, the devil? Find out what the relationship of the flesh is to our spirit.

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The Armor of God Part 7

Sunday April 29, 2007
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A big part of our armor and strength is focusing on and spending time with the Lord Jesus Christ. The armor is the truth of the Word, so that we can stand and occupy. (Eph. 6:10-18)

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The Armor of God Part 8

Sunday May 6, 2007
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Listen to this powerful service as Pastor Dale focuses on submitting to God and withstanding and resisting Satan’s strategies and timing, causing him to flee. During ministry time Scott Auchenbach ministered a song and words were shared by several women, Teri Armstrong, and Ben Stoltzfus.

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How God Deals With Man

Sunday May 20, 2007
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God can guide us by our desires, which He puts in us if we live and commune with Him. In order to submit, we may have to go through hard times, and it’s then that we have to use our faith. In those experiences Satan reveals where we need to “fix” and strengthen something that’s wrong. Suffering is a pressure-tester.

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You’ve Seen too Much to go Back

Saturday May 26, 2007
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The CWI family enjoyed fellowship at Refreshing Mountain Camp. Listen as Pastor Dale and many others share how their lives have been impacted by God’s working in them through CWI.

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The Armor of God Part 9

Sunday June 3, 2007
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In this sermon on the armor of God, Pastor Dale preaches on our righteousness and relationship. Listen to find out if relationship comes first or fellowship. (Eph. 6; Luke 1:13-15, 31-32; II Cor. 5:17, 21; I John 1:1-10; Heb. 9:14, Heb. 10:1-2; Rom. 8:37-39)

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Two Ways God Heals

Sunday June 10, 2007
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Two ways God heals is through the gifts of the Spirit and through our using our own faith. Could the cause of a lack of a move of God be because of unbelief in the body of Christ?

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The Armor of God Part 10

Sunday July 1, 2007
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Eph. 6:10-18 presents the armor of God. Did you know that what we think is warfare against the enemy might really be fighting our flesh to get the armor on? This powerful sermon addresses our thought patterns and describes symptoms of a mind under attack. Learn how to gain victory in your mind.

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School of Prayer Part 1

Sunday July 8, 2007
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Prayer is making a request and being committed to see it through, but it must be something you can believe for. A personal prayer life is the source of power in your life. Pastor Dale teaches on Luke 11:9-10 (ask, seek, knock) and Mark 11:24.

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School of Prayer Part 2

Sunday July 15, 2007
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Pastor Dale lays the foundation of prayer: Pray to the Father. Use the name of Jesus. Pray in the Spirit. Pray scriptural prayers from the Word of God. Prayer is designed to get an answer. Our love-relationship with God leads to our asking Him to do things for us that He has promised and provided.

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School of Prayer Part 3

Sunday July 22, 2007
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Expecting and receiving answers to your prayers gives you joy. We can have faith to believe our prayers will be answered if we ask (pray to) God according to His will in the name of Jesus. (Matt. 6:6, 7:7-11, 18:19; John 16:23, 24; John 14:12; John 15:7)

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School of Prayer Part 4

Sunday July 29, 2007
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When doesn’t God hear us? He has a heart of compassion and wants to give. Could unforgiveness affect God’s hearing us? A pure heart is necessary to be heard by God. Deal with offenses in order to be in fellowship with God. Look in your heart!

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School of Prayer Part 5

Sunday August 5, 2007
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Our human heart needs to be checked, because iniquity, sin, and hardness in our hearts will take away our confidence in prayer. What’s the treatment for our “heart problems”? You’ll want to read these scriptures and listen to this sermon: I John 5:14, 15; I John 2:15; John 15:7; Matt.16:16-23; Matt. 15:19; and John 15:5-8.

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The Wisdom of Discipleship

Sunday August 26, 2007
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Summary: Pastor Dale teaches that wisdom is acting and doing what Jesus said to do, and what He told us to do is to go into the world and make disciples. He then explains the eight keys of discipleship. This sermon is so full of powerful teaching, you will want to listen to it over and over again.

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Discipleship as a Strategy

Sunday September 2, 2007
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What are the characteristics of a disciple? Are you one? Beyond evangelizing, we are to make disciples. Listen to this sermon about being disciples and discipleship.

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Disciple of the Word

Sunday September 9, 2007
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Jesus was a world-changer by discipling 12 men. The power of the Gospel is that we can be “little Christs”, reproductions of Jesus Christ. Are you going to continue in the Word of God? Are you putting God’s Word into you so that you are changed, transformed from glory to glory? Are you becoming like Jesus? Is the truth of the Word making you free from whatever has kept you in bondage? Pastor Dale preaches from Matt. 7:24-29; Matt. 10:24; John 8:31; Acts 20:32; I Thess. 2:13; II Cor. 3:17, 18.

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Discipleship the Cost

Sunday September 16, 2007
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Discipleship means we put our confidence only in Jesus Christ, loving and being in fellowship Him. Following Jesus means leaving behind anything in the flesh that you had confidence in before you gave your life to Him.

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How To Be Led By The Spirit Part 1

Sunday September 30, 2007

Rom. 8:14. If you are led by the Spirit, you are a son of God, and you can know you’re born-again. How does God guide you? Being intimate with God will enable you to act on God’s Word just by a “look” from Him. Find out what is the role of integrity.

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Vision for the Children+Discipleship-the Power of God’s Word

Sunday September 30, 2007
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Listen as CWI gives a preview of its first service for the children. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is not something we can earn or work for. We are not worthy in ourselves, but we are because of Jesus’ righteousness. Is what you’re doing out of works or out of a foundation of grace? Salvation is a life.

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How To Be Led By The Spirit Part 2

Sunday October 7, 2007

Being led by the Holy Spirit is an evidence of being born again. Pastor Dale explains about the intellect, conscience, and the spirit of counsel. Our consciences must be sensitive toward God. Texts: Rom. 8:14; Rom. 9:1; Acts 23:1; Acts 24:16; I Tim. 4:1; I Tim. 1:5; I Tim. 1:18-19.

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Discipleship-A Heart Set Free

Sunday October 14, 2007
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Continuing in God’s Word is what makes us disciples- John 8:31-32. Are all Christians set free? Why are there grave clothes on many Christians? Luke 9:23- Find out what “die to self” and take up your cross daily” really mean. What changed in the scriptures after Jesus went to the cross? What’s the difference between a heart and a flesh problem? Once you’re born-again and have a new “self”, you don’t deny yourself in Christ. Do you have a revelation of what sin is and what it does to our relationship with our Father? What motivates you- the law or the lawgiver (God)? Do you seek victory or obedience? What does it mean to be established in grace? How do we offend God? Do we abuse Him? Look to Jesus and see His glory.

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How To Be Led By The Spirit Part 3

Sunday October 14, 2007

The Holy Spirit speaks to our spirits, not our minds. At some point we actually “hear” what the Spirit has been saying to us over and over again. Are you willing to do God’s will? Until you do you’ll never know what His will is. Find out about counsel, conscience, and consecration.

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Communion and the New Covenant

Sunday October 21, 2007
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Texts: Gen. 22:3; Heb. 8:6; Luke 22:15-16; I Cor. 11:23. Find out about the covenant of Abraham and the new covenant of Jesus Christ that allow us to take the blessings of the covenant.

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Success and Life Part 1

Sunday November 4, 2007
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What is success? Listen to find out how believers should define success. You need to be in a church body where the vision is one that will allow you to flourish. God has a plan for everyone everywhere. Don’t be afraid of work, because God wants you to be fulfilled in the work that you have. If you don’t fulfill the calling on your life, others are going to suffer.

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Success and Life Part 2

Sunday November 11, 2007
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Texts: Joshua 1:6-10; III John 2; Ps. 1. Listen to this powerful sermon on: THE WORD OF GOD WILL WORK FOR WHOSOEVER, PROSPER YOU IN WHATSOEVER, AND HE WILL DO IT WHEREVER YOU ARE.

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Birth of LINC

Sunday November 11, 2007
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The Holy Spirit moved. This night was the birth of an orphanage.

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Success and Life Part 3

Sunday November 18, 2007
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Using texts: Joshua 1:6-10; III John 2; Ps. 1., Pastor Dale teaches on getting the Word in and the wrong (negative, poverty, critical, etc.) thinking out. There is a danger in dealing with financial power: covetousness, greed, and deceitfulness. The Bible teaches that His people can be righteous and rich, rather than its being an either/or deal. It is wrong to use what you get from God on yourself only.

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How To Be Led By The Spirit Part 4

Sunday November 18, 2007

We should be able to get personal guidance from the Holy Spirit. Personal prophecy may confirm what the Lord has told you. Find the voice of God and go from the mind to your spirit. The peace of God should rule in your heart. Texts are Rom. 8:14-16, I Cor. 14:13, Acts 27:7-18, and Col. 3:15.

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Success and Life Part 4

Sunday November 25, 2007
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Texts: Joshua 1:6-10; III John 2; Ps. 1. God’s ways: obey God to be blessed, the 100-fold has to do with forsaking something to do His will (Mark 10:17-31) and making quality decisions. Want to be contented? You won’t find it by seeking after money. Where God guides, He provides.

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How To Be Led By The Spirit Part 5

Sunday December 2, 2007

You know you’re born again if the Spirit leads and guides you, and that as surely as you can know what to do. Listen to good teaching on how to handle worldly wisdom, envy and strife, prophetic words, and making decisions.

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Success and Life Part 5

Sunday December 2, 2007
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Joshua 1:6-10; III John 2; Ps. 1, Ps. 27:13, Prov. 3:5, Heb. 3:17, 18, Ps. 27:23-24, 4-5 I John 1:9. Success is doing the will of God. To be in the right place at the right time comes after being in preparation for a long time. Allow God to direct your path, enjoying Him and rejoicing in Him. God is our guide, not us.

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Fully Persuaded

Sunday December 9, 2007
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Experience the Holy Spirit as He took over this life-changing service proclaiming and praising Jesus for the victory in Him in Isaiah 53. We are raised from the dead, because JESUS IS ALIVE! We have forgiveness of sins, healing, peace, freedom to access Him, and so much more!!!! Share your faith- Philemon 6. We are persuaded.

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Success and Life Part 6

Sunday December 9, 2007
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Listen as Pastor Dale gives many nuggets of truth concerning prosperity. Is there a difference between achievement and fulfillment?

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Success and Life Part 7

Sunday December 16, 2007
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Can you trust your own thinking? In this sermon Pastor Dale challenges us to check on and change our thinking. Listen and find out what hinders and limits our thinking.

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Who Jesus Is In The Person of Christ

Sunday December 23, 2007
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Phil. 2:1-5. What is my life worth? How is my life to be like Jesus’? Listen to this different kind of Christmas message.

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Healing Is Yours

Sunday December 30, 2007
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Armada’s Shane shared about his and his wife, Katie’s, work and life in Moscow. Pastor Dale’s sermon was ministering on healing as part of salvation. Do you want to know if you believe? If you cannot be made to doubt something, you believe it.

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Success and Life Part 8

Sunday December 30, 2007
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Are we prepared to receive all God has for us? Abraham staggered at the size of the promise of God to him. Can we bear what God wants for us? What is our greatest enemy? Go Forward! Go Ahead!!!

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Communion-Prophetic

Sunday January 6, 2008
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Armada’s Shane shared about his and his wife, Katie’s, work and life in Moscow. Pastor Dale’s sermon was ministering on healing as part of salvation. Do you want to know if you believe? If you cannot be made to doubt something, you believe it.

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Impartation of Gene into Dale Part 1

Sunday January 13, 2008

This sermon, filled with testimonies of God’s faithfulness in a faithful servant, Gene Olan, and Gene’s impact on Pastor Dale’s life, sets the spiritual atmosphere for Gene Olan to minister to the sick in a powerful way.

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Impartation of Gene into Dale Part 2

Sunday January 13, 2008

Pastor Dale shares about Rev. 12:11 and the importance of our being a testimony of Jesus’ power, grace, and favor.  Most of the evening service was Gene Olon sharing the many testimonies of God’s faithfulness in the area of healing and intercessory prayer. He gives many healing scriptures and experiences of God’s powerful intervention on his behalf.

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Being an Overcomer

Sunday January 20, 2008
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Rev. 12:10-11. Victory comes by the blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony and not loving our lives unto the death. We are to witnesses to what we have seen and experienced. We have to chose if we love God or do we love our own lives. Do we chose heaven over earth (the flesh)? We need to stay in fellowship with God and others. We can testify of others’ testimonies as well as our own.

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Prosperity, Believe You Receive

Sunday January 20, 2008
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Do you want to have victory? Learn to speak to your problem, not about the problem. Your words release faith, so speak to the problem and speak out, confess the answer. Fill your words with power and blessing. What you speak is what you’re ordering in your life. A strong word of caution: Make sure you’re not cursing your own life by focusing on your problems. We are not to sympathize, but we are to have compassion.

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The Grace of God

Sunday February 10, 2008
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Are you caught in the web of works? Have you forgotten it’s by grace you have been saved? Pastor Dale uses his and Pastor Bob’s jackets to demonstrate that the sin, sickness, and lack are and were exchanged for God’s righteousness, healing, and riches. Jesus took what we had and gave what God has to give us, because Jesus Christ paid for them.

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Overcoming The World

Sunday February 17, 2008
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The circumstances you’re dealing with are temporal, meaning they are subject to change. Find out how looking to Jesus and at the eternal can bring God’s promises to fruition in your life. You are made in God’s image, so call those things that be not as though they are.

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Description of Faith

Sunday February 24, 2008
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With Hebrews 11:1 as a starting point, Pastor Dale builds on the necessary foundation of faith. First comes hope, and then faith. Using the analogy of concrete being poured into a wooden form, he compared faith to the concrete being shaped by the wooden form (hope). We will have more faith the more we trust God and have a close relationship with Him. We will get tossed about, but we are to stand our ground, not waver, and not doubt in our hearts.

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Apostolic Ministry Part 1

Sunday March 2, 2008

Texts: Eph. 2:18-22; Eph. 4:7-13; Romans 15:18-20; Matt. 23:37. Ephesians 4:20 states that we are built on the foundation of the apostles and the prophets, and Jesus Christ is the chief cornerstone. The foundation of the apostles and the prophets must be recognized. The purpose of the five-fold ministry (apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers) is to equip the saints for ministry and to bring the body to unity of faith and the knowledge of Jesus Christ.

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Apostolic Ministry Part 2

Sunday March 2, 2008

Texts: Eph. 2:18-22; Eph. 4:7-13; Romans 15:18-20; Matt. 23:37. Ephesians 4:20 states that we are built on the foundation of the apostles and the prophets, and Jesus Christ is the chief cornerstone. The foundation of the apostles and the prophets must be recognized. The purpose of the five-fold ministry (apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers) is to equip the saints for ministry and to bring the body to unity of faith and the knowledge of Jesus Christ.

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Apostolic Ministry Part 3

Sunday March 9, 2008

Pastor Dale teaches on grace for our lives. We will grow naturally, but grace isn’t enough and in order to increase we need discipline and pressure. Once Jesus was subject (continuously obedient and submitted) to His parents, (Luke 2:41-52) He increased in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and men. It’s premature for a person to launch out in ministry with just ability, knowledge of the person’s calling, and age. Increase means to make a road, to clear and cut a path. The pressure of submission helps us get out of ourselves, and then we can minister out of our strength, victory, and deliverance.

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Our Share In The Resurrection

Sunday March 23, 2008
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Starting with Matthew 16:15-18, Pastor Dale preached the Resurrection Day sermon. Although Peter knew Jesus’ divinity, it has hidden from the people, so that He would be crucified and resurrected, providing salvation for all humanity. It offends Jesus when we are not willing to sacrifice for Him. Taking up our cross means our dying on it. Before Jesus’ resurrection, out of man’s heart came evil, but since the resurrection, we’ve been raised from the dead, meaning that now evil comes from the works of the flesh, according to Paul in Galatians 5:19. Our spirits are born again, but we still need to deal with the flesh and our minds.

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Apostolic Ministry Part 4

Sunday April 6, 2008

Church’s foundation is the apostolic and prophetic ministries linked to Jesus Christ Himself (not His principles) as the Chief Cornerstone. Apostle Paul wouldn’t build on someone else’s ministry. We’re not called to do everything, and Satan can devalue a ministry by overloading it with needs. We’re not to tear up previous foundations, but we are to build on them. Elisha dropped the baton of anointing and took it to the grave. YOUR ANOINTING CAN TAKE YOU PLACES YOUR CHARACTER CAN’T KEEP YOU. Eph. 4:11-13 There are apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers today because we have not all come to the unity of the faith. Jesus is active in the Church now and so the apostolic and prophetic ministries need to be active, too. Jesus is the author, the continuous Church builder, Messiah, high priest, intercessor.

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Apostolic Ministry Part 5

Sunday April 6, 2008

Church’s foundation is the apostolic and prophetic ministries linked to Jesus Christ Himself (not His principles) as the Chief Cornerstone. Apostle Paul wouldn’t build on someone else’s ministry. We’re not called to do everything, and Satan can devalue a ministry by overloading it with needs. We’re not to tear up previous foundations, but we are to build on them. Elisha dropped the baton of anointing and took it to the grave. YOUR ANOINTING CAN TAKE YOU PLACES YOUR CHARACTER CAN’T K

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Apostolic Ministry Part 6

Sunday April 13, 2008

The Church is the greatest tool of evangelism. Just like the man who leaves the ninety-nine sheep to find the lost one, the Church needs to be strong, so that the believers don’t fall away when the pastor goes after the lost one. The Church should keep strengthening the strong areas and give honor to the weak areas. The Church needs to build a good scriptural foundation, not a cultural one. What is the purpose of the ministry gifts? It is to equip the saints for the work of the ministry. (Ephesians 4:12)

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Apostolic Ministry Part 7

Sunday April 13, 2008

We are to be witnesses (not to be confused with witnessing). That means we must have seen and experienced the power of God. In Acts 8:1-8 churches were planted because the believers scattered because of persecution. The believers were witnesses wherever they went. Mark 16 notes that signs would follow the believers, not the apostolic. You have to go out to the harvest field. “You don’t kill the enemy at the headquarters.” The second way churches are planted is by believers being sent out. The Church will grow if each believer reproduces himself or herself. We need to walk in the fear of the Lord and in the comfort of the Holy Spirit.

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Based On The Word

Sunday May 4, 2008
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“Based on the Word” Our thoughts and ways are not always God’s thoughts and ways. Using Isaiah 55:8-11 and Luke 16:22-31 (the rich man and Lazarus), Pastor Dale encourages the listener to build on the Word of God and not on manifestations, experiences, and emotions. The Word is eternal. He addresses condemnation versus conviction.

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Religious Spirits and Religious Moves

Sunday May 4, 2008
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Pastor Dale shares his strong focus of tearing down religious spirits in Lancaster and the church body and getting the focus back on worshiping the living Christ. Even a move of God can be worshiped, instead of the Lord Jesus Christ. Dale uses Moses and the brass serpent scriptures to illustrate how something “good” can be worshiped.

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Apostolic Ministry Part 8

Sunday May 11, 2008

We are accepted and loved by God, and we should accept one another. We need to let the anointing and love flow and use the gift that is in each person. We are apostolic people in an apostolic church.

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Apostolic Ministry Part 9

Sunday May 11, 2008

Churches aren’t necessarily started by pastors. Jesus was the only pastor in the Bible who started a church. God uses prophets, evangelists, teachers, and apostles. All believers need to stay in their anointing and their calling. We’re responsible for the apostolic anointing to other nations, which we carry in us.

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The Word and the Spirit Agree

Sunday May 11, 2008
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Our bodies are a temple to house God’s Spirit in us. Since we walk by faith, it’s as if we’re with the Lord. We can walk and reap in a glorified body here, now. The Spirit and the Word agree. Pastor Dale cautions us to not be deceived by people who may start out with the Holy Spirit, but who get away from the Word and end in deception. (Col. 2:8, 15; Gal. 1:6-9; Eph. 4:14)

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The Word and the Spirit Agree

Sunday May 18, 2008
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Our bodies are a temple to house God’s Spirit in us. Since we walk by faith, it’s as if we’re with the Lord. We can walk and reap in a glorified body here, now. The Spirit and the Word agree. Pastor Dale cautions us to not be deceived by people who may start out with the Holy Spirit, but who get away from the Word and end in deception. (Col. 2:8, 15; Gal. 1:6-9; Eph. 4:14)

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Smooth Sailing Part 1

Sunday May 25, 2008
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Jesus is our shepherd, and pastors are His under-shepherds. Many people have been manipulated and abused by their religious leaders. It is necessary to know how to receive from your pastor and to handle spiritual authority. Pastor Dale tells three ways in which a believer must submit to God. (Ps. 23; Matt. 28:18; Heb. 13:17)

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Smooth Sailing Part 2

Sunday May 25, 2008
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Pastor Dale preaches on using the Word and your spirit to help you navigate in the spiritual realm. We don’t have to be afraid to move in the spiritual realm or of being deceived, if we are submitted to the Word of God.

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Smooth Sailing Part 3

Sunday June 8, 2008
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Pastors must feed their people with knowledge and understanding. The church should help fulfill people’s callings. Authority is designed to be given away. A pastor is not to control. A church should be difficult to join and easy to leave. Edification of the body comes through authority. Get out of the nest, do the things of God, and take risks.

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Smooth Sailing Part 4

Sunday June 15, 2008
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Pastor Dale uses Jeremiah 3:15 to preach on the pastor’s authority in the local church. Because people have been hurt by pastors and church leaders, some Christians don’t trust in the pastors’ authority, but we need to trust in the pastor’s authority and anointing. Rebellion destroys trust and authority. God speaks to the person in authority first.

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Smooth Sailing Part 5

Sunday June 22, 2008
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Pastor Dale preaches on the authority of the church and the pastor. Jesus gave Himself for the Church, but Satan hates the Church. Before Satan erodes society, he first attacks the church. One of the places where Satan attacks in the church in Lancaster County is in the area of authority, in which people who were wounded by pastors and churches with bad authority, run away from what will help them. It’s a perversion of authority. Good authority is to edify and to release people.

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Smooth Sailing Part 6

Sunday June 22, 2008
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God speaks through authority. Jesus delegated authority to us, and when we speak with His authority, it’s as if He said it. The sheep’s trust must be developed when pastors have wounded them. Pastor Dale relates the story of a radio announcer who didn’t submit to his pastor’s authority. We are to obey and be submissive to the good pastors over us.

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Smooth Sailing Part 7

Sunday June 29, 2008
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Are you devoted to the Church? Pastor Dale defines “the Church” and encourages us to “up” our value of Christ, which will in turn increase our evangelism. We should be eagerly telling everyone we meet about Jesus and the Gospel, just like a woman who finds a great sale in a store.

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Smooth Sailing Part 8

Sunday July 6, 2008
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Satan’s plan is to pervert authority, whether it’s in the father’s position in a family or a pastor in the church. For too long the church has allowed sin that then becomes accepted in society. The church is to be salt and light and can make a difference in this nation. We must walk in love and discern the Lord’s Body, the believers’ brothers and sister in Christ. Run to the church for the miracle you need. Normal is a church on fire with the Holy Spirit.

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Smooth Sailing Part 9

Sunday July 6, 2008
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The Gospel is powerful, but victimization makes people (in the church) afraid of authority. In order to submit to a person, you need the Holy Spirit to submit to God in them. Pastor Dale explains three indicators of submission. The Word and the Spirit enable us to do what He’s told us to do. Give people the Word, and don’t make their decisions for them.

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Expressing the Spirit

Sunday July 13, 2008
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Romans 12:1,2 Some things God begs you to do: offer your body as a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God. When you’re holy, He can indwell you, and you are acceptable. Sin disrupts our fellowship with God and costs heaven’s place in you. What you offer to God as a sacrifice must cost you for your lifetime. Don’t love the world, because it’s not eternal, and the love of the Father is not in him. Base what you say on the Word. James 1:6, 7- If people are wavering, they shouldn’t even think they will receive. Faith begins with your thought-life.

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Smooth Sailing Part 10

Sunday July 13, 2008
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I John 1:7. We need to love and believe in the Church to bring back her glory. We have known the Church by its failures- spiritual abuses, manipulated, being lied to, immoral leaders. We must go on in the righteousness of Jesus Christ. Coming together as believers is essential. One quality of the assemblying of believers (the Church) is walking in the light as He is in the light. We should get angry about anyone stealing the power from the Church, the Body of Christ. Compromise will take the life out of you. Our fellowship is centered around the light of the Lord Jesus. Are we willing to die for the Church?

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Understanding Suffering Part 01

Sunday July 27, 2008

James 1:2-4 … the trying of your faith produces patience. Your faith is on trial. Pastor Dale preaches on patience and suffering- not looking for the meaning in it, but looking for God’s grace. What do you submit to, and what do you resist? (James 4:7, 8) Allow God to make you stronger by submitting to Him in obedience.

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Understanding Suffering Part 02

Sunday July 27, 2008

(Heb. 6:12 We follow those who through faith and patience inherit the promises. God’s promises are conditional. We must take responsibility for our generation. Pride is when you don’t admit your faith didn’t work. We need to believe even when it isn’t working. We can have confidence when we ask according to His will.

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Understanding Suffering Part 03

Sunday August 3, 2008

Acts 10:34 God loves you as much as He loves Jesus. We need to determine what suffering is of God and what is of the devil. Godly suffering is when you can choose to get out of it. You can make a choice to walk away from it. Dale uses examples from his own life and from the Bible, such as Moses, Daniel, and Joseph. God chastens and trains us as sons. Godly suffering is unique from the suffering that Satan brings.

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Understanding Suffering Part 04

Sunday August 10, 2008

Pastor Dale continues preaching on suffering. Suffering is the result of sin, starting with Adam’s sin. Listen to hear answers to questions like: Why did this tragedy happen? Why shouldn’t I sin? Is God glorified in sickness? ( Rom. 3:23-24, Luke 13:5-17)

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Understanding Suffering Part 05

Sunday August 10, 2008

Continuing on the morning’s sermon, Pastor Dale builds on the truth that all have sinned and are guilty of hell. Adam’s offense brought condemnation, but Jesus Christ’s free gift brings justification. Grace empowers us to do something and enables us to live holier lives. We are called to confront. Listen to find out what is the role of an intercessor.

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Understanding Suffering Part 06

Sunday August 24, 2008

What is your view of God? God is good and is for us. Satan blinds the lost and many Christians to the Gospel. Pastor Dale uses scriptures to show the role of sin and Satan contrasted to that of grace. Don’t lose your will to succeed, or to be healed, or to go on. Get angry at Satan and sin not by giving place to the devil. ( II Cor. 4:3; John 10:10; Matt. 9:2; Luke 13:11; Eph. 4:26)

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You Can See Your Faith Part 1

Sunday September 7, 2008

Faith is released by the words you speak and the actions you take on what you say you have faith in. You believe when you can’t be made to doubt. Faith can be seen. The Gospel is always good.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 2

Sunday September 14, 2008

Jude 3. Keeping your faith and contending for it requires work, all your desires and efforts. Like being a mother, you have the responsibility. Pastor Dale preaches about the need to have desire and that it can be developed, groomed, and enriched.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 3

Sunday September 14, 2008

Pastor Dale continues preaching about desire and being desperate. He shares three ways to get a desire. Desire motivates more than need, and faith grabs hold of your desire.

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Do You See What I See

Sunday September 21, 2008
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Heb. 11:1; II Cor. 5:7. Faith is not denying what you see, but calling things that be not as though they are. Make the Word first priority in your life, depend of Him, ask what’s His will , and do what you can do. Develop proficiency in seeing yourself healed, delivered, prospered… James 1:22-24 be a doer of the Word. Get an image of what you would like from Jesus.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 4

Sunday September 28, 2008

Faith begins with hearing. You have faith- you had to have it to be saved. You have faith to be healed and live in divine health, because it’s the same faith that you had when you were saved. Faith is easy, like opening Christmas presents. Fear is a struggle.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 5

Sunday October 5, 2008

Using Hebrews 11 and Matthew 13, the Parable of the Sower and the Seed, and Mark 11:23, 24 Pastor Dale shares about faith. Don’t allow failure to define the will of God, because sometimes we fail in our faith. Faith isn’t in understanding, but in the heart. Listen to your heart. Planting a seed is getting the Word into soemone else’s heart, not their minds only. The unsaved can be healed. Touch Jesus.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 6

Sunday October 12, 2008

Pastor preaches on the 4 realms of faith: faith in who God is, what He has done, what you have become, and what you can do to bless others. There can be faith when a crisis comes, but there can be faith to cause a “crisis” for the enemy.

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New Creation Life

Sunday October 26, 2008
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The new birth is a record. God doesn’t fix us. He raises us from the dead and makes us new creations. Pastor Dale explains what passes away and what is changed.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 7

Sunday November 2, 2008

If you’re lacking faith, you’re lacking the Word in that area. Seek first the kingdom of God and all these things shall be added. Seek the kingdom, not the things. Focus on Jesus- not money, health. Your walk with Jesus must be #1, spouse #2, and children #3. Financial problems in your home are likely a problem of your relationship with Jesus or with your family.

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How To Deal with Defeat

Sunday November 23, 2008
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Elijah- the brook dried up; Luke 5:4-9 Peter fishing- “…Nevertheless at Your Word I will let down the net.” Don’t see yourself through the lens of failure (experience). Don’t let fear paralyze you from thinking bigger, and don’t let testimonies be a monument. Look for the good and think on it. What God tells you to do may contradict what your knowledge and “expertise” tells you.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 8

Sunday November 30, 2008

Faith is measurable. Use your faith on small things first, control your mouth, watch where your faith is at, and don’t go backwards. Don’t wrestle with the negative side.

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3 Things That Happen On The Cross

Sunday December 14, 2008
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What took place at the cross? What’s the importance of the blood covenant? Pastor Dale explains the three things that took place on the cross: 1) Jesus paid the price for our sins. 2) He bore our sicknesses and pains. 3) Jesus made the blood covenant between God and man. Listen to the description of a blood covenant.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 9

Sunday December 14, 2008

Mark 11:12-25. Don’t accept your lot in life and unacceptable circumstances. Speak to the problem and speak the end result. Your words are working in the unseen realm, and negative speaking is a curse, so use words to bless with life. “Whoever” can use faith. Don’t doubt and waiver. Write it down and sign it. Create your own crisis by creating a desire that is greater than what you can do in the natural. Don’t make assumptions of what someone is desiring when ministering to people, but ask them what they want. Hope is future, but faith is “it’s done”.

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Christmas Eve Service

Wednesday December 24, 2008
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Pastor Dale reads Luke 2’s account of the birth of Jesus Christ and other scriptures of who Jesus is. Communion is ministered followed by carol singing and worship time.

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The Place That The Word of God Should Hold In Our Life

Sunday December 28, 2008
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Using Prov. 4:20 ff, Pastor Dale preaches on receiving life in your spirit from the Word of God. Spending time in the Word must be the priority in your life, even before family, because it will help you to bless you, your family, and others.

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Costs To Walk In Love

Wednesday December 31, 2008
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Pastor Dale preaches on the love that we must take all the way to Golgotha, so that the enemy can’t use strife to conquer the Body of Christ. Listen as he uses various scriptures to clarify the love we need to walk in.

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Removing The Reproach

Sunday January 4, 2009
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Text: Neh. 5:9. Pastor Dale preaches about how the believer and leaders must be accountable and responsible to judge themselves, be transparent, and to deal with the flesh through repentance. The service includes baby dedication, as well as ordination of Jim and Michele Johnson and Miriam and Art Remington.

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You Can See Your Faith Part 10

Sunday January 11, 2009

Faith is a way of looking at life, not something applied to a problem. The tests you go through should increase you. It’s your faith that is being tested. Listen to Pastor Dale’s definition of “patience”, which should be your response to a test.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 1

Sunday February 1, 2009

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.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 2

Sunday February 8, 2009

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.

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The Power of Unity, The Purpose of Leadership

Wednesday February 11, 2009
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The closer you come to Jesus, the more the Body is in unity. Pastor Dale preaches on unity and its power, contrasting the Tower of Babel and speaking in tongues by the Holy Spirit. He explains that the anointing on the leader is for the Body’s sake. Leaders are to serve with responsibility and not seek power.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 3

Sunday February 15, 2009

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.

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Mixing Your Faith

Wednesday February 25, 2009
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Did you know that building your faith is different from releasing your faith? The Word must be mixed with faith (Heb. 4:1, 2), but the confession unto faith does not do the same thing as the confession of faith. Don’t confuse faith with peer pressure and mental assent.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 4

Sunday March 8, 2009

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.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 5

Sunday March 15, 2009

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.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 6

Sunday March 22, 2009

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.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 7

Sunday March 29, 2009

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.

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What The Resurrection Gives Us

Sunday April 12, 2009
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Pastor Dale preaches on what Jesus? resurrection gives us, starting with John 14:12-13. Because of the resurrection, Jesus always makes intercession for us, allows us to use His name (authority and power), and provides for the Holy Spirit, the Comforter, to be in us. [Statements- Jesus didn’t go to heaven dead; He went there alive! He didn’t pray our sins away. He died for them.] We pray first, and then we speak a declaration of authority. Learn when to pray and when to speak to whatever needs to go or change. John 11 – Lazarus raised from the dead. Experiences: 17 yr. old deaf-mute healed; blind person in Armenia; Dale’s seeing Jesus going through the aisles healing people; woman in Meadeville opening door and demanding sickness and depression to get out.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 8

Sunday April 26, 2009

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.

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Teaching On Giving

Sunday May 3, 2009
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Luke 6:36. Don’t have a judging and condemning spirit towards people, but some doctrine needs to judged, but you need to know where you have authority. Forgive and forget other people’s wrongs, just as Jesus Christ forgave you. Give and it will be given back to you in the same measure- in speed- grudgingly and slowly or quickly. Give your best, and give everyday. Look for places to give. Listen to God for when and where to give, and it will sharpen your faith.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 9

Sunday May 3, 2009

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.

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Living and Walking In The Spirit Part 10

Sunday May 10, 2009

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.

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The Covering of Women

Sunday May 10, 2009
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Pastor Dale preaches that the Gospel has brought freedom for women. The bondage is caused by people who will hold to their doctrine, but they will not obey it, whether it is coverings for the woman when she prophesies, or the accusers of the woman caught in adultery. Listen as Pastor Dale explains why women should be able to preach and more about women wearing covernings.

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Three Ways To Receive Your Manifestation

Wednesday May 13, 2009
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Listen as Pastor Dale shows in the Word how healing and manifestations of the Spirit are linked to a person’s giving, praying, and fasting. Seek God, not healing. (Acts 10:1-4, 29-31; Matt. 6:1-18; Matt. 17:14-21)

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Elements of Healing

Wednesday May 20, 2009
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John 5:1-9, 14. Pastor Dale expounds on 4 elements of healing: God heals through the gifts of the Spirit. We can be healed by our faith in Jesus Christ- through the anointing. We can be healed if we are under an authority (ex.-a church body) that believes I divine healing. Pastor Dale explains that the anointing is not the gifts of the Spirit.

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Seeds of Revival Part 1

Sunday May 24, 2009
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Col. 1:9-14 Pastor Dale preaches on the power of salvation. We have been translated out of the kingdom of darkness. We are full of God. We’ve been delivered from all of Satan’s power. Acts. 26:18. The power of salvation is the seed of revival.

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Laying on of The Hands

Wednesday May 27, 2009
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Pastor Dale preaches on laying on of hands for anointing and healing. Love people and have compassion for them. Laying hands on some people may be the only time they get a physical touch from God. Titus 1:2, 5 Titus was a mobile minister; pastors can be mobile!

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Seeds of Revival Part 2

Sunday June 7, 2009
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Listen to this powerful message on being delivered and saved in our experience as well as our doctrine. What are the 5 phases of Jesus Christ’s identification with us? Do we need to figure ourselves out? How can we forget those things (sins) which we?ve done in the past? When are you truly confessing your sin? Are you dead in Christ?

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Boldness

Wednesday June 10, 2009
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(Your Heavenly Calling) Hebrews, Is. 55:10, Rom. 5:5, and I Cor. 13:4. What’s a key to receiving from God? Jesus Christ is the High Priest of our profession. When we boldly profess (confess, repeat with boldness) His Word, we can enter into what God has for us. The boldness is in what we say. Boldness leads to possession. SPEAK THE WORD BOLDLY!

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Boldly Say

Wednesday June 17, 2009
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Pastor Dale preaches on Mark 11:22-26. Our faith for receiving is in the believing what we say and keep on saying. What are you saying? That’s what you will get. Don’t rehearse your problem, and don’t use your faith to dig your own grave. Ask for wisdom. (James 1:2-8)

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Seeds of Revival Part 3

Sunday June 28, 2009
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You cannot be baptized in the Holy Spirit or be filled with the Holy Spirit unless you receive salvation. You must ask God for the filling of the Spirit, which is needed for service. (John 14:16; Luke 11:11ff; Acts 11:4ff; Acts 2:38, 39; Jude 20; Eph. 6:18)

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Grace and Truth

Sunday July 5, 2009
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Listen to this powerful message on grace and truth. If Jesus is preached in the spirit of grace and truth, the law can lead people to Christ, but the law does not set people free. It is the truth that sets people free. What should be preached? The truth of Jesus Christ should be preached. Preaching Jesus Christ and the spirit of grace and truth changes people, rather than preaching against immorality, fear, etc. Don’t be judgmental. You’re not the Holy Spirit. There was ministry time for Dr. David and Grace Kandole.

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Seven Things You Should Know About the Anointing

Sunday July 12, 2009
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Pastor Dale preached on letting go of the past as trash. He explains the seven things you should know about the anointing. Ed Black, Ed Garner, and Karen Zelfimyan were ordained. (Others the Spirit ordained: couple from Colorado)

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Faith That Says

Wednesday July 15, 2009
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Do you honor (keep) your own word like a signature on an important contract? Do you have a small view of yourself? Do you believe what God sees in you? You will get what you believe and say, because your words are binding. Believe all the things you say you will do, and know God’s love for you. It will give you the boldness to have faith for the big things. Don’t compare yourself with others.

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Keeping Your Faith On

Sunday July 19, 2009
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We owe others our faith. Listen to find out how to keep your faith turned on. Scriptures: Luke 17:11-19;Acts 14:7-10; Luke 13:101-17; I John 3:8; Jonah 2:7-9.

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Your First Ministry

Sunday July 26, 2009
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Born-again believers are God’s elect, who are all chosen to pray and make petitions to God. We are to be His ambassadors, enforcing His jurisdiction. Don?t pray until you can pray in faith, so you can use prayer effectively. Pastor Dale encouraged us to make a list of 10 people we are praying for. 1) II Cor. 4:3 pray to bind the devil from making attacks on them and pray for them to be loosed to be saved. 2) Eph. 1:16-18 pray that the eyes of their understanding would be enlightened (wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him. 3) Praise God and worship Him, and 4) do it tomorrow and tomorrow… Talk to God about men.

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How To Believe To Receive Answers To Your Prayers

Wednesday July 29, 2009
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Listen as Pastor Dale tells four of seven ways to believe to receive answers to your prayers. Matt. 21:22 Ask in prayer, believe, and you shall receive.

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Lord, Give Me Souls For An Inheritance

Sunday August 2, 2009
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Ask and I’ll give you the heathen for your inheritance. The harvest is plenteous, but the laborers are few, pray for more laborers. However, don’t pray for something that you’re not willing to do. He’ll send you with a commission and authority…dominate where you go. Three things to pray, Lord give me the right message at the right time; open the door of utterance into people’s lives; pray that the Word will continue to run its course and be glorified.

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Evangelism Offering Message

Sunday August 2, 2009
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Pastor Dale updates the congregation on the outreach of CWI to Delta, Colorado and Chester County, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The wealth of the ungodly will be given to the righteous when the wicked are saved. Success is measured by obedience.

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7 Steps To Answered Prayer

Wednesday August 5, 2009
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Listen as Pastor Dale expounds on each of the seven steps to answered prayer. Having problems with your thoughts and emotions? Listen to this helpful sermon.

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Using Your Authority

Sunday August 9, 2009
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John 16:23; John 14:12-14; Acts 3:1-10; Ps. 91:1-3. The devil is scared of us, because he knows we have the authority to stop him. Do not tolerate him or his snares, but cast him out. There is a difference between praying in the name of Jesus Christ and using the name of Jesus Christ in authority. Live in the secret place of the Almighty. The secret is in what you are saying, such as who you are in Christ.

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Setting Memorials Before The Lord

Sunday August 30, 2009
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Gen. 28:11-22 and Gen. 32:24-29. Problem to pillow to pillar. How do you keep your testimony and joy fresh? Know Jesus in a personal relationship and grow up! Don’t pet your problems, but push into God, pray and don’t let go. It will change your identity, like Saul to Paul, Jacob to Israel. There are different stages of spiritual growth. Personal victory marks a person. Don’t love the world and its things. You must forsake for the mark of maturity. Some things in your life you can’t be prayed for or anointed to do. You have to get alone with God to deal with them. Listen as Pastor Dale shares powerful testimonies from the Ukraine: cross-eyes healed, epileptic child healed, and a man who left his personal relationship with Christ.

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Two Realms

Sunday September 6, 2009
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Pastor Dale continues to preach on Gen. 28:11-13, 16, in which Jacob made a pillow out of his problem and made it into a pillar to worship the Lord. We live in the natural, but we need to move in the spiritual. Change your environment if it is not good. Faith does not deny reality. Faith addresses tragedies, because the greatest victory is resurrection. In the light of eternity, your affliction is nothing. Look at the things that are not seen and are eternal. Look at the answer. It is long in duration and eternal. Dwell on Jesus! Be thankful!

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God’s Authority and The Man of God

Sunday September 20, 2009
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Ray Hurst and Warren Thomas shared their testimonies early in the service. Pastor Bob, Pastor Dale, and Pat Denlinger gave words. Pastor Dale stated what the Lord told him: If you thank Me for what I did in the past (a specific miracle), I will do it again. Pastor Dale preached on God’s authority. Order comes before increase. God is stitching the body tighter together. The good shepherd (pastor) gives his life for the sheep; he is a servant of God, not man. Pastor Dale told of a missionary who would not submit to the spiritual authority in the man of God over him, and how to cost him his life. How does God use authority? He uses it to fix the abuse of authority and to bless. (Ps. 2:1-3) Where does authority come from? It comes from relationship. To whom do we submit? We submit to the Word of God, to our elders, and to the anointing. Don’t confuse the anointing with talent. The “head” is the source of supply, and the anointing comes from the “head” down.

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Three Stories

Friday September 25, 2009

1) The parable of the talents in modern terms. 2) Village boy in Ukraine who goes from having no money to selling fruit, to buying a car, to becoming a taxi driver, to buying a second car and becoming an employer. If you cannot do what you like to do, like what you can do. 3) Man whose wife needed $60,000/year cancer treatments to live. He only made $50,000/year, yet he worked to pay for her treatments for the nine years that she lived. What is in your hand?

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Questions For the Leaders Panel

Saturday September 26, 2009

Listen to questions written by the audience and the answers given by the panel, hosted by Pastor Dale Armstrong. What 5 books have impacted your life the most? Why do we get lots of ideas, but the man with the idea cannot make it happen? PDAC (Plan, do, check, adjust). What tools have you used to stay focused on your way with God? How do we plan for the future? How do you know what to focus on? Can someone’s life vision be to help someone else’s vision? What are good tips to give to an emerging leader?

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Authority Over Evil Spirits

Sunday September 27, 2009
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In Mark 1:22 the people were astonished at Jesus’ doctrine or teaching because He taught them about and with authority, which He then demonstrated by commanding evil spirits to leave. You have the authority to command, if you are under God’s authority. The command of authority is not praying, laying on of hands, anointing, or the prayer of agreement. Listen as Pastor Dale relates his experience of casting out devils in a 12 year old boy. At the end, the now young man who was delivered of the demons stood up and told of his agreement with Satan that opened the door for the demonic to work in his life and his freedom through Jesus Christ. Fear is a spirit. Get rid of it! Command your body to function correctly. Speak to the object, to the problem. To not use your authority is negligence.

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Authority

Sunday October 18, 2009
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Matt. 8:5-13 (Jesus and the Centurion). Some things are not covered by believing, and some things are not covered by prayer. You may have to speak or do something (heal the sick) with authority instead of praying for the person. The name of Jesus through faith in His name made the man well. You need to believe in the authority to use His name. You represent Jesus fully, regardless of how close you are to the pastor. Do not pamper, accommodate, and use sickness! Matthew’s version of the centurion’s servant’s healing is from the Jewish standpoint. The Roman centurion was saying that Jesus was a higher authority than him and that He could speak the word only and his servant would be healed. He said he wasn’t worthy to have Jesus come under his roof. Jesus is our “roof”- protection, our realm of power and authority. We need to put faith in His authority, that we are under His “roof”. In Luke 7:2-10 the centurion sent elders to Jesus, and they told Him that he was not worthy because he was a Gentile, and he was giving Jesus respect, because by rabbinical law the Gentile does not fellowship with the Jew. The Jews understood authority. Luke’s version was written to the Gentiles. Luke’s account says that the Centurion sent a group of elders to contact Jesus, which is showing delegated authority. When we say, “In Jesus’ name be healed”, it is really Jesus speaking. God does not want us to be independent. He wants us to be in unity with each of us keeping his/her own unique expression. You must submit to God and walk in love for John 10:10 and James 4:7 to work for you. “Agreement” is like a symphony where you maintain your uniqueness. Eph. 1:3 tells us that Jesus blessed us, meaning the body, with every spiritual blessing. Pastor Dale tells the story of the water buffalo calf, lions, a crocodile, and the herd (on YouTube) and also about a unique man named Ron Con. Satan can devour you more easily if you are not connected with the Body.

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The Tangibility of The Anointing

Wednesday October 21, 2009
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Acts 8:12-21, Luke 6:12-17, Luke 5:15-17, and James 5:13-16 are the texts for this sermon. The baptism of the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues is found in Acts 2, 8, 9, 10, and 19. Although tongues are not mention in every text about the people receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit, there is a tangible manifestation that could be seen by everyone there. Jesus prayed all night. Prayer is a privilege and brings power. The people who came to Jesus came to hear the Word and to be healed. The Word is a priority of the manifestations and always agrees with the Spirit. Jesus didn’t operate in hype. He operated in the anointing of the Holy Spirit. Hype dilutes the anointing. You can put pressure on the Holy Spirit to get a more accurate word of knowledge or word of wisdom. Do not try to please people. PLEASE GOD! If there is no power, pray in faith, but do not use faith or lack of it as a “pause button” to postpone the manifestation you need. If you are sick, you call for the elders of the church and let them pray over you. The prayer of faith will save the sick. PRAYER + THE WORD = MANIFESTED POWER. Part 2 is a principle of giving teaching- Using Luke 6:36-38 Pastor Dale expounds on the word “measure”. “Measure” here is not an amount, but a principle or manner of giving, so “it” is given back to you the way you give. For example, Pastor Dale shared how he received $6000 needed for a trip to Russia at “the last minute”, and the Lord showed him how hesitant he (Pastor Dale) had been to give a new suit to the drummer at his church. The “measures” of giving are: 1) Be quick to give. 2) Give your best. 3) Give something everyday. 4) Sow to the Spirit and not to the flesh.

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Spiritual Authority

Sunday October 25, 2009
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Matt. 8:8. Being under authority protects and empowers you and does not control in a manipulative way. Do not see yourself as the one who is manipulated. Authority is meant to liberate and to build up. You will never have more authority than the authority you are under. In Eph. 5:22-33, we are shown that the authority in the family is derived from the authority of the church, and you can’t understand that authority unless you understand church authority. When you leave a church it is like a divorce. Pastor Dale shares a couple experiences in which he had to submit to authority and how God took care of “you-know-whos”. God, reveal Your Glory to the church!

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A Vision for the Body of Christ

Sunday November 1, 2009
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Eph. 3:8-11; Eph. 4:1-3, 11-13. From the beginning, God wanted a family. He didn’t leave Adam alone. As much as God loves the individual person, it isn’t about one person. It’s about the Body, the Church. The members of the five-fold ministry must love one another and work together to equip the Body. The faster and stronger the Body grows, the faster and stronger the individuals in it grow. Unity doesn’t mean conformity; the Body needs differences. Not everybody sees things the way you do, because you see things in light of the calling you have. Get hooked up with a local church, and don’t float from one part of the Body to another. There’s a limit as to how far we can go, and then someone else has to carry it from there, just like Moses and Joshua. Your point of offense is your point of deliverance, because that’s where the crisis came. Break through the past and tap into what God is doing in the church.

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God’s Word is Medicine

Wednesday November 4, 2009
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Prov. 4:20-23; Ps. 107:17-20; Matt. 12:34-37;Mark 4:14-19. You must “keep” (protect, guard) your heart. God’s Word is medicine (health) to your heart, and it goes to healing the flesh. Sickness is always from sin, from Adam’s sin on. Jesus Christ came to destroy the curse of sickness. Your words reflect what is in your heart; you must give account of the idle, non-operative words your speak. Fill your heart with the Word of God, because prosperity and healing begin in your heart. Meditate (mutter, repeat) the Word like in the negative you might worry. MAKE THE WORD FIRST PRIORITY IN YOUR LIFE. Satan comes after the Word in your heart to stop your prosperity by putting affliction on you. The Word will produce according to your heart condition. How do you heal the human spirit? Pull out the “weeds” (deceitfulness of riches, lusts or pressures, cares of this world.) Renew your mind- change the patterns of your mind. Control your thoughts with the Word. Pastor Dale shares a testimony of extreme depression and anger that he needed to change in his life.

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God’s Vision of the Church

Sunday November 8, 2009
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This is the morning the church members were “grandfathered” in. Eph. 3:5-6, 10. The Body is to serve the Lord, and not to be takers. God gave up Jesus, and He is willing to give you up for the purpose of the Gospel. The joy that Jesus had in going to the cross was God’s plan for the church. People will gather, even in extreme persecution, because they have the vision of what the church is. We are in a family, are fellow partakers and heirs. We are to reveal God’s wisdom to principalities and powers. Is that what your church is doing? Your name is written in the Lamb’s Book of Life, but if you reject Jesus Christ, your name is removed. What is church membership? It is accepting the Lordship of Jesus Christ and finding your function in the body. Look for ways to serve and to give. Rom. 12:3 You must have purpose. Realize who you are and how you fit into the body. You are a member of the person sitting beside you in a church service or wherever you are with other believers.

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Healing

Wednesday November 11, 2009
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How can you have faith for healing? (1) God’s personality is to heal, because He is the healer (ex. 15:26; Ex. 23:25). (2) God gave us promises that He heals (Ps. 91:10, 7, 16; Ps. 103:1-3). (3) Healing is in the atonement; Jesus provided for healing when He died (Is. 53:4; Matt. 8:16-17) (4) It’s God’s will to heal (Matt. 8:2-3; III John 2). (5) Healing glorifies God (Mark2:12; Ezekiel 34:2). The church is to be God’s healing agents. Listen to Pastor Dale’s testimonies: wart on knee; God’s birthday present to him; Brother Dreshner speaking to his bones; boil under his arm in Georgia (Russia); Billy Graham with Chinese interpreter saying “sicknesses and diseases when reading Is. 53:4; young female worship leader beaten in Georgia and healed.

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Pacman Faith

Sunday November 22, 2009
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When life doesn’t turn out as you planned, will you believe in the goodness of the Lord? King David said in Psalm 27:13 “I had fainted, unless I had believed to see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.” In the Hebrew text faint actually means to quit. God’s blessings are for today, in the land of the living. When you want to quit, check your love relationship with Jesus and you’ll find it isn’t very strong at that point. But what keeps you from quitting? Strengthen the love relationship, with God and toward others, and the strength to continue comes through that daily walk with Jesus. In Isaiah 40:28-31 God’s words to you are that He gives and renews strength to the weary as you wait upon Him. But, how do you wait on the Lord? Think about a waiter in a restaurant. That person comes to your table, finds out what you want, comes back to the table often to check with you to see if there is anything else you would like. Be like that waiter and start with these three things to wait on the Lord. First, make the Lord a priority in your daily life. Other things will want to take your attention, but give your attention to the Lord. Second, feed your spirit with the Word. You may need to double your time in the Word. Third, begin again to make a public confession of Him. Purpose in your heart to talk about God. Isaiah 50:4 and James 1:12-17. In situations that cause pain and hurt, wait to hear what the Lord has to say and then use that Word to speak directly into the conflict. The flesh wants to speak pain and hurt, but don’t speak until you’ve heard what the Lord has to say. Don’t make a mistake; don’t allow the pressure to get what you want to become bigger than your service to Him. Every good and perfect gift comes from above. God is always good and you have to believe that of Him. Pastor Dale Armstrong shares a personal testimony of how he wanted to quit and how he wanted to speak out of pain and hurt, but he chose to speak what God showed him to speak and to walk in love. You can’t beat the love of God! Love works! It always works!

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Destiny: Why We Go on and Fight

Sunday November 29, 2009
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II Tim. 1:6-9. Destiny is a process of discovery and revelation. We are a people of destiny, and we don’t quit. The closer you get to your destiny, the more divine and supernatural things will happen. There’s a cost to fulfilling your destiny- you have to fight to get it, because Satan wants to steal what you have never had and to keep you from your fulfilling your destiny. FIGHT FOR YOUR DESTINY! Love finds power in you to deliver someone else. God saved us and called us with a holy calling according to His purpose and grace. Eph. 2:8-10 We are saved by grace. God loves you even with what you’ve done and haven’t done; you can’t earn salvation or His love. Find your purpose in salvation. Sin has consequences, relevance, and permanence. Sin means you’ve missed the mark. To fulfill your destiny you must get on the right road.

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The Miraculous Power of God

Wednesday December 2, 2009
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The anointing in a body of believers will peak, then plateau, then peak, and so on, but if you can keep strife and sin out, the anointing will always increase after each plateau. A spirit of faith gets into a group of people and is contagious. Be around people who are audacious with their faith. John 14:12. You can become known for your level of faith. There are two factors involved in the corporate anointing and spirit of faith: 1) the individual’s faith and 2) the sovereignty of God. Sovereign does NOT mean ARBITRARY! It means supreme and most powerful. God will call one person to be a prophet and other one an evangelist. Jesus expects us to do everything He did and more. Follow the Word, not signs and miracles. Do the work that Jesus did: He healed and ministered to the poor among other things. He taught the people, so they would believe and receive the Word and works. (Mark 5:1-5) You can’t control the move of God (John 5:1-15). Stay away from things that add to what’s in the Bible (angels, demons, etc.). When you obey God in one point, other things will happen, because it stirs up other gifts of the Spirit. Trust the Holy Spirit to reveal to you if you need to repent. Check up on your love walk if you aren’t getting results in your own life. Revival can stir up the “dirt at the bottom of the rocks in the aquarium”. There are seasons of the power of God, but His Word is constant.

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Praise and Worship Part 1

Sunday December 6, 2009

The move of God is most often impacted by our worship. The Spirit of God poured out on us changes the music, and brings a new song. Don’t worship the form or symbol of praise and worship. When God told Moses to make a bronze serpent on a pole so anyone bitten by a serpent would live, the people eventually began worshiping it, and today people are tempted to worship “praise and worship” and not God in their worship. Just like David, our singing should be from the Word. We can participate in worship to God through the Psalms, which were written for a people yet to be created (Psalms 102:18). Born-again believers are new creations, a new species that never existed before. What’s the difference between praise and worship? Praise is thanking God for what He’s done. Praise to God evokes a response. Worship is thanking God for who He is. Ps. 100:1 tells us to make a joyful noise unto the Lord. If you have joy, you’ll respond. Pastor Dale tells his experience with Gene Olon who was beaten in Romania, destroying 22% of his brain. Pastor Dale struggled to praise, but he did and Gene was healed and restored. Ps. 149:5 tells us to sing aloud on our bed of affliction. What’s the difference between joy and happiness? Joy is a spiritual fruit. Happiness is an emotional response. Pastor Dale shares about the time when he ministered to a Russian who found out in Moscow that his church in Siberia was set on fire and how he gave him $500, which the pastor turned around and sowed in an offering for a Christian speaker. God told him in turn to take an offering for the Siberian pastor and a new church building was built. King David couldn’t praise God like we can, because we are new creations. Worship is not an emotional response.

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God’s Secret: Confession, the Aspect of Faith

Wednesday December 9, 2009
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Ps. 91:1-2. The secret place is your intimacy with God. What you say about God determines your relationship with Him. Are you saying He is your strength, He is your refuge, He is your help? He is whatever you say about Him when you are dwelling with Him. Philemon 6. Confess who you are in Christ Jesus: the wisdom of God is in me; the Lord leads me; I am the righteousness of Jesus Christ. Confess what you desire, not what you see and are experiencing. Joshua 1:5-6; Heb. 13:5 and 6. We should not be covetous, but be content because God said He will never leave or forsake us. Listen to Him, even if you are deep in sin, so that we may boldly say, “He is My Helper.” Be bold about the Bible. The more your conscience agrees with the Bible, the more your faith increases. SPEAK GOD’S WORD to your business or whatever challenge you have. Faith will work, because it comes from God, not from you. Mark 11:22-24. You get what you say. The Bible in Mark 11:23 doesn’t say you’ll get whatever you believe, but whatever you say. Watch what you say, because you are what you have been saying. Master the thoughts in your head before going to bed and when you wake up. Confess: my marriage is blessed. He gives His beloved sleep. Start confessing one thing all night and during the day.

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Praise and Worship Part 2

Sunday December 13, 2009

There are powerful words: the pest-controller is in the house, the sandstorm is over, and you are free. Pastor Dale delivers the Word, teaching on praise and worship. Ps. 100:1 and 2. Serve means to worship, and worship means bowing down and kissing the ground, surrendering and submitting to God as your authority and is your surrendering to Him as His servant. Rom. 12:1 We are to worship with our bodies. Getting your eyes on Jesus and entering into His presence takes the focus off forms of worship. Gen. 28:16 You can know the Lord is in a place by the fear of the Lord and by God making Himself known to you. God’s essential presence is everywhere (Jer. 23:24; Ps. 139:7). The presence of God is apprehended by faith, not emotions and feeling good. He’s with you now. You’ll lose faith is you live by feelings. Sometimes God is more felt than other times, and God introduces Himself. This is His effective presence. Admitting God is here is worship. Sometimes there is a cloud of glory, as Pastor Dale experienced in a service in Titusville. Praise brings you into God’s presence, and worship is your confessing and knowing He is your God and Lord. In Ex. 15:1 and 2, Moses sang to the Lord that he will prepare Him a habitation. Ps. 22:2 God is enthroned with our praises. Preparing God a habitation is the issue. God wants to make Himself known to His people. Worship takes us places. We worship by faith. The Lord IS WITH YOU!

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Confession is the Law of Faith

Wednesday December 16, 2009
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Mark 11:14-23.Your words change lives, so use your words to bless. The disciples heard Jesus’ confession to the fig tree. Jesus told the disciples that Lazarus was sleeping, not dead, because He was confessing the blessing. Have the faith of God, believing that what you say you will get. You are to believe in all that you say, so watch what you say. How can you have the faith of God? Rom. 4:16; call those things that be not as though they are. It’s NOT, call those that are as though they aren’t. The law of faith is never denial. Is. 55:8-10 God’s thoughts are not our thoughts and vice versa. He is never depressed, wondering what to do or how to pay the bills. Change how you are thinking. God’s Word will not return void, so speak His Word aloud to your circumstances and to yourself. Rom. 1:16 The gospel is the power of God to salvation. Peter walked on the water from one word from Jesus, “Come!” The boat didn’t sink, because Jesus said, “Let us pass over to the other side.” James 3:2-5. Learn to bridle your tongue. Where you are is because of your words. Speak in the right direction. Where are your words guiding you?

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Praise and Worship Part 3

Sunday December 20, 2009

Ps. 100:1-3. We are to worship God with gladness. Sadness and emotional tears are not worship. Worship is not about you, but it is between you and God. Offering praise and worshiping God is a sacrifice. We do it, not because we like to do so, but because we are obedient to God. We need to sacrifice our singing to the Lord; singing can pull in the supernatural. In John 4:18-24 Jesus told the Samaritan woman that we are to worship God in spirit and truth. We can only worship God as far as we know Him. Jesus gave us two “musts”: You must be born-again, and you must worship God in spirit and truth. In Luke 19:40 He said that if the people do not worship, even the rocks will cry out. We were created to worship God! In Mark 5 the demoniac worshiped Jesus. Demon-possessed people will worship Jesus quicker than religious people. To get out of depression- LEARN TO WORSHIP GOD. Pastor Dale tells the story of Terry Law, who was serving the Lord taking Bibles behind the Iron Curtain, and while he was in England, he received word that his wife and four daughters were all killed in an accident. He met with Oral Roberts after a long, hard time of depression and despair, and Oral told him to get on his knees and worship God. It was a sacrifice of praise and worship, and it breaks depression.

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Communion, Offering, and Water Baptism

Sunday December 27, 2009
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In I Cor. 11:23-33 Paul says that the Lord taught him about holy communion. Twice He said, “Do this in remembrance of Me.” To remember is connected with covenant, meaning claiming the benefits of covenant. We are to remember the covenant blessings. We know the covenant of God with man as sins being forgiven, but it is also healing for the body and deliverance. We take communion so that we are made holy. Giving our tithes and offerings is one way we worship God. He rebukes the devourer for our sakes. Rom. 6:2 says that we are dead to sin. When we’re born again, we aren’t fixed. We die, so that we can be born again as new creations. We are members one of another. We’re part of God’s covenant. Baptism started with the rite of passage. It is identification with the death of Christ. The baptismal pool symbolizes a tomb and death. The tomb then becomes a womb for a new birth.

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Praise and Worship Part 4

Sunday December 27, 2009

John 4:24 tells us to worship God in spirit and truth. When we become new creations, that means we are made out of nothing. Paul could say things Saul could not. Worship (serve) is presenting your body to the Lord. The believer is created to worship God. Eph. 5:18, 19 and Col. 3:16 speak of allowing the Spirit and the Word to dwell in us and then to sing in the Spirit and in the Word. Rom. 1:9 and Phil. 3:3 tell us that we should worship God with our spirit. I Cor. 14:12-14 reminds us to be zealous for spiritual gifts, but that it should be for the edification of the church, and that we operate in love, wanting the person to be free. You can pray in tongues, sing in tongues, and pray with the understanding (interpretation; English). There were Words to the church and to individuals.

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Praise and Worship Part 5

Sunday January 3, 2010

God is good, and the devil is bad! When you understand that God is good, you stop asking, “Why?” Being emotional is not getting into the presence of God. (Ps. 100) It’s in His presence and recognizing His presence that we can worship God. We need to worship God in Spirit and truth. The Word (spoken or sung) is truth. Make sure you are worshiping the true God, not the God” you’d like Him to be. Believe Jesus. What God are you serving? Eph. 5:17, 18 We are to be “drunk in the Holy Spirit”. Get filled up with the Word and ask to be filled with the Holy Spirit and choose to praise and worship God before and so that you see the victory.

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Spiritual Gifts

Wednesday January 6, 2010
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Spiritual gifts (I Cor. 12-14) are corporate gifts to the body, as well as to individuals. In I Cor. Paul tells about the gifts in the context of the body and love. Love is to maintain our life with the Father. The fruit of the Spirit is love and all the other fruit come because we love (Gal. 5:16-22). Don’t forsake the fruit of the Spirit as well as the gifts of the Spirit. DO YOU WANT THE GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT? We are to covet them. We can’t desire the gifts, if we haven’t seen them. We can easily mess up tongues, interpretation of tongues, and prophecy, but the others are farther from the human element. God doesn’t want us having dumb idols. GOD SPEAKS TO US. It marks you when God speaks to you. Jesus is the head over all the offices (apostle…), but the Holy Spirit is over the gifts. Every office and every gift is unique, so one person’s gift or office won’t look like someone else’s. We are to covet the best gifts. Which are the best gifts? Paul looked at prophecy as the one that edifies the body, but the gift you need to minister to someone in need is the best gift at that time. When we get to the end of our faith, we have nine gifts to take over. Covet miracles and the power of God.

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Prophetic Conference Part 1

Friday January 8, 2010

Joshua 3:4b, 5 Joshua knew what to do when he got to the river, because he had been following and watching Moses, but when he got to the Promised Land, he did not know what to do, because he had never been there before. He needed God to tell him what to do and where to go because it was new to him. We are in a new place in a new day. Our leaders were never where we are going. Like in Joshua’s day, we must consecrate and sanctify ourselves because God is going to do amazing things among us. We do not know what revival looks like, because what happened in the past will not happen that way again. Joel 2:15-17 We need to remove the reproach of Jesus from Lancaster County caused by ministries that have gone wrong, or by ministries that became distracted or lost their vision, or by the world speaking disparagingly about Jesus. God speaks. (Ex. 30:22-32) The fear of the Lord is an abiding Presence, the beginning of wisdom, a recognition that God is here. God’s anointing is holy. Just as Moses had to be consecrated to anoint and sanctify the tabernacle and its contents, we need to consecrate ourselves to get ready for the anointing, because the anointing does not go on the flesh. Emotions and professionalism are not substitutes for the anointing. Pastor Dale shared two experiences of the anointing telling him something that he needed to know. Do not allow a little prophecy to satisfy you, but ask for the strong anointing. Do not live without prophecy. In Gen. 18:17 God said, “Shall I hide from Abraham what I am doing?” In II Kings 4:25 the woman laid her dead son on the prophet’s bed, said “it is well”, and went to find the prophet. The prophet said that God had hidden from him why her soul was in deep distress. Sanctify yourself for the real anointing, for prophecy, for a miracle. Mary Hudson, Pastor Dale, Keith Hudson, Pastor Bob, and Bruce Ladebu gave a prophetic words. Step in to take possession of what belongs to you.   Offering Sermon: Amos 3:7 Amos tells us that God does nothing unless He reveals His secret to His servants, the prophets. What has God not done because His prophets did not share it? When we give, we give to a living God, and it puts a draw on God’s anointing. Jesus prophesied to the woman at the well after she gave Him a drink of water. An angel showed up to a man who prayed and gave alms.

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Prophetic Conference Part 3a

Saturday January 9, 2010

Pastor Dale teaches about how the anointing had been handled by Elijah and Elisha and Gehazi in II Kings 2:8-14 and II Kings 13:14-21, and how we should and should not handle it.

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Prophetic Conference part 5a

Sunday January 10, 2010

Listen as Pastor Dale teaches on giving in a unique way through Bible examples and his personal experiences. He also teaches on the need for the prophetic gift. Anna the prophetess and Simeon probably birthed Jesus’ coming. Jehoshaphat received God’s help through a prophet. Prophetic words can warn and direct and help in turning points.

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Praise and Worship Part 6

Sunday January 17, 2010

Pastor Dale preaches on Ps. 100:1-5; Ps. 8:2; Matt. 21:16; Phil. 4:6. Learn to quiet the devil. How? Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord when the enemy comes. The devil hates women and also praise and worship. Learn about and focus on Jesus and remember the devil is scared of you. Look to the Lord, not at the problem. Praise will help you keep your perspectives and motives straight. Listen to many powerful experiences Pastor Dale has had to demonstrate the power of praise in the face of serious conditions.

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Offering and Tithe teaching

Sunday January 17, 2010
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Phil. 4:9-17; James 2. If you hear the Word and don’t do it, you will enter into deception. Giving to someone in need is an opportunity. God wants us to receive. Peter gave his boat to Jesus to use, and then Jesus provided a boatload of fish for him, causing Peter to repent. Faith grows. You can’t expect to believe for miracles of big things, when you have not learned to use your faith for small ones.

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No Condemnation

Sunday January 24, 2010
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Pastor Dale teaches on John 8:1-12 and Rom. 8:1. Do you believe that Jesus does not condemn us? Do you understand that He loves us, even when we sin, and yet does not condone sin? Satan uses condemnation, which becomes a worse problem than the sin you committed. Everyone has sinned, and condemnation will only drive you away from God. Godly guilt is an indicator that you need to go to Jesus when you sin, and then run to Him. Pastor Dale tells a story of a hard-hearted mechanic, who had been hurt by a pastor, and how condemnation almost sent him to hell, but God’s grace saved him on his deathbed. Christianity is not morality and ethics. It’s the redemption of man from sin to righteousness. The real you, the hidden man of your heart, is a new creation. After being born-again, your flesh and mind can sin, but you can train your flesh to righteousness, because your flesh obeys you. Where does condemnation work? It works in your flesh, so do not give in to your flesh. Pastor Dale tells an experience of ministering to a senator and how he was victorious over the flesh, but how the devil made him feel condemnation. Stop condemning yourself. Celebrate the victories in your life.

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Spiritual Gifts

Wednesday January 27, 2010
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Pastor Dale teaches on the gifts of the Spirit from I Cor. 12:1-3, with a focus on prophecies and testing them. In I Thess. 5:16-22 we are told to test and judge prophecies, holding on to the good in them and avoiding and abstaining from the evil in them. He shares various testimonies of himself wanting to receive a prophetic word with the wrong motive, and other people who did not judge correctly prophetic words they thought God had given them. A prophetic word should bring glory to God, not to the one giving it. A woman spoke prophetically to Pastor Dale, telling him that it is not necessary to test the distrusted (those words that are from “flaky” sources), but to test the words given by a tried and true minister/prophet. We are of God, and we know that Jesus came in the flesh, because He has come in OUR flesh personally. His Spirit is in us. The false religions may acknowledge that Jesus came in the flesh, but they do not believe He comes into our flesh.

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State of the Ministry Address

Sunday January 31, 2010
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CWI is a Word of Faith church. We are part of the Body and members of one another. Pastor Dale relates his experience of being called into the apostolic ministry while he was pastoring a church and feeling the pull of “either-or”. When he was in Russia, he felt that he should be in PA pastoring his church, and when he was home, he felt tugged to be in Russia. He quit and realized he can do both, because it is not either-or. He can be a pastor and still be an apostle. Listen as he tells how he came to Lancaster. CWI Lancaster is to be an apostolic ministry. The Great Commission is still in effect. It is time for breakthrough. Be a “lion-flipper”. Don’t react, but respond. Pastor Dale briefly informs us of special times of ministry coming during the first part of this year.

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Walking in Grace Toward Others

Sunday February 7, 2010
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We are to walk with the living Jesus, which means we will love others as Jesus did, not condemning them, and at the same time not condoning their sin. (John 8:1-11) Don’t even listen to other people’s accusations of another person. Why do people consider the church an enemy? They do not see God’s love or our love. Get to know Jesus so that you can act like Him. Remember the devil tries to get people to not operate in mercy and grace. Romans 8:1-6 People act according to their nature. When a person gets born-again and gets God’s nature, he might still sin because he has a body, and he need to (re)train it. You don’t have a fight with your flesh unless you have a new nature to fight against it. Peace comes when you change your old nature. Operate in the law of the Spirit of life and not the letter of the law. A person’s body should submit to his/her soul and his soul should submit to his spirit. Your spirit should rule you and lead you in love. We need Jesus and His love for ourselves and others.

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Your Body is Not the Real You Don’t Let It Condemn You

Sunday February 28, 2010
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(John 8 and Rom. 8) Listen to powerful testimonies of how God has ministered in Russia. Pastor Dale exhorts us to spend so much time with Jesus and in the Gospels that you speak and think and act like Him. Do not listen and look at everything. The conflict is between your inner man and your outer man, your flesh and your spirit. Your body is not you. Condemnation is a negative view of yourself that conflicts with the Word of God. The mind is the gate-switch that either puts you in agreement with the flesh or with the spirit. As long as we have bodies, there will be lusts. You can’t resist on your own, but you can by being strong in the Lord. The conviction of the Holy Spirit is stronger than the power of the devil to tempt you. Which one are you focusing on?

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No Condemnation in Christ: Empowering Grace

Sunday March 7, 2010
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Freedom from condemnation is because of freedom from sin. Grace is more than forgiveness. Grace empowers you to live holy in the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. What we lack in self-discipline (which is the same as those in the Buddhist or Muslim religion), God supplies with His Holy Spirit. Grace isn’t a cover-up, but it is an empowerment. We cannot avoid temptation if we are alive. We need to draw on the grace of God. How? 1) Practice the presence of God. Devotion to God is a lifestyle and an approach to life. 2) Recognize your need for God and His strength. Make God the supremacy in your life and depend on Him. Grace is more powerful than sin.

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No Condemnation: The Spirit of Life

Sunday March 14, 2010
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When Adam disobeyed, he lost dominion over himself. He had been clothed by glory. Your spirit is supposed to have dominion over your soul, and your body can be trained to righteousness. We must minister, worship, commune, talk, listen, praise, and spend time with the Lord, so that His strength is exchanged for ours. Doing works is not righteousness, but we must work (labor) to enter into His presence. Being led by the Spirit is not just for decisions. When you face temptations, you are not facing them alone. Walk with the Holy Spirit; He is greater than the temptation, and He will help you look at things differently. Don’t mix the law and the Spirit. Remember no weapon formed against you shall prosper, and you shall condemn every tongue that rises against you.

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No Condemnation in Christ: Sanctification

Sunday March 28, 2010
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Rom. 8:1-5; Ex. 28:41; Neh. 13:10. Listen as Pastor Dale explains the difference between legal and vital truth. Grace is not permission to sin, but empowerment to walk in love and in the Spirit. Sanctification is separation from the flesh- go and sin no more. Consecration means “to fill your hands”, such as filling your hands so full of God and His Word and work, and you cannot “pick up” sin. The time between the call of God on your life and the separation to Him is a time of pruning. We receive the anointing to serve when we are in a body of believers members of each other and of Christ. By focusing on the Spirit, we can better “see” the giftings in the body. The apostolic ministry of Apostle/Pastor Dale and CWI is gathering the called of God and setting them in their place.

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