Speaker ‘David Landis’

Cast Your Cares On The Lord

Saturday July 2, 2022
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How do we cast our cares on the Lord? We pray with all kinds of prayer, such as intercession, agreement, dedication, and petition. Do not worry or get into fear. We need to pray. Cast your cares on the Lord for He cares for you (1 Peter 5:7-9). Satan seeks whom he may devour, but we are the objects of God’s love. Satan roars but don’t be afraid with cares, worries, concerns, and anxieties. Be careful for nothings, but be joyful. In everything by prayer with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God (Philippians 4:6-8). Pray in tongues. Seek first the kingdom of God. You take thought of worry by what you say. You can live a worry-free life. Worry is a sin. You can deal with thoughts by taking them captive to the obedience of Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 10:4-5). Refuse to agree with what the doctors say. It is our responsibility to go to God’s throne room and ask for help (Hebrews 4:16). Faith is not a parachute. Know the Scriptural promises. The Word is the sword of the Spirit. Worry only magnifies the problem. Be a doer of the Word and not just a hearer (James 1:22). Do not just audit the sermon. Take the tests, and know the answers, the Word. Write down in number order your cares, give them to the Lord, and then throw them away in the wastecan. Give thanks in everything, and be positive with the Word, and you will not be able to explain His peace. Think about the good report (Philippians 4:8-9). Do His Word.

Prosperity

Friday June 20, 2014
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Text: Philippians 4:10-19. If you release more when things are tight, it increases the value of your giving. If you’re going to be a giver, you must also be able to receive. God seeks the fruit that abounds to your heavenly account. He provides your need because you planted seed. Sacrifice attracts God. It takes faith to give. Philippians 4:19only works for you if you give and plant seed. The love of and the mishandling of money is evil. Satan submitted to money. Psalm 78:40-41 says the Israelites limited God in the wilderness and desert. God has pleasure in our prosperity. Provision means “before seeing”. God will supernaturally provide, so be patient. You can’t surprise God with your need. Look to God and don’t limit Him with your mouth. Teach your children about trusting God. Fear negates your trust that God takes care of you. If you don’t tithe to God, you’ll tithe to Satan. John 6:5-14 is the account of Jesus’ feeding the 5000. God tests us sometimes. The ravens fed Elijah food from the king’s table. Act out what you believe. Keep your word and vows. It takes wealth to establish His kingdom.

Prosperity

Wednesday June 18, 2014
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Proverbs 13:22 tells us that the wealth of the sinner is stored up for the righteous. Wealth is not to be for the devil. There is power in money. God gives us the power to get wealth. Jesus became poor so that we can become rich. Jesus had a treasurer to handle His and the disciples’ money. The disciples were former businessmen and tax collectors. The grace that God gives us is so that we can glorify Him. God gave Jacob the grace to become exceedingly prosperous by a wealth transfer. The glorious church means loaded down with loot. Three things of a glorious church: 1) There will be signs and wonders (and the fear of the Lord will be brought back.) 2) The church will be holy and reveal God’s character. 3) The church will be prospering and growing in health. The restoration of all things shows the kingdom of God. When the Egyptians gave the Israelites gold, silver, and jewelry, they were paying back what the Israelites should have received for their honest labor. God daily loads us with benefits. Other Scriptures: Ecclesiastes 2:26; Job 27:16-17; Exodus 3:20-22; Exodus 12:35-36; Psalm 105:37-38; Deuteronomy 6:10-12; Deuteronomy 8:18; 2 Corinthians 9:8; 2 Corinthians 8:9; Genesis 30:43-31:1; Genesis 45:13; Haggai 2:6; Ephesians 5:27; Acts 1:6-7; Acts 3:21; James 5:1-8; Psalm 68:19.   

Prosperity

Tuesday June 17, 2014
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Text: 2 Corinthians 9:8. God wants us to prosper. He is able to make all grace abound toward you that you will have an abundance to share with others. Ecclesiastes 2:26 and James 5:3 refer to the transfer of wealth from the ungodly to the righteous. Other Scriptures: Proverbs 3:10-16; Proverbs 10:22; Malachi 3:7-10; Ephesians 4:28; Acts 24; Genesis 12:2-3; Psalm 35:27; Proverbs 13:22; Isaiah 53:12; 2 Corinthians 8:9; Ecclesiastes 9:13-16. God wants you to be willing to give. Reasons to be blessed: #1 To bring our tithes and offerings into the church. #2 To meet or bring supply into His storehouse. #3 To pay our taxes and government. #4 To take care of your family. #5 To take care of your parents. #6 To help the poor. #7 To have some clout. Can you imagine you are so blessed that you can pay someone’s mortgage?

The Holy Spirit Helps us in Our Weaknesses

Sunday March 20, 2011
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Offering message: (Pat Murphy) Is. 9:6-7 – of the increase of His government and peace there is no end. You cannot come to the end of His provisions and peace, meaning nothing missing, nothing lacking, and nothing needed. He’s given us His peace, and there is no lack. Faith is what is between the promise and the manifestation. If there’s a need, there is a seed for it. If you have lack, you may have failed to sow seed in the past. Rom. 8:26 tells us that the Holy Spirit helps us in our weaknesses. He helps us go from glory to glory. Jesus said it would be better if He went away so that another (one of the same kind- the Holy Spirit) would come in His place and be in us. The Holy Spirit helps us in our prayer life. Intercession is like rescuing and helping someone who is trapped in a quandry. I Cor. 10:13 – God is faithful and won’t allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able to stand. He will give us the Word to stand on in order to escape. Irfirmities are our inabilities to produce. The Holy Spirit is our Comforter, one who is called alongside to help. Heb. 13:6 – We can boldly say the Lord is our Helper, and we do not have to fear. Ps. 92:10 – we are anointed with fresh oil. Ps. 71:18 – We pass on what God has done in our lives. God is pouring in the oil and wine. Anoint means to smear or rub in oil or perfume on an individual. Is. 52:7 – how beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news. II Cor. 3:17, 18 We are being trasnformed into God’s image from glory to glory, becoming more spiritual. The Word is a mirror reflecting Jesus. If you’re not experiencing glory, ask yourself: Am I obedient to do the things He asks me to do? Have I completed the assignment as He told me to do it? Are my finances in order? Have I done everything I can to make this time of my life fruitful? We are to confess our faults (underlying weaknesses) to one another, but make sure the one you tell is someone you can trust. Change means to transform, transfigure one’s appearance. John 16:13-15 The Spirit of Truth will guide you into all truth. The Holy Spirit speaks what He hears Jesus Christ say. The Holy Spirit gives us shortcuts to our destiny. The Holy Spirit is our internal GPS system. Rom. 8:14 tells us that those who are led by the Spirit of God are the sons of God. Ask God for a fresh anointing. Bob Hawk gave a word at the beginning of the service and also spoke a word to Jim.

Don’t Worry About Tomorrow

Sunday March 30, 2008
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God provides for us! When we minister to God first, cast every care on Him, and humble ourselves, we can receive what we need. Through many scriptures, Pastor Dave encourages the believer to go to God for strength, whether we’re just tired, worried, or under attack. Listen to this sermon and find faith-building scriptures to get a faith-boost.

To Know His Love

Sunday September 23, 2007
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Did you know that you love God because He first gives us that love? God loves us, and we have the ministry of reconciliation to give to the world.