Worship

"Revival Starts Within" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 27) There is a call throughout scripture to worship, pray and fast in order to see the power and in-breaking kingdom of God. The Lord uses these disciplines as a channel to His powerful movements and revivals across the land. Great revivals and moments of healing begin with the position of our heart. (2 Chronicles 7:14, Mark 9:17-29, Phil. 2, Acts 13)

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"Out of the Shallows" - Tim Mannin

Drenched (Week 5) So many of us long to live a life of deeper passion and love for God, but yet we continue to do things the same way while trying harder and harder. As Jesus called Peter and the disciples out of the shallows and into the deeper water, he is calling us to pray boldly and worship greatly as we too step out of the shallows and into the deeper waters of our life. (Luke 5, Hab. 1:5, Psalm 63:1, 1 Cor. 2:9)

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"Joy of Salvation" - Kaleb Kinney

Drenched (Week 4) There is a joy available to you, a joy that can not be explained. Because of the Salvation that is found in Jesus, we can now have a joy in all situations. Even though we may experience major trials and pain, there is a joy that He gives to us through many different things such as The Holy Spirit, other believers, and belonging to the Kingdom. (Rom. 15, James 1, Gal. 5, Acts 13) 

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"Because We Want To Want To" - Tim Mannin

Drenched (Week 2) Why do we worship? When we begin to recognize what God has done for us and who He is, it begs a response of love from our hearts. Too often the temperature of our worship is based on how we feel about God in the moment or what we feel like he has done for us recently. What about the times when we don't feel like praising? Worship isn't a feeling or an emotion, it's an acknowledgement of who God is. (Isaiah 6:1-8, Romans 1:21-23, Luke 17:11-19)

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"Psalm 34" - Kaleb Kinney

Psalms (Part 2) This week we examine Psalm 34 and what it means to praise God in the difficult times. We look back and remember all that He has done for us, claim confidence in the midst of trials and struggles because we know the ending, and leave with the challenge to seize every opportunity to magnify His name daily. (1 Sam. 21 & 22, Psalm 34)

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