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What Do You Believe?

Delivered By
Pastor Wayne Powers
Delivered On
January 22, 2017
Central Passage
John 3:16

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What do you believe?

To believe- to adhere to, connected to, to cling to, to rely upon

Do you believe in the One who made the promise of forgiveness?

To believe in God is to...

  • trust Him
  • rely on Him
  • cling to Him

God does not change. He is everlasting and forever the same.

What do you believe?

  • If you believe in God, truly believe in God, then you will trust Him with your life and your surroundings (no matter how precarious). You will rely on Him to provide your needs. And you will cling to Him in times of trouble.

How long has it been since you showed your faith?

Exercising faith is showing God that you believe in Him and that you trust Him, rely on Him and are clinging to His promises for you.

Verses to reference with this message: John 3:16, Acts 16:31, Romans 10:9, John 6:31-36, John 6:64-71, John 16:28-32; 7:5

From the Pastor

   "Freedom Worship Center"

Our foundation is laid upon the principles of biblical holiness. Even before the church experienced the outpouring of the Holy Ghost, it's roots were set in the holiness revival of the past century.  It was and is, a holiness church--holiness in fact and holiness in name. The passing of 18 years has not diminished our holiness position or convictions. The years have, instead, strengthened our knowledge that without holiness it is impossible to please God. We hereby remind ourselves that the Scriptures enjoin us at all times to examine our own hearts. Conditions of our day desperately require it. The basic doctrines of the church have remained constant since the inception of the church."

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