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The new year is just around the corner. 2016 presents new life, new possibilities, and fresh new ideas. But sometimes tackling big change can be very hard. Small changes are much, much easier. And, many sequential small changes can result in chain reactions whose results far outweigh the effort put in.
In this C.H.E. Sadaphal sermon, learn what the apostle Paul in Acts 16 can teach us about chain reactions.
There, we find Paul taking simple, small, everyday steps that led to a bunch of chain reactions that forever changed the world. What does Paul teach us about how we can start our own Christ-centered chain reactions today?
There are three basic points:
Chain Reactions Ingredient A: Act With Purpose.
Faith animates our purpose and purpose compels us to act. Without action, our faith is void. Learn how you can discern your purpose and what GPS has to do with God’s will.
Chain Reactions Ingredient B: Build Up Others.
People think the church is a conservative institution, but the original church was as radical as you can get. Find out what Darth Vader has to do with effective evangelism.
Chain Reactions Ingredient C: Choose Christ.
Everyone has heard the story about the jailer in Acts 16, and everyone knows that chains were broken. But, what people don’t know is that the ones in chains were already free and the ones outside were already in jail. Discover a bold new way of looking at self-identity, adverse circumstances, and how your expectations not being met is good for you.
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This sermon was performed at Deeper Life Christian Fellowship in Richmond Hill, Queens, NY. Dr. Sadaphal is scheduled to preach on the last Sunday of every month for the foreseeable future. For more information, please click on the Contact tab above.
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