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November 19 recorded service outline:

Meet Your Enemy – Satan

Text: Isaiah 14:12- 17

I.  Meet The Real Enemy – Satan (Isa 14:12- 17)

  • Satan’s Personality
  1. Adversary (1 Pet. 5:8)
  2. Accuser of the brethren (Rev. 12:10)
  3. Angel of light (2 Cor. 11:14)
  4. Deceiver (Rev. 12:9)
  5. Destroyer (Rev. 9:11)
  6. The evil one (Jn. 17:15)
  7. Liar (Jn. 8:44)
  8. Murderer (Jn. 8:44)
  9. The prince of this world (Jn. 12:31)
  10. The serpent (Gen. 4:3)
  11. The tempter (Matt. 4:3)
  12. Roaring Lion (1 Pet. 5:8-9)
  • Satan’s Position
  1. He is a prince (Jn. 12:31) – Prince of men and demons
  2. He is a ruler (Jn. 15:19) – Ruler over the worlds systems
  3. He is a god (2 Cor. 4:14) – False religions, pastors, and followers
  • Satan’s Power
  1. Satan is not omniscient – He has limited knowledge
  2. Satan is not omnipotent – He has limited power
  3. Satan is not omnipresent – He is limited to one place at one time
  • Satan’s Purposes
  1. He is a great deceiver (Rev. 12:9) – He mixes light with darkness
  2. He is a great distracter (2 Pet. 1:9 – He sends us on detours
  3. He is the great divider (Acts 5:1-11) – He sows seeds of discord
  4. He is the great destroyer (Rev. 9:11) – He will help you self destruct


Am I ignorant of Satan’s strategies?

Have I or do I allow Satan to influence my thinking?

Do any of Satan’s characteristics or behaviors appear in my life?

Does Satan have any strongholds in my life?

Am I God’s player or Satan’s pawn?

Make sure you are on the right side!

Am I helping or hindering the cause of Christ?

It comes as a surprise to some people to discover that Satan faithfully attends church services.  Through his demonic forces he is actually running some churches.  Nobody outside the church can really hinder or hurt the ministry of the local church.  That is why Satan wants to get on the inside, as he did with Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5.  Satan will use anyone and everyone inside the church to stop her.  When unity and harmony are missing in the church we must discover who the people are that Satan is using to hinder the work and deal with them in love and firmness.

Pr. 22:10

“Cast out the scorner, and contention shall go out; yea, strife and reproach shall cease.”

Other relevant verses to study:  Mat 12:30; 1 Tim 1:18-20; 2 Cor 2:10-11; Jn 16:33; Mat 18:6; Mat 18:7; Mat 18:15-17 Eph 5:14; 2 Pet 1:3-9; Rev 3:14-17; 2 Tim 2:1-7


November 12 recorded service outline:

Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It’s Off To Work We Go

My Work Place Is My Ministry

Text: Ephesians 6:5-9

I.  Work Is A Gift From God (Gen 1:15)

II.  Work Is A Ministry From God (1 Tim 5:8)

III.  The Workplace Is A Tool That God Uses To Transform Our Character

IV.  Work is Commanded by God

V.  The Lord Is Your Real Boss (Eph 6:5-6)

VI.  The Lord Will Compensate His Workers (Eph 6:8)

VII.  Rewards Are Given Equally (Eph 6:9)


Do I regard the Lord as my real boss?

Do my work ethics point to the Lord?

Do I consider my job a ministry?

Do I have work ethics worth rewarding?

Do I have works ethics that are a godly testimony to others?

Is my work-life out of balance, to much or not enough?

Do I complain and critique my work place?

Am I teaching my children biblical work ethics?

“Pray as though everything depended on God.

Work as though everything depended on you.”


Other relevant verses to study:  Mat 5:16; Ecc 9:10; Col 3:23; 1 Cor 7:24; Jn 1:6; Jud 2:21-22; Mat 5:10; 1 Tim 5:8; Mk 2:27; 1 Tim 5:21; Gen 25:28


November 5 recorded service outline:

Spiritual Leadership In The Home

Text: Deut. 6:1-9

I.  Husbands Are Responsible To Be The Leader In The Home (Deut 6:1-3)

II.  The Goal Of Spiritual Leadership In The Home Is To Model To My Wife And Children How To Love (Obey) Jesus Christ (Deut 6:5-6)

III.  The Goal Of Every Home Is To Grow More In Love With The Lord (Deut 6:7-9)

IV.  The Goal Of Every Home Is To Abide In Christ’s Love (Jn 15:10)

V.  The Goal Of Every Home Is To Point To Christ (Matt 5:16)

Challenges for Dad’s & Mom’s:

Are you truly in love with the Lord and displaying that love by obedience to Him?

Are you continually growing in your faith?

Are you taking the time to consistently train and teach your children or grandchildren to love the Lord?

Does your home glorify Christ?

Is your home a testimony where others see Christ?

Leaders are not born, they are made!

A godly home is no guarantee of godly children; there are no formulas or prescriptions to rear a child who loves the Lord.  A Christian home is never defined by what the children are doing…it is defined by what the parents are becoming.

Other relevant verses to study:  Matt 23:11; 2 Tim 2:15; Hosea 4:6; Prov 1:2-4; Eph 5:17; Titus 2:1-6; 1 Tim 4:16; Jn 14:15; 2 Jn 1:6; Gal 5:22-23; Jn 14:21