Will you be committed in the shifts God has for you, as the coordinates of your life change? Can you endure the season of attack before being led to your elevated assignment? In this “trifecta” sermon, Dr. E. Dewey Smith draws comparison to the Atlanta Falcons firing their Defensive Coordinator who helped them get to the Super Bowl last season and how we can unknowingly become comfortable with present levels of success. He also parallels, the NFL owners treatment of players as “property for profit,” referencing the book "Forty Million Dollar Slaves" in light of Colin Kaepernick’s inability to still not secure a job because he continues to raise his voice against injustice.
Dr. Smith teaches us that if we are not careful, we can hold on to people, patterns and perspectives in our present successes which can potentially block future successes. We can’t see the next level when we are comfortable with what we have now.
God shifts us from schemes that enslave us, which prevent us from reaching our higher destiny. Although, you may become uncomfortable being shifted from Glory to Glory, boldly embrace the season of attack. Don't get it? You will after listening to this dynamic message!
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Does your disbelief in God prevent you from getting where you need to be? Can your insufficient supply of resources prohibit your awaiting destiny? In this continual series on Expanding Your Capacity, Dr. E. Dewey Smith teaches us that all things are possible for those who believe, when you have a full tank mentality. Overcome your disbelief and take your issues to God, when your journey’s long but your tank's running low on fuel. He’ll come from the top to the bottom to fill you up with overflow and increase your faith, just when you thought you’d exceeded your resource capacity. #NoLimits #Belief #FullTank #LiveBetter #HOHATL Mark 9:14-23 4/15/18
Have you ever experienced difficulty remaining committed to someone who has hurt or wronged you? Has it ever occurred to you that God may sometimes feel the same way when it comes to us? We often put God in a position to look beyond our faults to stay committed to us. In the 32nd chapter of Exodus, we learn that God wanted to incinerate the people of Israel when they thought God had abandoned them. They began to worship their own god, a golden calf, that they created to replace Him. In this message, Dr. E. Dewey Smith teaches us how God remained committed to His children at a time when He wanted to destroy them for turning their backs on Him. Purchase this sermon today to learn the steps you should take to stay committed when you are faced with challenging people and troubling situations. #CommittedToChrist #LiveBetter Exodus 32:4-14 0/17/17
Have you ever asked the question, “What happens when I force my wishes to override God’s will?” In this intriguing and thought provoking guide for properly aligning your life, E. Dewey Smith illuminates realities of destiny, dreams, and faith that will aid readers in managing their personal desires and maximizing God’s design for their life “right now.” Employing wisdom gained from over twenty-five years of pastoral experience meshed with a keen and astute academic prowess, Smith illustrates how the will of God is manifested throughout our earthly journey. Inspired by the biblical story of Joseph, A God Dream embraces the true essence of the concept for dreaming as a glimpse into how we must practice discipline, develop discernment, and employ discretion daily. With the appropriate mix of both secular and sacred, Dr. Smith introduces a creative and unique blend of practical and powerful steps that must be implemented to embrace total success in your future. If you have ever dreamed and aspire to reach your place of greatness, this book is a must-read!
Are you celebrating Jesus, in good or challenging times? In this rousing sermon, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. teaches us to give God thanks for sustaining you through it all. We must remember all things happen for a reason. In the first ten chapters of the gospel of John celebration was paramount: the Canaan wedding; Samaritan woman at the well; lame man healed; multitude fed with two fish and five loaves of bread; woman caught in adultery; and the blind man healed. However, in John 11:38-41, the death of Lazarus teaches us how to celebrate Jesus by realizing, remembering and recognizing that God can bring good from your worst circumstances. Your pain has a purpose, to show others, so that God get’s the glory. As you listen to this sermon, Celebrate Jesus by disallowing life challenges to extinguish a celebratory spirit. In all things give thanks for the good that He has promised to bring forth in your life and celebrate every day! #Celebrate #LiveBetter John 11:38-41 11/26/17