In the beginning of all life names are given and precious attributes are bestowed for the purposes of supplying a greater need. From the text, the child being born references the nature of Jesus’ humanity, while the son being given is a reference to His divinity.
In the sermon, Dr. Smith illustrates the power that in one life, all needs were met. There is a relationship between being “born” and being “given” that exists when we consider the hope of our own yet to come experiences. Your name, your family legacy, your business name, the name of an infirmity, or the name of what God has chosen for you to carry offers a distinct connection between its birth and its arrival to the world. Today we offer you the gift of an exalted Christ as you embrace the power in the name God has given you. Get your copy today.
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"For our flesh to be redeemed, The Word had to become flesh."- Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr.
Scripture Reference: Isaiah 9:6
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
"Faith is the fuel that helps you close the gap from where you are to where you want to be." ~ Dr. Donald L. Parson Scripture Reference: Matthew 14:28-29 (NIV) 11/18/18
Dr. E. Dewey Smith Jr, in his unique way, uses the Mexican holiday Cinco De Mayo to deliver a divine message. Cinco de Mayo, celebrates Mexico's victory over the French army which came to enslave Mexico. The Mexico army was small in comparison to the mighty French Army, which on the outside made this look like an easy conquest for the French. Similarly, at times we are small compared to the obstacles we face, some which can become all consuming. In this message Dr. Smith explains how you can have your own Cinco de Mayo (Mi Cinco de Mayo) thanks to Jesus Christ. He came to fight the battles of our sins and provide a different kind of freedom. The beauty of this message is not only what Jesus did but how he does it! This one will have you proclaiming "Mi Cinco of De Mayo" every day of the year! #LiveBetter #GodPeriod #Freedom Scripture Reference: 2 Corinthians 3:7, 3:15 & 3:17 (Key Verse) 5/4/19
Isn’t it true that when we experience frequent interference, disruption, or buffering from a source we expect to be constant, our human response shows up as aggravated, frustrated or annoyed? Disconnection from anything we value as important is known for producing feelings of defeat. In this revelatory sermon, Dr. E. Dewey Smith reminds us of where the victory belongs, as we re-establish a stronger connection with the Christ we may have lost touch with. If you’ve found yourself in a season of having become too familiar in your relationship with Christ, rest assured there’s an Amazing Grace in this message. Get yours today! "Situations that cause you to disconnect from Christ are not meant for your destruction, but for your development." ~ Dr. E. Dewey Smith #LiveBetter #YearOfHarvest #ConnectWithChrist John 19:26 10/14/18