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Audio Sermons : Carter Conlon :  Why Do Some Battles Never Go Away?

 Why Do Some Battles Never Go Away? by Carter Conlon

Topic: Victory
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 12:7-10  
Description: January 7, 2007 - For what reason would God allow a battle to remain in my life over which He could give me the victory in a moment of time? The devil will try to captivate us and attempt to convince us that the battles we face are bigger than the Christ in us. God will leave these trials in our life to train our hands for war and to cause us to depend on the power of the Holy Spirit. We need to understand our enemies are already defeated but we still need to go to Jesus to get the resources and to stand in faith. If we lose sight of God in these trials we will turn to human reasoning and begin to follow our own sensual nature and desires.
Sermon Comments (2)

 Really uplifting and anointed Sermon 
Pastor Carter gives such Strength to the Body of Christ. We can over come, by the Blood of the Lamb, and the Word of our Testamony. Recommend this one. God Bless Nellie

 Filled with Power and truth. 
1-13-07 This sermon illustrates from the Old Testament and the New Testament that God's people have been created to be overcomers. Through the salvation of Christ, the power of the Holy Spirit, and a willingness to press forward into maturity, we find our true strength and victory. Carter is impowered by the Holy Spirit as he delivers this message of hope, faith and truth. He reveals the OT patterns that are intertwined with the NT challenges. This is a sermon of victory for the believer. It gives hope to the weak, as well as challenge to press forward and grow deeper in Christ, those not giving in to the enemy's tricks. Truly it was a great blessing. I wept with a sense of being refreshed and empowered. May these truths burn brightly in me and kep me humble. Rev. David Hammock

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