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David Guzik

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Listen to freely downloadable audio sermons by the speaker David Guzik in mp3 format. David Guzik is the pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara, having come to serve that congregation in July 2010. For 7 years before that, David was the director of Calvary Chapel Bible College Germany, near Siegen, Germany. David took this position in January of 2003, after serving for 14 years as the founding and Senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel of Simi Valley. He has been in pastoral ministry since 1982.

David has no formal Bible College or seminary training, but does have a Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara. David, his wife Inga-Lill, live in Santa Barbara, California. Their three children are grown; Aan-Sofie serves as a missionary in Ireland, Nathan lives in Los Angeles, and Jonathan lives in Santa Barbara.

 Church History - The Early Church Part 2 (100-312) by David Guzik

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Description: This session deals with what the early church believed, the early church believed what the early church fathers believed, this can be seen in several different sources, first the apostles creed is very good way of discovereing what the church believed. The early church also believed what was written in the new testament writtings and around the year 220AD there arose a need, because of the arising heresies for a collection of writings that was to be authorative above all other christain writings, these writings were detrermined by three factors. 1: It had to have been written by an apostle or someone in direct contact with one of the apostles. 2: It had to have inherent character and worthiness that was in line with accepted scriptures. 3: I must have been widely recognised by the church at large.
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 Church History - The Early Church Part 3 (100-312) by David Guzik

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Description: This session deals with the effect of geography on church government and theology and some of the prominent people at the time; There were 4 prominent or 'Patriarchal' churches that arose in this era of history, these were the church of Rome, Antioch, Jerusalem and Alexandria, when ever a problem arose in a local church that church would seek council from one of these prominent churches. Church theology was also influenced by geography for example the church at Alexandria was largely influenced by greek thinking. Some prominent figures were: Clement of Rome who believed in apostolic succession. Hermas who wrote 'The Shepherd' which was a very popular book of the time. Polycarp who was a disciple of the apostle John and fiercely confronted heretics, he was martyred. Justin Martyr was an early apologist and of course was martyred. Origen who actually mutilated his own body due to fanatacism, although he was a good man his method of interpretting scripture did a lot of damage.
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 Church History - The Early Reformers Part 1 (Waldo & Wycliffe) by David Guzik

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Description: There are two different types of reform, the first is prophetic reform which is forward looking where a man of God will arrive on the scene to proclaim a new era of God,s working with humanity, an example of this would be John the baptist. The second type of reform is apostolic reform which is backward looking and looks at how the church used to be and then get back to that way of things, this was the type of reform that the Reformation was. Peter Waldo in France paid a priest to translate the latin Bible into french so he could read it easier, this revolutionised his life as he finally could understand what the Bible was saying, because of this though reading of the Bible was outlawed for all non-clergy. John Wycliffe in England taught at Oxford university and supported the king of England against the pope. He disagreed greatly with transubstantiation and believed the Bible to be the ultimate authority, for this reason he translated the Bible into english.
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 Church History - The Early Reformers Part 2 (Hus & Erasmus) by David Guzik

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Description: John Hus was greatly influenced by John Wycliffe, he was a roman catholic preist but was impacted by two cartoons he saw that compared the Lord Jesus to the pope, he preached in his church in Prague in the common language that the avereage person could understand and not in latin. He had disagreements with the church over not giving the cup of communion to the laity, he believed the Bible to be the hiehest authority and not the pope, he condemned the idols adorning churches and the selling of indulgences. For these beliefs he was excommunicated and brought to Rome under the pretence that he woudl recieve a fair hearing, he didn't and was condemned to death and burnt at the stake. Desiderius Erasmus was a scholar who wanted to reform the church for moral and schollarly reasons, he lived around the same time as Luther and translated the new testament back into it's original language of greek.
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 Church History - The Need for Reformation by David Guzik

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Description: Over the centuries a great schism grew between the ruling kings and power hungry popes, eventually it got the point where disgruntled kings set up their own pope who was excomunicated by the first but the new pope excomunicated the other pope in return, eventually everyone involved became sick of the fighting and set up a coucil to determine who was the true pope, but to no avail, the great schism showed up the political nature of the papacy. In 1492 King Ferdinand of Spain established the spanish inquisition, one of the first things the inquisition did was to expel all jews and muslims out of Spain thus meaning everyone left was 'christian' and therefore under their jurisdiction. The popes by now also reigned as emperors but were corrupt an immoral, more interested in political power and wealth than spirituality, an example of this was that people could pay to be made bishops and cardinals. The 'church' at this time was so corrupt that something had to happen.
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 Church History - Zwingli, Calvin, & the Counter-Reformation by David Guzik

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Description: Ulrich Zwingli was a swiss reformer before the time of John Clavin, he was a priest and a co-reformer with Luther, like Luther, Zwingli also persecuted the Anabaptists and then later died in the protestant / catholic wars that began. John Calvin was a second generation reformer, he was schollarly and an excellent organiser, although he was french in origin Calvin pastored a church in Geneva which is still there today, the Geneva that Calvin lived in was amazing as the majority of people living there were born again christians. In 1564 at the Council of Trent the counter-reformation began it was an ecumenical council where the Roman Catholic church invited the portestants to attend, but they were'nt invited to debate doctrine but to repent for their abandoning the the church Church of Rome, the Council declared that that Church of Rome was infallible and that they were the only body who were allowed to interpret the BIble.
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 Confession and Fellowship by David Guzik

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 Confession: Giving Glory to God by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): Joshua 7:1-21  
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 Do Good People Go to Heaven? by David Guzik

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 Drawing Near or Drawing Back? by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): Hebrews 10  
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 Enemies in Ministry by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 2 Samuel 1  
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 Fellowship Facts by David Guzik

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 Forgiveness by David Guzik

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 From Genesis to Jesus by David Guzik

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 He Tabernacled Among Us by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): John 1:14  
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 His Poverty, Our Riches by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 2 Corinthians 8:9  
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 How Could God Allow This? by David Guzik

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 How to Pray for Revival by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): Psalm 85:1-6,Acts 2:1-4  
Description: Guzik teaches not only how to pray for revival but when and what to pray. In addition his careful handling of God's Word, he cites pertinent and interesting examples from revivals from the not-so-distant past such as James McGrady in 1800, the American revival of 1858 and the Welsh revival in early 1900's. He deals with misconceptions of praying only for leaders and not whole congregations, pointing out from Acts how the Holy Spirit fills both individuals and entire congregations. Guzik appeals to let go of the 'machinery' of men to earnestly seek God in prayer for 'a unique stirring of the Spirit of God' in our day!
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 Is Jesus the Only Way? by David Guzik

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 Jesus Before Bethlehem by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): Micah 5:2  
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