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Christian Living

Power for Any Crisis

Bob Yandian

Our problems will not last forever; we are going to make it through because our future is in eternity!  It does not matter what people say, what the doctors say, what friends and relatives say. It does not matter what your mind is saying. The same God Who prophesied that Israel would be preserved and the enemy would be destroyed is the same God who will preserve you and destroy every enemy in your life.

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How Important Is Worship?

Bob Yandian

Worship is being occupied with God. It is also the movement of a soul toward God that has been moved upon by God. Worship is drawing close to a God who has given us everything. Religion teaches us to work our way closer to God so God will work Himself closer to us.  However, God has already worked His way to us and poured out His blessing on us. Therefore, there is nothing to do but praise, worship, and serve Him all the days of our lives. We need to draw closer to Him.

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What Legacy Will You Leave Behind?

Bob Yandian

There is little reward in Heaven for discovering God’s will, but there are many rewards in heaven for accomplishing God’s work! Although prosperity and healing are the will of God, there are no rewards for accumulating great amounts of money or living a long time in health. There are numerous rewards and crowns for winning souls, laying hands on the sick, ministering to the saints, and finishing the work God has given us to do.

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Three Rituals for the Church Age

Bob Yandian

Unlike the Old Testament where many forms of ritual surrounded the believers of Israel, the Church has only three.  Since the work of the cross is over, all of the rituals which pointed to the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus are now unnecessary.  We have now passed the shadow and come to the substance, which is the Church Age, the Body of Christ.

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The Wife and the Handmaid

Bob Yandian

We may have the nature of the flesh, but we also have the Holy Spirit living in us. Paul lets us in on a revelation: the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made us free from the law of sin and death (the nature of the flesh). The flesh is our enemy, but we have a greater ally or comrade in the Holy Spirit. By trusting in the guidance and leadership of the Holy Spirit, we are freed from the power and control of the flesh

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The Power of Our Rebuke

Bob Yandian

It is important to quote the promises of God. His words need to become our words, part of our daily vocabulary. When Jesus was pressured by the circumstances and temptations that Satan brought to Him, each time He responded, “It is written. It is written. It is written.”Jesus demonstrated the importance of speaking the promises of God.

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The Power of a Partner

Bob Yandian

Five times in Philippians, the Greek word koinonia is used. Usually translated fellowship, it is better translated as partnership. There are five ways the Philippians partnered with Paul and you can partner with a ministry also:

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The Necessity of Confessing Our Sins

Bob Yandian

Today, the teaching that confession of sins only applies to sinners and is unnecessary for believers has become popular. Unfortunately, this teaching has become an open door for sin. Only the Word of God will reveal the truth. Confession of sins for the believer was never given as a license to sin against God but to serve Him. Christian growth is impossible without a way to rid ourselves of sins we knowingly or unknowingly commit.

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Our Greatest Enemy

Bob Yandian

If you ask the average Christian, “What is the worst enemy of the Christian life?” the most common answer will be Satan. I do not want to diminish the fact that Satan is a strong adversary to the Church and the individual Christian, but he is not your greatest enemy.  In these verses, Paul reveals your worst enemy. Your worst enemy is you

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Maintaining Your Joy

Bob Yandian

The Bible says that the joy of the Lord is our strength. When we are operating in joy, the Holy Spirit becomes our strength and we can mount up with wings as eagles, run and not be weary, walk and not faint. 

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Life in the Blood

Bob Yandian

The good news about covenants is that believers have a covenant with God! We have a better covenant (shedding of blood) than they had in the Old Testament or under the old covenant because the blood that was shed for us is the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ. You and I, as believers, haven’t entered into a covenant with men, we have entered into a covenant with the Father God. On the day that Jesus shed His substitutionary blood for us, the blood from our hands mingled with His. In other words, we shook hands with God. At that time, God gained all our assets and our liabilities and we gained all of God’s assets, liabilities, debts, everything. Actually, we didn’t have any assets. God owns everything anyway.

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A Perfect Church

Bob Yandian

The perfect congregation stands before the throne of God and the perfect pastor is Jesus Himself. Only heaven has a spotless music department, youth director, and children’s minister. On earth, a church may look good at the time you walk in, but the longer you stay, the more flaws you find.  That’s because God uses people, not angels.  Even Jesus’ disciples had problems, fighting among themselves, and they had the perfect Pastor every day.

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Ambassadors and Priests

Bob Yandian

Jesus was the first minister of reconciliation. He was an ambassador for God, calling men to be changed into God’s likeness in the spirit realm. This outward ministry of Jesus is one that we are familiar with.

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Are You a Plodder?

Bob Yandian

A faithful person is a plodder.  A plodder keeps moving each day, driven by the Word of God and the personal integrity in their heart.  We are told we will reap in due season if we don’t faint.  A plodder is one who will not faint.  He never has and never will give up.  Unlike many others, he does not gain great amounts of ground at one time.  Yet, when others have given up, thrown in the towel, the plodder is still going.

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Confession and Healing Part 1

Bob Yandian

We have all had problems with our tongues getting us into trouble, but the tongue can also bring blessings into our lives.  Just like a tree can produce fruit, you can produce fruit in your life by the power of your tongue. Life and death and blessing and cursing are in the power of the tongue. This verse is telling us we have the same creative abilities God has.

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Confession and Healing Part 2

Bob Yandian

Here’s how we need to look at the works of the enemy. The works of the enemy are trespassers in our life. If you opened up your front door, and homeless people found their way into your living room, had pitched a tent and were eating out of your refrigerator, what would you do? Would you go in and say, “Welcome. Stay. Help yourself to anything you want.” I don’t think that is what you would do. You would be upset they violated your property and broke into your house.  How often do we do that when sickness comes into our life?

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Eternal Hope

Bob Yandian

The Corinthians came from a background of heathenism, Greek mythology, and idolatry. Their religion did not believe in a resurrection body, only that the present body was evil, the soul was beautiful, and it was waiting for death to be released from the body so it could float across the River Styx into the Elysian Fields and remain there forever.

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How God Looks at Our Problems

Bob Yandian

There are two viewpoints in this life. The first is the human viewpoint, which looks at circumstances through our own natural mind, our own natural understanding, and with our own natural wisdom. The second viewpoint is the divine viewpoint. This is looking at trials, troubles, and tribulations through the eyes of God, through the Word of God, through the promises of God by the power of the Holy Spirit. The Bible reveals that human viewpoint is always at war with divine viewpoint.

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