Fanning The Flames Of Faith

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Fire. It is the source of destruction and the source of life. It burns, incinerates, and destroys. But it also warms, refines, and purifies. In the Bible, God used fire to reveal his power through Elijah, to protect Daniel’s three young friends, to judge the wicked cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, and to communicate his will to Moses. Ed Young explores these fiery trials from Scripture to help fan the flames of our own faith today. Catch a spiritual spark from this intense series that can ignite a white-hot passion for Christ.

sermons from this Series

    1. Fire Fight

    Fire Fight

    Examining Elijah'S Conviction

    In 1 Kings 18, Gods prophet Elijah called down a holy fire from heaven in the infamous fire fight with the prophets of Baal on Mt. Carmel, declaring, The god who answers by fire-he is God. Like the mighty flames that consumed Elijah's altar, the Spirit of God is often described as an all-consuming fire. In this powerful message, Ed Young calls on those who are straddling the spiritual fence to make a once-and-for-all decision for truth by responding to the burning conviction of the Holy Spirit.
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    2. Flameworthy


    Shadrach, Meshach And Abednego Refuse To Compromise Their Commitment To God

    What would you do if you were faced with the choice either to obey God and die or to deny God and live? In the Old Testament book of Daniel, Chapter 3, three young men were faced with that exact choice: to worship the God of Israel alone and be thrown into a fiery furnace or to bow to an idol of gold and live. Ed Young brings the impact of this historic decision into the present, as he challenges us to be flameworthy followers of Christ in a sometimes hostile world. Because even when you are standing alone in the fire, you are never really alone.
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    3. A Lot of Fire

    A Lot of Fire

    Looking At Lot'S Decisions

    If you are not on fire for God, you can expect to get the spiritual heartburn that comes from following what the world offers. In Genesis, Abrahams nephew Lot, narrowly escaped the fire of Gods judgment when he decided to closely associate himself and his family with all the wickedness that was taking place in the city of Sodom. Using this intriguing story of Lot from Genesis 13 and 19 as an example, Ed Young warns that, when you ignore God's principles and associate with the enemies of God, you usually get burned.
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    4. You're Fired!

    You're Fired!

    Submitting To God'S Will As Seen Through Moses

    The words, "You're Fired," usually have a negative connotation, but with the reluctant deliverer of the Old Testament Israelites from Egyptian slavery, that expression takes on a new and powerful meaning. When God hired Moses to lead his people, he spoke through the fire of a burning bush that was not consumed. God's incendiary encounter with Moses gave him the burning desire to obey God's calling for the task that lay ahead of him. Ed Young teaches in this message that we can still experience God in the same way today through the eternal flame of God's word.
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