Enter Through Faith – Easy As Walking Through A Door

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Video summary: Allan emphasizes the significance of faith in the Christian journey. He begins by discussing the simplicity of actions taken in faith, likening it to walking through a door without overthinking it.

The focus is on the idea that faith is not just about believing in Jesus Christ but involves additional steps like repentance, baptism, and receiving the Holy Spirit. Allan reflects on various scriptural references to illustrate how faith acts as a channel to access God’s blessings.

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Propitiation

He refers to Acts 3:16, discussing the healing of a crippled man through faith in Jesus’ name. Emphasizing the power of Jesus’ blood, he discusses the concept of propitiation and how faith in Christ’s blood brings remission of sins.

Trust God

Throughout the sermon, the Allan highlights the importance of trusting God and aligning oneself with His word. He talks about the examples of Abraham, who demonstrated faith by obeying God’s command to leave his country, and Daniel, who exhibited faith in the lions’ den.

The Role Of Faith

The sermon also touches on the role of faith in understanding creation and the spiritual realm, as well as in overcoming worldly challenges. Allan encourages embracing God’s promises through faith and living as ambassadors for the Kingdom of God.

In conclusion, the message of the sermon is that faith is a practical and essential aspect of Christian life, not just a conceptual belief. It’s about trusting in God’s promises, His word, and His power, leading to a life of spiritual strength, healing, and salvation.

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Allan Wilson is the creator of the Scriptural Thinking Affirmations Package. Featuring over 200 minutes of mp3 audio Bible affirmations complete with background music. The package comes with the original affirmations PDF ebook and many bonus affirmation Bible studies as well. The affirmations are designed to help you call to remembrance all of the wonderful benefits of being in Christ and the marvelous privilege of being a child of God.