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Life Revived

Life Revived Sermons Shanna D. Smith Do you believe God raised Jesus from the dead? (who ascended into the heavens and is alive for ever more)

Lazarus was a beggar and had sores. Lazarus was of Bethany, the brother of Mary & Martha, who laid at a rich man’s house with desire to be fed of the crumbs from his table. Lazarus died but was carried by angels into Abraham’s bosom, while the rich man was buried and opened his eyes in torments of hell. Lazarus had previously fell sick and was dead for four days, but was revived from the dead by Jesus. Lazarus had to transform from death to life by the power of the Holy Ghost. (Smith, 20)

You Can Be Found

You Can Be Found Sermons Shanna D. Smith What can you do to make reconciliation?

The prodigal son wasted all his inheritance on riotous living. The prodigal son went into a far country with his possessions but was broke and a mighty famine occurred in the land. The prodigal son considered his sin when he came to himself and returned to his father’s house, who welcomed him back home, and was forgiven for his wrong doings by the grace of the Lord. The prodigal son had to step out from blame to pardon. (Smith, 16)

The Merciful Salvation

The Merciful Salvation Sermons Shanna D. Smith “If thou wert grafted as a wild olive tree and plucked up by the roots.”

"I had asked the Lord, How can I witness to an unbeliever? Teach me and instruct me in your wisdom, for the Word says, “Be ye not unequally yoked with unbelievers, for what fellowship hath it?” (Paraphrased)”

Test of Faith

Test of Faith Sermons Shanna D. Smith What are you willing to sacrifice? (for a better life)

Job lost all he had and had a health crisis. Job was a man from Uz, who was an upright man but was accused by Satan and was tested by severe affliction of his substance, his family, and his life. Job was discomforted by his friends while he held fast his integrity, and received double for his troubles in the end by the mercies of God. Job had to step out from wealth to poverty. (Smith, 11)

Reflective Waters

Reflective Waters Sermons Shanna D. Smith What do you believe about yourself?

Moses had a speech impediment. Moses was a Hebrew son, who was born a slave but was flowed into a palace and was adopted by the daughter of Pharaoh, king of Egypt. Moses led the children of Israel out of the house of bondage through the Red Sea, and became a great leader under the hand of God Almighty. Moses had to transform from slave to servant of God. (Smith, 8)

Victim to Witness

Victim to Witness Sermons Shanna D. Smith What do you know about Jesus? Have you made Jesus your Lord and your personal Saviour?

A man in the tombs was possessed with a legion of an unclean spirit. A man in the tombs was a prisoner of death, who was out of control, who was unruly, who suffered deep and severe depression, and who was suicidal; cutting his wrists night and day with weeping. A man in the tombs was in great darkness until he looked up and beheld Jesus, and he hastened at the feet of Jesus and immediately began to worship Him. The man in the tombs was delivered of the unclean spirit and was clothed and renewed in his mind; who sought to follow Jesus away from the vicinity, however, he was commanded to go home, and stay in the territory of the Gadarenes; to be an example to those who are still in darkness for a witness to show the glory and will of God. The man in the tombs declared his deliverance to all in Decapolis by the power of God. A man in the tombs had to step out from sorrow to worship and transform from victim to witness. (Smith, 74)