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An Abel Offering

This entry is part 1 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

Abel was the first man to die in the history of mankind. He was also the first man to be murdered in the history of mankind. Yet, Abel is listed in the “Hall of Faith” as one of God’s heroes. Why? What would Able say to us today if he were to speak to us? Continue reading

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Gideon: From the Winepress to the Warzone

This entry is part 2 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

Gideon was a man who, through the power of the Holy Spirit, saw his potential for greatness realized. We can learn much from his life! Continue reading

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Barak: Relying on God

This entry is part 3 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

When I undertook my study of Barak in preparation for this message I began to wonder why he was listed in the “hall of faith”! After all, the story of Barak has always been for me more the story of Deborah – a prophetess Continue reading

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Jephthah: Living by Choosing

This entry is part 4 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

You can waste your life by making lame excuses or shape your life by making appropriate choices. In this message we look at a man who was able to overcome tremendous odds and be used by God to shape the history of a nation. Continue reading

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Samson: The Bible’s “Incredible Hulk”

This entry is part 5 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

Samson is the “Hulk” of the Bible. Of all the people listed in Hebrews 11 – he is the one who best fits the comic-book definition of a hero. However, beneath the stories of his incredible strength and power lies an incredible lesson that can apply to all of us. Continue reading

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