Damon Thompson – August 2016

 

Sermons

  1. Damon Thompson – Doubting Thomas
    John Chapter 11 – Verse 1
    Published By :- Demetrius Prince
    Publication Date :- July 23, 2016
    Sermon
  2. Damon Thompson – Story of David
    Published By :- Torrin Cooper
    Publication Date :- Nov 14, 2015
    Sermon

 

Indepth

Damon Thompson – Doubting Thomas

  1. Chapter 11:1
  2. Jesus loved Marta and Lazarus
    • So he delayed himself
    • And, stayed two more days in the place he was
    • Sometimes the love of God shows restraint, so that faith can be deepened in its roots
  3. We label him by a struggle he went through without paying attention to the pain that induced the struggle
  4. Thomas we have seen the Lord
    • I already went there one time
    • Well fortified city that does not have to feel that again
  5. The success of a Government can always be determined by the peace of his citizens
  6. If you under his Government, it is illegal for you to have anxiety
  7. God left behind his Peace & Joy [ Segment 33 ]
    • My peace I will leave with you
    • My joy I give to you
  8. Once Thomas accepted Jesus, the truth, he, Thomas, said “My Lord and My God”
    • Because one touches it all
  9. You believe a God that can walk through walls
  10. Thomas went to India and spread the Gospel
  11. Mercy refuses to let a man in pain miss his moments [ Segment 24 ]
  12. In the delay, he was doing a work that could not have been done Thomas way
  13. Why did he just not stop the Devil, because he is proficient at using what the Devil meant for evil
  14. Whatever you built to keep him out, he is coming in
  15. Thomas said “Let us go with him, so that we may die with him” ( John 11:16 )

 

Damon Thompson – Story of David

  1. Jason Upton – Jacob’s Dream
  2. Enemy knows his future
  3. The Devil wanted to establish an Open Door Policy to ensure that he can steal from David anytime he wants
  4. David is not the kind of person to lose a lamb
  5. The fight started with a Lamb, but it was also about another Lamb

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