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The Manifested Lord

Dr. O. Talmadge Spence | Mar 11, 1984

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The Trinity in Sanctification
Date: Feb 18, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Titus 2:11–15
Summary: The power of God’s holiness must come to be an integral part of the Christian’s heart and life through the work of the Trinity.
Christ’s Prayer for Our Sanctification
Date: Feb 18, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: John 16:33; 17:1–17; 1 Thessalonians 4:1–8; Titus 2:11–15
Summary: The term “flesh” becomes another word for the sin principle, and the word “world” becomes the manifested flesh of history. We are to be crucified through sanctification both of the flesh and of the world.
The Meeting Place with God
Date: Feb 14, 2024
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Isaiah 48:10
Summary: Where is the place that God meets us in prayer? Sometimes it is at an altar or in church. But there are times God meets with us in the fire, in the crucible of life; it is the place He chooses to meet us for prayer. Let us discern that these times are appointed by Him.
The Call of God to Prayer
Date: Feb 11, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: John 16:22–33
Summary: There are many callings from God to our lives from the beginning of our coming to Him. But there is also the calling to prayer.
The Trilogy of Prayer
Date: Feb 11, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 7:7–8; Luke 11:1, 9–10
Summary: The Bible unfolds the understanding of prayer throughout the Bible, with the greatest insight to be found in the New Testament. Christ gave us the trilogy of prayer in asking, seeking, and knocking.
Revival in the End-Time for God’s People: Part One
Date: Feb 9, 2024
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
What I Do Thou Knowest Not Now
Date: Feb 7, 2024
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: John 13:7
Summary: How often when providences come to us, we may question or not understand. Though we do not know at the time, we will know hereafter. We must never question God in what He does but simply trust Him.
Prayer to God in Times of Crises
Date: Feb 4, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Judges 16:23–31
Summary: How did prayer begin in history? Where do we read of it for the first time in Scripture? It seems prayer began in times of trouble, and seasons in history of hopelessness, and in the times of crises.
When Thou Prayest
Date: Feb 4, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 6:5–7, 9
Summary:
The Demise of Sound Thinking: Part Three
Date: Feb 2, 2024
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
My Presence Shall Go with Thee
Date: Jan 31, 2024
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Exodus 33:13
Summary: Oh, the wisdom of Moses in praying to God after He rejected Israel. Moses prayed for God to show him the way; God responded, “My presence shall go with thee.”
Given to Prayer: Deliverance from Fainting
Date: Jan 28, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Luke 17:33–37; 18:1–8
Summary: These are the most critical days in history. Prayer must ever be the vigilance of the soul to keep the materialism of our age from causing us to stray from our Lord and to be ever ready for the Rapture.
The Importance of Prayer for Our Days
Date: Jan 28, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Romans 8:18–39; Ephesians 6:18, 19
Summary: We truly need the armour of God; but prayer is most important for the enabling of our soul to face the battles of the End Time. What is the purpose of prayer?
The Demise of Sound Thinking: Part Two
Date: Jan 26, 2024
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Demise of Sound Thinking: Part One
Date: Jan 19, 2024
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
Finding God’s Bow Within the Cloud
Date: Jan 17, 2024
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Genesis 9:13–16
Summary: This message is in the light of the year 2024 and what we may have to face in the storms of life. May God enable us to find the bow of His covenant, the manifold grace of God.
The Call and Vision of Zechariah
Date: Jan 14, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Zechariah 1:1–6; Zechariah 2:1–4; Joel 2:28
Summary: The call of the young man Zechariah who preached alongside Haggai. Each of them had a vision from the Lord; how did they preach that vision?
The Call of Samuel
Date: Jan 14, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: 1 Samuel 1:24–28; 1 Samuel 3:1–4
Summary: This message unfolds the burden of Hannah and the birth and early years of Samuel in answer to the prayer of a mother.
The Fourfold Panel Vision to the Church and the Individual
Date: Jan 12, 2024
Service Type: Special Service
Scripture: Habakkuk 2:1–4; Joel 2:25–29; Proverbs 29:18; Psalm 127:1–5
Summary: How does the Fourfold Vision become a part of the vision of a local church; how does it affect an individual?
How Shall We Then Live: Part Four
Date: Jan 12, 2024
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Vision for the Fiftieth Year of Foundations
Date: Jan 10, 2024
Service Type: Special Service
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1–13
Summary: Declaring the purpose of children and their need for the future days in God’s callings.
The Callings of God
Date: Jan 10, 2024
Service Type: Opening Sermon to the Schools
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1–8
Summary: The need of sanctification in the preparation of the heart for God to “Also” bring the calling of Isaiah 6:8.
Hope in Biblical Prophecy: Part One
Date: Jan 7, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Revelation 19:1–10; John 16:12–15
Summary: What is Bible Prophecy, why is the Bible called the “Word of Prophecy,” and how are we to live in our generation as to Biblical Prophecy?
Hope in Biblical Prophecy: Part Two
Date: Jan 7, 2024
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: 2 Peter 1:15–21; 2:1, 2
Summary: How did Biblical Prophecy come to be seen in the New Testament in the light of the coming of Christ?
Rejecting Entrance into the Promised Land
Date: Dec 31, 2023
Service Type: Watch Night Sermon
Scripture: Psalm 106:21–26, 47–48
Summary: Mt. Sinai was to prepare Israel for the entrance into Canaan, but Israel was not ready. The refusal to enter Canaan brought about four reactions that brought the death of the first generation. We must enter this new year in hope and desire of possession of the Life of Christ.