Faith

Justified by Faith

Have you ever tried to justify your actions? Have you provided an excuse of some type for why you did what you did? Did it placate those to whom you were responding?
When we feel the need to justify what we have done, it often means that what we did bothers us a bit, and we are looking for someone to approve of us, so we feel better.
Human justice is flawed. Bias can enter and misdirect our actions, but when God justifies someone, He does it out of His perfection.
Join us this coming Sunday as we discuss what it means to be “justified by faith” as we look to Galatians 2:15-21. Hope you can join us and grow with us.
We meet at 9:30 am. at 740 N. 129th Street along the West Dodge corridor in Omaha, Nebraska. If you are uncomfortable in attending in person, check out our Facebook page, SpiritOfFaithOmaha, or our YouTube channel. Come grow with us as we seek to share the joy of knowing Jesus Christ.
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Gaining Victory in Our Faith

As followers of Jesus, we face constant challenges to our faith. We find ourselves in a battle to fully follow the teaching of the Scriptures.
When you are in a battle, strategy plays a significant role. Things need to be done in the right order for victory to ensue.
You don’t want the infantry charging the same time you shower the enemy with arrows. Your troops will be caught in the crossfire. You don’t build a siege ramp if you have already conquered the city.
In James 4:7, the Scripture lays out the order for finding victory in our faith. When we follow that order, we stand strong in our faith.
Join us this coming Sunday as we dive into Scripture to discover how to find victory in our faith. We worship at 9:30 am. at 740 N. 129th Street along the West Dodge corridor in Omaha, Nebraska. If you are uncomfortable in attending in person, check out our Facebook page, SpiritOfFaithOmaha, or our YouTube channel. Come grow with us as we seek to share the joy of knowing Jesus Christ.
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An Example of Faith

God uses imperfect people to accomplish His perfect will. God empowers us and enables us to minister to others despite our own weaknesses.
Some of the major characters of the Bible had major character flows, but God forgave them and then used them for His glory and for His purposes.
God invites us to call out to Him to forgive us for past and present failures so that He can use us to impact others in a positive way.
God has a purpose and plan for all His children.
Join us this coming Sunday as we look to James 2:25-26, discovering an example of how God used a less-than-perfect person to accomplish His perfect will.
We meet at 9:30 am. at 740 N. 129th Street along the West Dodge corridor in Omaha, Nebraska. If you are uncomfortable in attending in person, check out our Facebook page, SpiritOfFaithOmaha, or our YouTube channel. Come grow with us as we seek to share the joy of knowing Jesus Christ.
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Legacy of Faith

What will be your legacy? How will you be remembered?
Will you have a positive impact on the next generation, or will your impact be less than positive?
As followers of Jesus, it is our desire to leave a legacy of faith. The way to leave that legacy is to live your faith in such a way that others are affected by your positive witness.
Join us this coming Sunday as we look at the example of Abraham as described in James 2:20-24, seeing his example and what it teaches us.
We meet at 9:30 am. at 740 N. 129th Street along the West Dodge corridor in Omaha, Nebraska. If you are uncomfortable in attending in person, check out our Facebook page, SpiritOfFaithOmaha, or our YouTube channel. Come grow with us as we seek to share the joy of knowing Jesus Christ.
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Faith and Works

What do demons believe about Jesus?
The Bible describes what the demons believe about Jesus in several biblical texts of Scripture. They do “believe” in Jesus, but that belief is one that is a mental acknowledge of Who Jesus is versus a saving faith in Jesus.
What does the Bible teach about faith, about belief, and about works?
Join us this coming Sunday as we discover some deep insights from James 2:18-19. Hope you can join us!
We meet at 9:30 am. at 740 N. 129th Street along the West Dodge corridor in Omaha, Nebraska. If you are uncomfortable in attending in person, check out our Facebook page, SpiritOfFaithOmaha, or our YouTube channel. Come grow with us as we seek to share the joy of knowing Jesus Christ.
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