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This four-week series addresses a common question of Christian liberty: “What am I allowed to do?” Young believers struggle especially with this question, as they navigate the various authorities in their lives and the different ways Scripture talks about our freedom. With the freedom of summer comes even more questions about what’s “allowed” and what isn’t. This series will provide practical ways of honoring God with the freedom we have in Christ.  In part 2 today, we are going to examine letting the Holy Spirit work in our lives to push out the old and bring in the new, because we have the freedom to live a new life! #fsbcsermon #fsbccoalinga #Freedomatfsbc

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As Baptists, we do not observe Lent, but as Christians there are things we can give up that would please the Lord.  When Jesus resurrected He showed that death does not have the last word.  We don’t have to put a period at the end of the sentence of our life. Today, we are going to talk about giving up our “Death”.   #fsbcsermon #fsbccoalinga

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As Baptists, we do not observe Lent, but as Christians there are things we can give up that would please the Lord.  Over the next 5 Sundays, we are going to talk about 5 things that we can give up to honor the Lord. If you have ever watched a Superman movie or read a Superman comic book, you probably know that there is only one thing that stops Superman:  Kryptonite, that fictional radioactive substance originally from his home planet.  Likewise, there is a “Kryptonite” that originated on our home planet that can neutralize us, a child of God.  Kryptonite not only neutralized Superman’s otherworldly abilities, but it also made Him weaker than a mere human being.  Our Kryptonite does the same to us.  Kryptonite’s huge advantage over Superman is that it isn’t easily recognizable, so he could come under its effects prior to identifying it.  Even so, the believer’s Kryptonite is weakening both individuals and the body of Christ as a whole, and to many it is still not recognizable.  Today, we are going to talk about giving up our “Kryptonite”.  #fsbcsermon #fsbccoalinga

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We have been given the liberty to do and choose how we want to live our lives in Christ. God does not want us to fight or quarrel against the Holy Spirit.  Even though we have the liberty to choose to satisfy our own sinful nature God wants us to yield to His ways.  We have been set free to live!

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Today, the Pastor speaks on a topic that most of us would rather not think about, sin.  The story of Abraham and King Abimelech teaches about dealing with sins that are known and unknown.

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