In his second part of the "Blessings of Incarnation" series, Pastor Bill McKee preaches about Isaiah's prophetic message foreshadowing Jesus' coming in Isaiah 7:10 and Luke 2:25-32. Learn that in the midst of punishment as we approach the end times, God is present and fulfilling His promises. Jesus the redeemer is coming!
Leading up to the holiday season, Pastor Bill McKee began a new series "The Blessings of Incarnation" centered on God becoming man through Jesus. This week, Pastor shares on what God's plan is for man from Luke 2:11-14. Learn that we can not be good enough to go to heaven...we need Jesus.
Pastor Bill McKee challenges us with two emerging heart conditions about the last days from 2 Timothy 3:1-5. Pastor focuses on the condition of people being lovers of themselves and ungrateful. Don't miss God's glory in your life - live with gratefulness, thankfulness, and forgiveness in your mouth.
Welcome to Bedford First Assembly of God Podcast. This week Pastor Bill McKee shares on Peter's prison deliverance from Acts 12:1-19 in continuation of "The History of Christian Origins" series. Pastor examines these different participant's perspectives: Herod, Peter, the Church, and God. Are you able to rest like Peter trusting that the Lord knows what you are going through?
Pastor Steve Terry share the story about Jesus at the well from John 4:1-26. He examines three important facts from the passage: Jesus took an Uncommon Route, For an Uncomfortable Encounter, and To Reveal an Unbelievable Truth. Pastor Terry challenges us with this ultimate question, "Who is willing to drink of the living water?"
Pastor Bill McKee continues "The History of Christian Origins" series from Acts 11:19-30. Pastor McKee shares on these three important lessons from this passage on how the church spread: Scattered but not Shattered, The Church at Jerusalem Dispatches Encouragement, and The "Christians" became Givers. What kind of Christians are we in the face of Adversity?
Pastor Bill McKee finishes the final portion of his series entitled "The Gospel Comes to the Gentiles" in Acts 10:1-48. The passage leads us to the final salvation of the household of Cornelius. Learn that God is preparing and drawing us to His kingdom, but we must be humble and available to God. God can do whatever whenever He wants, but He gives believers a choice. Are you willing to be used of God?
Pastor Bill McKee continues part 2 of his series entitled "The Gospel Comes to the Gentiles" in Acts 10:1-48. Pastor McKee shares on these three steps of preparedness: God Uses the Natural to teach the Supernatural, The Vision becomes a Reality, and God Calls His Servant to something more. Are you listening?