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Eugene Smith is the pastor of 'Dwelling Place Christian Fellowship', located in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.
 
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The Book of Ecclesiastes can come across as a very depressing read. The search for meaning in life left the author despairing of life itself! Vanity! Vanity! All is vanity! Listen to the author of this book describe this journey, and then listen to a father's advice to his son in light of all that has been said. If meaning is to be found, it is ...…
 
Does God know me? Is he aware of the pains in my life? Does he know my story? Scripture is amazing clear in giving clear answers to these questions. There is one story in particular that shows the amazement of one individual who discovered the truth! Do you know which story this is?By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
THE ROAD TO EMMAUS ~ LUKE 24:13-53 ~ Darla SmithCome on a journey down the Road to Emmaus with two disciples who were devastated, downhearted, disillusioned and set adrift by the tumultuous sea of events that they had witnessed during and after Jesus’ crucifixion. They were sad, their hopes were shattered and they were stuck in unbelief! BUT THEN……
 
When an infant is being weaned, it is confused and often very upset. He wonders why his mother is being is uncaring and unloving! We often go through difficult days and wonder why God is so negligent of us. Yet we need to know what it means to be in his embrace at the same time when he leads us through deep valleys. Let us learn contentment and ...…
 
Scripture has many examples of the righteous crying out to God in times of suffering. We can be brutally honest with God concerning our feelings. Is there a right or wrong way to lament before God? What should be our disposition as we express our griefs and disappointments to God? Be encouraged as we explore the scripture together.…
 
David again gathered all the chosen men of Israel, thirty thousand. And David arose and went with all the people who were with him from Baale-judah to bring up from there the ark of God, which is called by the name of the Lord of hosts who sits enthroned on the cherubim. And they carried the ark of God on a new cart and brought it out of the ho ...…
 
Waiting in Jerusalem Time in prayer Replacement for Judas Casting lots Sundays Resurrection Pentecost Feast days Fulfilled by Jesus Offerings Communion Pentecost Giving of the Law: Old Covenant Giving of the Spirit: New Covenant The coming of the Spirit Other languages International Jews present What does it mean? Acts 2:14-36 Not drunk The las ...…
 
The story of meeting the bake and cup-bearer while wrongfully imprisoned is integral tot he life of Joseph. But in ways more than we can imagine, the story has great implications for us as Jesus is the greater Joseph! Be blessed s you explore the scriptures!By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
Some of Jesus' parables emphasize the need to wait. Not everything happens as we expect it to. The kingdom may appear different than what anticipate. As we look forward to the consummation of the kingdom (not yet), how shall we live according to the kingdom that is already?By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
The beloved story of Joseph is followed through the various change of clothes he wears: a oat of many colours, a servant's garment, prison clothes, a royal robe and finally embalming. Each article of clothing typifies an important lesson in the shaping of his life.By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
1 Peter 5:1-4 – Shepherd Your Flock 1The elders who are among you I exhort, I who am a fellow elder and a witness of the sufferings of Christ, and also a partaker of the glory that will be revealed: 2Shepherd the flock of God which is among you, serving as overseers, not by compulsion but willingly, not for dishonest gain but eagerly; 3nor as b ...…
 
“Titus: Bishops As Blameless Stewards of God” Part 3 — Titus 1:9 I. A Bishop must hold fast the faithful Word A. As he has been taught 2 Thes. 2:15; 2 Tim. 1:13; Jude 3 B. Sound doctrine 1 Tim. 6:3; 2 Tim. 1:13; 4:3; Tit. 1:9. 13; 2:1, 2; 3 Jn. 2 II. The use of the Word A. By sound doctrine to exhort B. By sound doctrine to convict Tit. 1:9, 13 ...…
 
After pouring his entire life into his mission, was John mistaken when he identified Jesus as the Messiah? Surely Jesus would acknowledge the injustice of his imprisonment! Listen to the wise answer Jesus relayed back to his faithful but discouraged servant.By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
Darla draws from the teaching of Jesus in John 15 about the way to abundant fruitfulness. Jesus is the vine, we are the branches and our heavenly Father is the vinedresser. He is the One with the qualifications for doing the necessary work of developing both quantity and quality of fruit in our lives. Branches who ABIDE bear much fruit.…
 
Steven McCurdy shares a powerful exhortation based on the prophet Haggai. It is time to build the house of God, not to focus on our own lives. Let the Spirit of God speak deeply to your heart as you listen to this inspiring message.By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
Bishops As Blameless Stewards of God: Part 2 — Titus 1:8 III. Qualities to be found in a bishop 1 Tim. 6:11; Matt. 7:15-20; Tit. 1:16; 2:7, 11-14; 3:8, 14 A. Hospitable 1 Tim. 3:2; Tit. 1:8; 1 Pet. 4:9 Matt. 25:35, 38, 43, 44; 27:7; Acts 17:18, 21; Rom. 16:23; Eph. 2:12, 19; 3 Jn. 5-8; Heb. 13:2; 1 Pet. 4:9; 1 Tim. 5:10; Rom. 12:13 B. Lover of ...…
 
The Book of Hebrews clearly informs us that the way to the immediate presence of God has been opened to you and me. The writer takes pains to tell us the work that Christ has done to make it so. We are then urged to take advantage of the work of Christ, for we are more than welcome to come before God.…
 
Really, Jacob? Is life nothing more than a billiard ball that gets knocked around until it is finally sunk? Is all of life conspiring against God'swill for us? Jacob needed a different perspective, for God sees what man cannot! Let us see what God knew all along, but Jacob had to discover...By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
Death is the enemy of God and all mankind. The resurrection of Jesus has abolished death, stripped it of its power and fear. Between now and the coming of Jesus, it is a friend to the believer. At the appearing of Jesus, it will cease to exist! What a change of perspective this gives to the life which we now live, and heat hope it fills us with ...…
 
The story isn't over if God doesn't have the last word! What is God's perspective? What is this 'double portion' Job receives at the end? Was the theology of Job and his three friends erroneous in the first place? Did they end up accusing whom God had cleared? This will give a completely different perspective of suffering.…
 
In part 4 of 5, we examine Job's defense of himself. He claims his innocence. He has committed no sin, so why is he being punished? It seems as if Job's 'theology' was similar to that of his three 'friends': If I live righteously, I will be blessed and If I sin, I will be punished. So why I am being punished if I haven't sinned? There are many ...…
 
Is there any purpose in the deep trials of life? This is Part 3 of 5 from a series that was recorded a long time ago, but the truth endures for all time!By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
In times of trial, have you met Eliphaz, Bolded or Zophar? They were convinced that Job had sinned! What other explanation cold there be for his circumstances? Surely he must have committed a terrible sin! And with such words, they condemned the very one that God boasted that there was no one on earth as righteous as Job!…
 
This is an old series that I taught many years ago. This first (out of five) message serves as an introduction to the book that has fascinated me for years. Be encouraged as you venture into this amazing book that asks a lot of hard questions about life!By Pastor Eugene Smith
 
Titus: Bishops As Blameless Stewards of God: Part 1 — Titus 1:7 I. A bishop Acts 1:20; 20:28; Phil. 1:1; 1 Tim. 3:2; Tit. 1:7; 3:15; 1 Pet. 2:25; 5:1-2 Heb. 13:7, 17 A. Must be blameless B. As a steward of God Lk. 12:42; 16: 1, 3, 8; Rom. 16:23; 1 Cor. 4:1, 2; Gal. 4:2; Tit. 1:7; 1 Pet. 4:10 II. Qualities not to be found in a bishop A. Not self ...…
 
Vision is necessary to keep the 'magnetic' pull of the heart of God upon our souls. We all need to have an overmastering conviction upon our hearts and minds, or we begin to stray. Prophetic vision from the Holy Spirit serves that purpose. Let us hear the voice of the Lord, and have our eyes open to the purpose of God, especially that which he ...…
 
Through the gift of the Holy Spirit, the believer 'tastes' the powers of the world to come. The future is breaking into the present. The destiny of the believer is to share in the glory of the appearing Christ. The Holy Spirit will lead, guide and protect the believer from conversion right through to the appearing of Christ where he will partic ...…
 
The Old Testament believer longed for the coming of the kingdom. How would he know it has arrived? How would he recognize the messiah king? How would God fulfil his promises? How does the New Testament speak of these promises? The dynamic out-poured Holy Spirit is key to all this! Be encouraged as you listen to what the testimony of scripture h ...…
 
God is Love — 1 John 4:7-5:5 7Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God; and everyone who loves is born of God and knows God. 8He who does not love does not know God, for God is love. 9In this the love of God was manifested toward us, that God has sent His only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through Him. 10In this is ...…
 
Is there a difference between 'faith' and 'the faith'? One is the result of hearing the dynamic, life-imparting, energizing voice of God. The other is a systematic recording of those words. To be immersed in the recorded words of scripture does not guarantee that the voice of God has been heard. Every generation must hear the voice of God for i ...…
 
There is no need to fake faith. We are privileged to hear God's voice, and it is God's voice that imparts faith into our being. Man cannot manufacture nor produce faith. He can only receive it by hearing the voice of God. Once God speaks, we must respond properly to it. Be encouraged as we explore the scriptures on this important topic.…
 
Behold the Lord — Isaiah 6 I. The Lord is Lord of all II. The Lord is most-glorious III. The Lord is most-holy IV. The Lord is most-merciful
 
Behold the Lord — Isaiah 6 I. The Lord is Lord of all II. The Lord is most-glorious III. The Lord is most-holy IV. The Lord is most-merciful
 
Straight Paths — Mark 1:1-4 1) The straight paths of John the Baptist 2) The straight paths of Jesus 3) The straight paths of a Christian
 
Hebrews 11 speaks of the saints who lived by faith. Yet when we read their life stories in the Old Testament, the word 'faith' is not used. Instead it uses the words 'trust', 'obey' and 'believe'. The lives of these servants illustrate what the New Testament means when it speaks of 'faith'. Let us follow their example.…
 
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