Bishop Bart Pierce

The Spirit of Leviathan Against The Church | January 12, 2020 Episode 1

There are some real benefits of this life of living as a Christian in the body of Christ. Our unity brings us into a relationship with Christ and with his body, which releases the effectual operation of the diversities of gifts according to Ephesians 4:7 and 10.

The religious church wants the Spirit of God and wants all the miracles of God, but we don’t want to have to obtain the favor of God. The Spirit of Leviathan is against the church. We must stand in unity as the church to fight against this spirit. Leviathan is a snake that comes to choke and strangle the life out of the church.

Leviathan is the spirit of separation. In Hebrew, the word Leviathan means “twister”. The spirit is so subtle and comes in through pride. But we are a body and need to remain united, connected, and in one accord.

Episode 1: https://youtu.be/t60dYHWmPtI
Episode 2: https://youtu.be/XggGWKCEFsc
Episode 3: https://youtu.be/7XwqkVlw9qw

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The Spirit of Leviathan Against The Church | January 12, 2020 Episode 2

There are some real benefits of this life of living as a Christian in the body of Christ. Our unity brings us into a relationship with Christ and with his body, which releases the effectual operation of the diversities of gifts according to Ephesians 4:7 and 10.

The religious church wants the Spirit of God and wants all the miracles of God, but we don’t want to have to obtain the favor of God. The Spirit of Leviathan is against the church. We must stand in unity as the church to fight against this spirit. Leviathan is a snake that comes to choke and strangle the life out of the church.

Leviathan is the spirit of separation. In Hebrew, the word Leviathan means “twister”. The spirit is so subtle and comes in through pride. But we are a body and need to remain united, connected, and in one accord.

Episode 1: https://youtu.be/t60dYHWmPtI
Episode 2: https://youtu.be/XggGWKCEFsc
Episode 3: https://youtu.be/7XwqkVlw9qw

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Bishop Bart Pierce

The Spirit of Leviathan Against The Church | January 12, 2020 Episode 3

There are some real benefits of this life of living as a Christian in the body of Christ. Our unity brings us into a relationship with Christ and with his body, which releases the effectual operation of the diversities of gifts according to Ephesians 4:7 and 10.

The religious church wants the Spirit of God and wants all the miracles of God, but we don’t want to have to obtain the favor of God. The Spirit of Leviathan is against the church. We must stand in unity as the church to fight against this spirit. Leviathan is a snake that comes to choke and strangle the life out of the church.

Leviathan is the spirit of separation. In Hebrew, the word Leviathan means “twister”. The spirit is so subtle and comes in through pride. But we are a body and need to remain united, connected, and in one accord.

Episode 1: https://youtu.be/t60dYHWmPtI
Episode 2: https://youtu.be/XggGWKCEFsc
Episode 3: https://youtu.be/7XwqkVlw9qw

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God’s House Must Walk in Unity | January 5, 2020 Episode 1

Bishop Bart Pierce teaches out of Ephesians about how Paul directed the church of Ephesus to remain in unity. Paul ministered in Ephesus for three of his fourteen years of ministry. Ephesians is a very important book of the Bible because of the instructions it provided to the modern church on how to operate. This instructional piece will help us assure, build, correct, or repair our foundations. The Church today needs its foundations shored up. We need to be corrected as believers. You need a correct foundation. You need that so you can build on the foundation of the Lord. You can build your life in Christ. I challenge you to join us and listen to these sermons and commit yourself to change in 2020.

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God’s House Must Walk in Unity | January 5, 2020 Episode 2

Bishop Bart Pierce teaches out of Ephesians about how Paul directed the church of Ephesus to remain in unity. Paul ministered in Ephesus for three of his fourteen years of ministry. Ephesians is a very important book of the Bible because of the instructions it provided to the modern church on how to operate. This instructional piece will help us assure, build, correct, or repair our foundations. The Church today needs its foundations shored up. We need to be corrected as believers. You need a correct foundation. You need that so you can build on the foundation of the Lord. You can build your life in Christ. I challenge you to join us and listen to these sermons and commit yourself to change in 2020.

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