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Starts August 24th
Men's Bible Study: The Book of Romans
Wednesdays at 6:30pm | Admin Bldg., 302
Pastor David Fuquay will lead men through J.D. Greear’s new study on the Book of Romans, considered by many to be one of the most important books ever written on the Christian faith. Writing to Christians, the apostle Paul defines the gospel, explores its depths, and discusses its significance and implications for the Christian life.
July 8, 2022
All of us are tempted. Drawn to the “shiny object” that Satan uses that can pull us away from God. Considering “going it alone” without God, becoming convinced we can do something better ourselves and claim all the credit. But, as followers of Jesus Christ, we want to be more like Him. How can we resist temptation? From his Bible Commentary, Warren Wiersbe shares wisdom from God’s Word that gives clear direction.
The account of Jesus’ temptation (Luke 4:1-13) exposed the tactics of the enemy, and it reveals to us how we can overcome when we are tempted. We have at our disposal the same spiritual resources that Jesus used when He faced and defeated Satan: prayer (Luke 3:21), the Father’s love (Luke 3:22), the power of the Spirit (Luke 4:1), and the Word of God (Luke 4:4).
This experience also helped prepare our Lord for His present ministry as our sympathetic High Priest; we may come to Him for the help we need to overcome the tempter. The Book of Hebrews tells us that Jesus was tempted in the ways we are (Hebrews 2:16-18; 4:14-16). We have in heaven the interceding Savior who has defeated the enemy completely.
Satan tempts us to bring out the worst in us, but God can use these difficult experiences to put the best into us. Temptation is Satan’s weapon to defeat us, but it can become God’s tool to build us (see James 1:1-8, 13-17).
Mike McGee, Minister to Men
After 36 years in the commercial banking and financial services business, Mike was called to full time ministry in 2015. God uniquely prepared Mike to help equip and encourage men in their walk with Christ, and to help them meet the challenges of leadership in the church, family and workplace. Mike and his wife Sherri have been married for 32 years, and have four adult children and three grandchildren. Mike enjoys golf, watching Texas Ranger baseball or Oklahoma State football.
Oklahoma State University: BS, Pre-Law