Mother’s Day Sincere Faith to Overcome Opposition sermon video. Timothy was a young pastor facing much opposition. He had critics, stomach problems, leadership problems, etc. Paul told Timothy that he could overcome those oppositions if he used the sincere faith given him, by his mother and grandmother. What is sincere faith? It’s a bold and real faith. It’s an obvious unashamed faith. It’s an “in your face” faith. It’s a faith that doesn’t quit because of opposition.

FAITH
By Pastor Delbert Young

Mother’s Day Sincere Faith to Overcome Opposition sermon video

Mother’s Day Sincere Faith to Overcome Opposition sermon video

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Mother’s Day Sincere Faith to Overcome Opposition sermon video

2 Timothy 1:5, 1 Corinthians 16:9, 1 Timothy 6:12, Ephesians 6:13, Habakkuk 3:17-18, Romans 8:31

Let’s talk today about SINCERE FAITH TO OVERCOMING OPPOSITION. A mother loves her children and grandchildren and wants nothing more than for them to enjoy victorious and successful lives. When victorious, mothers not only love them, they are proud of them. A mother loves every child and grandchild, but sadly, she is not always proud of every child and grandchild. A key thing a mother and grandmother does to insure success is passing on her sincere faith.

2 Timothy 1:5  I have been reminded of your SINCERE FAITH, which first LIVED IN YOUR GRANDMOTHERLois and IN YOUR MOTHER Eunice and, I am persuaded, NOW LIVES IN YOU ALSO.

Timothy was a young pastor facing much opposition. He had critics, stomach problems, leadership problems, etc. Paul told Timothy that he could overcome those oppositions if he used the sincere faith given him, by his mother and grandmother. What is sincere faith? It’sa bold and real faith. It’s an obvious unashamed faith. It’s an “in your face” faith. It’s a faith that doesn’t quit because of opposition. (continue sermon notes)

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