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Paul at Ephesus

Northwest Bible Church - May 3, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 19:8-10 Paul at Ephesus Intro A. THE CITY OF EPHESUS (Acts 19:8). 1. Provincial capital of Asia. 2. Great seaport. 3. Prominent features. a. Library a. Theater b. Temple of Artemis B. PAUL’S MINISTRY IN EPHESUS (Acts 19:8-10). 1. The message of the kingdom of God (Acts 19:8). 2. The Jewish opposition (Acts 19:9a). 3. The school of Paul (9-10). a. The building is called “the school of Tyrannus.” b. The ministry of Paul. C. THE KINGDOM OF GOD. 1. A vital part of the gospel ministry. Acts 1:3; 8:12; 14:22; 20:25; 28:23, 31. 2 Realm and reign. 3. Present and future. Application

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Paul at Ephesus

The Disciples of John Baptist

Northwest Bible Church - April 26, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 19:1-7 The Disciples of John the Baptist Intro A. THE DISCIPLES’ FAITH AND BAPTISM (Acts 19:2-7). 1. The nature of their faith (Acts 19:2). 2. Ignorance of the Holy Spirit (Acts 19:2-3). 3. Paul preaches Jesus to them and they are baptized in Jesus’ name (Acts 19:4-5). 4. They receive the Holy Spirit and speak with tongues and prophesy (Acts 19:6). a. Acts 2 - Pentecost - HS given to Jews b. Acts 8 - HS given to Samaritans. c. Acts 10 - HS given to Gentiles. d. Acts 19 - HS given to John’s disciples B. DOES THE BIBLE TEACH A SECOND BLESSING (PENTECOSTIALISM)? 1. The Pentecostal/Charismatic view. 2. These “disciples” of John were not Christians (Acts 19:2). C. THE NATURE AND USE OF THE GIFT OF TONGUES. 1. The nature of the gift of tongues is speaking in an unlearned human language. a. Acts 2:4, 6, 8-11 - b. 1 Corinthians 12-14. 2. Restrictions on the gift of tongues. a. Not all had the gift of tongues. 1 Cor. 12:3 b. Limited in number in the local church. 1 Cor. 14:27 c. Must be interpreted or to remain silent. 1 Cor. 14:27-28 3. The purpose of the gift of tongues. a. Not the sign of the baptism with the Holy Spirit. 1 Cor. 12:13. b. To edify the church when interpreted. 1 Cor. 14:2-17. c. To judge unbelievers. 1 Cor. 14:21-25. Application: Using our tongues today. Eph. 4:29

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The Disciples of John Baptist

Apollos, Aquila and Priscilla

Northwest Bible Church - April 19, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 18:22-28 Apollos, Priscilla and Aquila Intro A. APOLLOS IN EPHESUS (Acts 18:24-26a) 1. An Egyptian Jew (Acts 18:24). 2. Eloquent (Acts 18:24). 3. Mighty in the Scriptures (Acts 18:24). 4. Instructed in the way of the Lord (Acts 18:25). 5. Fervent in spirit, spoke out boldly (Acts 18:25, 26). 6. Accurate teacher (Acts 18:25). 7. Acquainted only with the baptism of John (Acts 18:25). 8. Possible author of the book of Hebrews after his enlightenment. B. PRISCILLA AND AQUILA (Acts 18:26b). 1. Why is Priscilla listed first? 2. Their ministry to Apollo. 3. Apollos’ response to their teaching. C. APOLLOS IN CORINTH (Acts 18:27-28). 1. Endorsed by the church (Acts 18:27a). 2. A powerful ministry (Acts 18:27b-28). D. PAUL AND APOLLOS (1 Cor. 1-4). Applications 1. 2.

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Apollos, Aquila and Priscilla

Why Believe in Christ’s Resurrection?

Northwest Bible Church – April 12, 2020 – Easter Worship Service – Alan Conner Acts 1:1-11 Why Believe in Christ’s Resurrection? Intro A. BECAUSE ALL OTHER EXPLANATIONS OF THE EMPTY TOMB FAIL. 1. Joseph of Arimathea did not move the body. 2. The disciples did not steal the body. 3. They didn’t go to the wrong tomb. 4. Christ did not swoon and survive the cross. B. BECAUSE OF THE MANY RESURRECTION APPEARANCES OF CHRIST. 1. Mary. Jn. 20:10-18 2. Other women. Mt. 28:9-10 3. Peter (Lk. 24:34; 1 Cor. 15:5). 4. Two on the road to Emmaus. Lk. 24:13-35; Mk. 16:12-13 5. The ten minus Thomas – Lk. 24:36-49; Jn. 20:19-25. 6. The ten plus Thomas – Jn. 20:26-29. 7. The seven disciples at the Sea of Galilee – Jn. 21:1-23 ;1 Cor. 15:7. 8. The eleven at a mountain in Galilee - Mt. 28:16-20. 9. “More than 500 at one time” – 1 Cor. 15:6 10. James (Jesus’ half-brother) – 1 Cor. 15:7 11. Disciples who saw Jesus ascension– Lk. 24:50-51; Acts 1:4-12. 12. Paul - 1 Cor. 15:8; Acts 9:1-22. C. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHRIST’S RESURRECTION 1. He is the way, the truth and the life. Jn. 14:6 2. Our preaching and faith are not in vain. 1 Cor. 15:14 3. We are not in our sins. 1 Cor. 15:17 4. We have the hope of glory. 1 Cor. 15:42-44, 49-57. We will bear His image, Phil. 3:21; Rom. 8:29. This living hope is the source of great joy. 1 Pet. 1:3-10 Conclusion

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Why Believe in Christ’s Resurrection?

The Crucifixion of Christ

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The Crucifixion of Christ

Waiting on the Lord

Northwest Bible Church - April 5, 2020 - Special Message - Alan Conner Isa. 40:27-31 Waiting on the Lord Intro A. THE THREAT. 1. The Assyrian invasion (chs. 1-39). 2. The Babylonian invasion (chs. 40-48). B. THE HOPE. 1. Isa. 40 is the turning point. 2. The coming of the Deliverer, Jesus Christ. C. THE RESPONSE (40:27-31). 1. Don’t accuse God of being limited in knowledge or uncaring (Isaiah 40:27). 2. Look to God (Isaiah 40:26, 28-30). a. You must know God through Jesus Christ. b. We must dwell on God’s greatness (Isaiah 40:12-26, 28-30). 3. Wait on God. a. Waiting on the Lord knowing He is in control. b. Waiting on the Lord for His perfect timing. c. Waiting on the Lord for His goodness (Isaiah 40:31). Conclusion

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Waiting on the Lord

Matters of First Importance

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Matters of First Importance

Trusting God in the Days of COVID-19

Alan Conner teaches about the promises of God revealed in Psalm 91.

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Trusting God in the Days of COVID-19

If God Wills

Northwest Bible Church - March 15, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 18:19-21 If God Wills Intro A. BOWING TO GOD’S WILL (Acts 18:21). 1. Paul’s habit of submitting all his future plans to God’s will. 1 Cor. 4:19; 16:7; Rom. 1:10; 15:32; Phil. 2:19; Jas. 4:15; Heb. 6:3; 1 Pet. 3:17. 2. We are totally dependent on God’s sovereign will for our future plans. Prov. 16:9; 20:24. B. LIVING UNDER THE WILL OF GOD (Jas. 4:13-17). 1. The plan is made (Acts 18:13). 2. The failures of the plan (Acts 18:14-17). a. The failure to see man’s brevity (Acts 18:14). b. The failure to see God’s sovereignty (Acts 18:15). c. The failure to see pride’s iniquity (Acts 18:16-17). C. PRAYING UNDER THE WILL OF GOD. 1. The prayer of Christ (Mk. 14:36). 2. Christ, our model. D. BENEFITS OF SUBMISSION TO THE WILL OF GOD. 1. Sanctifying blessings. 2. “Deo Volente” - D.V Conclusion

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If God Wills

Paul’s Vow

Northwest Bible Church - March 8, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 18:18-22 Paul’s Vow Intro A. THE VOW IN CENCHREA 1. Why did Paul make a vow? 2. This appears to be a Nazirite vow (Numb. 6). B. OATHS AND VOWS IN THE BIBLE 1. The distinction between an oath and a vow. a. Oath - are solemn promises made to men calling on God as witness; b. Vow - is a solemn promise made to God alone. The purpose of the oath is confirmation of the truth; and the purpose of the vow is commitment of a life. 2. The seriousness of oaths and vows. Numb. 30:2; Deut. 23:21-23. 3. The abuse of oaths. Mt. 5:33-37 cf. Jas. 5:12. C. ARE VOWS APPROPRIATE FOR TODAY? 1. Vow makers in the Bible: 2. When a “return” to God is appropriate. 2 Chron. 32:24-25. Conclusion

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Paul’s Vow

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Paul at Ephesus

Northwest Bible Church - May 3, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 19:8-10 Paul at Ephesus Intro A. THE CITY OF EPHESUS (Acts 19:8). 1. Provincial capital of Asia. 2. Great seaport. 3. Prominent features. a. Library a. Theater b. Temple of Artemis B. PAUL’S MINISTRY IN EPHESUS (Acts 19:8-10). 1. The message of the kingdom of God (Acts 19:8). 2. The Jewish opposition (Acts 19:9a). 3. The school of Paul (9-10). a. The building is called “the school of Tyrannus.” b. The ministry of Paul. C. THE KINGDOM OF GOD. 1. A vital part of the gospel ministry. Acts 1:3; 8:12; 14:22; 20:25; 28:23, 31. 2 Realm and reign. 3. Present and future. Application

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Paul at Ephesus

The Disciples of John Baptist

Northwest Bible Church - April 26, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 19:1-7 The Disciples of John the Baptist Intro A. THE DISCIPLES’ FAITH AND BAPTISM (Acts 19:2-7). 1. The nature of their faith (Acts 19:2). 2. Ignorance of the Holy Spirit (Acts 19:2-3). 3. Paul preaches Jesus to them and they are baptized in Jesus’ name (Acts 19:4-5). 4. They receive the Holy Spirit and speak with tongues and prophesy (Acts 19:6). a. Acts 2 - Pentecost - HS given to Jews b. Acts 8 - HS given to Samaritans. c. Acts 10 - HS given to Gentiles. d. Acts 19 - HS given to John’s disciples B. DOES THE BIBLE TEACH A SECOND BLESSING (PENTECOSTIALISM)? 1. The Pentecostal/Charismatic view. 2. These “disciples” of John were not Christians (Acts 19:2). C. THE NATURE AND USE OF THE GIFT OF TONGUES. 1. The nature of the gift of tongues is speaking in an unlearned human language. a. Acts 2:4, 6, 8-11 - b. 1 Corinthians 12-14. 2. Restrictions on the gift of tongues. a. Not all had the gift of tongues. 1 Cor. 12:3 b. Limited in number in the local church. 1 Cor. 14:27 c. Must be interpreted or to remain silent. 1 Cor. 14:27-28 3. The purpose of the gift of tongues. a. Not the sign of the baptism with the Holy Spirit. 1 Cor. 12:13. b. To edify the church when interpreted. 1 Cor. 14:2-17. c. To judge unbelievers. 1 Cor. 14:21-25. Application: Using our tongues today. Eph. 4:29

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The Disciples of John Baptist

Apollos, Aquila and Priscilla

Northwest Bible Church - April 19, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 18:22-28 Apollos, Priscilla and Aquila Intro A. APOLLOS IN EPHESUS (Acts 18:24-26a) 1. An Egyptian Jew (Acts 18:24). 2. Eloquent (Acts 18:24). 3. Mighty in the Scriptures (Acts 18:24). 4. Instructed in the way of the Lord (Acts 18:25). 5. Fervent in spirit, spoke out boldly (Acts 18:25, 26). 6. Accurate teacher (Acts 18:25). 7. Acquainted only with the baptism of John (Acts 18:25). 8. Possible author of the book of Hebrews after his enlightenment. B. PRISCILLA AND AQUILA (Acts 18:26b). 1. Why is Priscilla listed first? 2. Their ministry to Apollo. 3. Apollos’ response to their teaching. C. APOLLOS IN CORINTH (Acts 18:27-28). 1. Endorsed by the church (Acts 18:27a). 2. A powerful ministry (Acts 18:27b-28). D. PAUL AND APOLLOS (1 Cor. 1-4). Applications 1. 2.

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Apollos, Aquila and Priscilla

Why Believe in Christ’s Resurrection?

Northwest Bible Church – April 12, 2020 – Easter Worship Service – Alan Conner Acts 1:1-11 Why Believe in Christ’s Resurrection? Intro A. BECAUSE ALL OTHER EXPLANATIONS OF THE EMPTY TOMB FAIL. 1. Joseph of Arimathea did not move the body. 2. The disciples did not steal the body. 3. They didn’t go to the wrong tomb. 4. Christ did not swoon and survive the cross. B. BECAUSE OF THE MANY RESURRECTION APPEARANCES OF CHRIST. 1. Mary. Jn. 20:10-18 2. Other women. Mt. 28:9-10 3. Peter (Lk. 24:34; 1 Cor. 15:5). 4. Two on the road to Emmaus. Lk. 24:13-35; Mk. 16:12-13 5. The ten minus Thomas – Lk. 24:36-49; Jn. 20:19-25. 6. The ten plus Thomas – Jn. 20:26-29. 7. The seven disciples at the Sea of Galilee – Jn. 21:1-23 ;1 Cor. 15:7. 8. The eleven at a mountain in Galilee - Mt. 28:16-20. 9. “More than 500 at one time” – 1 Cor. 15:6 10. James (Jesus’ half-brother) – 1 Cor. 15:7 11. Disciples who saw Jesus ascension– Lk. 24:50-51; Acts 1:4-12. 12. Paul - 1 Cor. 15:8; Acts 9:1-22. C. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHRIST’S RESURRECTION 1. He is the way, the truth and the life. Jn. 14:6 2. Our preaching and faith are not in vain. 1 Cor. 15:14 3. We are not in our sins. 1 Cor. 15:17 4. We have the hope of glory. 1 Cor. 15:42-44, 49-57. We will bear His image, Phil. 3:21; Rom. 8:29. This living hope is the source of great joy. 1 Pet. 1:3-10 Conclusion

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Why Believe in Christ’s Resurrection?

The Crucifixion of Christ

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The Crucifixion of Christ

Waiting on the Lord

Northwest Bible Church - April 5, 2020 - Special Message - Alan Conner Isa. 40:27-31 Waiting on the Lord Intro A. THE THREAT. 1. The Assyrian invasion (chs. 1-39). 2. The Babylonian invasion (chs. 40-48). B. THE HOPE. 1. Isa. 40 is the turning point. 2. The coming of the Deliverer, Jesus Christ. C. THE RESPONSE (40:27-31). 1. Don’t accuse God of being limited in knowledge or uncaring (Isaiah 40:27). 2. Look to God (Isaiah 40:26, 28-30). a. You must know God through Jesus Christ. b. We must dwell on God’s greatness (Isaiah 40:12-26, 28-30). 3. Wait on God. a. Waiting on the Lord knowing He is in control. b. Waiting on the Lord for His perfect timing. c. Waiting on the Lord for His goodness (Isaiah 40:31). Conclusion

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Waiting on the Lord

Matters of First Importance

-1 sMAR 29
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Matters of First Importance

Trusting God in the Days of COVID-19

Alan Conner teaches about the promises of God revealed in Psalm 91.

-1 sMAR 22
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Trusting God in the Days of COVID-19

If God Wills

Northwest Bible Church - March 15, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 18:19-21 If God Wills Intro A. BOWING TO GOD’S WILL (Acts 18:21). 1. Paul’s habit of submitting all his future plans to God’s will. 1 Cor. 4:19; 16:7; Rom. 1:10; 15:32; Phil. 2:19; Jas. 4:15; Heb. 6:3; 1 Pet. 3:17. 2. We are totally dependent on God’s sovereign will for our future plans. Prov. 16:9; 20:24. B. LIVING UNDER THE WILL OF GOD (Jas. 4:13-17). 1. The plan is made (Acts 18:13). 2. The failures of the plan (Acts 18:14-17). a. The failure to see man’s brevity (Acts 18:14). b. The failure to see God’s sovereignty (Acts 18:15). c. The failure to see pride’s iniquity (Acts 18:16-17). C. PRAYING UNDER THE WILL OF GOD. 1. The prayer of Christ (Mk. 14:36). 2. Christ, our model. D. BENEFITS OF SUBMISSION TO THE WILL OF GOD. 1. Sanctifying blessings. 2. “Deo Volente” - D.V Conclusion

-1 sMAR 15
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If God Wills

Paul’s Vow

Northwest Bible Church - March 8, 2020 - Book of Acts - Alan Conner Acts 18:18-22 Paul’s Vow Intro A. THE VOW IN CENCHREA 1. Why did Paul make a vow? 2. This appears to be a Nazirite vow (Numb. 6). B. OATHS AND VOWS IN THE BIBLE 1. The distinction between an oath and a vow. a. Oath - are solemn promises made to men calling on God as witness; b. Vow - is a solemn promise made to God alone. The purpose of the oath is confirmation of the truth; and the purpose of the vow is commitment of a life. 2. The seriousness of oaths and vows. Numb. 30:2; Deut. 23:21-23. 3. The abuse of oaths. Mt. 5:33-37 cf. Jas. 5:12. C. ARE VOWS APPROPRIATE FOR TODAY? 1. Vow makers in the Bible: 2. When a “return” to God is appropriate. 2 Chron. 32:24-25. Conclusion

-1 sMAR 8
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Paul’s Vow
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