OUTRAGEOUS FAITH SERMON SERIES

OUTRAGEOUS FAITH - NOAH

David Fincher

Hebrews 11 is often referred to as "The Hall of Fame of Faith." This series focuses in on some of the people mentioned in that famous chapter of the Bible and how they had OUTRAGEOUS FAITH.

Noah stands out in Hebrews 11 as a man of faith. Called upon by God to build an ark that would bring man past the wrath of God... He moved with fear to the saving of his house.

OUTRAGEOUS FAITH - ABRAHAM

David Fincher

Abraham was called the "Father of Faith" for a reason. This lesson puts his great faith under a microscope and examines it in order to determine how we can have the faith of Abraham.

OUTRAGEOUS FAITH - MOSES

David Fincher

Next to Christ Himself, Moses was probably the most admired leader of the nation of Israel. His faith is mentioned dozens of times in Scripture and earned him a place in Hebrews 11; The Hall of Fame of Faith. What made Moses' faith so powerful and effective in his service to God? This lesson answers that question.

OUTRAGEOUS FAITH - SAMSON

David Fincher

Samson is listed in Hebrews 11 as a great person of faith... but as you study his life you see a faith that had issues... His faith was a faith that stumbled but it was also a faith that survived and in the end, was victorious.

OUTRAGEOUS FAITH - DAVID

David Fincher

David stands apart in the list of Biblical characters as "a man after God's own heart" and yet his story is one of both victory and defeat. This lesson examines the Faith that fell a giant and the giant that fell a faith. This lesson is about "Outrageous Faith!"

OUTRAGEOUS FAITH - THE WALLS OF JERICHO

David Fincher

Hebrews 11 speaks of OUTRAGEOUS FAITH and in its many pointers to this amazing type of faith, it points to the falling of the walls of Jericho. What type of faith does it take to bring down the walls of a fortified city? What type of faith does it take to bring down the walls that stand between you and victory? This lesson answers those questions.

OUTRAGEOUS FAITH - FINISH!

David Fincher

Hebrews 11 is called "The Hall of Fame of Faith" for a reason. Within that wonderful chapter, great men and women of faith are saluted and remembered. What most people do not see is how Hebrews 12:1-2 closes Hebrews 11 and instructs Christians of the 1st century and the 21st century how we all are part of the same faith and HOW to finish the Christian race.