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MOMENTS WITH

THE MASTER

Life is full of twists and turns, and each of these moments impact who we are, and can either pull us away from Jesus, or draw us closer to Him. Every moment with the Master transforms us and continually conforms us into the image of the Son. ​God is near to us in the twists and turns of life, and longs to encounter us in the midst of them.
AUGUST 4, 2019 - FEBRUARY 16, 2020

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6

Peter started off as a fickle and wavering disciple, headstrong, yet fearful. Moments with the Master taught him, trained him, and transformed him into a bold and fearless witness of the Gospel.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

The prophet Ezekiel's moments with the Master had clear and significant impacts on his life. They brought revelation, equipping, direction and revival.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Abraham's life was characterized by moments with his Master. Wherever he went, Abraham didn't make structures for himself, but cultivated a lifestyle fashioned to encounter the Lord.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

Isaiah's moment with the Master radically changed his life. Fear and ego cleared away as he gained perspective; making way for sanctification and surrender.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 25

For two fearful disciples on the road to Emmaus, moments with the resurrected Master left them full of faith and courage, bold witnesses of the Gospel. God's presence truly changes everything!

SUNDAY, AUGUST 18

John started out his life as prideful and immature- but his moments with the Master transformed him into a selfless and obedient servant of the Gospel.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 11

A moment with the Master radically changed Paul's life. It changed him from within, changed his path, changed his perspective and changed his ministry.

SUNDAY,

AUGUST 4

Noah was exceptionally different. He had an intense faith and understood the plan of God. Noah prepared himself and his family for what was to come; and boldly and courageously stood alone. 

EBEN-EZER CHURCH OF GOD

2605 Welsh Road

Philadelphia, PA 19114

ebenezerphila.org

(215) 671-8889

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