Series Description: Have you ever wondered what it really means to live your life walking by faith? Faith can be easily described as acting like God is telling the truth before you see the results, but that’s much easier said than done. Join Dr. Tony Evans as he takes a look at the Hall of Faith: a collection of Old Testament heroes and their experiences used to teach New Testament Christians what it means to live your life through faith.
#1 – Concept of Faith (Hebrews 11:1-3): If the weatherman says that it’s going to rain tomorrow, we act in faith of what he said and pack an umbrella. But if we can always trust a weatherman who is often wrong, how can we doubt a God who is never wrong? Join Tony Evans as he defines the concept of faith and raises the question, “Are you living by faith?”
#2 – Abel: The Worship of Faith (Hebrews 11:4): Tony Evans says there are two ways you can worship God. You can worship Him as Abel did: the way God desires you to; or you can worship Him like Cain did: the way that is most convenient. In this lesson on the worship of faith, discover what it means to give God your best, not your leftovers.
#3 – Enoch: The Walk of Faith (Hebrews 11:5-6): In the book of Genesis, the Bible tells us that God was pleased with Enoch because he walked with Him in faith. But many of us today want God to walk with us and follow us where we go, whether or not we’re actually blessing Him. In this lesson, learn how expecting God to walk with you first requires you wanting to walk with Him in faith.
#4 – Noah: The Obedience of Faith (Hebrews 11:7): Does it feel like your faith has dried up? Many Christians today don’t get to see God operating in their lives because of their dead faith. But Tony Evans says you are given the power to activate your faith by your works of obedience. Don’t just visit God on Sundays, learn to carry out everyday activities in light of Him.
#5 – Abraham: The Pilgrimage of Faith (Hebrews 11:8-10): When God has a destination that He wants to take you to, are you willing to leave the world you know to move on to better things? Abraham didn’t have all the details but still left behind everything familiar to him to pursue the destiny God had in store for him. In this look at the life of Abraham, Tony Evans introduces three important concepts for your walk of faith: Leaving, Living, and Looking.#6 – Sarah: The Power of Faith (Hebrews 11:11): There are many people who lack a capacity to experience what God has for them because of opposing facts that are too numerous. But Tony Evans says that faith is not limited by facts. In this lesson on Sarah, the wife of Abraham, learn how to prevent your faith in God from submitting to the reality of your circumstances.