Redeemer Church Riverview
Lord Over Evil
February 20, 2022
Main Scripture Reference(s)
Psalms 91:1-2

Lord Over Evil

February 20, 2022 / Psalms 91:1-2


Song of Praise “Saved My Soul”

Call to Worship Psalm 91:1-2;9-12

Song of Praise “A Mighty Fortress”

Confession of Faith WSC 106

Song of Praise “King of Kings”

Prayer of Adoration

Greet One Another

Ministry Spotlight Men’s Ministry

Prayer of Intercession

Giving of God’s Tithes and Our Offerings

Song of Preparation “Holy Spirit”

Scripture Reading Mark 5:1-20

Sermon “ Identity in the King: Lord Over Evil” Craig Swartz

Prayer of Commitment

Song of Response “Tis So Sweet”


Sermon Notes

Matthew 4:24

Bertrand Russell:

“It is in our hearts that evil lies, and it is from our hearts that it must be plucked out.”

Carl Jung:

“It is a fact that cannot be denied the wickedness of others becomes our own wickedness because it kindles something evil in our own hearts.”


Charles Finney on someone not believing in the devil:

“Don’t you know? Well, you really resist him for a while, and you’ll soon change your views.”

 Churchman quote:

“It took me twenty years to get the hill back of my barn reasonably free from rattlesnakes, and after fifty years I still meet one there occasionally. I believe that getting rid of the evil in my heart is harder to deal with than rattlesnakes.”

Hebrews 12:1-2


James 2:19

Mark 5:7

Mark 5:10

Sinclair Ferguson:

“Men often hold onto their bondage in evil rather than yield to the pain of transformation by Christ’s power and grace.”

Becky Pippert:

“No one is in control of their lives. Whatever you seek most in life becomes your lord; it is unavoidable. The person who seeks power is controlled by power. The person who seeks acceptance is controlled by the people he or she wants to please. We do not control ourselves. We are controlled by the lord of our lives.”

Micah 7:19

Charles Spurgeon:

“We owe all to Jesus crucified. What is your life, my brethren, but the cross? Whence comes to the bread of your soul but from the cross? What is your joy but the cross? What is your delight, what is your heaven, but the Blessed  One, once crucified for you, whoever lives to make intercession for you? Cling to the cross, then, put both arms around it! Hold to the Crucified, and never let Him go. Come afresh to the cross at this moment, and rest there now and forever!” 


Mark 5:15-20

Lord Peterborough:

“If I stay another night with that man, I shall be a Christian in spite of myself.”Someone else said of him: “His manners were full of grace, his voice full of love, and his face full of glory.”


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