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God’s Financial Plan: The Tithe Pt.3

God’s Financial Plan: The Tithe Pt.3

In this final part of the series on God’s financial plan for our prosperity, we conclude by answering some very essential questions about the subject. What are the benefits of tithing? What happens if I do not tithe? Where should I tithe. All these are covered in this message. Listen and be blessed.

In part one of this message, we set out to answer six basic questions concerning the issue of tithing. Part one dealt with: “What is the tithe?”

This is the second message in the series and the focus here is to answer the question: “Why should we tithe?” It is a very practical sermon that seeks to answer this all-important question about why God commands us to tithe.

Pastor ABK Appiah

 

God’s Financial Plan: The Tithe Pt.2

God’s Financial Plan: The Tithe Pt.2

In part one of this message, we set out to answer six basic questions concerning the issue of tithing. Part one dealt with: “What is the tithe?”

This is the second message in the series and the focus here is to answer the question: “Why should we tithe?” It is a very practical sermon that seeks to answer this all-important question about why God commands us to tithe.

Pastor ABK Appiah

 

God’s Plan For Financial Blessing: The Tithe Pt 1

God’s Plan For Financial Blessing: The Tithe Pt 1

Many do get defensive or even upset when the subject of money is raised in Church. But the truth is: money is a vital part of life. The Bible declares in Ecclesiastes 7:11-12, “Wisdom is even better when you have money. Both are a benefit as you go through life.”

Almost everyone can attest to the fact that life can be a bit stressful when money is tight.

Question: So how do we handle our money in a way that both benefits us in life and glorifies God? What does God have to say about the way we handle our money? In this three-part message, we get an insight into how God expects his children to handle their finances, starting with the issue of the tithe. Listen and broaden your understanding of this important subject.

There are times when we are faced with situations that seem hopeless. This is an inescapable part of the journey of life. Even the greatest of God’s servants encountered situations that seemed rather hopeless. There was a time when Moses felt so hopeless that he asked God to take his life! So, how do we press on when everything seems to be against us? That is the thrust of this sermon. It will encourage you to hope again.

Pastor ABK Appiah

Hope Again

Hope Again

 

There are times when we are faced with situations that seem hopeless. This is an inescapable part of the journey of life. Even the greatest of God’s servants encountered situations that seemed rather hopeless. There was a time when Moses felt so hopeless that he asked God to take his life! So, how do we press on when everything seems to be against us? That is the thrust of this sermon. It will encourage you to hope again.

Pastor ABK Appiah

The Pastor

The Pastor

Genuinely serving God in ministry is a lot of hard work and spiritual battles. The ministry of Paul is a great example. His was a life of insults, jail, slander, hunger, beatings, hard work, opposition, shipwreck and stoning yet he pressed on. So what would cause anyone to want to live such a life? The answer is simple: Every genuine pastor is called by God into the ministry. Without it being a call, the individual will not survive and would end up destroying many lives.

This sermon will enlighten you on how to relate to your pastor with the right spiritual understanding so that you can become everything God has ordained you to be.

Pastor ABK Appiah

Let’s Touch Jesus

Let’s Touch Jesus

All through Scripture, we see numerous instances of people who were set free from different ailments and situations as they touched Jesus by faith. Jesus came that we will have life and have it in abundance. Oppressive conditions militate against the abundance of life that God desires for us. If we reach out and touch Jesus, He will set us free. This message will motivate you to reach out and touch Jesus.

Pastor ABK Appiah

 

God Will Perfect Your Life

God Will Perfect Your Life

This sermon is based on David’s confident assertion in Psalm 138:8, “The LORD will perfect that which concerns me.”  At the end of a heart-warming praise to the Almighty God, David concludes with these words: “Though I walk in the midst of trouble, You will revive me; You will stretch out Your hand against the wrath of my enemies, and Your right hand will save me. The LORD will perfect that which concerns me; Your mercy, O LORD, endures forever; Do not forsake the work of Your hands.

This sermon helps us to understand that God desires to perfect that which concerns our lives. It provides several scriptural examples to that effect. This is a transforming message.

Pastor ABK Appiah

 

 

LORD, Perfect That Which Concerns Me

LORD, Perfect That Which Concerns Me

The Bible records a prayer of David in Psalm 138:8; “The LORD will perfect that which concerns me;”

All through Scripture, we see numerous examples of how God intervened and perfected many lives. This message will encourage you to petition and believe God to perfect that which concerns your life. Listen and be challenged to petition God in a whole new way.

Pastor ABK Appiah

 

Beyond  All Expectation

Beyond All Expectation

The Bible tells the story of a crippled man who sat begging for alms at the Beautiful Gate of the Temple for years until he had a divine encounter with Peter and John.

The man was expecting to receive some money from them but God completely transformed his life. God went beyond all expectations for him. God healed him. God is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we can ask or imagine.

This sermon will challenge you not to limit God.

Pastor ABK Appiah

One Angel And Three Special Women

One Angel And Three Special Women

One angel: Gabriel, who stands in the presence of the Lord, had a message for two women – Elizabeth and Mary. The message had to do with the miraculous birth of two sons. Elizabeth was an old righteous woman who felt ashamed because she had born no children. Mary was a frightened virgin teenager who was pledged in marriage. Elizabeth’s son, John the Baptist, was going to be the forerunner of Jesus; Mary’s son, Jesus, was going to be the Savior of the world.

God chose to fulfill His divine agenda through an old barren woman and a frightened virgin teenage girl.

This sermon has very relevant and encouraging applications to life. Listen and be encouraged.

Pastor ABK Appiah

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