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.
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.
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.
Jesus left His Church the Great Commission: “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.” Is there any connection between having physical facilities for the local Church and the Great Commission? In this sermon, the case is made for the importance of the local church having adequate facilities to enable disciples to be effectively made. You will be challenged as you listen to help support your Church’s building program.
When Jesus said He would build His Church and that the gates of Hell will not prevail against it, what kind of Church did He have in mind? Do we really know who we are as the Church of God? Are we fulfilling the purposes for which God established us? Are we walking in the power and authority God has bestowed upon us?
This eye opening sermon will change your understanding of who you are as part of God’s Church and encourage you to pray for God’s Church to fully become the Church that Jesus wants. Listen and you will be definitely blessed.
God desires to bless His children but those blessings are predicated on one thing: obedience.
This is a spiritual principle God will not violate. We see it repeatedly demonstrated through the pages of Scripture. His covenant blessings are tied to obedience as we clearly see in Deuteronomy 28. Do you truly want God to bless your life? Then make obedience a non-negotiable part of your everyday life. Be radically obedient to the Word of God and your barns will overflow with blessings. There is simply no other way than to trust and obey Jesus.
You will be nourished and challenged as you listen.
“…count it all joy when you fall into various trials, (consider it an opportunity for great joy) knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience (for you know that when your faith is tested, your endurance has a chance to grow…) James 1:2-4.
We are quick to thank God for His goodness but we often don’t thank Him for our difficulties and trials. But if we are to take a closer look, we will find that our faith in God during hard times should actually lead us into a deeper appreciation of those seasons and cause us to praise Him. In this message, filled with inspiring personal stories, you will be greatly encouraged to see your trials in a totally different light. Listen and be encouraged to value your season of trials.
You are a masterpiece – God’s great work. God has an exclusive work prepared just for you to do. It is our individual responsibility to engage in those works as an expression of our faith because faith without works is dead. We love God and desire to serve Him – let’s not stop there – we serve God by serving people and pursuing His Kingdom agenda. That is living faith; otherwise our faith is dead! It is quite easy to know without doing because doing is an action word that requires sacrifice. Those sacrifices are not easy to make but God always helps us!
This sermon is very convicting. It will challenge you to give a practical expression to your faith
How do we appreciate the servants God has given as gifts to our lives? Too often, we take the shepherds God has placed over our lives for granted and we lose a lot of blessings as a result. In this very insightful sermon, we learn that God is stimulated to bless us when we honor the gifts He has endowed upon our lives. Based upon the story of the Shunnamite woman in 2 Kings, we learn that Elisha was moved to bless the woman by prophesying that she would have a child “by that time next year”; and she did! Is there a connection between honoring God’s gifts and our being blessed by God? Listen and be blessed.
We serve a God of purpose. A God who always calls and sends out for specific things to be done and accomplished. So, why did God establish the Church? What is the purpose of the church? This sermon challenges us to refocus on the primary purpose of the Church: Evangelism.
You will be challenged to reach out to the lost and bring them into God’s Kingdom.