We see how the message to the church in Philadelphia in Revelation 3 has a foundation in the Book of Isaiah. We see some great promises fulfilled in Christ and the idea of open doors of opportunity existing for us to serve God.
This is the first sermon in the Just Walk Across the Room series. It focuses on the greatest gift we can give to anyone and addresses the issues of ‘Entering the Zone of the Unknown’, ‘Listening to the Spirit’ and then ‘Just Walking’. It lays a platform for getting the most out of the Just…
Ecclesiastes 4 has some wonderful verses about friendship. We are not made to be on our own and here we see great value and reward from the friendships and relationships we cultivate.
What sets your priorities? Sometimes they are forced upon us, but there are many times when we can choose our priorities. Using Haggai 1 and 1 Samuel 30 this sermon challenges us to examine our priorities in a year of great opportunity for the gospel in Blackpool.
People were made to praise God. Using the Christmas story in Luke, this sermon sees a process from receiving a revelation from God to lifting up our voices in praise. It is practical and realistic and highlights spiritual principles which the Christian can live out.
Today we looked at how the Lord works ‘suddenly’ in our life. It looks at Zechariah, Mary and the shepherds and then makes some very practical observations about how to deal with various things that can happen suddenly in our lives.
Hebrews 6 refers to the anchor of our souls. We see the importance of having our souls anchored in the storms of life. This anchor is a hope in God to fulfil His promises, guaranteed by Jesus. The anchor keeps us firm but also allows us the freedom to push on in the purposes of…
This sermon focuses on David and how he took victory from defeat, when it seemed he had lost everything and everything came against him.
From the first few verses from the Book of Ruth we see that people made wrong decisions that determined their destiny. Are you at a point of making a decision that might take you away from God’s perfect place of provision. Have a listen before you make that decision.
Tonight’s sermon focuses on why YOU are here, either at Church or on our website, and emphasises that we need to ‘raise our bar’ as Christians, because we are Christians for life, not just for Sunday.