Out of a heart of worship we see that David prophecies. Using the amazing prophetic Psalm 22 we look at that God will choose a worshipper to use in the prophetic ministry. Paul in Corinthians suggests all Christians can prophecy, but it is vital that we have a worshipping heart.
This is a practical session with examples of how we can receive words of knowledge and then how to minister with what we receive.
Stop trusting in yourself – it only leads to failure. Rather, transfer your trust to the Lord. Simple, but life-transforming.
In this second part we see that personal experience of the resurrected Christ and the subsequent transformation of your life is the greatest and most powerful evidence of the resurrection of Christ from the dead and also a future guaranteed. However, we also review some other evidences of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead and the…
This sermon uses Ephesians 1:3 to show how we have been redeemed and how Jesus Christ is our Redeemer. It shows how a price has been paid for the believer to have true freedom.
Based on Isaiah 33:5-6 we see how the fear of the Lord is the key to unlocking God’s treasures of salvation, wisdom and knowledge and how the Lord is a firm foundation in our times.
This final talk in the series shows us that an authentic walk with the Holy Spirit gives us freedom to be ourselves as given by the grace of God. We need to be born again, learn to understand our position in Christ but also embrace our individuality. This is God’s plan for us.
This sermon focuses mainly on 1 Corinthians 12 and examines the list of gifts, the context for their inclusion and a challenge to believers to accept their own responsibility to seek the gifts so that they can fulfil their role in the Body of Christ.
This sermon uses passages from John 4, Romans 12, 1 Peter 2, Ephesians 5, 1 Corinthians 14 and Revelation 1 to investigate the true nature of Spirit led worship and the kind of worshippers the Father is pleased with. We also see how Spirit led worship opens up heaven to us. If you want to…
In Exodus 35 God commanded the people to build a tabernacle for Him. People freely and willingly gave of their time, money and skills to do this, so much so that they had to be told to stop giving. Here are some key points reflecting on why they did this and how we can discover…