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.
This is a challenging message for Christians. In light of God’s compassion for us are we willing to allow God to move us with compassion, overcome our prejudice and then look out for the opportunities to demonstrate His love. Compassion will transform the world around us.
Based on the account in Matthew 9, where a lady with a long-standing health problem reached out in faith to receive healing from Jesus, this sermon encourages people to keep persisting and not giving up, but reaching out to God for a miracle solution to long-standing problems. There are a couple of outstanding testimonies of…
Taking a look at the response of the two men crucified either side of Jesus this sermon addresses the issue of having a hard heart and how Jesus is the cure.
An evening with a Yorkshire theme and a focus on the Kingdom of God. God’s plan is far greater than any individual church or denomination or even just personal salvation.
The Bible is absolutely amazing, not least because it contains the words of Jesus, but it is only of value if we read it. In fact, this sermon highlights how essential it is for Christians to read the Bible if they want to grow in their Christian walk.
In Matthew 13 Jesus tells the parable of the sower and the seed. This sermon gives us some spiritual principles behind evangelism. The Word of God is life-changing!
In Matthew Chapter 16, Jesus asks Peter who he thinks He is. Peter had an amazing revelation from God. We can only get to know who God is by revelation, but when we have that revelation our lives are transformed and we are blessed.
This talk encourages us by helping us to focus on the possibilities of walking with the Holy Spirit. However, this is not a one off experience, rather it is only possible with a consistent relationship with God, where we learn to love Him with all our hearts, souls, minds and bodies.
Every time that Jesus’s hands are mentioned, something happens – whether it is healing, blessing, rescue or compassion. Always the power of God is released and often compassion or kindness is clearly seen. His hand is reaching out to you today. If you are in desperate need for something from God, then reach out for…