Today’s sermon saw the return of two people who were saved and who met Jesus in our church. They inspired us all with their journey with Jesus Christ.
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.
We are encouraged to see the ill effects of reacting badly to an offence (which will surely come our way!) and the benefits of overcoming anger. If you struggle with this – have a listen!
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…
A message encouraging the church to have a flexibility that is in God and to have Christ as its glory within. A key message as we look to bear fruit and see Blackpool changed.
This message predicts that the river of God which brings life and healing and transformation is starting to flow in Blackpool and explains how believers can engage with this.
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.
From the account of Bartimaeus in Mark 10, we see that a man who was physically blind actually had great spiritual sight as demonstrated by the faith that he showed. His physical healing and brand new life followed. Have a listen and be reminded of some practical faith lessons.
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.
Everyone knows that the world is in a mess and Christians are not exempt from problems. In this sermon we look at three things based on Psalm 46, and in particular verses 10 and 11. Our Duty – to be still Our Privilege – to know Our Objective – to exalt God