We see that Christians can bear no fruit, fruit, more fruit and much fruit. We start to see the work of God as the vine dresser. This sermon looks at the areas of discipline and pruning.
Jesus tells His disciples that they can have peace because their eternal destiny is being prepared and that they can have life now by knowing God. That’s also for you and me!
This series delves into perhaps Jesus’ most famous sermon – the Sermon on the Mount. It is all about a totally different way of living that only God can work in our hearts. First step is to realise the blessing of being destitute before God.
This sermon, bringing to an end the Just Walk Across the Room series shows us a better way of living where People and Potential are prioritised. Jesus called the disciples and told them that there was something better than catching little fish – they weren’t the finished article but Jesus saw their potential.
The words of our personal stories (testimonies) and also God’s story (Gospel) have great power when told clearly and succinctly from the heart. This practical message gives us some pointers.
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.
This sermon focuses on David and how he took victory from defeat, when it seemed he had lost everything and everything came against him.
In Christ, the believer is seated in the heavenlies with a new perspective, authority and potential – as we grasp this, it will affect the way we live.
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.
2 Timothy 1:9 tells us that we have grace in Christ. This sermon examines the incredible gift of grace from God and how it is so rich in salvation, changing us for the better, keeps us going and provides everything that God knows we need. If you want a rich patron – God is the…