In this sermon we pick up something of the method, the direction, the journey and the approach of a great man of God. Interestingly, every believer is greater than Him!!
The key to bearing much fruit is abiding in Jesus. One of the keys to this is learning to develop a relationship with the Holy Spirit. What a way to live!!
We see that God longs to pour out His Holy Spirit on the believer. This will radically change our lives.
In the last sermon in this series we see that David had a heart to pass on good things to his son Solomon – we see this in the directions for building the new temple (1 Chronicles 28). We are encouraged to think about what we are passing on to our children and the next…
Using 2 Samuel 6 as a basis, we see that David is wholehearted – fully devoted to the Lord. This sermon draws out some practical pointers and indicators of a wholehearted person. It is challenging!
Reviewing the account of David and Bathsheba we see that God is a holy God and hates sin, that He also loves to forgive but that we still need to turn to Him in repentance. This is a hard-hitting sermon which challenges our modern complacency to the idea of sin.
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.
Another talk on the importance and effectiveness of prayer walking.
This is a practical session with examples of how we can receive words of knowledge and then how to minister with what we receive.
A 5 step model for praying for healing is introduced. This model is easy to use and treats each person with respect.