We see that Jesus is the only way to be saved.
Jesus reveals that He is the ‘Bread of Life’. If you want satisfaction in life, then Jesus is the place to go!
A sermon asking the question – ‘Do you know Him?’ as opposed to ‘Do you know about Him?’. It highlights some of the characteristics of people that know God and encourages us all to get to know an amazing God.
Carrying on with the story of David and Goliath, we review what David was putting his faith in – namely the name of God and that God would fight for him and also we see the importance of declaring God’s name and victory out loud.
We see that out of a lifestyle of worship and service David developed a heart and then lifestyle which was determined that God would be honoured. 1 Samuel 17 and the confrontation between David and Goliath is our starting point. We learn some core things about identity and having a heart to serve God.
David’s epitaph was that God considered him to be a man after His own heart. This sermon encourages us to be like David and be a worshipper above everything else – the rest of our Christian lives will flow out of that.
In our family service we looked at ‘I am’ sayings of Jesus – the children have been studying these in Sunday school. The question is asked – ‘what do you think about what Jesus said about Himself?’!
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.
using Romans 6:23 as a launchpad we see that eternal life is available as a free gift for everyone who believes. It isn’t automatic. We see that eternal life is ultimately about a relationship with a Heavenly Father but also is something that will see us clear before God’s throne when we die and face…
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