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.
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.
This sermon starts to look at the fact that a foundational belief and hope for the Christian is to be resurrected. This belief is founded in scripture, a personal experience of being born-again and also in the actual resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.
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.
This sermon focuses mainly on 1 Corinthians 12 and examines the list of gifts, the context for their inclusion and a challenge to believers to accept their own responsibility to seek the gifts so that they can fulfil their role in the Body of Christ.
In 2 Chronicles 20 of King Jehoshaphat prayed ‘We don’t know what to do, but our eyes are on you’. When we don’t know what to do in a particular situation, it is good to turn our eyes from the situation and say to God that we don’t know what to do. Then we are…
Following a testimony from Kay Walker, Julie Green speaks about prophecy. The sermon starts at 3.00 minutes. Acts 2:17-18 17 In the last days, God says, I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your young men will see visions, your old men will dream dreams. 18 Even…