Based on Numbers 13 and 14 we see that having the correct perspective with regard to change allows us to enter into the promises of God. Let’s be a people that focuses on the promises rather than the obstacles.
Today we looked at how the Lord works ‘suddenly’ in our life. It looks at Zechariah, Mary and the shepherds and then makes some very practical observations about how to deal with various things that can happen suddenly in our lives.
This talk, very practically, looks at how words can change your life. Have a listen.
The key to bearing fruit in our lives as Christians is to walk with the Spirit and not according to the flesh. In order to start this new way of living you must be born again of the Spirit and also it is absolutely vital not to resist, grieve or quench the Holy Spirit. Then…
The Bible is absolutely amazing, not least because it contains the words of Jesus, but it is only of value if we read it. In fact, this sermon highlights how essential it is for Christians to read the Bible if they want to grow in their Christian walk.
In Matthew 13 Jesus tells the parable of the sower and the seed. This sermon gives us some spiritual principles behind evangelism. The Word of God is life-changing!
From a God-given vision (in Isaiah 61 ) and a ‘no strings attached’ reaching out of love to the community, Steve and Yvonne Yates and their church in Bootle, Merseyside, have seen their area transformed and at the same time their church grow. You will be inspired and challenged as you listen to their story…
In this talk we hear some great testimonies of how Gideon’s scriptures have transformed lives. Also we see from the Gospel of John, how God has got a ‘nevertheless’ for you in the middle of impossible situations.
Looking at Matthew 7:24-29 we examine the transforming power of hearing and obeying the words of Jesus. First we need to have the foundation of being born again and then we see how the word transforms us. One section of this sermon examines ‘effective filters’ which are things that’s stop us hearing Jesus’ word.