We see that Jesus deals with every repentant person in a gentle way. We see from Hebrews 4 that He is able to understand and empathise with our temptations and our struggles to obey God, because He has walked along that path and succeeded.
In order to bear much fruit we must abide in Jesus. Part of this is letting His words richly be part of our lives. If we let this happen, we will see our prayers being increasingly effective.
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 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.
In this short sermon we are encouraged to deny ourselves and make decisions for Jesus in order to bear fruit for God.
We see that God longs to pour out His Holy Spirit on the believer. This will radically change our lives.
Guest speaker Robert Tatum from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association speaks from Mark chapter 2 and gives 3 simple pointers to attractive Christianity.
2 Corinthians 1 shows us that God is a God who can be relied on and that we as Christians can be people that others can rely on.
This sermon uses 2 Corinthians 4 to challenge us to lay down our comfort to serve a bigger purpose.
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!