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.
Looking at the account of David and Goliath, we see that David’s faith grew in everyday situations, that it was an authentic and considered faith and that it was for the long-term. Discover things about David’s family and Goliath that you may not have considered before.
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.
Joshua was a man who saw life through God’s perspective, looking at the possibilities not the hindrances, even in his old age. The Biblical account reflects this as the historical accounts point to God and God’s activity, we could do well follow such a lifestyle example.
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.
People were made to praise God. Using the Christmas story in Luke, this sermon sees a process from receiving a revelation from God to lifting up our voices in praise. It is practical and realistic and highlights spiritual principles which the Christian can live out.
Based on the account in Matthew 9, where a lady with a long-standing health problem reached out in faith to receive healing from Jesus, this sermon encourages people to keep persisting and not giving up, but reaching out to God for a miracle solution to long-standing problems. There are a couple of outstanding testimonies of…
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.
In Christ, the believer is seated in the heavenlies with a new perspective, authority and potential – as we grasp this, it will affect the way we live.
This sermon uses Ephesians 1:3 to show how we have been redeemed and how Jesus Christ is our Redeemer. It shows how a price has been paid for the believer to have true freedom.