The Galatian Christians were going back to their old way of life because they didn’t understand what they had been saved from when they put their faith in Jesus and how bad their situation had been. They also didn’t understand their new identity in Christ.
Using Genesis 1, Psalm 139 and Ephesians 1 we see that people in general are valuable, that as individuals are valuable and that God decided He wanted to forgive us and adopt us into a new family. I AM WONDERFUL!!
It is easy to lose sight of our true identity – this message encourages us to find our identity in Christ.
We see that meekness has a different meaning to what we normally think. It is an attitude of strength that is under control. There are great blessings attached as we allow God to work this characteristic in our lives.
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.
The expression ‘in Christ’ or variation of this is included at least 164 times in the New Testament letters, so it is something that is important to understand. This sermon is an introduction to a series which examines the benefits and implications of being ‘in Christ’. Are you ‘in Christ’, then discover the benefits. If…
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
This final talk in the series shows us that an authentic walk with the Holy Spirit gives us freedom to be ourselves as given by the grace of God. We need to be born again, learn to understand our position in Christ but also embrace our individuality. This is God’s plan for us.
A key to a successful Christian walk is found in looking in the right direction. A quick review of hands confirmed the statistic that about 30% of people have walked into a lamp post at some point in their life – probably because they were distracted! This sermon details five scriptural directions to look and…
In 1 Corinthians 15 verses 9-10 we see how Paul is contented with who he is by the grace of God and this leads to great fruitfulness. This sermon examines what makes up our identity and how God can bring it all into His perfect harmony so that we can be fulfilled and fruitful in…