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.
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.
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!
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.
Using the story of Lazarus being raised from the dead, the message uses testimony to encourage, inspire and challenge us to both recognise the voice of Jesus and then, begin to raise our expectations of what He can then do.
Solomon built the temple that his father David had dreamed about and the glory of God filled it. Then Solomon prayed an amazing prayer in front of all the people ( 2 Kings 6:10-42 ). We see two foundations to prayer, namely God’s promises and His forgiveness and then some specific things to pray about.…
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.
In the final part of our series on Ephesians we look at the Armour of God which is found in Ephesians 6:10-24. Armour is a garment worn in battle and represents spiritual warfare. (Ephesians 6:12). We are soldiers in an army in a battle but we are fully equipped! We have nothing to fear but…