Sermons on Genesis
Brother Anozie talks about how God has a plan for every human being. He has given rights to the unborn. From the scriptures we can see that God has a plan for everyone, from the unborn baby, for the toddler, for the young child growing up, for the school child, for the university undergraduate, for the newly married, for the middle aged, for the senior citizens, for those who are close to the end of their lives. The Gospel is…
There is a new season in the church! Are you ready to ENLARGE the place of your tent, STRETCH your tent curtains wide, no holding back, LENGTHEN your cords, STRENGTHEN your stakes!
Neville takes us through the scriptures describing Zachariah (the father of John the Baptist) and the common fears that Christians have. He then discusses what serving God without fear looks like. Would you like to serve God without fear?
This is a time to endure. Endurance and perseverance – difference. Paul talks about running a long race.
Jesus was dead – buried – raised to life – ascended to heaven and sat down at the right hand of the Father. How does this relate to the Christian – when Paul is praying that our eyes might be opened to know this power?
We see that God originally had significant plan for every human being, that this was forfeited at the Fall and then restored by the Servant King, Jesus. This mainly focuses on passages in Genesis and some Old Testament prophesies.
From start to end the Bible shows God’s heart of the love for every people group in the world. God wants to bless, for people to know His name, to come to Him and worship.
This sermon examines a passage about Hagar and Sarah in Galatians Chapter 4 and goes on to get us to think about the things that stop us walking closely with the Lord. We need to get rid of them!
We see characteristics of Christian faith as we look at the account of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22. Faith, revelation go hand in hand with obedience which leads to far-reaching blessing.