Sermons on Choice

Sermons on Choice

Decisions Determine Destiny

In the book of Ruth two people made decisions that determined their history. Consequences can determine the rest of your life. On a desert road two women made a decision, one produced a destiny and the other one went into obscurity.

I am the Vine

In this short sermon we are encouraged to deny ourselves and make decisions for Jesus in order to bear fruit for God.

Investing in People

We see that Jesus placed great value on people. But then we examine the Parable in Luke 19:11-27 which shows that we are to invest what God has given us into people that do not yet follow Jesus.

Decisions Determine Destiny

From the first few verses from the Book of Ruth we see that people made wrong decisions that determined their destiny. Are you at a point of making a decision that might take you away from God’s perfect place of provision. Have a listen before you make that decision.

Destined for Blackpool – Jason Heron

Jason and Lynda Heron were radically saved in this church almost 30 years ago and now pastor a 450 strong church in Northampton. You will be blessed and inspired by their testimony and a great pearl of wisdom at the end.

Don’t be Complacent

Using the account of the lame man who laid by the Pool of Bethesda for 38 years, Stephen suggests that he might have become comfortable with what he knew and his current situation – hence the reason that Jesus asked him if he wanted to get better. Christians are warned to avoid complacency if they are to fulfil God’s purposes in their lives.

Stand Out from the Crowd

When the twelve men went to spy out the promised land, ten saw the problems and only two saw the possibilities. The ten went on to persuade the people that the task was too difficult (Numbers 13). The two, Joshua and Caleb, had to stand out from the crowd and ultimately they were the ones to inherit the promised land. If you want to inherit what God has got for you, at some point you will need stop going along…

Can I Make God Happy

Can we make God happy? This is a question that is examined, with a starting foundation that as God’s children and totally forgiven, nothing can make God love us more or love us less. However, there are things that we can do to please Him and in fact we are encouraged to find out what pleases Him (Ephesians 5:10). The woman in Mark 14:1-9 did a beautiful thing for Jesus when she anointed Him with expensive perfume. Do you want to please…