Introduction: Have you ever really looked back over your life to examine just how God has prepared you for ministry? Have you ever taken the time to evaluate how you got to the place you are today, and what has made you the person you are in Christ? If not I would challenge you today to take some time and do the research, it might bless you to rediscover just how th...Keep Reading
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Introduction: New beginnings, as we get ready to head to South Africa, to serve thru A.B.I, I am excited to know that the same gospel that was preached over 2000 years ago, still works today. That same gospel that turned the world upside down in the first century is yet shaking global communities today with the power of the Holy spirit....
Introduction: It's the last year of Jesus earthly ministry, his very last four days before Calvary. Jesus is at the Mt. of Olives, His secret prayer grounds. It is from his secret place that He gives divine instructions to his disciples to do something that will elevate his name in the earth, and cause others to know him and praise his name. This text rings with the importance of next level ministry. It reveals how important it is to understand “another dimension in discipleship”… we should all be striving to have a heart of service and worship for our soon coming King. Inside of this passage we are going to see humanity worship Christ like they never had in the gospels before. My sermon aim this morning is that the New beginnings Church would understand what the Lord wants of us as we journey on earth and what the lord requires of us as we do life together in His Church. I have three points to share with you , and they are as follows: 1. The Disciples Assignment 2. The Disciples Ability 3. The Disciples Authority It's my prayer that we can glean from this text today as we head into holy week, and as we encounter our Savior, that our worship might be for real....
Introduction: Today’s text is a remarkable passage laden with the language of warfare. David has been called to be King of all of Israel, but within his kingdom he has a long-time enemy who has lodged themselves in a strategic location and who refuses to surrender any ground to the new king. ...
Introduction: I am happy today to look at this text with you family. It is a text that helps me to know that when God has made a promise to me, that he will keep his word. It’s a text that reassures me and establishes my trust in the Lord, no matter what my present situation may look like, feel like, and even presume to be....
Introduction: One of the greatest passages of scripture is found right here in our lesson today. It is the story of being handpicked by God to do a great work in the earth. We can learn many things from this lesson today, but the most important thing to remember is that God specializes in doing the impossible. This lesson is about God moving against all odds to do what he wants done in the earth. It’s also about God using that which is insignificant in the eyes of many, to accomplish his salvific plan for man in the universe....
Introduction We enter now into a study of the life of David, “the man after God’s own heart.” When we arrive here we have to look back and discern what’s gone wrong with King Saul. Saul had a chance to be Gods man as the king of Israel, but because of his disobedi-ence and unwillingness to trust God, the kingdom has been taken from him, and God has a new man fo...Keep Reading
Introduction: Have you ever been afraid of Fear? Has God ever called you to do something for him and Fear stopped you from obeying? Fear is a horrible enemy, and it is a major dilemma in the life of the child of God! Fear not only effects the non-believer but it also cripples the believer! Today we will examine Saul's life and what happened to his ministry when f...Keep Reading
Introduction: Today’s message is a bitter ...Keep Reading
Introduction: At the time of our text today, Israel wanted a king with an attitude. They wanted a leader who would throw-down with the kings in the region. They wanted somebody who would represent them on the battle field. Somebody who would handle their enemies if they ever got out of line. They wanted a tall king, a king with an edge to his walk, talk and postur...Keep Reading
Introduction Dr. Warren Wiersbe reflecting on chapter nine of first Samuel says “Jehovah God had been King of Israel and had cared for the nation since its beginning; but now the elders of the nation wanted a king to lead them.” According to this scholar “Their request was motivated by several factors: (l) Samuel’s sons were not godly and the elders feared that...Keep Reading
Introduction: At the time of this text Jehovah God had been King of Israel and had cared for the nation since its beginning; but now the elders of the nation wanted another king to lead them. They had decided to reject God! Their request was motivated by several factors: (l) Samuel’s sons as associate judges were not godly and the elders feared that they would lead ...Keep Reading
Introduction: When we come to this text today we come reflecting on what God is doing in the life of Israel. Last week we saw Him preparing them for revival and renewal. The country began to lament before God because of their sins, and twenty years has passed since their last attack by the Philistines. However, God was not through with Israel He yet desired something m...Keep Reading
Introduction: One of the greatest needs in the life of the believer, is the need to be revived. Sometimes as we journey with Christ every now and then, we tend to get carnal, lazy, comfortable, rebellious, hard to get along with and even disobedient. These seasons make us dull and over familiar with the things of God. When this happens what we need is revival. When r...Keep Reading
Introduction: As we come back to our text today we discover that God is on the move again. The philistines have gotten a glimpse of His power but they have refused to follow and make Him their God above all other Gods. They have experienced His calamity as a result of rejecting him, but have also determined that they want nothing to do with him. So they devised a plan ...Keep Reading