It is very true that whatever a person does will surely come back to them. This principal is found in this story today. Evil done by a person will be repaid by another. Our text today serves us notice about the lust of the flesh and the pride of life. It reveals just how powerful sin really is, and what it can make a person do who fails to live by Gods Holy Word....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: Itâ€™s clear from our journey through the book of Acts that the Holy Spirit is at work drawing people, saving people and using people to do His work in the earth. This book is all about what God was doing in His own Great Commission Plan. I am happy about this because it reveals to me that the work of evangelism and discipleship is the work of the S...Keep Reading
Introduction: Itâ€™s clear from our journey through the book of Acts that the Holy Spirit is at work drawing people, saving people and using people to do His work in the earth. This book is all about what God was doing in His own Great Commission Plan. I am happy about this because it reveals to me that the work of evangelism and discipleship is the work of t...Keep Reading
Introduction: Sometimes I am amazed at the level of suffering that God allows His people to endure and live with. Itâ€™s hard to get my head around why a good and Loving God doesnâ€™t just remove the suffering of His people. Sometimes I wish He would not allow good people to endure horrible things. Sometimes I desire to rid the world of suffering and hea...Keep Reading
Background: When Saul was changed his motives changed. Saul use to persecute Christians, now he preaches Jesus. Saul use to behave in a sinful way, now he is witness for Christ. The one he spoke against, he now speaks for. The one he was in opposition too, he now supports. ...Keep Reading
Introduction: At the time of this text ministry has taken off for the church of Jesus Christ. The saints have been scattered across Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria and into the utter-most parts of the earth. God was on the move. He was also saving unlikely candidates and calling them into this service. Saul the Christian killer had just been apprehended by God, while on ...Keep Reading
Introduction: When it comes to worshipping God, this passage today gives us a great picture to look at. There is no greater text in all of the New Testament to express the passion of worship. This family located in Bethany is a good example for the church looking to be true worshippers in the same house! Every now and then we meet somebody in scripture who has had an e...Keep Reading
Introduction: Every child of God that has ever been born again has gone from being one thing to being something else. The child of God has an old story and a new story that has been assigned to them. The day that they say yes to Jesus Christ, is the day that they have evidence of being a new creation in Christ. When we have proof of being born again, there is evid...Keep Reading
Introduction: Persecution was alive and well in the first century church. The church was scattered to Samaria, Judea and to further Parts of the earth. Havoc was spreading rapidly. God had raised up a man named Saul to use for his purpose. One of the most unlikely candidates for salvation is found in this story today. He is a murderer, an enemy of the church, and...Keep Reading
Introduction: The work of the Kingdom was now on the move! The Samaritans had received the gospel and the church of Samaria was born. Peter and John had come and proclaimed the good news and have witnessed to the work that Phillip had begun. The bible says that they (all 3 of them) went through all of Samaria proclaiming the good news. And then, a new assignment came...Keep Reading