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Text: Genesis 32:1-31
‘Lord bless me!’ The prayer of every Christian. Do you know that God has already blessed you? Yes, but you live a hopeless life because of your own shortcomings. God promised you many good things just like he did to Jacob, but nothing seems to work.
Well, I have a good news and a bad news. The good news is still there is hope. The bad news is it’s going to be tough. God says that you need to be broken, so that you become matured enough to use his blessings wisely. The outcome is based on the fact how you react? Therefore let me challenge you. Let God to break you. Why? Let me give you 3 reasons?
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Text: Genesis 18:16-19
Every born again Christian should pray for sinners. We were saved so that others will come to know the saving power of Jesus Christ thorough our prayer. Let’s see what can we learn from Abraham’s prayer?
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The 2nd chapter of Hebrews, apostle Paul’s epistle to Jews, warns them not to be ignorant of what they have heard. He urgently calls his readers to pay careful attention. Today 2000 years later I want to urge you to pay close attention to what you have heard me speaking in the past. Now the question is what have we heard?
Let us see,
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Text: Acts 2:1-4
In a New Year’s Eve watch night service on December 31, 1900 a group of 40 Bible school students gathered in Topeka, Kansas to pray for God to fill them with the Holy Spirit as He did in the book of Acts. Dissatisfied with the powerless Christianity they had seen, they had concluded that there was no reason that God would not fill believers today in the same way He had done in the first century.
They were not disappointed; shortly after midnight on January 1, 1901 Agnes Ozman became the first person in the 20th century to be filled with the Holy Spirit and speak in tongues. Today, Pentecostalism has swept the globe and is the largest branch of Protestantism in the world. Why?
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Note: This sermon was updated on 07th February 2011
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A. In the heart of every man and woman there’s a desire for greatness.
B. The dictionary defines the term “greatness” as “of high rank, official position, or social standing. Ex: a great noble.”
B. The world’s criteria for measuring greatness: title, wealth, skills, intellect, achievements etc.
C. Unfortunately this is how some Christians measure greatness.
D. The Bible has a different criteria called “The mind or the attitude of Christ”
E. This is the key to greatness in God’s kingdom.
E. In today’s sermon lets find out more about the Christ like mind.
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