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Sermon: Biblical perspectives on water baptism

Sermon: Biblical perspectives on water baptism

Introduction

Some form of water baptism is almost universally practiced in all religions. It is not distinctively Christian, although Jesus adopted it as a way of His followers’ identifying with Christianity. It has come to be more commonly identified with Christianity, some even believing it to be synonymous with salvation. But, just how important is water baptism? Let’s take a walk through scripture to see:

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Sermon: Leading in times of crisis

Leading through crisis

Introduction

This month could be called a very difficult time in the history of our church. We are walking under a fresh wave of persecution that erupted on the 3rd of this month.  Persecution is definitely not something pleasant. Yet I am glad that God permitted me to walk through it and in this sermon I am going to tell you why?

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Sermon: Healing the paralytic at Bethesda

Sermon: Healing the paralytic at Bethesda

Introduction

Although a thorough exegesis of this chapter can reveal many biblical truths, I want to pay attention to just one. This chapter reveals 3 reasons as for why some people are not healed?

Some time ago I was speaking to a lady over the phone and offered to pray for her defected leg. This was her response in brief.

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Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God ~ Part II

Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God ~ Part II

Previously we learned the necessity for God’s grace and its role in the life of the repentant sinner. Today I will share with you it’s role in the life of the believer.

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Sermon: Moving with God’s plan

Sermon: Moving with God’s plan

Introduction

God’s purpose to raise the nation of Israel followed an amazing plan that involved three major nations called Hebrews, Egyptians and Canaanites and many individuals like Abraham, Joseph, his brothers, Epiphany’s wife, the Egyptian king’s cup bearer, the Pharaoh and his daughter, Moses and Aaron, Joshua and Caleb and Rahab the prostitute (to name a few).

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Sermon: The unfaithful Servant

Introduction

What information about this servant can we glean from the biblical account? What was his history, what was he like, what happened to him? What lessons can we learn from his story? In what ways do our lives parallel his? Let’s take this passage apart and find out what it says to us.

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Sermon: How to make good decisions?

Sermon: How to make good decisions?

Introduction

Someone said, “There are two sides to a sheet of flypaper, and it makes a big difference to the fly which side he chooses.” The decisions we make today will determine our tomorrow. In today’s sermon let me share with you six practical but biblical tips about making sound decisions and these will help you make the next big decision in your life.

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Sermon: Zacchaeus meets Jesus

Sermon: Zacchaeus meets Jesus

Introduction

I was born and raised in a small town named Nuwara Eliya, located in the hill country of Sri Lanka. It’s a very peaceful town surrounded by water falls, tea plantations, mountains and constantly touched by the mist. The British who lived here during colonial times fell in love with the beauty of Nuwara Eliya and gave it the name “Little England”. Even today the town is very popular for its beauty and the climate that it annually attracts at least 50,000 tourists (local and foreign).

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