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?
In my desperate search for direction from God in this situation the Holy Spirit led me to the story of Jonathan and his armor bearer where I learned a couple of practical principles that every leader should know if they want to lead in times of crisis. Lets see how a young warrior called Jonathan lead through a time of crisis?
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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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The previous episode of this series was about God’s grace and its influence on sinners. In today’s post we are going to see what it does in the believer.
Grace and sanctification
Jesus answered, “Those who have had a bath need only to wash their feet; their whole body is clean. And you are clean…, John 13:10 (NIV)
What Jesus meant here was everyone who believe in him need occasional correction though they are free from sin as a whole. Jesus was referring to the doctrine of sanctification.
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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, Potiphar’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). Click here to read the rest of, Sermon: Moving with God’s plan
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. Click here to read the rest of, Sermon: The unfaithful servant