Sermon Notes: You can’t attend a Wedding Feast in Workout Clothes

A closeup photograph showing a man wearing a beige-colored bow tie.


Although I am not a British person living in Great Britain, on April 29th, 2011, I had the opportunity to watch the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Kate Middleton, his beloved bride, thanks to modern technology. It was an extravagant wedding where numerous luxury brands were represented. The women wore dresses designed by expensive brands like Dior, Gucci, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton, while the men showed off their prestigious Rolex and Omega wristwatches. Now, allow me to provide you with some interesting facts about Royal Weddings.

Sermon Notes: The Wedding Feast You can’t RSVP

A closeup photo of a table laid out for a wedding feast.


The royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer held at St. Paul’s Cathedral on July 29, 1981, was famously known as “The Wedding of the Century.” This title was primarily due to the extravagant and lavish atmosphere that permeated the entire event. The wedding was broadcast in 74 countries and captured the attention of 750 million viewers worldwide. In the United Kingdom, the day was even declared a national holiday to allow more people to witness the occasion. A staggering number of over 600,000 spectators filled the streets of London, hoping to catch a glimpse of the royal couple.

Sermon Notes: The Exorcism of a Gerasene Demoniac

A photo of a statue resembling an angel holding a cross in a cemetery. The exorcism of the Gerasene demoniac happened in a burial site.


I have witnessed many exorcisms during my ministry of over twenty-five years, but none have been as horrifying as the exorcism described in the gospel of Matthew chapter 8 and repeated by Mark in chapter 5, and finally by Luke in chapter 8. It surpasses the terror of movies like The Exorcist, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, or any novel by Stephen King. It is far more terrifying than any other exorcism mentioned in the Bible. This is because it provides the most detailed account of a person possessed by demons.

Sermon Notes: Three Incredible Children in the Bible

A young girl is dressed in a superhero mask and cape, and she's holding a wand.


My sermon title today, inspired by “The Incredibles,” focuses on the real-life superhero children who walked the earth. Unlike the fictional characters in the movie, they didn’t wear masks or capes, nor did they have superpowers like invisibility or super speed. Instead, their powers were faith, compassion, and obedience. It is through their unwavering commitment to these virtues that they were able to make a profound impact on the world around them.

Sermon Notes: 5 Strong Women in the Life of Moses

A Photo of a Woman wearing a white halter dress and Floral Tiara at the Beach


Speaking of strong women, world history has seen several. Margaret Thatcher was one strong woman who earned the nickname the Iron Lady because of her uncompromising politics and leadership style. Golda Meyer is known for her famous words “Send forth the Boys!” approving the operation “Wrath of God”. I personally like Chandrika Bandaranayake Kumaratunga for the outstanding principles and the intellect she displayed as a stateswoman even during the civil war. These names are just a few but there are many others.

Never-Changing God in the Ever-Changing World

Close-Up Shot of a Yellow Alarm Clock on a Purple Surface


A blessed new year to all of you. By no stretch of the imagination, the past two years have been an easy time. The pandemic has forever changed our world and yet here we are gathered to thank God for the brand-new year. Many have speculated the year 2022 will turn out to be a better year while others are not sure. It’s a “Hope for the best but prepare for the worst” scenario. If you ask me, I am clueless, but remain hopeful. Here’s why?

Sermon Notes: Hope to Cope

Hope to Cope this Christmas


When I was an 18-year-old boy I saw a song on MTV that claimed my heart and mind. It was so beautiful I wanted to listen to it again and again very badly. Unfortunately, however, there was no YouTube or Spotify at that time. You had to purchase the Audio CD which I couldn’t afford. Still, I was so obsessed with the song that I bought a pirated copy for a fraction of the price after combing the black market. “Hope” is the name of that song and the artist is known as Shaggy.

Sermon Notes: Murder in the Pews

Sermon Notes: Abortion in the Church Murder in the Pews


I decided to title this message “Murder in the Pews” owing to three disturbing trends in the church. Number one is that abortion is becoming prevalent in the church as much as it is in the world. Studies show four in ten women who have an abortion are churchgoers. Number two is churchgoers justifying abortion on various grounds. Number three is the false teachings in the church justifying the decriminalization of abortion and expansion of the circumstances in which a woman can obtain the procedure.

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