Praise the Lord. God is Good. We are going to start by going before the Lord this morning and pray that God bless you and meet you at the point of your need, and that rather than speak according to my thinking I would speak according to the word of God.
It’s a beautiful, wonderful weather this morning.
We have been looking at Hebrews 13.8, talking, thinking and praying in this scripture “Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, and today and forever.” We shall be examining what your attitude and mine should be to an unchanging God in an ever-changing world- a world of change. Read More
TEXT : 3 JOHN 1 vs 2.
Divine healing is good but you will agree with me that living in divine health is better.
The Bible records that our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit 1 Cor 6 vs 19 – 20. If that is true and we know that everything about God or His Spirit is perfect and Holy, then it will dawn on us that His perfect will about our wellbeing is to perpetually live in divine health.
He created everything that means He is the manufacturer of all things including all the parts of our bodies, so if by any reason any part is not functioning as it should be, He has the ability to completely replace that part.
The man was created perfectly because we are created in God’s own image. Genesis 1 vs 26 – 27. Read More
Text: John 8 vs 36, Exodus 5 vs 1 – 19.
Liberty can be defined according to Cambridge English dictionary as Freedom to live as you wish or go where you want.
And according to the free dictionary .com as Condition of being free from captivity, confinement, servitude or forced labour.
It is the power to do as one pleases, freedom from physical restraint, freedom from arbitrary or despotic (tyrannical) control, the positive enjoyment of various social, political or economic right and privileges and the power of choice.
Bondage is the opposite of Liberty as we are all aware. Read More
Having looked at the secrets/keys to continuous rejoicing and what can hinder Christians from continuing in this joy, we felt compelled to also look at this joy with respect to our Christian race.
We should be reminded of how and when this joy begins in a believer. Acts 16:34 and Ps 51:12 tell us that the beginning of this joy is at salvation which God gives everyone that has seen the light of the gospel.
What is the joy about? Actually, it is joy unspeakable! You have this hope of eternal life, freedom from all bondages, an assurance of the future, rest from your labour and eternal glory. It is this hope and promise of the weight of eternal glory God has prepared for us that produces joy in a believer (Rom. 12:12; 15:13). Read More