One side we see people enjoying their lives in sinful pleasures who don't seek God and on the other side we see multitudes living in sorrow, pain and agony who need God every moment. This has been the mystery of the ages. Read the rest of this entry »
Are you tired of weeping in the night? Your morning is already coming. Experience the joy of the morning by doing the following.
1. Be found in the presence of the Lord
2. Be filled with the Holy Spirit
3. Be joyful in the day of the Lord
4. Be delighted in the Book of the Law
God is calling the church to shepherd the flock. The kind of shepherd God is looking for is according to John Ch.10 where Jesus portrayed himself as the true Shepherd, the Good Shepherd and the Shepherd who knows His sheep. We learned the following truths about shepherd from John 10. Read the rest of this entry »
We never bother to take time to understand the heart of God. Lack of many good earthly fathers make us to reject the love and care of our heavenly Father.
We captured the heart of God through "The parable of the prodigal son" or "The Parable of the Lost Son" as recorded in Luke 15:11-32. Read the rest of this entry »
We were taught on the topic of "Knowing Your Call" in a very practical way. We categorized the call of God into three major types/levels. Called to Save, Called to Serve and Called to Leave. Listen to the sermon to know more on these calls and to know how to recognize His call.
We ended this sermon with the practical questions. "God is calling us to save, serve & leave. Are we ready?" Read the rest of this entry »
We understood that "our situation doesn't matter" from the life of Daniel.
For a child of God, when you are in the middle of an adverse situation, your situation doesn't matter for you. Because you are in God's hands. We structed our sermon as below.
1. Your Situation Doesn't Matter for You
a. Daniel Was Trapped (Daniel 6:4-9)
b. Situation Did not Change Daniel (Daniel 6:10-12) Read the rest of this entry »
In Jonah Ch.4, he was upset, angry and went out of the city to isolated himself. He was further upset and angry when the shelter that he made and the shade that God had given were taken out of him. In those moments of frustration and disappointment, God works in our lives to show what kind of people are we and what kind of God we serve. Read the rest of this entry »
The Apostle James is giving guidelines on how to plan for our future in James 4:13-16. We are totally incapable of planning for our future as this life is passing and we don't know what is going to happen tomorrow. James is advising us not to predict tomorrow, instead we ought to say that I don't know my tomorrow and I am totally depending on God. Read the rest of this entry »
Job lost just about everything; his sheep, his oxen, his camels, his servants, and all of his sons and daughters – His wife said, “Curse God and die”. Even God has not responded in any way to Job’s demand for answers. But Job is still asking and searching; maybe because if he stops, then he’ll have nothing left to live for. All along, his cry was "If only I knew where to find God, I would go to his court and plead my case, but I don't find him anywhere". Read the rest of this entry »
The uniqueness of Christ is not the miracles He performed or still performs, the uniqueness of Christ is the atonement that He made for our sins by paying the penalty of our sins and making us stand before God justified. Read the rest of this entry »