Sermon: Keep Your Relationship Aglow

Good morning. Keep Your Relationship Aglow– SONG OF SOLOMON 5:9-16 John was driving home late one night when he saw a stranded traveller. He had compassion on him and offered him a ride. As they rode along, he became suspicious that his passenger had stolen his wallet. Immediately, he applied the brakes, ordered the man out of the car and said, “Hand over the wallet immediately!” Confused and frightened, the man handed over a billfold to him. John drove off quickly without checking what was handed to him. When he…

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Sermon: Nothing Impossible

Good morning. Nothing Impossible-2 KINGS 4:38-44 If you are facing an impossible situation without any means of escape, you need absolute trust in God for a way out. He can do exceeding abundantly above all that you ask or think of Him. In our text, when Elisha returned to Gilgal, there was a serious famine in the land. A group of the sons of prophets visited him and he had to entertain them, so he asked his servant to prepare a meal for them. However, as ingredients were gathered in…

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Sermon: Barriers of fulfilment – must Read. 

Ephesians 2:10 God has a purpose for you and a mission for your life. Destiny Formula = H + I + M = D H= History — your personal history / biography that gives you unique insights and connections. I= Identity –your gifts, your passions M= Ministry –the good works God designed you for D= Destiny Destiny Defined: Your destiny is the sovereign purpose for which you have been created, that when fulfilled brings God the greatest glory, brings you the greatest joy, and most significantly,advances the Kingdom of God…

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Sermon: Total Victory Assured

JOSHUA 10:38-43 Our text today narrated Israel’s conquest over their enemies in battles. The nation captured Debir and its nearby villages, destroying everything, just as they had done with Hebron and Libnah. Joshua captured other towns and in each place he captured, he would kill the king and everyone else as God commanded him. He wiped out towns from Kadesh-Ba ea to Gaza, everywhere in the region of Goshen, and as far north as Gibeon.   God purposely commanded the Israelites to destroy their enemies because He knew that those…

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Read And Enjoy Sermon: Illuminating The World

TEXT: NUMBERS 8:1-4 Today’s reading precedes the Lord’s commandment to Moses, His servant, to separate the Levites for special service to Him. The four verses come before those that describe the purification and consecration of the Levites who were appointed to help the priests in the ministry of worship. This unique call symbolizes the godly separation that ought to characterize the life of a true believer in Christ. People called out of sin must live holy life that reflect the new nature after their encounter with the Lord. Before service…

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Sermon: Watch Over That White Linen

TEXT: ECCLESIASTES 10:1-7 I t is a common saying among a tribal people of the West African coast that “he that is arrayed in a white apparel should be careful to avoid walking in miry, dusty roads lest he has mud splashed upon him and his clothe be stained, and spoils his parade.” A little stain of sin could spoil and distort the testimony of good living established over many years. Our text emphasizes how sin can destroy the testimony of the righteous. It is wisdom on the part of…

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Sermon: It Is Your Choice!

TEXT: PROVERBS 13:18-25 People miss their best in life because they deliberately choose to turn deaf ears to instructions. The text says it all; that God has not destined anyone to be rich or poor. He has set out clear principles in His word to guide us to get the best in life. If we choose to obey these instructions, then we will enjoy life. But if we ignore them and choose to go our own way, we are responsible for whatever we get. It is however not uncommon to…

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Sermon: Nothing But Repentance

TEXT: MATTHEW 3:1-5 John the Baptist was a fiery preacher of repentance and righteous living. The gospels also record that when our Lord started His ministry, He preached that people should repent of their sins and become citizens of the kingdom of God which was near (Matthew 4:17; Mark 1:15; Luke 4:8; John 1:43). Repentance on the part of every sinner is crucial to obtaining the forgiveness of God. It is the basic message every child of God must preach to friends, relations and neighbours. Repentance, the condition for salvation,…

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Sermon: Cry Aloud

LUKE 18:31-43 In her song, “Mercy Said No,” Cece Winans captured the determination of a desperate heart: “Mercy said no, I’m not going to let you go; I’m not going to let you slip away; you don’t have to be afraid; Mercy said no; sin will never take control; life and death stood face to face; darkness tried to steal my heart away; thank you Jesus, mercy said no.Indeed the mercy of God has always availed for those who believe in the power of God to do all things. The…

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Sermon: Jesus, Our Refuge

Marie Monsen, a Norwegian missionary, who served in China in the 1950s, testified how angels of God protected Christians in that country. According to her, when the heat to exterminate was high, they took refuge in the mission compound. The Chinese soldiers later surrounded the compound, but the Christians were astonished to find that they were left in peace.  A few days later the hostile soldiers explained, quite frankly, that they were ready to break down the flimsy wall, but they were surprised to notice tall soldiers with shining faces…

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