John's great Baptismal message and call to salvation, that we are saved by Grace alone through the sacrifice of Christ, through salvation we lay aside our old self and our made new in Christ. We also hear the wonderful testimonies of our five candidates.
Guest speaker Chick Yuill, brings a refreshing look at the ‘Rich Fool', he warns against our lives revolving, and our happiness depending on our possessions. He also reminds us that ALL wealth comes from God. May we give generously, just as God blesses us
Martin challenges us to think through areas of our lives in which we say no to God, and encourage us to confess our sins to God, and as God's children we don't have to live in fear or condemnation, as He wants life for us through Him. Luke 12:8-12
Adam urges us not to be as the Pharisees, in their religiosity, thinking themselves above others, but rather we should reflect on the cross (Jesus), and the gift of salvation. He encourages us not to fear others, just remember only God's opinion matters.
John reminds us that salvation is not achieved through works, but by putting our trust in Jesus, encouraging us to put aside the ‘weights' of life, seek to be closer to Jesus, and to encourage and only correct other's in Christ like love. Luke 11:37-54
John brings the word from Luke 11:29-36, speaking on God's greatness above all others, and of His ultimate sign of greatness through His death and Resurrection, that we can come to Christ for freedom from sin, testing everything we do by Philippians 4:8
This week Martin speaks on the tough topic of demonic and evil warfare waged against us as Christians. He asks us to think on what may be stopping us from walking towards God and growing in the spirit, and to bring those issues to Christ. Luke 11:14-28
Our own Dawn Ellison bravely brings her powerful testimony of Salvation from her time dealing in paganism and the occult, with its many dangers before turning to Christ's saving Grace, restoring Light and hope back into her life. 1 Corinthians 10:20-21
This week John encourages us to boldly but reverently approach God persistently with prayers for our daily needs, others salvation, deliverance from temptation, and of our loved ones salvation, along with wanting more of the holy spirit. Luke 11:5-13
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