Sermon Takeaway: The Whole Armor of God

(Ephesians 6:10-18; Hebrews 11:1;Matthew 21:22) This message is Part 2 of last week’s inspiring message. The whole armor of God is the protective attire for the believers to live in the faith of by the power that is in Jesus Christ. God in his infinite wisdom has prepared us to be ready for the spiritual warfare. Apostle Paul, as directed by the Holy Spirit, gave a very descriptive analogy of believers, identifying us as soldiers in the army of the Lord. We are to protect, defend and represent the name of God and his son Jesus Christ. We are equipped … Continue reading Sermon Takeaway: The Whole Armor of God

Sermon Take Away

The Whole Armor of God, Part I (Ephesians 6:10-15) Apostle Paul encouraged the Ephesian church to be strong in the Lord and in the power of his might. He used a very descriptive analogy of soldiers in the army of the Lord. The believer must have the knowledge of Christ to obtain power of God. The confession that Jesus Christ is his Savior puts him in position for a spiritual warfare. It is the will of Satan to attack the people of God, to destroy their very confidence of salvation in Christ. Upon acceptance of Christ as Savior, believers are … Continue reading Sermon Take Away

Sermon Take Away: Bless the Lord

Scripture: Psalm 103 Today we came from a psalm of King David that commands us to bless the Lord. Every day we should acknowledge God and make a proclamation about who God is. God is a good and loving god who knows all things. He is our provider, our protector, and a deliverer when we are in trials. We should remember to bless the Lord and tell him thank you for all his benefits. The Word breaks down those benefits as these: 1. God will forgive you of all your iniquities. Every time we sin and disobey God’s Law we … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Bless the Lord

Sermon Take Away: The Greatest Gift is Love

Scriptures: 1 Corinthians 13, Romans 8:35-39 Our message for today talked about the greatest gift we as people of God should have. Love. The Word of God tells us that you can have all the knowledge and understanding of the Bible and of Jesus, and have all the faith and believe in Jesus but if you do not have love, it profits you nothing. It is important that we have God’s love. Not the love defined in the world such as intimacy. We must seek God to cleanse our hearts and mold us to have his agape love. The purified … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: The Greatest Gift is Love

Sermon Take Away: I Am Is Here

Scripture: Exodus 3:11-15; 14:10-31; Revelation 22:3-4 We begin with God having a deep conversation with Moses from the fiery bush. God reminds us who he is by saying “I Am that I Am.” So while we are facing this pandemic we must remember that God sits on a high throne and that he is still in control of everything. We must continue to connect and commune with God every single day to keep us and shower us with his grace and mercy. We must acknowledge who God is to us and believe that he is in charge of our lives. … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: I Am Is Here

Sermon Takeaway: Rest Your Soul in the Lord

The scripture we came from for this sermon was Psalm 62. King David expressed a powerful prayer to the Lord, telling God how his soul waits on the Lord because he is his refuge, his rock, and his salvation. Our souls are very important to God. Our souls are made up of who we are as a person like our personalities, our opinions, and our spirits. When God created man he formed our bodies from the dirt of the Earth and breathed his spirit/breath into us, creating a living soul. It is important that we take care of our souls. … Continue reading Sermon Takeaway: Rest Your Soul in the Lord

Sermon Take Away

“Repentance” Psalm 51 Psalm 51 teaches the importance of repentance. In the bible, the people of God had very close relationships with him. There lives were not perfect and their relationships with God were written for our benefit. David prayed to the Lord for his mercies and his forgiveness for the erroneous sins which he had acknowledged. Repentance is having godly sorrow for sins and/or actions that are contrary to the Lord and making a change in behavior. It involves asking for forgiveness and a desire for a heart transformation. There must be an inward change of the heart. Believers … Continue reading Sermon Take Away

Sermon Message Take Away

“Respond don’t React” (Luke 18:18-27) A certain rich ruler asked Jesus, what shall he do to inherit eternal life? Jesus said to him you know the commandments: do not commit adultery, do not kill, do not steal, do not to lie and to honor father and mother. These are the last six commandments of God on how to love each other. The ruler loved God, but perhaps he lacked love for others. The ruler reacted and said he had kept these commandments from his youth up. What he needed to do was to take time to think about Jesus’s reply … Continue reading Sermon Message Take Away

Sermon Message Take Away

“More Than A Conqueror” (Romans 8:35-39) The Spirit of the Lord encourages us not to let anything separate us from the love of Christ. In time of tribulations, distress, persecutions, famine, nakedness, or sword, do not let any of those things separate us from the love of Christ. Nor shall death, life, angels, principalities, power, height, depth, things present, or things to come shall separate us from his love. Satan will try all of these types of extreme troubles to discourage us about salvation. But because you choose to trust that Jesus will take you through and you still give … Continue reading Sermon Message Take Away

Honor to Where Honor is Due

Gracefully she walks to the podium With her bible in her hand Her mind focused and ready Her heart strong and steady The Word implanted in her soul Like an eagle waiting to sore Standing at the altar Wearing the whole armor of God She feeds everyone the bread of life With Jesus as her guide (Continued…) Written by Sister LeQuita C. Harrison Please visit the rest of our website. God Bless You! Continue reading Honor to Where Honor is Due