Sermon Take Away: “WOMEN OF GOD”

Esther 4; Genesis 2:21-24; Exodus 20:13; Luke 10:38-42 History records the struggles that women had to overcome to defend her role in the church. Under their leadership and spiritual calling, many people have been saved and remain in the faith of Jesus Christ. March is declared as Women’s History month. It is an annual event to highlight the many achievements and history of women. The church has taken the opportunity to highlight just a few faithful women in the bible and what their lives continue to do for many women of God today. Evangelist Porter spoke of being bold like … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: “WOMEN OF GOD”

Sermon Take Away “I Surrender”

II Corinthians 12:9 Praise God for his wondrous unconditional love given in the life of his son Jesus Christ.   We could never repay him for becoming the sacrificial lamb for the sins of the world.  But one thing that we can do is to surrender our life to him.  He gave his perfect life for our sinful life. The Apostle Paul dealt with many issues that we have today.  He experienced them in the lives of the church and  and he wrote epistles to encourage them in the faith.  He had a thorn that he requested for God to remove.  … Continue reading Sermon Take Away “I Surrender”

Sermon Take Away: He Hears You

Scripture: I John 5:13,14; Matthew 7:7; I Peter 3:12 Thank God for Jesus. He is worthy of continuous praise: for he is God. In Jesus, we are saved from sins and given the gift of eternal life. We are inspires to keep them in the depths of our hearts. In addition to praises, we are a praying people. We pray all the time. It is our way to express honor and the need of God. Prayer is in response to faith that he hears you. David remembered that God hears him. His love and devotion to God kept him in … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: He Hears You

Sermon Take Away: God Will Take Care of You

Scripture: II Peter 5:7-9 ; Hebrews 11 Every day his Spirit reminds us that we not alone. Our faith is directed to God, who is omnipotent, all powerful. He graciously loves us. Through daily personal challenges and the concerns of world events, there remains with us an all-powerful spiritual confidence that he will take care of us. The death of Jesus is so significantly powerful. He took on the burden of sins, trouble and the such. He made our every need and concern his. In turn, we open our hearts to receive his everlasting love. It is prayer that keeps … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: God Will Take Care of You