Sermon Take Away: A Not Now Moment

Scripture: I Samuel Chapter 1 In the inspired word of God, we learn so much about the remarkable lives of his people who trusted in him. Even during times of uncertainty or disappointments, the one constant factor remained that their God had the power in their lives. We experience a no response from time to time when we make a our request from God. In I Samuel chapter one, there was a devoted woman name Hannah who did not give up on her much wanted request. Hannah was one of two wives of Elkanah. She was not able to conceive … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: A Not Now Moment

Sermon Take Away: From the Cross to Calvary

Scripture: Matthew 16:24-26; Mark 15:21; Luke 23:42; Matthew 27:54 The cross is an immediate reminder of death. For Christians, it is an emblem of the suffering of Christ. It is an emblem of how we desperately we needed Christ to reconcile us to our heavenly Father. The cross is used in reference to bearing burdens. The weight of the cross that Christ carried was heavy. Yet, the symbolic gesture of the cross indicates the burden of the world that Christ did carry. But his suffering was not done in vain. When he reached Calvary, which is also called Golgotha, it … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: From the Cross to Calvary

Sermon Take Away: That I May Know Him

Scripture: Philippians 3:10 What does it mean to know Jesus? To know Jesus is to build and to have a strong relationship with him. To search and to study the Word of God so you could apply it to yourself. To place your whole trust in God to be your provider, your deliverer, your healer, your friend, your guide, and whatever you need Him to be in your life. To know Jesus is to know his desires for you and to know how much he loves you. God loves us so much that he gave his son Jesus Christ to … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: That I May Know Him

Sermon Take Away: Stay Encouraged in the Lord

Scripture: 1 Peter 5:8, Psalm 121, Hebrews 13:5, 2 Timothy 1:7, Isaiah 41:10, John 14:1 Today we are facing a global pandemic on the top of the rise of violence, hardships in our lives, in our health, in our families, and even in our jobs. There are so many factors that play a role to discourage us, make us lose hope and a sense of dignity, and to forget we can be happy in a time of trouble. The one to blame for this is known as the adversary, the devil. The devil wants to break your spirit so you … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Stay Encouraged in the Lord

Sermon Take Away: To God Be The Glory

Scripture: Luke 23:39-46; Philippians 2:9 ♬To God Be the Glory♬ is a very thoughtful song. Glory is profound praise and thanksgiving for his goodness and righteous. His mercies and grace to us are simply magnificent. While singing the song, my thoughts centered on how do we give God glory, when glory is the reflection of God. We give Him glory when we accept and acknowledge the best gift given to humanity, Jesus Christ. It is through Christ that we are made a peace with God. God in all of infinite wisdom knew our need for an everlasting, permanent foundation to … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: To God Be The Glory

Sermon Takeaway: A Fruitful Spirit (John 14:6, Galatians 5:22)

The Holy Spirit is a person in the Spirit. He is Jesus Christ in the Spirit. He co-exist with the Father and the Son. He is to be acknowledged for the works which he does in the life of believers. Jesus was the teacher, guide and comforter for the people during his life on earth. Jesus represented the presence of God. His power channeled through the life of Christ to empower him to teach the word with authority and to heal many of divers diseases, sicknesses and evil spirits. Where there was doubt about Jesus, his reply was ” or … Continue reading Sermon Takeaway: A Fruitful Spirit (John 14:6, Galatians 5:22)

TWO NEW Sabbath School Lessons!

Both written by Pastor Tylvia E. Koromah – Sabbath School Lessons NEW!- The Christians Source of Power Jesus used parables to convey a spiritual teaching.  A parable is a short story that teaches a moral or spiritual lesson.  The parable of the vine and the branches teaches us how dependent we must be in Christ.(John 15:1-8)… NEW!- The Sabbath: God’s Sign of Faith The Sabbath is made of time.  It is observed the seventh-day of the week, sunset to sunset.  God is worthy of all adoration. While we spend time during the week in study and prayer, this commandment directs … Continue reading TWO NEW Sabbath School Lessons!

The Lord is my Shield

                         What is the True definition of Shield? If you want to talk about Shield in noun form, it is a broad piece of metal or another suitable material, held by straps or a handle attached on one side, used as a protection against blows or missiles. If you want to talk about it in verb form, it means to protect (someone or something) from a danger, risk, or unpleasant experience. Today we depend on different people or things in order to get through our daily lives. For instance, a child would depend on its parents to be their protector … Continue reading The Lord is my Shield