Sermon Take Away: Ray of Hope

Scriptures: Lamentation 3:22-23; John 19:29-30; Revelation 5:11-14 “It is of the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” Lamentation 3:22-23 It is a great assurance to know that God knows everything. To know that everything that happens, happens for a reason. This is why we have hope in God. Hope is when you have a positive vision of what is to come and this leads to faith. Faith is when you know and believe in your heart God will make that vision come to pass. The book of … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Ray of Hope

Sermon Take Away: What Lack I?

Scriptures: Matthew 19:16-22, Mark 10:21-22, Psalm 19:7, Ephesians 2:8-9 When you accept Jesus Christ into your life, you enter a spiritual journey with a hopeful destination of eternal life. But this journey is not an easy one. Remember that saying “Once saved, always saved?” Well, this is an incorrect saying because every day we believers must draw closer to God so we do not fall or be led astray of the Word. The only way we can seek spiritual renewal and change in ourselves, we must ask Jesus daily, What Lack I? What do I lack or need more of … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: What Lack I?

Sermon Take Away: A Debt Paid in Full

Scriptures: Genesis 3:15, Isaiah 53:5-12 Our Heavenly Father, God Almighty, had prepared and made a way for the world to be saved from the enemy Satan. That way is through his son Jesus Christ. God loves us so much, he did not want his creation to perish but to seek him and draw closer to him. Jesus Christ was prophesied in the Old Testament to be the Messiah who would come and redeem the world of sin and to defeat the power of death. In Isaiah, Jesus is described to be the holiest person sent from heaven to endure betrayal, … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: A Debt Paid in Full

Sermon Take Away: “Claim and Believe”

Scriptures: John 3:16; Hebrews 11:6; Daniel 4; John 6:47 Claim is to state that someone or something belongs to you. To believe comes from within that something is true. When it comes to God’s word we must claim and believe. The word of God tells us everything we need. How to live, how to love, how to treat others. Most of all about salvation. God claims everything, rightfully. Throughout the scriptures, he tells us that he is the Creator of all and everything belongs to him. By our breathe he claims us. Everyday we live by his mercies alone. He … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: “Claim and Believe”

Sermon Take Away: Tradition Vs. Truth

Scriptures: Matthew 5, John 8:31-31, Galatians 3:24, John 14:5-6 The Holy Bible is very important to believers in Jesus Christ. See, the Bible is our B.I.B.L.E (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth). Everything we need to know is in the Bible. From what we should eat, how we should dress, how to be saved, how to increase our faith, how the world, man, and creatures were created, to even how the world will end. All of your questions can be answered in the Word of God. When it comes to the traditions of the world today such as holidays, we must … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Tradition Vs. Truth

Sermon Take Away: Patience in Trouble

Scriptures: Revelation 14:12, Exodus 20, Matthew 5:17-20, Matthew 22:36-40, Roman’s 10:13-15 In Revelation 14:12, Jesus is telling us that there will be a time when the people of God and followers of Jesus will be persecuted, shamed, and questioned because of their faith. There will be a time when we won’t be able to come together to worship because the spotlight will be on us. So we must have patience in the time of trouble. So what is patience? Patience is to endore and to hold fast to your prayers and faith that Jesus will answer. The saints mentioned in … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Patience in Trouble

Sermon Take Away: For Your Time is At Hand

Scriptures: Ecclesiastics 3:1-11, Revelation 1:3, Psalm 24:, Luke 21:19 For this Sabbath message, Pastor Tylvia E. Koromah spoke about time. We are living on borrowed time. God is in control but he gave us the gift of choice to choose how we spend this time. God gives us mercies every single day when we wake in the morning. But it’s up to you how you use your time. Every day we can ask God for help. Help in our spiritual life, for enlightenment, for guidance, and for anything our hearts desire. But God wants us to be saved and cling … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: For Your Time is At Hand

Sermon Take Away: Promises in Trouble

Scriptures: John 14:1-4, 16-18, 27, John 12:30-32, John 13:20-30 This sabbath’s message came from Promises in Trouble by Pastor Tylvia E. Koromah. When we go through problems and confusions we must remember God gave us promises. The Word says Jesus promised to prepare a place for us when he returns to heaven. Everyone will have a mansion and the gift or immortality. He promised that he will die and go to heaven to be our mediator until his return. He also promised that he will return with all his awesome power to gather his saints. Jesus promised to give us … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Promises in Trouble

Sermon Take Away: I Cried

Scripture: Mark 10:46-52 Today’s message urges you to take time to cry out to Jesus like Bartimaeus did. This kind of cry does not involve shedding tears but pouring out your soul to God. Tell him what you need and ask him for help or deliverance. You must believe in the power of Jesus and the power of prayer. Jesus will answer and step in right on time. Those surrounding Jesus were telling Bartimaeus to be silent as he cried out to Jesus but the Word says Jesus stood still and summoned him over. When you are at your lowest … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: I Cried

Sermon Take Away: Prayer Changes Things

Scripture: Acts 12: 4-19 Today’s sermon focused on prayer and the power of prayer. When you pray, it does change things. When you believe in the power of God, he has the control of making things happen in your life. We all have different levels of faith but it’s okay especially when we place all our trust in Jesus. We pray to ask God for something, or to seek his help and guidance, or just to tell him thank you. Praying is an important way to communicate with our mighty God. Remember God wants to dwell with us physically and … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Prayer Changes Things

Sermon Take Away: Faith of What Kind Part 1

Scriptures: Hebrews 11:1-6, 39-40, Genesis 4:1-4, Luke 21:1-4, Romans 12:1,2, Matthew 22:37, Genesis 6:6, 5:21-24, Ephesians 4:22-24, 5:1-2 In today’s Word of God we touched on faith and what defines faith. The Word says “Faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen.” Hope is the vision we have for the future and our own futures, but faith is the belief that our vision will come to pass. That it will happen in the name and the power of Jesus Christ. In order to have faith we must believe in God, the Son, and the … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Faith of What Kind Part 1

Sermon Take Away: A Matter of Worship

Scriptures: Daniel 3: 14-30, Exodus 20:2-5, 8-11, Revelation 13:14-17 In today’s sermon we focused on worship. Who we are to worship? Why and how? The Word says there is one Lord, one Faith, and one Baptism. There is only one God in heaven we are to give our undivided worship and praise to. Through the acknowledgment and acceptance of Jesus Christ and his sacrifice to redeem us of our sins, we give God what he is due. Our worship. We worship God because he is our creator, our deliverer, the beginning and end of the world, and he is almighty … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: A Matter of Worship

Sermon Take Away: Living to Live Again

Scriptures: John 21:25, Luke 12:13, Proverbs 12:5, Ecclesiastics 12:7, Revelation 22:14-21 Today’s message was Living to Live Again. An encouragement for believers in Jesus Christ to prepare themselves and their souls for the coming of Jesus and eternal life. When Jesus ministered on Earth, there were many things he had done that wasn’t mentioned in the Bible. But it is good to know that what God gave us in the Bible is exactly what we need. God wants us to know that he is still in charge of everything. If we don’t accept the gift of salvation we will die … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Living to Live Again

Sermon Take Away: God is On The Throne

Scripture: Revelation 4:1-11 Our message today comes from the book of prophecies given by God to Apostle John the Revelator on the Isle of Patmos. The enemy had tried to shut up John in prison, but God still used this situation to give him what we know as today as Revelation. God had revealed himself to John in a great vision to show us today that even right now in the midst of a viral pandemic, God is still on the Throne. He has not gone anywhere nor has he forsaken us. While we go through trials, uncertainties, discouragement, worry, … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: God is On The Throne

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: 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