Sermon Take Away: I Must Tell Jesus

Scripture: Luke 18:1-14 In Jesus Christ, we have so much freedom and opportunities to reach the throne of our heavenly Father. “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” In Christ, we understand the need to pray. Our prayer life is extremely important. Prayer is when we exercise our faith that we trust in God. Prayer is when we acknowledge that God is supreme. He is above all things. I must tell Jesus. There should always be an urgency to pray. When we pray, there is a willingness to take everything to him. We need … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: I Must Tell Jesus

Sermon Take Away: God Is Your Peace

Scripture: John 16:33; Psalm 34:14; Numbers 6:22-27 What does peace do to our mind and body? It is a feeling of contentment. Deep down you know that everything and everyone will be okay. It is something that we ask for everyday. The word of God is peace. It is given to guide us to peace that we will trust in God. His peace is obtainable. We all need peace. There will be less trouble, hatred and all things that are contrary to the love of God and Christ. Activities such as yoga and exercise do not give peace. Peace is … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: God Is Your Peace

Sermon Take Away: Look and Live

Scripture: Luke 19:1-10; Exodus 22:1 “And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me.” While on the cross, many had their eyes on Jesus. Many had heard about his authoritative teachings in the temple. That he had kept company will the poor and the sick, people that were rejected by the higher class people. Jesus had a divine mission to fulfill. To seek and save that which was lost. When we Look & Live, we see Jesus in all his power and glory. In him, there is forgiveness of sins and the gift … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Look and Live

Sermon Take Away: Make a Way to See Christ

Scripture: Luke 19:1-10; Exodus 22:1 Jesus Christ came to seek and save that which is lost. In this scripture, he was passing through Jericho. In his travels from city to city, he taught, healed and encouraged many people. His name and his miraculous works were spoken of throughout the regions. “And Jesus returned in the power of the Spirit into Galilee: and there went out a fame of him through all the region round about.”(Luke 4:14) There was a man named Zaccheus. He was a publican, short in stature. He wanted to see Jesus for himself and could not because … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Make a Way to See Christ

Sermon Take Away: Something About the Name of Jesus

Scripture: Acts 3:1-10 The magnitude of God’s love came in the person of Jesus Christ. Man needed an everlasting redemption to have eternal peace, love, and joy in the splendor of heaven. The sacrificial systems that were established in the Old Testament were sanction for that time. But our omniscient God had a much better plan for man. The life of Christ remans one of the most interesting and inspiring stories. How can one man save the whole world? Only by the power of his Father. The same Father, who created all things. Jesus was born, he was crucified and … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Something About the Name of Jesus

Sermon Take Away: The Greatest Friend In the World Is Jesus Christ

Scripture: Hebrews 13:8 When God sent Jesus Christ, he gave us his all. One message remains a constant throughout the lives of God’s people, God wants to be us. The death and resurrection of Jesus has made it possible for us to accepts and believe in salvation. It is in salvation that we build a lasting relationship with God and Christ.. The greatest friend in the world is Jesus Christ. He is one friend that all can share. He does not discriminate, favor, or deny. The invitation to accept him is one’s choice. But to deny him, is to deny … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: The Greatest Friend In the World Is Jesus Christ

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: 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: 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: 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

Philippians 2:9-11…

“Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.”- Philippians 2:9-11, KJV The Path of Righteousness Church in Christ has a Twitter Account: PathtoJesus1 Follow Us and Be Blessed! Continue reading Philippians 2:9-11…

QA: Why does God give Man the Ability to Choose? Can a Man Choose his own Destiny of Eternal Life or Damnation?

  God gives man the ability to choose because he is God. He is love and his very nature is not one of force. He wants us to choose wisely, while asking for his divine guidance. Yes, man chooses his … Continue reading QA: Why does God give Man the Ability to Choose? Can a Man Choose his own Destiny of Eternal Life or Damnation?