In Psalm 27 David expresses his desire to dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of his life. Why? Because that is where we behold the glory of God that carries us to live victoriously through the week!
God doesn’t want you to float around without aim. He has a vision and purpose for your life! Vision gives direction and discipline. It compels us to action. In this message Past. Norman refreshes our memory of the church’s year theme: ‘Larger than life grace – good tidings, comfort, manifestation.’ To download direct to device, […]
Christ in us is the hope of glory. In this message we see four aspects of Jesus as depicted in the gospels. This not only gives us revelation of Him, but also of the qualities He’s placed in us.
God ordained the Holy Communion not as a ritual to be observed, but a blessing to be received. The bread and the cup represents the greatest expression of God’s love for us: what Jesus Christ accomplished on the cross.
As children of God we are the righteousness of God in Christ. And the righteous is supposed to reign in life. Why do many Christians then still struggle? In this message we follow the story of Abraham and Lot to explore how someone can be righteous but defeated.
Jesus Christ is not intimidated by your storm. It is not about the storm. It is about who is in the boat with you. Who do we trust? Our Saviour, or ourselves? Be encouraged to place your hope in the Lord and live a supernatural, fruitful life despite the seasons of this world.
If Jesus Christ is not at the centre of our endeavours it will all depend on our own efforts. Then we have a load we were not meant to carry. In this message we gain three principles out of Psalm 1 that will lead us on a path to a destination of God’s blessing.
We are blessed to be a blessing. As we embrace God’s goodness and let that overflow to others, we reflect His generous nature to them . And He continually provides for generous people.
God’s heart is to see us live and multiply. He wants us to thrive and take possession of the good land by His power. We dig into Deuternomy 8:1-18 and look at three different ‘lands’ a person can be in and how to reach the land of more than enough.