Contributing sermons since Mar 14, 2016
Contributed on Aug 19, 2017
The enemy of exceptionality is ordinary. But often times, the pressure to fit in only leaves us with ordinary. Ordinary people never go beyond the common denominator. This is the story of how thanksgiving distinguished a leper, making him exceptional.
This is the story of how thanksgiving and gratitude can make you exceptional in the midst of ordinary. It is the story of the ten lepers who Jesus healed on His long and arduous journey to Jerusalem. It is critical to note the writer of this scriptural narrative, the timing of the event and ...read more
Contributed on Mar 16, 2016
With the God-kind of faith in our hearts, we can move any and every insurmountable obstacle in our way.
Zechariah 4:7 “Who art thou, O great mountain? before Zerubbabel thou shalt become a plain: and he shall bring forth the headstone thereof with shoutings, crying, Grace, grace unto it." In my sermon "This One's On God", we looked at the preceding verse (vs.6) of our text, we saw how God ...read more
Contributed on Mar 15, 2016
As potent as humans are, our potency is quite limited. There are challenges in our lives that we are impotent to handle, we must recognize this, and instead of give up, just learn to let go and let God.
Casting Your Cares On The Lord Zechariah 4:6 "Then he answered and spake unto me, saying, This is the word of the LORD unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the LORD of hosts.” Every now and then we all come under pressure – the pressure ...read more
Contributed on Mar 14, 2016
Prayer is communion with God, without it our spirit's ability to "transact" or communicate in the realm of the spirit is bankrupt. The more effective and fervently we prayer, the more we refuel, rekindle and empower our spirit for effective living.
“The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man makes power available.” - James 5:16b If you have a mobile phone, chances are, you’re familiar with the statement "recharge your account balance". This is the information we receive when we have run out or are running low on ...read more