Contributing sermons since Jul 2, 2014
Contributed on Jun 15, 2018
God wants you and I to pray and there will be a shaking out of everything God has not planted in our lives, families, church, nation and world at large. Such a shaking can’t happen if we are not filled with the Holy Spirit.
GOD’S PROMISE TO HELP US In Isaiah 41:10-13, God promises to help us. From this passage, we see that the help God promises to give us comes in three ways: • When we are WEAK – there will certainly be times of weakness. But God promises to help us by strengthening us at such times. • When we ...read more
Contributed on Jun 13, 2018
A sermon that highlights 5 Pitfalls of Life and Ministry
Luke 19:11-26 is a very instructive Bible passage. In this passage, a king who represents our Lord and King of Glory gave ten minas to three servants. While two of the servants went and put the money they received to use, one of the servants did nothing with the money he received from the king. ...read more
Contributed on Jun 5, 2018
When God tells you to go and work in His vineyard, He is telling you less of self more of God’s needs. He is telling you get out of your comfort zone, go and reach out to others, go and minister to others.
In Matthew 21:28-31, Jesus told an interesting parable on Christian service and the kind of attitude to service that pleases Him. A father approached two of his sons and told each son to go and work today in the vineyard. In other words, go and occupy for me in my vineyard. Same assignment, same ...read more
Contributed on May 19, 2018
The breath of life is key to occupying effectively for the Lord. Once you have the breath of life on the inside of you, you are the one God is depending on to occupy for Him.
The Bible is very intentional about the things that are mentioned in scripture and the things God’s word is silent about. For instance in Luke 19:11-26, in the parable of the king who entrusted money to his servants and told them to occupy with what he had given them until he returned, nothing is ...read more
Contributed on Apr 27, 2018
Prayer is not a mere routine or ritual. Prayer is actually a spiritual confrontation with the kingdom of darkness. When we pray, we are wrestling; we are engaging in a fight, a battle or warfare with forces and powers of darkness.
Introduction In Luke 19:13, the King of Glory gave us a guideline to follow until Christ returns. This verse tells us what to engage in or spend our time on until we meet with the Lord. We are told to occupy till Jesus comes, to put what God has given us to work, to make profitable divine ...read more