Sermon Series
  • 1. Poor In Spirit

    Contributed on Dec 24, 2006
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    What do you mean by becoming poor in spirit? First in a series of sermons on the Beatitudes.

    Introduction: People all around the world are searching for blessings in their lives regardless of their religion. The source of all blessing is God. True blessings come from the True God. If you received the Lord Jesus Christ into your heart, then you are eligible to receive the true blessings. ...read more

  • 2. Those Who Mourn

    Contributed on Dec 25, 2006
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    If mourning brings us closer to the presence of God Almighty, then let it come, for the sweetness of His presence is infinitely greater than the bitterness of our mourning.

    Scripture portion: Matthew 5:4 - “BLESSED ARE THOSE WHO MOURN, FOR THEY SHALL BE COMFORTED” If we don’t understand the true meaning of the above words, we would be surprised after reading them. How can anyone become blessed when they mourn?! These are confusing words to those who are not born ...read more

  • 3. Inheritance Of The Meek

    Contributed on Dec 26, 2006
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    Deep inside the hearts of those who are truly meek in the sight of God will the following words be echoing continuously: “Lord, I am not worthy”.

    Scripture portion: Matthew 5:5 - “BLESSED ARE THE MEEK: FOR THEY SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH” In the previous chapters we meditated upon being poor in spirit, and mourning. If we think seriously about being poor in spirit and mourning, we can find that they speak to us about the method of salvation ...read more

  • 4. The Real Need

    Contributed on Dec 26, 2006
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    Now, travel into the deepest place: Your spirit. If you are a really born-again person, there you will find your spirit crying out loudly: “I am hungry and thirsty. I am hungry and thirsty for Jesus. Oh Jesus! Please fill me....

    Scripture portion: Matthew 5:6 - “BLESSED ARE THEY THAT DO HUNGER AND THIRST AFTER RIGHTEOUSNESS: FOR THEY SHALL BE FILLED” Introduction: In the previous chapter, we have been introduced to the two qualities which a newly born-again believer should possess. The first quality is meekness and the ...read more

  • 5. Beauty Of Mercy

    Contributed on Dec 26, 2006
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    Do not be under the misconception that when the Holy Spirit comes, you will be filled automatically with the mercy of God. No, it is not a magic!

    Scripture portion: Matthew 5:7- “BLESSED ARE THE MERCIFUL: FOR THEY SHALL OBTAIN MERCY” Introduction: In Matthew 5:3 and 5:4, we saw how a man can get saved and in the next two verses i.e. in verses 5 and 6, we saw the two qualities which accompany a saved person. But, the Lord is also talking ...read more

  • 6. You Can See God

    Contributed on Dec 26, 2006
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    But now, because of Jesus, his heart is crying out loudly without ceasing, “Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty”. This was and is and will be the first encounter of any human being in this world with the true God of Holiness.

    Scripture portion: Matthew 5:8- “BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART: FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD” Introduction: In the previous chapter, we have seen that mercy and holiness are the two qualities which prepare us for our ministry. We meditated deeply about being filled with mercy. We also learned that ...read more

  • 7. Peace Makers

    Contributed on Dec 26, 2006
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    God is looking for volunteers who are willing to serve Him. He will not force any one to serve Him. He does not like people who are required to be promised of blessing before they can serve Him

    Introduction: Now we are entering into the next step of our spiritual lives. This step tells us about our ministry for the Kingdom of God. If you jump on to this step directly without taking the previous steps, you cannot stand there for long. Your ministry (whatever kind it may be), will never be ...read more

  • 8. Privilege Of Being Persecuted

    Contributed on Dec 26, 2006
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    The meaning of “for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven” in Matthew 5:3 is that they will enter into the Kingdom of Heaven. But the meaning of the same words in Matthew 5:10 is that they will rule in the Kingdom of Heaven along with Lord Jesus.

    Scripture portion: Matthew 5:10-12 “BLESSED ARE THEY WHICH ARE PERSECUTED FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS SAKE: FOR THEIRS IS THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN. BLESSED ARE YE WHEN MEN SHALL REVILE YOU, AND PERSECUTE YOU, AND SHALL SAY ALL MANNER OF EVIL AGAINST YOU FALSELY, FOR MY SAKE. REJOICE AND BE EXCEEDING GLAD: FOR ...read more