Sermons

Summary: See how vital you are to the Kingdom of God (Thy Kingdom come thy will be done depends on YOU)

  Study Tools
  Study Tools

I’m here tonight not just to preach but to prophesy, and I prophesy that tonight is a night of deliverance (bondages are going to be broken, captives are going to be loosed, prisoners are going to go free)

Tonight is your night (satans power is breaking off your life for good)

Jesus says to his disciples: Go into town and when you see the colt tied up (loose him) and bring him to me.

I am one of his disciples tonight and God sent me here to loose you tonight

I am not here to entertain you or be entertained (I’m on assignment) I’m on a mission to destroy the works of the devil.

1Jn 3:8 For this purpose the son of God was manifested that he might destroy the works of the devil.

Satan is a trespasser he has no rights or authority over your life, everything satan holds, he holds illegally.

Jesus said: Loose him and bring him to me

Then Jesus tells them: Expect opposition, expect resistance, expect confrontation, in other words (expect a fight).

The devil never surrenders without a fight.

But the point is: When the master commands you to be loosed, nothing can hold you, no devil is big enough to keep you bound.

Jesus said here’s the reason you are loosing the colt (I need him) The master needs you.

I don’t care where you’ve been or what you’ve done, (You may have shot up or snorted a line in the parking lot, you may be sitting here high right now) you may be a fornicator, a liar, an adulterer, a homosexual or a lesbian, but the bottom line is Jesus needs you, he wants you.

We are all x somethings: We were all bound by sin and satan at one time and Jesus set us free.

In this house are x drug addicts, x liars, x thieves, x fornicators, x alcoholics, x porno addicts but Jesus came and set us free.

If you came here bound today (you can leave free) Jesus will set you free

I came to tell you tonight: You are valuable and you are vital to the plan and purpose of God.

That’s the message of the gospel: God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth on him should not perish but have everlasting life (Jhn 3:16)

Every single soul is valuable and vital to God

Tell your neighbor: You are valuable

Now tell them: You are vital

You are precious, you are important, you are special.

God paid the highest price that could be payed, when he gave his own son to redeem us back to himself.

You are vital

Vital: urgently needed, indispensable, essential, absolutely necessary, crucial, critical.

Your body cannot live without blood, without a liver, without kidneys, without lungs, without a heart.

You are just as vital to God is blood is to your body, as lungs, as a liver, as your heart is to your body.

You are indispensable to God.

*We have heard it said many times: God doesn’t need me, but I sure need him.

*God can make it without me but I sure can’t make it without him.

*God can do it without me, but I can’t do anything without him.

*God is awesome, but I’m nothing

*God is all powerful, but I’m week and helpless, and powerless.

I know this sounds very humble and spiritual and self denying and God exalting, but the truth is (it’s not biblical)

In fact it is actually opposite of what the bible teaches.

What this mind set does is separate us from God, It puts God and his power and his anointing outside of us.

It puts God way up in heaven with all his power and glory sitting on a big throne surrounded by angels and cherubims and seraphims, and us way down here on earth (weak and lowly, barely getting by, with one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel, just hoping to getting a touch every now and then just to make it over the next mountain.

It may sound spiritual and it may sound humble, but it’s not biblical

*My bible tells me that my body is the temple of the HolyGhost

*My bible tells me that God dwells in me 1 Co 3:16 1 Jn 4:15

In fact my bible tells me that God lives in me and walks in me 2 Co 6:16

He doesn’t just call me up, or text me or e-mail me, (he doesn’t just drop by to visit every now and then, but he is a permanent resident).

He walks through my feet

He touches through my hands

He speaks through my lips

When I show up (God shows up)

When I get there (God is there)

Download Sermon With PRO View On One Page With PRO
Browse All Media

Related Media


Banner Over Me
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template
Bible Study
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template
Life Of A Beggar
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template
Talk about it...

Nobody has commented yet. Be the first!

Join the discussion