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Sermons on Transformation

The Spirit of Purity

The Spirit of Purity  —  The believers of the early New Testament Church were devoted to teaching, fellowship, and prayer. They understood their identity as Children of God and lived as new creatures with new lives and power. If we want to experience true spiritual growth and freedom, we need to understand what it means…

Wrapped Up

Wrapped Up  —  Featuring Christmas dramatic presentation “Wrapped Up”. Jesus is the gift to the world, and the world doesn’t recognize what is truly available in Him. He is so good to us. He is a guide, a healer, and a counselor. There is no limit to the wholeness He brings. He puts us together,…

Content and Generous

Content and Generous – As citizens of heaven, we are to desire the things of heaven to be brought to the earth. This mentality should affect our conduct, thoughts, prayers, priorities, and decisions. Seasons of need are an invitation to come and experience the inner contentment of Jesus through intimacy with Him. During these seasons…

Citizens of Heaven – Part 3

Citizens of Heaven – Part 3  –  This section is Paul’s final thoughts for helping the Philippian Church focus on the most important areas of their faith. I can think of many other important concepts that Paul could have chosen to mention. However, he was inspired by the Holy Spirit to leave the Church with…

Citizens of Heaven – Part 2

Citizens of Heaven – Part II  –  This section is Paul’s final thoughts for helping the Philippian Church focus on the most important areas of their faith. I can think of many other important concepts that Paul could have chosen to mention. However, he was inspired by the Holy Spirit to leave the Church with…

Citizens of Heaven – Part 1

Citizens of Heaven  –  This section is Paul’s final thoughts for helping the Philippian Church focus on the most important areas of their faith. I can think of many other important concepts that Paul could have chosen to mention. However, he was inspired by the Holy Spirit to leave the Church with the following list,…

The Sufferings of Christ

The Sufferings of Christ    –  Christ’s death was an investment into others’ healing, deliverance, and salvation. We were called to partner in His suffering. This kind of suffering denies our carnal desires and positions us for right-living. In other words, the pursuit of God’s desires is synchronous with the laying down of our own carnal…

Self-confident or God-confident?

God, let us draw close to You; as You long to draw close to us. Holy Spirit, teach us follow Your leading, guard our hearts so that we do not criticize or judge others. Jesus, may we follow Your example in always seeking the Father’s will and not doing things on our own.

The Blessing of Others

The Blessing of Others – Often the believers who face or have faced difficult challenges tend to have experiential revelation of God’s provision, peace, and sacrificial love. Yet these are often the people the Church marginalizes. When we show preference for certain types of people, we risk missing out on the blessing of their strengths…