Jesus makes us new creations. How does that work? What does that mean?
Are we supposed to fear God or love him? Is he terrifying or loving? Can he be both?
How you respond to the pressures of this world will determine how you finish. In this sermon we look at the life of Paul and how he encourages us that when pressure and affliction come the power of God can be released in your life.
What happens when we die? How do we know? What hope is there?
Paul begins to describe how we, as ministers of the New Covenant, should conduct ourselves. Christians are called to cast aside their former wigh of life and hold to truth as we should also expect that the Enemy will try to cloud the truth as he has clouded the minds of unbelievers.
Paul is emphatic that the glory to which we now participate in is greater now in the New Covenant than it was in the Old Covenant. He illustrates this with the story of Moses, who upon receiving the Law, was physically radiating the Spirit of the Lord. The Israelites feared to look upon him and […]
The word glory is used often in the Bible, but what exactly does it mean? In this sermon we explore the dense and weighty idea of glory – and we look at how God’s glory actually has power to change us.
How does God change us? 2 Corinthians 3 tells us that he “writes on our hearts” – God changes us by changing our hearts through faith. As we believe in God, we are changed.
We make life so much about us and our happiness but the bible teaches pretty plainly to get over ourselves and surrender all to Jesus and make much of Him and his glory this is where true freedom lies and where real breakthrough begins.
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