Sermons by Sylvia Billington
As Silvia shares from Jeremiah about the potter and the clay she took us to Isaiah 1:18 – that our sins though red like scarlet will be white as snow – pure and Holy. The call was to be willing to change and obedient to God.
Sylvia shares what it means to look to God, the mountain mover to bring breakthrough – and how we can activate this kind of faith through prayer and fasting. We are expectant that Jesus’ power will be breaking out as we press into all His has stored up for us during our week of prayer and fasting and beyond.
This challenging word from Sylvia teaches how we should choose to use our tongues to bless and not to curse. Looking at Luke 15 she tells the story of her own breakthrough in forgiveness and how we can find freedom though letting go of a grudge and choosing to not complain – being thankful.