Sermons by Vernon Martin
Vernon continues our series on making disciples. Looking at Psalm 24 we look at how Jesus secured our relationship with God and make us pure so we can freely approach God and find the fullness of life in him. We are challenged to keep asserting ourselves that we are holy in Christ and therefore can keep coming to God every day; growing closer to him – the outworking of which affects the whole of our lives in powerful ways.
As we start our series on ‘Being a Disciple’ Vernon kicks us off from Luke 14:25-35 where Jesus tell us we have to hate those around us to be His follower. The meaning of this statement profoundly affects the way we live and walk with God – we are called to lay down our lives for Jesus so we need to count the cost.
Vernon shares from the book of Acts on an inconvenient truth that means we need to think about how we are living our lives.
Vernon speaks on how the resurrection of Christ is parallelled in our own lives; Jesus is our COMPLETENESS, He is ENOUGH and He is STRONG than anything we will ever face.
Vernon shares the purpose and power of the shed blood of Jesus in our lives.
Are you a true worshipper? Vernon explains three key aspects of being true worshippers; receiving from God in our lives, loving and living church, and having hearts that keep on ‘singing’.