Sermons on Believing
Siju then encouraged us to speak in faith about our situations, that Jesus has paid the price for our sins and sicknesses and we need to keep declaring over our lives these prophetic promises. We are more than conquerors says Paul in Romans 8:37, that nothing can separate us from God’s love through Christ – as he is truly victorious.
In response to Peter’s explanation of the coming of the Holy Spirit – the people are cut to the heart and ask the apostles “Brothers what shall we do?” Peter’s answer comes in a four piece package, like four legs of a stool. 1. Repent (turning our lives back to God) 2. Believe (have faith) in the name of Jesus 3. Be baptised in water 4. Be baptised in the Holy Spirit. As we read through Acts we’ll see these…
We welcome back Jonathan Kent to stir us onward into Spirit filled radical Christian lives, as we discover what this looks like in Acts 2. Need to get shaken up and refreshed in your walk with God? Been too comfortable for too long? Let the Spirit move you afresh today as you listen. Acts 2. Jude 1.
As we celebrate International Day at Jubilee Church Wirral, Dave speaks about Abraham, the Father of Nations, who had to believe in God even when he could not see the promise. He walked in faith and trust in what God said and he was called the Friend of God and Father of Many Nations.
The Holy Spirit is moving and loves to fill our lives whenever we ask. Ginny helps us open up to the more of the Holy Spirit in our lives, our expectation to see revival break into the normal run of life increases…
Jesus tells us again and again to ask, ask, ask and believe as we do. As we dig into John 15 we discover why asking is so important in a faith filled relationship with God.
Jesus said to them ” Come and have breakfast.” Now none the disciples dared ask him. “Who are you?” They knew it was the Lord. (John 21:12) Robin asked us this question on Sunday and challenged us to follow Jesus. The disciples had gone back to Galilee to wait for Jesus and had decided to do some fishing. They fish through the night and catch nothing until a stranger on the beach tells them to cast their net on the…
Over the last few weeks we have been looking at what it means to believe in Jesus, and what an amazing thing He has done for us. Today we are asking the BIG question – what am I going to do about it? Warning this could change the rest of your life!
Chris kicks off a new series on Pursuing the Miraculous this week with ‘Miracle Mandate’. We haven’t been saved to live ordinary lives, but extraordinary! We are following in the footsteps of Jesus with His power working through us, but what does that look like in your life? And are you prepared to step up for God and live as a pioneer in your sphere of influence…
Just like sheep, we have gone astray! As we continue to discover how amazing Jesus’ good news for us is, Dave outlines what it means to be far from God, and how life changing it is therefore that God has brought us home to Him. To find out more what it means to become a Christian click here.
We are a people who are called to live for God, but we know the challenges we face means we need His grace and His power every day. Ewan powerfully speaks about what it means to live for God come what may, he shares his story of how God has carried him and enabled him to keep walking when all he wanted to do was run, bringing him through to complete healing.
The love of God is far greater than tongue or pen can ever tell; it goes beyond the highest star,and reaches to the lowest hell. In this message, Micheal passionately explains what the Love of God is and how to embrace the gift of love in the person of Jesus Christ.
Denis powerfully shares his story of pursuing God and finding God. He challenges us to step out from simply going through the motions and start running after God with all our hearts. Dennis Goldsworthy-Davis has been blessed to travel extensively throughout the world ministering both apostolically and prophetically to the body of Christ. Wherever Dennis travels he operates within a strong governmental prophetic office and frequently sees the Presence of God and the Spirit of Revival break out upon the…
We welcome Ginny back to Jubilee with an amazing story of God’s healing power in her life. This is a great story to raise your expectation of God’s goodness breaking out in your own life to bring healing. If you have any stories of God doing some healing in your life over the week, please let us know and we’d love to find out what God has done to encourage other.
As we continue in our series on Ephesians; Paul writing to the Church is thankful for their ongoing faith but He also wants God to open the eyes of their hearts to see all that they have in the Lord Jesus. The same is true for us – be thankful be encouraged and be blessed – you are rich in God’s grace. Dave Frodsham speaks from Ephesians 1.
Ewan speaks from Ezekiel 37 – the valley of dry bones. Can God really do what seems impossible? Indeed, God will bring to life what’s dead. Through this powerful passage God speaks to us about seemingly impossible situations in our lives and in the lives of others – those very same situations are not impossible to our God, so we walk forwards with expectation.