Sermons on Disappointment
Believers in Action series – What does it mean to be church together? As Dave unpacks the rest of Acts 1 we see how vital each individual is, to live and serve effectively as church. You are a vital part of His church today.
You were designed for intimacy with God, for deep relationship with Him. You were designed to hear Him and to know Him, to trust Him and be trusted by Him. His desire for intimacy with his children is undiminished and He wants to go deeper with you. The audio sermon includes words of knowledge given during the meeting
Rob Davey (Jubilee Church Solihull) brings us a powerful message of how God is going to take us beyond simply waiting for something to happen, taking us on to taking action and seeing God move as we do.
Learn from the warriors who have won battles with God throughout the bible. In the battle warriors get wounded but we can learn to heal up quickly, get back up and make a difference for Jesus. As Graham shows us what it means to be a warrior we discover how prophesy drives us forwards, that God is always working our battles for good, so we can rejoice in our amazing God.
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.
We react to news in many different ways – news can be amazing or very troubling. Here as we come to the completion of our journey through the book of Luke; we find the disciples are troubled and doubting what’s going on, they hadn’t realised just what an amazing thing was unfolding. Jesus appears and speaks straight into their fear – as He speaks straight into yours today. Fear and confusion is turned into confidence, worship and renewed lives.
We all experience burnout at some point in our journey of life and today we look at a man who really knew what that meant. Elijah, the bible says, was a man just like you and me; so when we see how God’s grace worked for him in his burnout and disappointment, we can see how God wants to refresh and recommission you today.