Sermons on God's power
Regeneration, Discipleship, and The Miraculous: Matthew speaks from Acts 3 and introduces us to a world where we actually walk in the full power of the Holy Spirit, and literally be Jesus to all around us and see His kingdom breaking in. Some questions to ask yourself: 1. Matthew asked, What on earth can Christians offer the world? 2. What do I understand by salvation and do I need to know more? 3. How will we see more people getting…
As we look at the arrival of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2, it’s clear that living boldly for God is only possible if you are filled with the Holy Spirit. As Dave unpacks this truth; discover how God wants to fill you today – right now, and set you up for a life filled with the ‘suddenly’ of God.
… that according to the riches of his glory he may grant you to be strengthened with power through his Spirit in your inner being. (Eph 3:16) Paul prays for strength for the Ephesian church, the strength found in the Father’s presence, by being filled with the Spirit. There is power at work in us so we can pray and see more than we ever thought possible and know that in the church, God will be glorified.
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.
As humans we possess 5 senses; sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch. Of all the senses, the touch places us in direct contact and intimate connection with our world. If we as humans can significantly influence our world through touch how much more “the touch of God”? In this message Michael speaks about what, when and the result of the touch of God using 7 different examples from the Bible.
Relationships can be one of the most rewarding and most frustrating parts of life and we need a lot of help to get them right. The good news is that God has restored our relationship with himself 100% – and now He gives us His power to ‘do’ relationships in a whole new way. We can live with open hearts towards everyone we meet and everyone we know – we are marked by His grace and His love.
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.
Who are you? No really, who are YOU – what defines who you are? This week Dave digs into where our true identity comes from – the implications of which affect every area of our lives as we live courageously for God.
What does the gift of tongues (speaking in other languages) look like in church life and in our personal lives? Michael unpacks what the bible tells us about this gift of the Holy Spirit. We learn what speaking in tongues is, how we can grow in this gift ourselves, and how to keep love being the central motivation behind it all.
What are your expectations of God like? What will God do for you – and through you? As Dave unpacks this groundbreaking passage in Ephesians we begin to see how our expectations affect the whole way we live. Allow God to reshape your heart through this message as you look at your day to day life, expecting and asking God to do ‘exceedingly more than you can ask or even imagine….’