Sermons on Thankfulness
Matthew shared with on us Sunday the story of the sinful woman who anoints Jesus feet at Simon the Pharisee’s house. He powerfully looked at the contrast between how the two approached Jesus and how our own lives can relate to the story, the challenge is how do we approach Jesus honestly ourselves and what do we think of how others approach him?
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.
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.
How do we get to a place of delighting in God when there are so many things that can get in the way? We need the Holy Spirit – He is the key to our lives being full of the boldness and confidence to live for and worship God. This week we look at what it means to be filled with the Holy Spirit and how we can freely ask for this gift. We also look at what a massive…
Everybody worships something (or someone), it’s all about what (or who) that is. Today we take an overview of what worship really means as Robin opens our new mini series; he challenges our hearts to assess what true worship looks like, and just how we live our lives as those who worship God in spirit and in truth. During this talk Robin used these inspirational videos on worship: video1, video2
Our old lives are finished when we are in Christ – we are a new creation; but sometimes it feels like we are still fighting the same old battles, because we go back to those old things – but that’s not who we really are. Today Dave unpacks what God has been showing him about the daily impact of walking in this new life…
As we share in celebrating all that God has done and all that He will do, it fits perfectly to draw these wonderful keys from Luke. Jesus shows how thankfulness and gratitude towards God changes your thinking, your heart and your life. Let us be so grateful to God for His abundant love in our lives, that we live for Him in everything we do.