Contributing sermons since Jul 2, 2014
Contributed on Jun 28, 2022
With all that is happening in our personal lives, families, churches, nation and the world at large, everyone needs God as a Shade of Protection to survive these risky, challenging and life-threatening times.
Introduction To protect is to cover or shield from danger or injury. It is to defend a person, place, people or organization or country from attack, hurt, oppression and exploitation. It is to guard someone, something or a place. It is to keep safe. These are all things God specializes in doing. ...read more
Contributed on May 10, 2022
Every morning, God's mercy says wake up, get up! Don’t lie down in bed depressed and refuse to get up, don't give up because nothing seems to be working or going on well in your life. Face the day, face any situation with the mercy of God.
Introduction Mercy is God’s Nature, God’s Character If someone were to ask you to describe your father, you would probably say things like he is tall or average height, dark or fair in complexion, likes jazz music, enjoys watching documentaries, has a good sense of humor or he is very strict, he ...read more
Contributed on Feb 25, 2022
Let us daily call on God, let us continually approach God’s throne of mercy to access the wonderful privileges, benefits and blessings that are found in the place of prayer.
To understand the meaning of the phrase ‘Watch and Pray’, let us look at Matthew 26:36-46 where Jesus used this phrase. In the context of this scripture, in this situation where Jesus instructed His disciples to ‘Watch and Pray’, what He meant was: • Stay awake and pray with me. • Don’t sleep, be ...read more
Contributed on Nov 19, 2021
The worst thing that can happen to anyone is for the mercy of God to depart from the person. But when the mercy of God is on you and with you, you can be confident, you can be assured, that God will certainly perfect ALL that concerns you.
Our text for today’s message is Psalm 138:8 which says ‘The Lord will perfect that which concerns me; Your mercy, O Lord endures forever; do not forsake the works of Your hands’. This Psalm is a Psalm of David. When David said the Lord will perfect that which concerns him, he wasn’t praying to God. ...read more
Contributed on Sep 21, 2021
God is calling on soldiers of Christ to arise and use the weapon of prayer, to contend in battle in the place of prayer so we, our families, the church of God and our nation can be delivered from every evil work.
Introduction Arise and contend in battle is not a suggestion, an advice or a plea. It is an order. An order that can only come from a Commander-in-Chief or head of an army. Indeed God is our Commander in Chief who based on Deuteronomy 2:24, has issued an order to us to arise and contend in battle. ...read more