Sermon Series
  • 1. Acts 1 - The Power

    Contributed on May 13, 2013

    Jesus did not give us a plan, He gives us power (of the Holy Spirit). Essential this power is what we need. Prayer is the only means to tap onto His power.

    Acts 1:7-8 “He said to them: "It is not for you to know the times or dates the Father has set by his own authority. 8 But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the more

  • 2. Acts 2 - Empowered

    Contributed on May 13, 2013

    God is going to reach a lost world through the empowering of the Holy Spirit and His church. We depend on One and devote to building His church through the teaching of His Word, fellowship, communion and prayer.

    Reaching the lost world for Christ would necessarily mean the birth of the Church, the body of Christ, the gathering of believers in Christ. • This is a divine institution, not a man-made organisation. Through the Body of Christ the world will come to see Christ. • The Church is more

  • 3. Acts 3 - The Power Of The Living Christ

    Contributed on May 20, 2013
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    Choose to believe in His presence. Know the authority we have in Christ. God’s power flows through faith. Pray and believe God will act.

    I want to talk about the NAME – the Name JESUS, the power of the living Christ. [Read Acts 3:1-16] This was the first recorded miracle of the disciples in the book of Acts. • This was unlike the Peter and John that we read about in the Gospels. • Here they were bold and confident. They more

  • 4. Acts 4 - Stand Strong

    Contributed on May 27, 2013
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    Seek the truth and stand strong. Know your identity and be strong. Exercise authority and stay strong.

    The outpouring of the Holy Spirit gave the disciples exceptional courage to bear witness to Christ. • They showed unwavering faith in Jesus, despite the danger and opposition. • They were strong because of the presence and power of the Holy Spirit. Peter did not mince his words. The people more

  • 5. Acts 6-7 - Stephen, The Greatness Of A Godly Man

    Contributed on Jun 2, 2013
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    Stephen is the embodiment of godliness. Let us be humble enough to serve. Put the needs of others before self. Stay faithful to God no matter what.

    There was a need in the church. With the growing number and increasing needs, one aspect of the ministry was neglected. • In the daily distribution of food, some widows were being overlooked. • They needed some people to oversee the “daily distribution of food” (6:1) more

  • 6. Acts 8 - The Marks Of A Disciple

    Contributed on Jun 22, 2013

    A disciple makes himself available to God. He listens to His bidding. A disciple is ready to share Christ.

    Acts 6:5 tells us among the seven men elected to “wait on tables” were Stephen and Philip. Both left indelible marks in the history of the first church. Stephen lived a short life, but his sermon and martyrdom impacted Saul’s life, and led to an all-out persecution, which more

  • 7. Acts 9 - Chosen For A Purpose

    Contributed on Jun 22, 2013

    Disciples are chosen for His purpose. Disciples are products of God's grace. Disciples are willing to obey God.

    How do you feel if someone comes up to you and say, “You’ve been chosen…” – chosen to represent the school, represent the company, or the country… • We feel good. It is an honour to be chosen. Yet the truth is we are all chosen – chosen by Jesus to more

  • 8. Acts 10 - The Acts Of God

    Contributed on Jun 30, 2013

    God initiates, He is actively working. God instructs, He is constantly speaking. God empowers, His plan will be fulfilled.

    GOD INITIATES… He is actively working We have literally been SEEING GOD AT WORK THROUGH THE CHURCH. God is actively working in reaching the lost back to Himself. • We’ve now come to the 10th chapter in Acts and it is undeniably clear that God has been initiating His more

  • 9. Acts 12 - Enduring Hardships

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2013
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    Be prepared for challenges. We can expect hardships in life. We can stay on course by praying.

    The moment the disciples put their faith in Jesus, they were declaring war against the devil. They have chosen to make a stand for the truth. • The authorities and the people come against what they preach, sometimes out of selfish reasons, sometimes out of intolerance, and at other times, more

  • 10. Acts 15 - Resolving Conflicts

    Contributed on Jul 14, 2013

    Learn from the Council in Jerusalem. Unite around the essentials. Make concessions in non-essentials. Show love in everything.

    We have been looking at troubles and persecutions from without. • Today, we are going to look at problems from within - disagreements among believers. • Christians will quarrel. Nothing wrong with that. If you had never had an argument with a brother or sister, I’m more more

  • 11. Acts 16 - God Always Leads

    Contributed on Jul 25, 2013

    God leads. God leads us to where He wants us to be. Therefore watch where you are, and be the instrument that God can use to accomplish His purposes.

    1. God LEADS… are we following? Paul has chosen Silas as his partner for the 2nd missionary journey. He also took Timothy along this time. • Something interesting happens in 16:6. They were in the region of PHRYGIA but they were ‘kept by the Holy Spirit’ from moving more

  • 12. Acts 17 - Make An Impact

    Contributed on Aug 7, 2013
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    Go public with your faith. Touch lives where you are. Believe you have the answer the lost world needs to hear.

    If God leads us, and leads us to where He wants us to be, so that we can share what we know about Him and Christ, and thus allowing His Spirit to work in the hearts of the hearers, then it goes to show that all of us can make an impact in someone’s life. • We may not have planned for more

  • 13. Acts 18 - Stand Firm

    Contributed on Aug 7, 2013

    Believe that your labour is never in vain. Ministry is an investment. Sow and expect to reap a harvest. Believe you are never left alone. Discouragement cannot defeat you unless you allow it.

    Paul was able to stand firm despite the oppositions and the difficulties he faced. • He experienced fatigue, frustrations, fears and failures but he did not give up. • Paul weathered through all these and stood firm. This is what we can learn from him. 1 Cor 15:58 more

  • 14. Acts 27 - Anchors For The Soul

    Contributed on Aug 12, 2013

    Paul has a few anchors for his soul. He knows the presence of God, the purpose of God and the promise of God.

    Last week we read about Paul in Corinth, where he worked for a moment as a tentmaker, with Aquila and Priscilla. [See Map] • From there he went to Syria and then to Ephesus with the tent-making couple, and subsequently left for Antioch. That concluded his 2nd journey. End of Acts 18 more