Pastor Ian shares more on what a devotional life looks like and why it is so important. What is motivating our lifes? Is it a cause or a person? Who are we linked to? Where are we seated? Is Jesus finding us attractive and ready to take us in hand and invite us to come up to a better place? These are the questions that Pastor Ian shares about us he continues to motivate us to follow after Jesus and to be with Him.
What physical ground describes your current experience of God and life? Joseph looks at different, ascending grounds and environments and encourages to believe God when he invites us to 'come up here.' Where ever you find yourself today, God is wanting you to come up higher and live in greater degrees of relationship with him. Be blessed, inspired and encouraged.
Jesus is looking, longing and waiting for a people who will seek to be with him. Not seeking him for handouts, but seeking him so that they can be where he is. Pastor Ian continues to encourage and challenge us to aim for a devotional life of excellence. That we can truly say that we have had his home our home. That in hearing the call to come to Jesus, that we will behold him and gaze upon him. We pray that you would be blessed and inspired.
Jesus is calling us to come to him, not just for salvation but on a daily basis. To move from an occasional encounter to an ongoing, daily living in his presence. Pastor Ian shares from Psalm 27 the passion of David to dwell with God and what they looks like for us today. Be blessed, inspired, encouraged and challenged as you seek in God for a deeper and more intimate devotional life with Jesus.
Ever felt that everybody else seems to get it, to understand it, to catch it while you sit on the outside wondering 'why me'? Pastor Ian speaks into our frustration, disappointment and confusion by sharing simple principles about how to catch a ball and applying them to how catch what God is wanting to give you. We pray that as you listen to this you will be blessed, encouraged, inspired and challenged to live a life that is fuller and more intentional.
In Luke 10, Jesus tells us to pray to the Lord of the harvest for workers. Why? Because the harvest is ready and plentiful but the workers are few.
Starting with this verse, Pastor Henrietta shares why it is so important, not just to pray for workers, but to be a worker. To actively share your faith and be involved in God's purposes.
Be blessed and inspired.
Pastor Henrietta inspires us to believe that we have been called and enabled by God to serve him. The challenge is will we work for him and serve him in this life or not. Be blessed
Pastor Ian shares from the call of Gideon about how it is time to arise. God came down into the dust that was Gideon's life and spoke to him in the dust of his work and called him to be something more. He called him to arise and leave his situation and move into a purpose and destiny that was greater than all he had previously experienced. We pray that as you listen to this, that you, like Gideon would arise out of your dust and enter into the promise of God for your life. Be blessed, encouraged and inspired.
Have you ever been tempted to give up praying? Ever felt like quitting? In this sermon, Joseph looks at Daniel from the Old Testament and shares some simple truths about praying long. Having a few of prayer that helps us to see that often our prayers our affecting generations and times to come. So don't give up. Listen, be encouraged and blessed and keep praying.
Pastor Ian continues the series on prayer based on Mark Batterson's book 'The Circle Maker.' We are encouraged to not give up on the promises of God, or the dreams that he has given us, but to keep praying and keep believing, to pray hard. To pray consistently and with perseverance. We pray that this week you would be inspired to realise that your answer from God may be only a prayer away and that the key is to keep on!