Do we really trust God? I'm sure that the answer is 'Yes' to some degree, but we need to trust Him more and more. This message encourages us to do that using some of the teaching of Jesus found in Luke.
God is concerned about the poor and says so repeatedly through the Old and New Testaments. We also need to care for the poor where we are able, which means that we need to have our eyes open to the needs around us, and deliberate about helping where we can
The Bible shows that God wants us to be able to praise him in an uninhibited, joyful way, through dancing, clapping, shouting, and singing. A religious spirit will try to suppress this, calling suppressed emotions dignity, reverence and proper decorum. It is not biblical and we should not tolerate it! Don't suppress, express!
This sermon talks about the meaning behind the miracle when Jesus turned water into wine. There are many aspects to this, but one points to us being Spirit-filled, joyful vessels, rather than empty, dry religious vessels.
We are called to be the light of the world, and so people need to see Jesus through the way that we live our lives. Things of the sinful nature, like anger, obscure Jesus. This sermon looks at how we can deal with anger.
A sermon on Isaiah 6, where Isaiah has a vision of the Lord and is commissioned to go and speak for Him. In the same way we have been commissioned. The question is, is our response the same as Isaiah's.
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