Sermon Notes Hope is a powerful force and probably the most important factor when it comes to overcoming life’s biggest challenges. Without it, everything is lost. But it’s that little spark that eventually pulls you and others from the depths of despair. Hope has the power to make you do the impossible. Quote: Hope itself is like a star—not to be seen in the sunshine of property, and only to be discovered in the night of adversity. Samuel Smiles: Hope is the companion of pow
Sermon Notes STORM PROOF YOUR LIFE: Answers to life’s toughest questions. Letting Go and Moving Forward
One of the most difficult choices we make as people is to move on or move forward. Most people agree that what is ahead of them is probably better than where they are at, at the moment and yet most won’t let go and move forward. I read a quote years ago that said, “ God can not lead a person who has not made up their minds which way to go.”
Stuck and going in circles seem
SERMON NOTES Your understanding of who you are positions you for success or failure, more than any other thing. You will never rise above the image you have of yourself in your heart. True Identity allows you to see yourself bigger than your problems. Paul uses the phrase IN HIM OR IN CHRIST THIS IS HOW GOD VIEWS YOU, NOT ON YOUR MERIT BUT ON HIS MERIT. ITS LEARNING TO OPERATE THROUGH HIS FINISHED WORK. “Therefore if anyone is in Christ [that is, grafted in, joined to Him by
SERMON NOTES Faith is the principle that taps into the creative power of God, whereby you can transform conditions, circumstances, and situations in the natural realm. Renewing your mind and establishing your heart is the Foundation of developing Faith. Faith is the quality that allows you to tap in to the unseen resources of the Kingdom of God. When Jesus had received the sour wine, He said, “It is finished!” And He bowed His head and [voluntarily] gave up His spirit.
SERMON NOTES I heard about a family where the father was very proud of the fact that they always said ‘grace’ before meals. Once they had some very smart guests coming to lunch. The father wanted to show off the fact that even their young son had learnt to say ‘grace’. As they were about to eat lunch he said to his son, ‘Tommy, would you say grace?’ Tommy whispered to his mother, ‘I don’t know what to say’. The mother replied, ‘Just say what Daddy said at breakfast’. Tommy cl