Posts for tag #grace
The Enemy would always wish to “talk into” the faith of the believer. Jesus Christ is the same, Who he was on the cross, and He is not about to change, Why would we then?
When you can keep running the race despite all the reasons in the world to quit it, it is greater grace. When you stay on course, God can give you a new meaning to all things, and show stuff, you didn’t even know existed.
(Eph 2:1-7, 1Cor 13:4-8)
It is possible to think of abundance by someone having a lot of money or cars and everything goes well in their lives. But the abundant life Jesus was speaking about has nothing to do with this world or our circumstances. Do not be satisfied with the manna!
(Jn 10:10b; Deut 8:2-3)
What does define spirituality? Who is spiritual? What do we know about the commandments?
(Gal 5.; 1Cor 12:31; Jn 13:34-35)
If you don’t have enough problems then you won’t think you are too small. But if you have a difficulty that makes you question everything: yourself, God, your abilities, your intelligence. We try to avoid trouble though that is a gift for us. It’s necessary. We pray so that God would take it away. But He says: I would like you to rejoice when you are in trouble. Why though?
(Psa 23:5; 2Cor 12:7a, 4:7-12)
This discussion was held in connection with the message Spiritual Life A-Z.
(November 6. 2016, Sunday)
If you open an encyclopedia you don’t find too many things listed under a word because the purpose of it is to collect things. This message is the same because I just wanted to collect the most important principals of the spiritual life. I think that we could talk about each part for months.
Salvation plan to save mankind – God’s pursuit was to save people. This is the love of God, this is His mercy. He wants everyone to be saved. That is why He Himself provided. He did everything He could do because He wanted to be sure. Well is it possible to add anything to it?
(Isa 5:4; Ez 18:32, 33:11; Jn 6:47; Eph 1:13, 2:8-9; Acts 17:30; 1Tim 2:4; 2Pt 2:4; 1Jn 4:9, 5:13)
This discussion was held in connection with the message There Is a River & And I Pray That Your Love May Abound All The More.
(October 19. 2016, Sunday)
What happened with the consciousness of people? Our desire is to have peace with God. How were we in fellowship with Him in the different dispensations? Now we live under grace that says – be perfect! Is it possible?
(Prov 6:16-19; Psalm 85:7,10; Isa 59:7,11-14; Rom 5:1)
Mt 6:5-8 – four principles on prayer based on Jesus’ teachings
Bible – the heart of God. Holiness and grace – what do they mean in the Scripture? What do you think of how God looks at you?
(Mt 9:36, 12:7, 19:25-26, 17:5, 20:28; Jn 5:24, 6:39-40, 10:27-29, 16:27; 1Jn 4:9-10; Gal 1:10-12, 2:16,21, 4:21, 5:4,7-8)
We came together and we sit at the feet of Jesus, we listen to Him and His Word together. The celebration continues…
…we had a desire to have this huge celebration, a holy gathering, to come together and fall on our knees before the Lord, our Creator. To gather and merry in the presence of the Lord and to worship Him together. Let’s come together and let’s sit at the feet of Jesus to listen to Him and to His Word. Let’s come together and let’s express by this that we belong together and that God has made us one body one family one people.
Would you like to be blessed? Then never give up the plan of God!
We all are sinners but this is good because only a sinner can experience grace. The saving grace of God appeared to all man. What does it mean? What characterizes grace?
(Tit 2:11-12, Gal 4:4a, Rom 5:6-8, 1Jn 4:9, Ro 11:6)
First let’s try to define the word regret. I want to have conversations not only preaching. How could we define the word regret?
– When I look at my past and I say: „I missed something. I made a mistake. This could have been better.”
So regret has something to do with the past or loss or at least with the sense of loss…