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Proverbs 12:15 You’ve all heard the saying, “Feelings come, and feelings go” — how true this maxim is!! I thank God for the gift of feeling, our emotions are given to us by our Creator. It was never God’s design to make robots. I don’t know if you ever noticed, but robots don’t have feelings — they do what they’re programmed to do. You can drive a …
 
Genesis 1:1-3 It is upon my heart to speak to you about the spiritual stirrings of God amidst unfavourable times of spiritual depression!! Is this not an apt topic for the crisis hour in which we find ourselves? As I look around, after the natural eye, I don’t find much encouragement outwardly to commend much hope to my soul. As a nation, spiritual…
 
David Donovan brings a very powerful word on the primary need for godliness! May the Lord greatly minister to your heart. For more information about the ministry of New Foundations, please visit: https://newfoundations.org.uk/
 
Luke 22:31-34 On 3 September 1939, France declared war on Germany following the German invasion of Poland. Between 10 May and 22 June 1940, in a six-week lightning campaign, Germany’s armed forces overran Holland, Belgium, and Luxemburg, humiliating the British and defeating the French. During the fighting, the British, French, and Belgium forces h…
 
Luke 6:27-36 In his classic commentary on the Bible, Adam Clarke writes concerning mercy: “A merciful or compassionate man easily forgets injuries; pardons them without being solicited; and does not permit repeated returns of ingratitude to deter him from doing good, even to the unthankful and the unholy”. Can I ask you? Are you merciful? Do you ex…
 
Acts 23:23-24 When we think of the life of the Apostle Paul, many of us if we’re not careful, can have a distorted view of how things really were for this man of God. We look at the self-professed Apostles of today and by comparison, they live like superstars. From the very start, the Lord gave word to Ananias, “...Go thy way: for he is a chosen ve…
 
Genesis 14:14 One of the most ancient strategies of war is that of ambush. As one looks a little closer at what is entailed in an ambush, two key ingredients will come up again and again — surprise and concealment! One dictionary defines ambush as “an act of hiding, waiting for others to appear, and then suddenly attacking them”. One of the hardest…
 
James 1:5-8 There are many things in life that a man seeks after, much by a way of desire that his soul longs for. Some seek after riches, while others seek fame; some seek after happiness, and others peace of mind; some seek after freedom and others find fulfilment in family. May I ask you, what it is that you seek after? What is that prized posse…
 
Hebrews 13:1 Here we are again, revisiting a topic that I know each one of you are only too familiar with. You say, Preacher, isn’t there something else we can study besides this matter of love? Is there not some other treasure that you can unearth for us from Holy Writ? Brother, that’s like saying, we’ve had enough of you mining for gold, isn’t th…
 
1 Corinthians 1:1 In this sermon, three points are raised pertaining to the would-be Christian Worker that are indispensable if one would work for Jesus Christ. #1. The nature of the Christian worker, #2. The call of the Christian worker and #3. The labour of the Christian worker. May you prayerfully consider each of these points and examine your l…
 
Matthew 11:28-30 On 6 February 2022, Queen Elizabeth II became the first ever British monarch to celebrate a platinum jubilee. Seven months after celebrating this epic event, she departed from this world. Tomorrow (Monday 19th September 2022), the body of Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest next to her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh in the King…
 
Exodus 23:23-33 I’ll never forget the words of the late Vance Havner, that mighty prophet of a bygone era; though he hath since passed into glory, his witty words have been left unto us as gold and precious stones. He said this, “When the Lord's white sheep become dirty grey, all the black sheep feel more comfortable”. We are living in a day where …
 
2 Timothy 2:20-21 As one looks within the Body of Christ today at large, no matter which direction one casts their sight to look, one thing very readily becomes apparent, namely this, want of vessels for the service of the King! Where are the vessels of honour? Where are the vessels of use? It’s not any vessel that is of use to God but, “...a vesse…
 
Pastor Jason Wright brings a timely Word in season to the Body of Christ concerning the Rechabites. Though this is a historical account, it is saturated in meaning and application for the New Covenant believer.โดย Jason Wright
 
Luke 22:24-27 The world today would tell us, that it is the lesser who serves the greater. Jesus takes the economy of the world and flips it on its head by saying, “For whether is greater, he that sitteth at meat, or he that serveth? is not he that sitteth at meat? but I am among you as he that serveth” (Lk. 22:27). Have you a servant's heart? Have…
 
2 Kings 2:1-14 Dr. David Donovan and his wife Shirley head up a medical mission to the Niger Delta called New Foundations. David shares about the work of New Foundations and intermingles this with a timely message from the Word of God. I pray that the Lord uses this message to bless your heart!โดย Dr. David Donovan
 
Mark 12:28-34 Concerning the Old Mosaic Covenant, Jewish tradition puts the total number of commandments at 613. 248 positive commandments to DO, and 365 negative commandments NOT to do. Although various Rabbinic scholars have sought to compile a list of these commands, there have been slight disagreements on their precise number due to technicalit…
 
Psalm 127:1 Before the invention of the engine, there were only two ways to power a sea vessel; by human power or by nature’s power. You could row a boat or sail a boat!! Without a doubt, rowing involves far more effort on the part of man than does sailing. Those oars must be pulled through the waters at speed enough to create a drag that propels t…
 
Jeremiah 17:5-8 I don’t know if you’ve ever had the pleasurable experience of tracing the path of a river as it meanders through the iconic English countryside. It is a sight to behold. The ’S’ curved bends of the river as it winds its way round hill and gully. The flowing currents, sometimes gentle, sometimes fierce. The exposed banks of the river…
 
Galatians 5:1 Part 1 of 2 Having asked the question last week, “Which Covenant?”, and having answered it conclusively with authority from the Word of God; I want now in this second teaching part, to go on to look at the nature of this New Covenant as it pertains to justification and sanctification. When one understands the true nature of the Old Co…
 
Part 1 of 2 I stand as a watchman to lift my voice in warning, against a movement that is fast growing in momentum across the evangelical world. Some call it Hebrew Roots, others call it Torah Observant Christianity — call it what you like, the overriding emphasis is the same. They tell us that the Gentile Church has been infected with Greek cultur…
 
2 Samuel 21:15-22 As I look at the spiritual condition of the Church in this country, I’ve no other way to explain it, except to say that we’re in a spiritual crisis. As you turn on the news this evening, the headlines sound loud and clear, there’s a coming global famine, and we must prepare for it!! Headlines like this, make us sit up and take not…
 
1 Kings 18:36-39 It’s commonly been said, “God helps those who help themselves”. Without a doubt, this is one the most oft-quoted phrases that many are fond of repeating, but did you know, it‘s nowhere to be found in the Bible? All around us, we witness the sobering reality of spiritual dearth across the nation, both in the Church and out. The Chur…
 
Philippians 2:1-11 There are some things in this life that can only be truly understood by divine revelation. No amount of seeing will ever see, and no matter how many times one might hear a thing proclaimed, it’s not until the penny drops that one really hears for the very first time!! I do not think that one can begin to comprehend, Calvary’s dyi…
 
Acts 3:19 Why is it that so many who name the name of Jesus Christ, can’t ever seem to break free from the cycle of “struggle”; never coming to a place of spiritual maturity in their lives, never seeming to be able to overcome the besetting sins that have so easily entangle them for years? At the heart of the issue lies a life that is un-surrendere…
 
Genesis 21:1-8 Patience is one of those virtues that we all speak about, but none of us really like to experience it. It’s a bit like “saving”, who likes to save when you can spend! Well similarly, who likes to have to endure the pain of waiting when you can have it now!! The whole of Western consumerism is built on this model— if you want it now, …
 
Genesis 3:1-7 Faith is to undergird our whole Christian experience, without it, we cannot function!! There is an enemy of our souls who well knows this fact. You don’t need me to tell you that we are in a spiritual battle — we feel its effects hourly!! As believers in Christ, we are not to be ignorant of Satan’s devices, lest he should gain an adva…
 
Mark 4:23 Four pastors were discussing the merits of the various translations of the Bible. One liked a particular version best because of its simple, beautiful English. Another preferred a more scholarly edition because it was closer to the original Hebrew and Greek. Still another liked a contemporary version because of its up-to-date vocabulary. …
 
Numbers 13:26-33 How many know that the God of history, is the same God of the present? God is known by His attributes - those characteristics and qualities which define His person and nature. For some, studying these divine attributes is nothing more than an academic exercise. Instead of the knowledge of the Holy impacting the life, for many, it m…
 
2 Chronicles 36:14-20 One of the fundamental ways by which we can know the nature and the character of God is by the attributes which He has chosen to reveal about Himself in Holy Scripture. These attributes define His person —His eternality, his sovereignty, his omnipotence and omniscience, and His spiritual and triune nature. These very attribute…
 
Hebrews 3:12-13 The little phrase, “take heed”, appears more than 50 times in the Word of God. It may only be a tiny phrase consisting of two words but boy does it pack a punch and fire a shot across the bows. It is a phrase of warning; a sound of alarm; like a bell ringing or the town crier heralding FIRE!!, so the words “take heed” call immediate…
 
Revelation 2:1-7 The Church in Ephesus was a Church that was in declension in regards to love. They had departed from that they once knew in glowing fervour and had grown cold in that most vital of areas. The heat of the battle had done something to them. All that contention against the false had jaded their glow of love. Simply put, their love had…
 
Matthew 26:17-25 Imagine being seated around the table on the night of the Last Supper with the twelve. As you’re enjoying some last and final moments together with the Lord, Jesus suddenly turns and interjects these words, “...Verily I say unto you, that one of you shall betray me”. You try to compose yourself — who’s He talking to? Has an unwante…
 
1 Thessalonians 5:25 Some of the most profound and sublime truths in life are not found in the abundance of paragraphs, but in the trimmed leanness of a single sentence. Take for instance the sentence, “I love you” — it’s not rocket science, you don’t need a degree to understand its meaning, and yet it speaks a thousand words. How about, “I’m sorry…
 
Isaiah 40:1-2 Isaiah is the most quoted prophet in the New Testament Scriptures, and one of the most quoted books, second only to that of Psalms. It has been referred to by scholars as a miniature Bible. There are 66 Books in the Bible, and there are 66 chapters in the Book of Isaiah. There are two divisions in the Bible, and there are two division…
 
Nehemiah 4:1-6 When God begins to stir the hearts of His people to a work that He has determined to do, you can be sure of one thing; the devil will also stir the hearts of his own subjects to rise up in opposition against it. There’s scarcely a work that God has ever set about to do, that has not gone without such opposition. In the days of Nehemi…
 
Hebrews 12:1-2 A man’s sickness is known by his symptoms. The symptom is not the sickness, but rather, the symptom is the indicator of the sickness present. As I look around at the Church of Jesus Christ in the West, I don’t know any other way to say it, I see a sick Church. You say, Brother, judge not, and I say, Brother, how can I not when the sy…
 
Psalms 57:1 If I was to task a man with the arduous job of naming the greatest hymn ever written, I’m sure that opinions would abound. Take, for instance, Charles Wesley; it has been calculated that he wrote no fewer than 6000 hymns during his lifetime. Of these 6000, many are in agreement in concluding that the greatest of these (and arguably they…
 
Matthew 24:3-14 Some view the Christian race as a 100 m dash. On your marks…get set…go!!! 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and it's over! However, as one looks in the text of Holy Scripture, one quickly discovers that the Christian race is no 100m dash, but a marathon of lasting endurance! In this sermon, we look at two indispensables that are necess…
 
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