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Bethesda Shalom , "House of Mercy and Peace". A small independent Bible believing Church located in Wolverhampton, England; endeavouring to hold fast to truth and stand fast in love by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
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2 Chronicles 7:13-14 My dear people, there is a price to be paid for revival — it’s a painful affair! Duncan Campbell put it this way; “If you want revival, get right with God. If you are not prepared to bring the "last piece," for God's sake stop talking about revival, your talking and praying is but the laughing-stock of devils. It is about time …
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2 Chronicles 7:13-14 Without question, even on a precursory level, as one picks up the history books and begins to read the accounts of past revival, you will be met with a common pattern again and again. Before the sound of the mighty rushing wind, the prayers of God’s people were heard! “And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all…
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Acts 2:37-38 Before every divine visitation, God begins to awaken the consciences of His people first to the possibility of revival, and secondly to the need for revival. How can a thirst for revival begin in the hearts of God’s people unless there is a conviction that such a work of God is even for today? Perhaps the greatest hindrance to God send…
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Acts 2:37-38 My dear Brothers and Sisters, you don’t need me to tell you that we are living in a dry and thirsty land! A land that once flowed with milk and honey is now a barren wasteland. Once the Church of Jesus Christ stood as a bastion of faithfulness and a pillar of truth decrying the spiritual bankruptcy of a fallen world. Once it stood as a…
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Exodus 40:33-38 If I were to ask you to tell me what the single greatest glory was attending the children of Israel as they wandered in the wilderness, I wonder what answer you would give? Would it be the miraculous wonders — fresh manna by morning; the rock which was clave in two? Would it be the glory of the gold which adorned the holy furniture …
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Philippians 3:12-15 As each of you begins this New Year, I wonder this morning how much of 2023 you’ve allowed to stick? How much of last year has come across as unwanted baggage into this year? Do you know that for many a soul, their future has been mapped already for them by events that lie in the past? The child who all their life was told, you’…
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Jeremiah 5:31 Many today are happy to live in an echo chamber where the only narrative they ever encounter is the one they want to hear. You all know what an echo chamber is, don’t you? Have you ever shouted from inside a cave? What do you hear back? More of the same!! That’s an echo chamber, and Brethren, if we’re not careful we can find ourselves…
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Hebrews 4:12 Once upon a time the preacher hastened fearlessly to climb the stairs of the pulpit, burdened with a message from heaven, armed in hand with a open Bible. Book, chapter and verse was his modus operandi and for the unction of God He pleaded!! Brothers and Sisters, it is the last part of this statement that has become my soul’s burden ov…
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Overcoming the Fear of Man – Paul M. Williams Proverbs 29:25 There are over 500 recognised phobias in our world today For the most part, the fears that we experience as we walk through life are not good. Rather than serving to be of benefit to us, they serve to be a hindrance. Of all the fears I could list that are common to man, there is one fear …
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Genesis 12:1-4 It would seem on paper that man has more time on his hands than ever he had since time began. Please don’t misunderstand me, there are no more hours in a day — the same 24 that have always been are the same 24 available today — yet the sheer amount of what can be accomplished in a single hour is breathtaking!! One study concluded tha…
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Genesis 12:1-4 As I look back over the 23 years that I’ve had the privilege of walking with the Lord, every major turn in the road of my life, has been marked by the call of God. Before ever I knew the Lord and at every junction since coming to saving faith in Him He hath called and faith’s obedience has met that call!!! In this sermon, Paul shares…
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1 Corinthians 6:18-20 Being raised in 21st-century Britain, I’ve never had the painful displeasure of attending a slave market. Yet in the days of the Roman Empire in the first century AD, it would have been commonplace. Under Roman law, slaves were regarded as the personal property of their masters, to be bought, sold, and mistreated at will. They…
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John 10:22-23 The Intertestamental period dated from the prophet Malachi’s time (about 400 BC) to the preaching of John the Baptist (about AD 25) has been called the silent years. God is never silent! A lot happened in these 400 years. In this teaching, we are going to explore one amazing event – The Feast of Dedication – in which we will discover …
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Isaiah 66:1-2 If I were to ask you to tell of the kind of man/woman who wins favour with God, I wonder what you’d say? I know full well of the kind that wins favour with the world — give a man a bit of money and prestige and see how rapidly his circle of friends increases. But can I say; that which catches the eye of the world and that which turns …
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Matthew 21:42 From the moment that I got saved, some 23 years ago, I had a God-given burden that I could not extinguish, for my life to be used by God!! I figured that for 20 years, I had given myself in full-time service to do the devil’s bidding; how now, that I’m a born-again Christian could I give the True and Living God anything less? Every fi…
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Acts 12:1-5 When the people of God begin to pray, God begins to move! This, my dear friends, is an indisputable fact of history to which the Scriptures provide undeniable testimony. In this sermon, example after example is laid bare, demonstrating that God responds to the prayers of His people. Whether, Moses, Abraham, Hannah, Elisha, Hezekiah, or …
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1 Samuel 3:10 I would argue that the single greatest tool the Devil has used to pervert a whole generation in this century and the latter half of the last has been the power of mass media — Film, music, radio, television, and now the internet. What was previously confined to the abominable opera houses and disgusting theatre halls is now aired en-m…
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1 Samuel 3:10 No man who upon hearing the voice of God, ever lived to regret the day He answered the call!! My phone rings all the time and sometimes I regret answering it. An unidentified number appears on the screen — it’s a local number, and you think, I’d better answer it, only to discover two seconds in that it’s a national telesales company m…
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2 Kings 4:38-41 You’ve all heard the expression, “One bad apple spoils the barrel”; the origin of this idiom dates all the way back to the 1300’s. According to one source, the bad apple metaphor was first recorded in 1340 in the form of an English proverb, “A rotten apple quickly infects its neighbor”. There is a Biblical counterpart to this idiom …
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Luke 10:38-42 Do you have a quiet place with Jesus your Lord? You’ve placed priorities on things — they may be good things/noble things/godly things but have they become a distraction in your life? Are they taking you away from that one thing that is needful — sitting at the feet of Jesus? In the busyness and clutter of life, can you hear the Maste…
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Matthew 14:22-33 For the third consecutive week, I have the privilege of ascending the stairs of this pulpit to bring a word in season on how to stand in the midst of trial!! Brothers and Sisters, believe me when I say, it was not my planned intention to labour this point, but as I waited upon the Lord as to what He would have me to say, I felt Him…
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1 Peter 3:3-7 As painful as it is to undergo trial — to be put into the furnace of affliction — It’s the only way by which one’s faith might be tried!! A man can boast all day about his faith; it is not until he is placed into the fire that one will see the quality of his faith! Far from diminishing faith, fire will always purify a man’s faith! It …
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Mark 4:35-42 “And the same day, when the even was come, he saith unto them, Let us pass over unto the other side” (Mk. 4:35). Note the circumstances of the hour. The evening had come upon them after what must have been a long drawn-out day. Jesus waits until the evening, when darkness is fast approaching, to put to His disciples His desire — “...Le…
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Psalm 51:6 For many within the remnant Church, love of truth is all about acquiring factual knowledge. As long as every doctrinal t is crossed, and every theological i dotted, all is well!! Yet, in the verse before us in this sermon, David prays to God, “Behold, thou desirest truth in the inward parts: and in the hidden part thou shalt make me to k…
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Proverbs 9:10 Woe betide the man or woman that dispenses of the knowledge of God. We live in an era in the evangelical Church where experience trumps knowledge! Everyone wants to experience God!! Away with boring theology (they say) — let it perish with the seminaries!! Give us a fresh encounter!! Let us feel God!! Let us experience His divine touc…
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James 1:5-8 Behold the man who wavers in his faith. James likens him to the sea's great waves on a stormy day, driven by the wind and tossed (Jms. 1:6). Contrast this with the stillness of those same waters on a calm summer evening. What’s the difference? Stability!! Albert Barnes in commentating upon James 1:5-8, states the following: “The wave of…
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Acts 20:33-35 Ministry properly defined has nothing to do with being a preacher. It identifies not the words spoken, but the act of service involved, and this can be transposed across the board — waiting on tables, opening a door for another, prayer, giving (the list is endless). “Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the thin…
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Session 7 of 7 The Sanctuary Conference 2023@Cloverley Hall Click below for more information about The Sanctuary Conference: www.sanctuaryconference.org Listen to other sermons by Keith Malcomson: www.limerickcitychurch.com/
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Session 6 of 7 The Sanctuary Conference 2023@Cloverley Hall Click below for more information about The Sanctuary Conference: www.sanctuaryconference.org Listen to other sermons by Paul M. Williams: www.bethesdashalom.org/
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Session 5 of 7 The Sanctuary Conference 2023@Cloverley Hall Click below for more information about The Sanctuary Conference: www.sanctuaryconference.org Listen to other sermons by Keith Malcomson: www.limerickcitychurch.com/
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Session 4 of 7 The Sanctuary Conference 2023@Cloverley Hall Click below for more information about The Sanctuary Conference: www.sanctuaryconference.org Listen to other sermons by Stephen Riddell: www.lifeboatfellowship.com/
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Session 3 of 7 The Sanctuary Conference 2023@Cloverley Hall Click below for more information about The Sanctuary Conference: www.sanctuaryconference.org Listen to other sermons by Paul M. Williams: www.bethesdashalom.org/
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Session 2 of 7 The Sanctuary Conference 2023@Cloverley Hall Click below for more information about The Sanctuary Conference: www.sanctuaryconference.org Listen to other sermons by Keith Malcomson: www.limerickcitychurch.com/
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Session 1 of 7 The Sanctuary Conference 2023@Cloverley Hall Click below for more information about The Sanctuary Conference: www.sanctuaryconference.org Listen to other sermons by Stephen Riddell: www.lifeboatfellowship.com/
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Daniel 11:32 Stephen Riddell is an elder at The Lifeboat Fellowship, Dungannon, N. Ireland. Stephen challenges believers of the critical need to know God in these Last Days. I trust that the Lord shall minister to your heart through this word given in season.
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1 Corinthians 13 Of all the passages in the New Testament Scriptures, none are more sublime in poetical beauty that the words found in the thirteenth chapter of Paul’s First Epistle to the Corinthians. Hebrews the seventh chapter is known for its great typology; Romans the third chapter for its brilliance in logical reasoning. The second chapter of…
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Ephesians 5:15-16 As Christians, we are not always wise in the way that we walk — we live in the land of hindsight — always picking up the broken pieces! We naively walk into many landmines; we allow ourselves to be found in compromising situations because of a lack of foresight!! “A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simpl…
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Philippians 2:5-11 I fear that in our present day, we have lost the cutting edge of Christianity. The Kingdom of God no longer stands in juxtaposition to the Kingdom of Darkness — the contrasting properties of black and white have been fused into a murky grey — light and darkness into a twilight blue — we’ve lost the radical nature of conversion. I…
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Jeremiah 10:1-6 Dr. David Donovan and his wife Shirley head up a medical mission to the Niger Delta called New Foundations. In this teaching, David shares from the Word of God on a hugely important topic - The Greatness of God.
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1 Kings 18:17-20 The single greatest need of the present hour and any hour is for God to break through into the midst of His people!! It’s one thing for a man to break through — he’s had breakthroughs in all manner of varying contexts. Gunpowder in the 10th century, the compass in the 12th. The steam engine in 1712, and Refrigeration in the 1850s. …
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Hebrews 6:1-3 There are only two places in all of Sacred Scripture, where the phrase “dead works” appears. The first is in Hebrews 6:1; “Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on unto perfection; not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works, and of faith toward God (Heb. 6:1). The second comes later o…
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Colossians 3:1-5 There’s not a one of us that has not heard the familiar saying, “Where the rubber meets the road”. In all manner of varying contexts, this idiom speaks sounds aloud its truth. I think of the Olympian — the 100 m sprinter. Four long years he has poured his life into training — six hours a day, six days a week; what he eats and drink…
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Psalm 63:1-2 “A Psalm of David, when he was in the wilderness of Judah. O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee: my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is” (Ps. 63:1). David’s present physical environment was a perfect picture of how he felt inwardly. Apart from the presence of God in …
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Romans 11:11-14 “I say then, Have they stumbled that they should fall? God forbid: but rather through their fall salvation is come unto the Gentiles, for to provoke them to jealousy” (Romans 11:11). One commentator, commentating on the above said this: “It is a matter for profound regret that just as Israel refused to accept this salvation when it …
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Psalm 127:1 “Trowel and hammer, saw and plane are instruments of vanity unless the Lord be the Master-builder”. Charles Spurgeon goes on to say: “Except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.” Around the wall the sentinels pace with constant step; but yet the city is betrayed unless the unsleeping Watcher is with them. We are not …
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2 Corinthians 12:9-10 Brethren, the longer I journey in this Christian walk, the more I’m made to feel my need for grace. What is grace simply defined? The kindness of God! God’s favourable countenance towards those that can’t help themselves! Brothers and sisters, EVER I want to fall within this category!! Now I understand that to the world, weakn…
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Daniel 7:25 When the enemy encounters a Christian standing in the armour of God, he knows full well that he can’t just bring him down. He’s too strong!! “Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might. Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil” (Eph. 6:10-11). What’s he g…
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Leviticus 25:20-22 When God asks us to trust Him, seldom is it ever convenient for us to do so. As human beings we like things to be smooth and pain-free; we don’t cope too well with being inconvenienced. “So long as what’s being asked of me doesn't threaten my comfort, then I’m happy to consider it”. But when God comes asking in a matter requiring…
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