Jesus made this pronouncement as part of His sermon on the mount – the Beatitudes. It goes on to say…”for they shall see God” (Matt. 5:8). Everyone wants to be blessed and happy, but the truth is not everyone is willing to live a life led by God. This message will encourage us to live a pure life before God.

For some people love is giving someone a bouquet of roses. For others, love is when we participate in sexual activities. However, from a practical standpoint, we can give roses to someone and yet we do not genuinely love that person. Someone can engage in sexual activity, and yet have no love for that person. We can say seductive, and enticing words to someone and yet our actions and our words do not indicate that we love that person.

This message will outline what love really is and describe the surprising relationship between love and the power of God… please give a listen. This message will transform your relationships with others and with God Himself!

1 Corinthians 1:4 I always thank my God for you and for the gracious gifts he has given you, now that you belong to Christ Jesus.

Once we belong to Jesus Christ, God desires to give us gracious gifts. We don’t have to wonder if God wants to give us spiritual gifts. He does however have a specific purpose for giving us these gifts. Listen to this message to find out how you can become equipped to be used by God.

“As the lightning flashes in the east and shines to the west, so it will be when the Son of Man comes... And then at last, the sign that the Son of Man is coming will appear in the heavens, and there will be deep mourning among all the peoples of the earth. And they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.” Matt. 24: 27-30

Why is Jesus coming back? Where will this second coming occur? Will Jesus be coming back by Himself? Are you ready for His return? Give a listen to this message for answers….

In Bible days, treasures were concealed in clay jars, which had little value or beauty and did not attract attention to themselves and their contents. In Paul’s letter to the Corinthians he describes humanity as mere frail and unworthy earthen vessels yet “containers” of the all-surpassing power of God.

Because we are earthen vessels, it might be very difficult for us to accept or imagine that God desires to live in us through Jesus Christ. This message will describe the attributes of the Holy Spirit and God’s plan to live inside of us.

This is a follow-up on the first message entitled – Are you a follower of Jesus Christ? Although challenging a word… its input in our lives will make us grow deeper in Christ.

An Instagram follower is a user who follows your Instagram account and is able to see, like, and comment on any photo you post. There is no commitment on a short term, long term or eternal basis. At each point you simply like or dislike. A true follower of Jesus Christ however, does not simply like or dislike what they see or hear about Jesus, a true follower does not have that choice. This message will challenge you and help you to evaluate if you are a true follower of Jesus Christ.

Did you know that experts indicate that we may have anywhere between 50,000 to 70,000 thoughts in a single day? Can you remember even half of those from yesterday? One thing is for sure, our thoughts can get the “better” of us sometimes. Can we control our thoughts? If yes, how? This message gives us some insights into answers to these questions.

And at midnight Paul and Silas prayed and sang praises unto God and the prisoners heard them (Acts 16:25). Singing praises and being in prison do not sound like they belong in the same sentence, do they? Well we hope and pray that this message will open your eyes to the power that is available to you when you pray to and praise God.

We live in a world in which there are not many men who are Godly representatives of what Godly fathers should be like. This message looks at the life of a man named Cornelius. A man who was compassionate to the poor and how God took note of what he did. Let’s give a listen to find out more.