Prayer – Week 1
Prayer is a challenging thing: for the rest of our lives we are going to be wresting and learning how to pray because prayer is about a relationship with God. Its about knowing Him thorugh his Word, his presence, through talking to Him – it’s a relationship with a person.
The intimate affections of the heart
The Gospel is not a matter of what we say, but of life. It is rightly recieved when the message of Jesus takes possesion of the most intimate affections of the heart. Do we go that far? Is God in there? All the way in? That’s the challenge before us: the power of the Gospel’s should inspire the whole man body, soul and spirit: he wants us to be wholly His.
The day of pentecost
Get out of the courtroom
Love in action
To keep the fires of faith burning
The Fire Is For Passion
Coming to the altar
An altar is a place where the divine and human interact: it is a doorway into heaven; its that place where, throughout the old testament, people encountered the power and the presence of God. It’s a place of reconnecting to God, and a memorial of the things he has done.
Thriving in prayer
Prayer has to be our number one priority – The only way that we will see the gifts of the spirit released and free in our church is when people thrive in their personal relationship of prayer and personal devotion to our King and our Lord and our Saviour Jesus Christ.