God has called his people from all tribes, people and nations. we speak different languages but are all made in the image of God. We have much to rejoice about. Continue →
Joseph name means – May God add (or increase)
What was meant for evil in Joseph’s life, God turned it around for good.
Joseph’s life can be observed in three stages
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Summary: A concise and clear presentation of the gospel. The minimum requirement for every potential christian believer to understand. Employing the phase, journey to peace, here we have clear presentation … Continue →
Duration: 51 minutes Enoch lived a relatively short life in comparison to those of his generation – yet he pleased God. He lived a 365 life. What does it teach … Continue →
King of Peace (Talk)
Genesis 14, Hebrews 7, Hebrews 12:1-2;
Melchizedek first appears to Abram (later called Abraham) on his return from the victory over the four kings that had taken his nephew Lot captive.
Melchizedek brought Abram bread and wine and Abram offered his tithes to Melchizedek.
Melchizedek was King of righteousness and King of peace. Continue →
Duration: 37 minutes Speaker: Sam Nair Deuteronomy 2:1-3 You are created and born to fly. Sometimes in life we can get stuck, and like a God mother bird, God prompts … Continue →
The year is 2020 and the world has changed drastically with the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world. How can our faith aid us in times like this. Taking our main text from Genesis 13, we explore the life of Abram, the father of faith, and see what it teaches us in times like this. Five things you should remember in hardships Continue →
Duration: 28 Minutes (Talk given during the 2020 lockdown) Taking our text from Hebrews 11:1-3 we explore What is Faith? How does Faith affect our standing with God – make … Continue →
We follow Abram survey the land God had promised him. He builds altars and hears God speak to him again. Then famine strikes. In order to escape the famine he flees to Egypt and lies about his true relationship with Sarai in order to save his head. Ultimately, God saves him and Abram comes through this trial with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the LORD who called him. We learn that we need to speak to ourselves rather than listen to ourselves. Nor should we waste the times of famine that God uses to draw us closer to him. Continue →
We are not saved or changed by making promises to God, but by believing and acting on God’s promises to us. Taking our text from Genesis 12:1-9, we focus on the call of Abram and see how God’s spoken Word changed the life of one man who ventured to believe and act on that word. Continue →