Sermon Notes. Pentecost Sunday. Acts Chapter 2:1-4 / 14-28
Today is the Celebration of the BIRTH Day of the Church and the GIFT of the HOLY SPIRIT.
What those 120 disciples experienced on that first Pentecost Sunday in Acts Chapter 2, was not just a breeze BUT a Hurricane from Heaven. As the crucified, dead, buried JESUS was NOW gloriously and victoriously alive and Ascended to the Throne of Heaven – pours out the Holy Spirit upon the earth.
Sermon Notes: People in Prayer. Moses – Exodus 33:7 to 23
When we read the Chapter before this, Chapter 32, you’ll see that it’s frightening just how quickly the people of GOD forget the Lord and all He has done for them. They had experienced so much of GOD’S amazing goodness, so much of GOD’S saving goodness in their lives, delivering them, rescuing them from a life of slavery and hardship in Egypt.
Sermon Notes. People in Prayer (David) Psalm 51
How do you get back God’s JOY when you feel crushed and broken by sin and failure in your life?
Today we’re looking at King David who messed up in the most horrendous and heart-breaking way, by committing adultery and having an innocent man murdered – 2 Samuel Ch 11 to Ch 12.
King David is a godly man, a man after God’s own heart, a worship leader and a writer of many of the songs of the Bible, The Psalms.
Sermon Notes: People in Prayer. Esther Chapter 3 v10 – 5 v2.
Isn’t GOD so amazing and isn’t prayer so powerful?
GOD can do anything, change any situation no matter how difficult or hopeless. So let’s pray passionately.
1: All around us locally and globally, God’s people are in great pain and distress. Don’t hide your head in the sand. Get informed and get into GOD’S Presence and intercede for them.
Sermon Notes. People in Prayer. Job
Wouldn’t it be amazing if YOUR heart was captured and captivated by a fresh vision of the Greatness, the Goodness, the Majestic power and compassion of our GOD? Our hearts would be silenced in awe and in prayer like Job!
When You think of JOB, the ONE word that comes to mind is the word? Suffering!
The whole Book of Job wrestles with the question – WHY?