Rev. Songram Keshari Singh preached on the theme ‘Let us offer our Worship’ from John 9:5-7 and 13-18. This is a continuation of the series on the miracle of the man born blind. It is one thing to know the Lord, but do we worship Him with truth? Let us retrospect our lives in the light of His Word.
Rev. Bijoy Kumar Das preached on the theme ‘The mind of Christ’ from 1 Corinthians 2:6-16. Why is He do mindful of us? He loves us and cares for us. Do we live a life that is worthy of living? Do we have the mind of Christ? Time to retrospect as we embark on an unknown journey in 2020.
Rev. Songram Keshari Singh preached on the theme ‘Are you healed spiritually?’ from John 9:1-7 & 24-25. In this passage, we see the physical healing as one of the miracles of Jesus recorded in the Gospel of John. But, the bigger picture is are you healed spiritually today? Are you cleansed by His blood? Time to retrospect.
Rev. Sunil Kar preached on the theme ‘Hindrances to God’s people towards His plan and purpose’ from 3 portions in the book of Exodus. They are Exodus 8:28, 10, 11,24 and 12:31. The focus was on chapters 8-12. Many a times when we try to meditate on His Word and do His work, Satan distracts us and leads us away from Him. We need to trust God in every situation to work and fulfill His mission.
Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached on theme ‘Running to win the Christian race’. There are 5 D’s we need to remember in order to win the Christian race: a) Dissatisfaction: Are you dissatisfied with your spiritual life? Keep growing everyday in the Lord. b) Devotion: You need to be completed devoted to your calling in the Lord. c) Direction: Turn in the right direction and look forward; not just reflect on your past glories/failures. d) Determination: Be determined to achieve greater heights spiritually. e) Discipline: You need to discipline your life everyday to glorify your Creator.
Mr. G.S.P. Dhas preached on the theme ‘Look back and look forward’ from Deuteronomy 8:10-18. As we look back on the year gone by, let us thank Him for His grace. We need to recognize Him as our Savior and our everything as we look forward to a new year.
Mr. Asish Swalsingh preached on the theme ‘The Shepherd and the Sheep’ from Psalm 23. In this 6 verses, we find the 3 roles of the Shepherd for the Sheep. 1) The encouraging role of the shepherd for the sheep for his name sake. (v.1-3) 2) The entertaining role of the shepherd for the sheep through his service sake. (v.4-5) 3) The establishing role of the shepherd for the sheep through his promise sake (v.6).
Mr. Chinmoy Muduli preached on the theme ‘Defining God’s glory and its dimensions’ from John 11:1-6. There are 3 dimensions we need to look at which we see in this passage. 1. God’s timing is different from our timing. 2. God’s purposes are always different from ours. 3. God’s processes are different from ours too. We need to see the 4 steps how God derives His glory from our lives! a) He will always do things in His schedule. b) Where God leads, Satan follows. c) He calls us to use what is in our hand. d) He calls us …
Rev. Songram Keshari Singh preached on the theme ‘Jesus is always faithful’ from John 6:15-21. This is a continuation of the miracles series of Jesus Christ. In this passage, we see how the disciples were frightened, but Jesus calmed them. He showed them He is even the Master of the Tempest. No matter whatever comes in our life, if we trust Him, He will carry us through because He is always faithful.
Mr. J. Manna Whitson preached on the theme ‘Are you prepared for life after death?’ This passage tells us an important truth on our Eternal Destiny. Where will you spend your Eternity? It depends on what you do with Christ today? Choose wisely and live for the Glory of God at all times.
Mr. Paresh Das preached on the theme ‘Have you put on Christ?’ from Matthew 22:1-14 & Romans 13:14. What are you wearing today? Are you dressed up in the garment the Lord has provided? The garment of Righteousness. Are you willing to obey Him fully? Put on the Lord Jesus Christ before it is too late. It is time to live for the Lord and be a witness.
Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached on the theme ‘Do not lose heart’ from 2 Corinthians 4:16-18. In this wonderful passage, Paul explains how to serve the Lord with Passion! This message is in English. There are 3 things we see here from Paul’s exhortation: a) An Incredible Statement (16 a): Paul is saying whatever comes my way, I will not faint or lose heart in the Lord. b) A Familiar Struggle (16 b): Paul says “though our outward man perish”. The reason it is so easy for us to lose heart is that the “outer man” is “perishing”. c) A …
Dr. Steven Maxwell preached on the theme ‘Are you bearing fruit!’ from John 2:13-17. Please let us remember that God’s house is to be called a House of Prayer. Are we right with God today? There are 3 things the Lord wants to see in us: They are Goodness, Righteousness and Truth. Pray for things that you want to see. and remember, without Prayer, nothing is possible!
Rev. Songram Keshari Singh preached on the theme ‘Miracles happen when Jesus appears on the scene’ from John 6:1-13. The significance of this miracle is that it talks much about Jesus. There are 4 things about Jesus Christ we see in this passage. 1. He is the unchanging God; who is able to meet our every need. 2. Jesus satisfies everyone who comes to Him in faith. 3. He can do something for everybody. There is no partiality with Christ. 4. Christ is sufficient for every age. Come to Him before time runs out.
Rev. J. Isaac Gyanagurusekharan preached on the theme ‘Broken to break hearts’ from Luke 22:54-62 & Acts 2:37-38. There are 4 things that we see here: 1. Broken but Repented. Peter’s life before and after denial of Jesus. 2. Backslidden but Reassured by Christ. Only true love and compassion can begin to heal the brokenhearted. 3. Built and filled (Acts 1:8, 2:4). You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you. Being filled with the Holy Spirit means you will be witnesses for the Lord. 4. Bold and Witnessed. Peter raised his voice and proclaimed. To defend and …
Mr. Swarup Singh preached on the theme ‘3 mistakes Elimelech and Naomi did’ from Ruth 1:1-5. Their 3 mistakes were: Unbelief: Not trusting on the Providence of God. Elimelech walked by sight, not by faith. He measured on the physical, not on the Spiritual. Deception: trying to cover up your mistakes. Naomi was trying to cover up. Many times we try to rationalize and deceive ourselves. Bitterness: blaming God for your trials. It clouds our vision so we are not able to see what God is doing behind the scenes. Let us never forget, God is at work. We need …
Rev. Samuel Somalingam preached on the theme ‘Wait & hope in the Lord’ from Lamentations 1:1-3 & John 1:5. Amidst all the pain and darkness, there is always hope in the Lord. Jeremiah remembers 4 things and hopes in… a) God’s Love b) God’s Compassion c) God’s Faithfulness d) God’s Salvation. Waiting teaches us dependence on God.
Rev. Songram Keshari Singh preached on the theme ‘Faith triumphs over works’ from John’s Gospel the 5th chapter; the passage was John 5:1-14. Faith is key to receive miracles from God. Are we walking in faith or are we trusting on others?
Mr. Ashok Vedanaigham preached on the theme ‘Cut loose to be of use’ from Matthew 21. In order to be used by the Lord, we need to surrender our all to Him. We need to cut loose from… a) Love of money b) Hypocrisy c) Pride d) Disobedience e) Bad Stewardship. Let us be usable to the Lord. That is the greatest privilege ever.
Er. Sandeep Kumar preached on the theme ‘Unashamed’ from Acts 17:22-31. This is the famous Pauline sermon delivered at Mars Hill to the Athenian crowd. There are 3 powerful truths that we can learn from this message delivered by Paul: 1) You will never reach out until you feel the pressure in your own soul. 2) You need to be sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit. You need to bridge the gap and work within their framework. 3) Remember; that Christianity is not a religious perspective in Paul; it is God’s self-disclosure in Jesus Christ. The early church …