‘How to make the right choices?’ by Rev. B.N. Satpathy (18th November, 2018)

Rev. B.N. Satpathy preached from Genesis 13:10-18. His theme was ‘How to make the right choices as a Christian?’ From Lot and Abraham’s life, we learn 3 basic lessons in decision-making: 1) We must make choices based on Faith. 2) We must make choices based on God’s Direction. 3) We must make choices based on God alone. Our choices should not be based on sight only, but it should be based on faith in Christ. When we make choices in God’s will, blessings will overflow in our life.

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‘Power of Intercessory Prayer’ by Mr. George Philip (11th November, 2018)

Mr. George Philip preached from Luke 11:1-13. His theme was ‘Power of Intercessory Prayer’. We as believers need to pray for others more. That is when God moves into action. We need to understand the elements of Intercessory Prayer as His follower: 1) See the need of the people. Today, many are perishing into a Christ less Eternity. Are you burdened! 2) We need to have true, willing love for the people around us. 3) It is very important to understand the pain. Intercessory Prayer is our only hope. 4) Have firm faith in God that when we pray to …

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‘Are you with JESUS?’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (4th November, 2018)

Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached from Acts 4:13,14. His theme was ‘Are you with JESUS?’ In this passage we see how Peter and John preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ with boldness. They were faithful to His call as they had an encounter with the Resurrected Savior. Today, you may be engaged with many programs, but one question remains to be answered; ‘Are you with JESUS?’ The secret is when people of God pray fervently, God answers prayer from Heaven. Please let us remember this fact that our lives should carry the aroma of Heaven. Are you around Jesus or …

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‘Can God really use me?’ by Mr. Sandeep Kumar (21st October, 2018)

Mr. Sandeep Kumar preached from Acts 9:1-6 & 10-16. His theme was ‘Can God really use your life?’ There are 4P’s we need to understand from Paul’s life that will help us to realize the fact that God can use us no matter where we are today in our spiritual life. 1) Your Past condition is no obstacle to the Lord 2) Your Present circumstances are no obstacle to the Lord 3) Your Personal characteristics are no obstacle to the Lord 4) Your Private concerns are no obstacle to the Lord. Don’t underestimate what God can do through you? It’s …

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‘Theology turned into Doxology’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani, (14th October, 2018)

Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached from Romans 11:33-36. His theme was ‘Theology turned into Doxology’. God knows everything. His knowledge is unparalleled. He has the answer to everything. Jesus is the source of every blessing in your life and He is the Glory of all Creation. Always give the Glory to Him, who is forever worthy to be praised.

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‘It is Finished’ by Rev. B.N. Satpathy (7th October, 2018)

Rev. B.N. Satpathy preached from John 19:30. His theme was ‘It is Finished’. It is not the last, but the 6th saying of Jesus Christ on the Cross of Calvary. It is not a cry of defeat, but a cry of victory. So, what is really finished/accomplished? 1) The Suffering of Christ is Over. 2) The Salvation Work is Finished. 3) The Power of Satan is Finished. Today, we don’t have to work for our Salvation, but Christ has given us freely. He has purchased us by His precious Blood on the Cross. All we have to do is have …

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‘Waiting’ by Rev. Bijoy Kumar Das (30th September, 2018)

Rev. Bijoy Kumar Das preached from Psalm 130. His theme was based on ‘Waiting’. Many Bible characters had to wait in some point of their life. There are 2 things we need to understand here: 1) Why do we have to wait!!! The 1st great reality in life is suffering. The 2nd great reality is GOD. Remember, God works through our waiting. 2. How we should wait!!! Waiting time should be an active time. It should be a time to trust in God. Let us not forget that waiting is ‘Redemption’ not ‘Suffering’.

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‘Overcoming Spiritual insensitivity and apathy’ by Rev. B.N. Satpathy, (23rd September, 2018)

Rev. B.N. Satpathy preached from Ezekiel 37:1-14. His theme was ‘Overcoming Spiritual insensitivity and apathy.’ There are 3 things we need to understand here in order to overcome spiritual insensitivity: a) Proper preaching and permeation of the Word of God b) Believing in the work of the Holy Spirit c) Believing in the promise of God that He does what He says. Stay blessed in God’s Word.

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‘Which path have you chosen?’ by Mr. J. Manna Whitson (9th September, 2018)

Mr. J. Manna Whitson preached from Matthew 7:13-14. His theme was ‘Which path have you chosen?’ Many people today opt for the broad way because man is born of sin. Let us remember, sin is not just an action, it is an attitude. Jesus himself has gone through the narrow way. He has gone through all temptations in this world. But, He always pursued Holiness. Today, He is asking us to come through the narrow way as it leads to Life Eternal. Which path have you chosen! The choice is purely yours and the consequences are yours too. Choose wisely. Be …

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‘What every Christian should do!’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani, (2nd September, 2018)

Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached from Romans 1:8-15. His theme was ‘What every Christian should be?’ Paul was the living example to us all of what a genuine christian should be! Every Christian should: 1) Be thankful: Are you truly thankful to God today! 2) Be Committed: You need to render pure, heart felt service and devotion to the Lord. 3) Be Prayerful: Does your prayer involves others? Bear each other’s burdens. 4) Be Surrendered: Always place His will over everything in your life. 5) Be Usable: Can you honestly say your life is a vessel that God can use. …

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‘Are you Serving God’s Purpose!’ by Rev. Samuel Somalingam, (26th August, 2018)

Rev. Samuel Somalingam preached from Acts 13:36. His theme was ‘Are you serving God’s Purpose in your life?’. The principles we see in David’s life applies to us as believers: 1) 1st Principle: God has a definite purpose for every person. 2) 2nd Principle: David served God’s purpose throughout his life faithfully. 3) 3rd Principle: Serving God’s purpose doesn’t mean adversities will not come. Remember, suffering within the will of God always has meaning and purpose. 4) 4th Principle: Serving God’s purpose doesn’t mean failure will not come in life. 5) 5th Principle: Whether God’s purpose is fulfilled in my …

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‘Authority of a Believer’ by Pas. Deepak Sahu (19th August, 2018)

Pas. Deepak Sahu preached from Luke 10:17-20. His theme was ‘The Authority of a Believer’. The Bible says when you accept Christ, you are His child. He has given you the power and authority to trample over the devil. Are you exercising your God-given authority? Do you recognize that as a believer in Christ, you are not ordinary. Start living in His Grace and Power. Live a victorious life in Jesus Christ.

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‘You are Valuable to God’s Kingdom’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (12th August, 2018)

Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached from Luke 19:1-10. His theme was ‘You are valuable to God’s Kingdom’. There are 3 things worth noting here: 1) Jesus notices you. He recognizes you and never forget, He is interested in you. 2) Jesus can lift you up from any situation. You just need to call upon His name. 3) Jesus wants you dearly as you are precious to Him. He is inviting us to have a personal relationship with Him. Remember, Jesus never came to condemn us, but to save us.

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‘Crucified Life’ by Rev. B.N. Satpathy (5th August, 2018)

Rev. B.N. Satpathy preached from Galatians 2:20,21. His theme was ‘Crucified Life’. In this passage, Paul talks about Spiritual Crucification. We need to remember 4 things about a Crucified life in Christ. 1) It is a suffering life. It is not a pain-free life. 2) It is a tradition-free life, but it is a transformed life. 3) It is not the old life; but a new life. We are a new creation in Christ. 4). It is not a self-centered life, but a self-less life. Christ lives in me. Never forget, Christian life is not a bed of roses; but …

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‘Arise and Go Deep’ by Mr. Chinmoy Kumar Muduli (22nd July, 2018)

Mr. Chinmoy Kumar Mudili preached from two Scripture portions. 1st was John 5:5-9 and 2nd from Luke 5:4-6. His theme was ‘Arise and go Deep’. It is based on two powerful calls given by Jesus Christ first to a man with 38 years of stagnation and hopelessness and secondly to a person who had given up due to failure. Jesus is calling us to arise from these 5 situations as we go through life: a) Fallen situations as given in Psalm 37:24. God never intends for us to stay in our fallen position; may it be sin, or failure or …

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‘Recognizing False Prophets & handling them Biblically’ by Rev. B.N. Satpathy (15th July, 2018)

Rev. B.N. Satpathy preached from Deuteronomy 13:1-8. His theme was ‘Recognizing False Prophets and dealing with them Biblically’. There are 4 Specific tests to recognize and deal with them: a). Consider their accuracy of Prophecy. See if it is fulfilled! b). Consider the teachings of Jesus. You can’t bypass Jesus and claim to know God. c). Consider their teaching of the Gospel. Do they preach the Gospel truth! d). Consider their character. What type of a person they are! How to deal with them!!! i). Test their Spirits. Is it from God! ii). Don’t listen to them unless you expose/correct …

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‘Church and Mission’ by Rev. Susanta Patra (8th July, 2018)

Rev. Susanta Patra preached from Acts 13:47. His theme was ‘Church and Mission’. In this passage, the Lord is commanding us to be a witness. His commands are firm and strict; they are terrifying and important; and it requires immediate obedience. We need to understand these 4 things: a) Our Existence – ‘I have made you’. b) Our Survival – ‘Light for the Gentiles’. c) Our Uniqueness – ‘To Bring Salvation’. d) Our Commitment – ‘Reach out to the ends of the earth’. Are we fulfilling the mission of the Lord! Let us ponder our lives.

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‘Why God allows Suffering!’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (1st July, 2018)

Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani preached from 2 Corinthians 1:1-11. His theme was ‘Why God allows suffering!’. Many times we may have asked this question, ‘Why me Lord!’. Let us remember that afflictions and hard times works for our benefit. 1) v.3-5 says that afflictions draws us closer to the Lord. The Lord never leaves us alone. 2) v.6 says that afflictions are for the benefit of others. Sometimes, God allows suffering so we can equip others. 3) v.8-10 says afflictions empties us of all self-reliance. Let us not forget that Christian life is an inter-dependent life. 4) v.11 reveals the …

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