‘What God desires of us?’ by Rev. Ayub Chhinchani (Passion Week), Monday, 26th March, 2018

Rev. Ayub Chhinchani preached from Mark 11:12-14 on occasion of Passion Week (Monday) Worship. His theme was ‘What God desires of us?’ There are two things we see here: God’s Love and mercy and His anger/rudeness. We see the hypocrisy of this tree as it attracted people, but had no fruit in it. If we have no fruit in our Christian walk, then we are not matured enough. Remember, fruit is the only evidence of a transformed life in Christ. The Lord is looking for fruit in the lives of His people. The Lord is looking for fruit in His …

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‘Are you following Jesus in Truth!’ by Rev. Songram Keshari Singh (Palm Sunday), 25th March, 2018

Rev. Songram Keshari Singh preached from Luke 19:28-48 on this Palm Sunday afternoon Odia Service. His theme was ‘Are you following Christ in Truth!’ Friends, we may say we are following Jesus; but are we like the crowd that were with Jesus as He entered Jerusalem! They were shouting ‘Hosanna in the Highest’ that day, but few days later, they shouted in unison ‘Crucify Him’. Is our life in tune with God! If not, let us retrospect and be on the same track with Jesus. Let us set our priorities right. Let’s live with a mandate to Glorify Him always …

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‘What happens when Jesus steps in your life!’ by Rev. B.N. Satpathy (Palm Sunday), 25th March, 2018

Rev. B.N. Satpathy preached from Mark 11:1-10. His theme was ‘What happens when Jesus steps into someone’s life!’ He stressed on the 4 main characters of Palm Sunday that day. They were Jesus Christ, His followers, the crowd and the Donkey. On that day, the donkey was a key instrument in the ministry of Christ. There are basically two things that happen when Jesus steps into a life: a). He/she would understand that God has a special plan for your life. When you come to Him in faith, He will untie/release you. b). The Lord will make you humble and …

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“3 things Jesus expects of believers after His Resurrection” by Rev. Subhash Dongerdive (Resurrection Sunday Odia), 16th April, 2017

Rev. Subhash Dongerdive spoke from John 21:1-17. His theme was ‘What Jesus expects of us of His Resurrection!’ Rev. Subhash made it very clear that Creation, Redemption and Resurrection; these 3 are inter-related themes in God’s Work of Salvation. There are 3 things Jesus expects from believers of His Resurrection: a). We must believe in the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. b). We must be faithful and loyal to His call. He is asking us today; can I count on you! c). We need to be a Witness of our Resurrected Savior. We are His messengers; Holy spirit works in them

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“The Resurrection of Jesus is the proof of our Resurrection” by Rev. Subhash Dongerdive (Resurrection Sunday English), 16th April, 2017

Rev .Subhash Dongerdive spoke from 1 Corinthians 15:1-23. His theme was “The Resurrection of Jesus Christ is the proof of our Resurrection.” Creation, Redemption and Resurrection; these 3 are inter-related themes in God’s Work of Salvation. The Cross and Resurrection has to do with Salvation. But, the idea of Salvation can never be understood without understanding what God was doing in Creation. Jesus is the first fruit of Resurrection. We will be the 2nd fruits of Resurrection. One who dies believing in Jesus will be raised again.

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“Where was Jesus on Saturday!” by Rev. Subhash Dongerdive (Holy Saturday Service), 15th April, 2017

Rev. Subhash Dongerdive was speaking this Holy Saturday evening from 1 Peter 3:1-18. His theme was ‘Where was Jesus on Saturday!’ There are 3 places which he visited on this day: a). Jesus was in Paradise on Saturday (Luke 23:43). Paradise is a place of true bliss b). Jesus visited and ministered to the Spirits in Prison (1 Pet 3:19-20) c). He went to Hades. As Christians, we should look at Life after Death. You choose and choose now. Tomorrow will be too late. Choose Paradise/Hades!

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“Women around the Cross” by Rev. Subhash Dongerdive (Special Women’s Meet), 15th April, 2017

Rev. Subhash Dongerdive spoke on this Special meeting for the ladies on Holy Saturday from various scriptures. His theme was ‘Women around the Cross’. There were 3-stages we see: a). Women far from the Cross of Jesus b). Women sitting near to the tomb c). Women entering inside the tomb. Have you truly met Him. Have you ever witnessed about the Risen Savior! Let us not keep that distance from Jesus. Come to JESUS.

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“7 Words of Jesus on the Cross” by Rev. Subhash Dongerdive (Good Friday Odia), 14th April, 2017

Rev. Subhash Dongerdive spoke from Luke 23:32-47. His theme was ‘7 Words of Jesus on the Cross of Calvary’. They are: 1) Father, forgive them for they know not what they are doing 2) Today, you will be with me in Paradise 3) Behold Thy mother 4) My God, My God why have you forsaken me! 5) I thirst. (It was a physical thirst more than anything else) 6) It is Finished. Work of Salvation is done once for all 7) Father, into your hands; I commit my Spirit. Remember the 7 Words of Jesus on the Cross. Stay rooted …

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“7 Words of Jesus on the Cross” by Rev. Subhash Dongerdive (Good Friday English), 14th April, 2017

Rev. Subhash Dongerdive spoke from Isaiah 53:1-5. His theme was ‘7 Words of Jesus on the Cross of Calvary’. They are: 1) Father, forgive them for they know not what they are doing 2) Today, you will be with me in Paradise 3) Behold Thy mother 4) My God, My God why have you forsaken me! 5) I thirst. It was a Physical thirst more than anything 6) It is Finished. Work of Salvation is done once for all 7) Father, into your hands; I commit my Spirit. Take this message of Jesus and share it to a lost & …

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“The 3 Commandments” by Rev. Subhash Dongerdive (Maundy Thursday Service), 13th April, 2017

Rev. Subhash Dongerdive spoke from John 13:1-15. His theme was ‘3 Commandments of Jesus’, he gave to His disciples and to us. a). Wash each other’s feet (Do Service to people in love & unity) b). Do this in Remembrance of Me as I am the Passover Lamb c). Love one another as I have loved you. You need to obey His Commands if you want to be a leader in God’s Kingdom.

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“Picture of a True Christian” by Rev. Ayub Chhinchani (Spy Wednesday Service), 12th April, 2017

Rev. Ayub Chhinchani spoke from Mark 14:3-9. His theme was ‘Picture of a True Christian’. There are 4 signs of a True Christian: a). A True Christian makes an investment for Eternity b). If you truly serve the Lord, accept criticism. Take it in right vein c). A good Christian does right with everybody. He has integrity d). He does what he could and what God expects from him. God bless you all.

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“Fake/Duplicate Christian” by Rev. B.N. Satpathy (Holy Tuesday Service), 11th April, 2017

Rev. B.N. Satpathy spoke from Matthew 26:14-16. His theme was ‘Fake/Duplicate Christian’, where he spoke about Judas Iscariot, the one who betrayed Jesus Christ. Who are Fake Christians! a). They have Spiritual background, but no experience of Salvation b). They have Spiritual privileges, but to no avail c). They are Earthly and Carnal d). They don’t show Godly remorse, but are doomed to hell. Are you hardening your heart today like Judas! Repent and Believe.

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“Which King do you want!” by Mr. Sushil Kumar Deep (Palm Sunday Odia), 9th April, 2017

Mr. Sushil Kumar Deep spoke from Matthew 21:1-11 on this Palm Sunday afternoon Service. His theme was ‘Which King do you want!’ The same question arises today as it did then. In which crowd you want to be in! a). Those who praised Him on Palm Sunday, but shouted Crucify Him on Good Friday or; b). Those who trusted and believed on His Majesty! Choice is yours!

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“Live for the King” by Pastor Deepak Sahu (Palm Sunday English), 9th April, 2017

Pastor Deepak Sahu spoke from 2 portions on this Palm Sunday. 1st was from 1 Cor 15:1-4 and 2nd was from 2 Cor 5:21. His theme was ‘Live for the King’. Do you truly believe on the Word of God! That is the foremost thing, to believe fully on the Gospel. If you do so, have you put on the robe of Righteousness! Time to retrospect.

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