Without the might of the Lord, we’re all spiritual babies not soldiers for our Lord Jesus Christ. To wield all the spiritual weapons that God has given us in the armor of God, we need the strength and might of our Lord. This sermon teaches us how we ought to pray to this end.
This sermons talks about Spiritual warefare.
Christian Worship is primarily about worshipping God for who He is and what He has done for sinners like us. If it is entirely about Him, then we are to worship in a way that God prescribes and instructs. The Holy Spirit enables us to worship God in a way that is acceptable to Him.
How can we find God more interesting than what the world around us has to offer? Why does the Bible makes a big deal about having personal fellowship with God? How can we cultivate a healthy and a joyful communion with God throughout our life journey? Listen to the sermon to learn more on this.
How often do we pray for the Spiritual growth of our brothers and sisters? Why is the prayer for spiritual growth such a big deal in the bible than the prayers for material blessings? Why do we need to pray for God to strengthen us in our inner being (our heart and our soul) and not necessarily to gain physical strength? Listen to the sermon to learn more on Paul’s prayer.
In Christianity, for a person to grow in godliness, he doesn’t need an instruction manual. What He needs to do is to behold and embrace Christ’s love for himself daily, and that inevitably starts maturing him. It is to grow in his understanding of God’s love for himself that begins to change the heart and causes him to have basic Christian virtues.
The author in Ephesians talks about “Spiritual blessing in the heavenly places” in Eph 1:3, that Christians receive when they believe in Christ. But what does “Spiritual blessing” entail for us in Christian life, while on earth? Listen to the sermon to learn more on the salvation blessings we have as a result of Christ redeeming us.
As we continue to learn from the greatest sermon Jesus preached, He teaches us how hypocritical devotion to God is dishonoring to Him and ultimately rendering ineffective service to God and the people around. In this passage, the discourse on prayer especially emphasizes and reflects on God’s Fatherly love for His people as a motivation to pray.