Part of the New Age spiritualist movement is grounded in the faith and practice, so it is widely believed by its practitioners, in Buddhism. This is not the case, both in Buddhism itself or in its standing in the truth of the cosmic worldview, according to the inspired view of its creator. The preacher opens the door, in prayer to the Living God, in order to find out more.
After sermons about our position in biblical history and attitude towards the Kingdom of God, what better way to resume a journey than by checking for the right direction to take us forward? In short, a return to the simple gospel. Watch too for a physical representation of how to overcome the incoming tide, all for the glory of God :-)
What, on the surface and in the current times and climes, is a difficult subject to broach, is actually relatively easy when viewed through the authoritative lens of the Holy Bible. Controversially, after years of study, experience and claimed inspiration form God, this preacher humbly shares his opinion and belief with regard to the inspired nature of the Koran too.
Continuing the theme of looking at our position, Biblically, historically, relatively, and following on from the bold proclamation of this preacher and co founder of the Church of Carpe Crucis, a look at YOU, for a change, in Jesus's name.
Um, well, yeah. I am checking to evaluate and refute or validate this. I know God has told me who I am, but there are, well, implications.
The first of a two part sermon on a number of connected issues;-
Is it the least favourite topic in the church because it causes us to become aware of our responsibility? Whatever the reason, it is the foundation of our belief. Repent and receive, in the name of Jesus.
An exploration of the powerful themes of Ephesians 5.
He is all around us, in us, through us. He is everlasting. All knowing, all seeing. His goodness is what defines Him. All praise, honour and glory to the Living God, Yahweh, Yeshua. Called to preach at Maraitae, about 40kms south east of Auckland. The last full sermon of 2019.
Michael Robert Jackson was baptised in the name of Jesus in 2012, after a forty year walk in the wilderness, ten years after he first came to Christ. He is the least of God's children.