A bible study revealing the nature of God’s love for us
Pastor David explains why God wants His children to be prosperous
The conclusion of the bible study illustrating the nature of God’s love for us
Do we have to plead or beg God to get him to answer us? The answer is revealed during this teaching
An encouragement concerning how much more loved we are now we are saved
Did God predestine Esau to fail, did He really hate Esau? Pastor explains this common misconception
The ‘rest of God’ is a promise to the children of God but are all his children experiencing it? Instead are we burdened and heavy laden? Are we doing everything in our own strength? Pastor David shows us, through the Word, what the ‘rest of God’ is and how we can enter that rest.
Did a loving God give Paul a thorn in the flesh to humble him? Did Paul have a secret sin? What exactly is the ‘thorn in the flesh’ spoken of in 2 Corinthians 12:7? The Word of God is clear about what it is despite the various thoughts on the matter, what God says about the thorn and what our response, as Christians, should be to it.
Pastor David uses the example of the Canaanite woman who asked Jesus to deliver her daughter from an evil spirit (Matt 15:22-28) as an encouragement to continue in faith for answered prayer, even when it looks like your answer is tarrying.
Whatever you allow in your life to carry on stays. When you have had enough things can begin to change. This teaching shows us why and how to speak to problems that come our way.
Apostle Paul gave up everything for Christ, not at a time when his earthly life was going wrong but when he was at his peak – a Pharisee of the Pharisees with many accolades. Why did he do this? This teaching challenges us to look to the heavenly rewards and leave the past behind.
Did you know that you are already healed? Did you know that legally, sickness has no right to stay in your body? In Isaiah 53 we explore how Jesus’s suffering enacted our right to be healed from all sickness and disease. Listen to this teaching and legally claim what is rightfully yours.