Faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the word of God.
Thanksgiving Service

Thanksgiving Service

Nov 2016 - Nov 2018
Sermons in this series
Sun, Nov 05, 2017
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23 mins 52 secs
Throughout the Bible, we can see the importance of helpers towards the fulfillment of God’s purpose and plans for individuals and nations. All the heroes of the Bible were people who relied on others to succeed in all their endeavours. Abraham did not single-handedly deliver Lot, his nephew, from the people who abducted him. Rather, he had the support of 318 people that belonged to his household to overcome Lot’s abductors and set him free (Gen. 14:11-16). Moses did not single-handedly deliver the Israelites from captivity in Egypt. God provided Aaron, his brother, to help him in his mission (Exodus 4:13-16). When he complained to God about the burden of being solely responsible for leading the Israelites during their wilderness journeys, God raised up seventy of the elders of Israel to help him (Numbers 11:10-17). David also did not single-handedly achieve great success as a military leader and become the king of Israel. God raised up several men of valour who volunteered their services and helped him to take over the throne of Israel (1 Chron. 11-12).
Sun, Nov 06, 2016
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52 mins 50 secs
The sin of disobedience to God creates a gulf between the sinner and God that must be removed if the blessings of God would be experienced. People normally disobey God because they think that their interests are better served by choosing to do their own will or the will of others. The Israelites had routinely disobeyed the commands of Word right from the time of their forefathers and this had prevented them from experiencing the blessings of God.
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