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Are we full and overflowing with the presence of God? A Pentecost Sermon
This is a talk I have put together using a variety of Bible passages, visuals and video clips that thinks about how we need to be overflowing with rather than just being full of and content with the presence of … Continue reading
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The One Where Obeying God Appeared to Make No Sense
So, Philip had been in town a few weeks and it had been an amazing time. He had been honest with people about his faith and lots of people had turned to follow Jesus. Philip was really excited, things were going … Continue reading
Posted in Being honest about our faith, change, discipleship, do not be afraid, Faith, Following Jesus, Listening to God, trust Tagged acts 8, follow Jesus, follow Jesus consistently, obedience to God, philip and the Ethiopian, proverbs 3 5-6, risk take chances, trust God, trust in God, trust in the lord, trusting even when things go wrong, whole life discipleship Leave a comment