Enduring The Corona Scare

Enduring The Corona Scare | James 5:7-11 All of us experience trouble in one way or another. Trials are a part of life. Everything from a flat tire to the death of a loved one, and everything in between conceivable hits our lives. Job said in Job 5:7 Man is born to trouble as surely as sparkly fly upward. Jesus said in John 16:33 In this world you will have trouble. How do we endure the corona scare? Today, I want to tell you the Continue reading →

Wisdom in Trials

Introduction: Are you going through a problem in your life? How to have wisdom in trials? Every trial that comes our way has a purpose and instead of reasoning out or battling with someone for what you are going through, there is a way to respond and come out of it stronger. Indeed, we have guidelines in the Bible on how to endure them to get the best out of trials. YouTube sermon on how to face trials? Open your Bibles to the epistle of Continue reading →

Why Trials

Introduction: Open your bible to James 1. This is a section of scripture that is filled with so much hope for those of us who go through trouble. James 1:2-4 2Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds, 3because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. 4Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything. James 1:12 Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood Continue reading →

The Power of Prayer.

Points Covered: A very practical sermon on the power of prayer based on James 5.  What happens when we pray? Click for a sermon on ‘How to Pray?’ James 5:13-18 13Is anyone among you in trouble? Let them pray. Is anyone happy? Let them sing songs of praise. 14Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord. 15And the prayer offered in faith will make the Continue reading →

How to face trials?

Points Covered: How to face trials? How to be patient in trials? Purpose of Job’s suffering? A gem cannot be polished without friction, nor a man perfected without trials. Lucius Annaeus Seneca All of us experience trouble in one way or another. Trials are a part of life. Everything from a flat tire to the death of a loved one, and everything in between conceivable hits our lives. Job said in Job 5:7 Man is born to trouble as surely as sparkly fly upward. Jesus Continue reading →

Knowing God’s Will. James 4:13-17

Click for the first part of this sermon Introduction: Do you realize that God has a specific will for every area of your life? The decisions you zare making today are the decisions you are going to be tomorrow, 2 years from now, and 10 years from now. So the decisions we make are very important. That decision that you are waiting to make, that desire of yours; God has a plan about it and God wants to help you make those decisions. Parents, you Continue reading →

The folly of ignoring God’s will. James 4:13-15

How to know the will of God in my life? Introduction: Is it your strong desire to do God’s will? Do you find yourself praying the disciples’ prayer, Jesus taught us to pray, “Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name, Thy kingdom come…and then He said this Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” Does doing the will of God that come easy for you? A Christian is a person basically committed to doing the will of God. Jesus Continue reading →

The Transforming Friendship! James 4:1-10

Points Covered: The transforming friendship is the friendship with God. God is our best friend. Read this blog to know more on friendship with God… Sermon series on James Introduction: We all have friends in life. A good friend can benefit you in lifting your-esteem and help you to be the best person you can be. We are so careful in choosing a friend, isn’t it? Likewise we need to have the right spiritual friendship to lead a good Christian life. Well, I want to bring Continue reading →

Guard your Words -2 James 3:1-12

Points Covered: This sermon talks 5 reasons we must control our tongue. Control your tongue because it has the potential to condemn, potential to control, potential to destroy, full of poison, and practices double standards. Click for part 1 of this sermon Illustration: Winston Churchill exemplified integrity and respect in the face of opposition. During his last year in office, he attended an official ceremony. Several rows behind him two gentlemen began whispering. “That’s Winston Churchill.” “They say he is getting senile.” “They say he should Continue reading →

Guard Your Words. James 3:1-5

Points covered: This post speaks to us the importance of our words. Guard your words because your tongue has the potential to control you and condemn you. Click for part 2 of this sermon Joke: Once four worship team members went for a vacation. One evening they decided to tell each other their biggest sins. The guitarist said, “Well, it’s kind of embarrassing, but my big temptation is that I never pray. My sin is worse,” said the pianist. “It’s gambling. One Saturday instead of going Continue reading →