Lose Your Life To Save It | Discipleship

Lose your life to save it, what does that mean? What does it take to be a true disciple of Jesus Christ? I have heard people telling that “You accept Jesus Christ, come to church, take baptism and you are on the right track of following Jesus”, for instance. Indeed this is very true, however, Christianity is not just baptism and coming to church or is there something more required of it? Most likely, we have all heard the phrase “Little drops of water make Continue reading →

New Year Sermon | Positioned For Purpose | Esther 4:14

Do you believe that whatever phase of life we are at, we are positioned for purpose? Esther 4:14 My dear brethren, I greet you in the name of Jesus. Well, in a few minutes we are going to say goodbye to this year and a great year is awaiting us so, let’s thank God for this year. Indeed through it all God has been faithful. Seasons have come and gone but God has been good to us. After all, God is the same yesterday, today, Continue reading →

Doing What God Has Called You To Do | Kingdom Builders 2

Do what God has called you to do. God has a great plan for each of us. Today, I want to talk to you about a wall builder called Nehemiah. He is in the palace of the Persian king serving as a cup-bearer. His brother came to visit him and informs Nehemiah that the city of Jerusalem is destroyed and its walls remain in ruins. Nehemiah 1:1-4 1 The words of Nehemiah son of Hakaliah: In the month of Kislev in the twentieth year, while Continue reading →

Pursue Your Purpose | Nehemiah 1 | Kingdom Builders 1

What is your purpose? How do you pursue your purpose? People around the world find themselves facing the greatest struggles of their lives today. People are squeezed financially by rising costs, unemployment is on the high, and then the fears of a national recession. On the other side, there is corruption, suicide, atrocities against women and the struggles are just increasing. People individually are going through challenges; relationship problems, emotional challenges, physical illness, and spiritual dryness. These are tough times. From the kingdom perspective, the Continue reading →

Giving Thanks | Thanksgiving Sermon

Today we are celebrating thanksgiving for this year that God has blessed us with. Shakespeare said, “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child.” “Ingratitude, thou marble-hearted fiend.” Even Shakespeare recognized what it is to have ingratitude. GIVING THANKS Ephesians 5:18-20 18Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. Instead, be filled with the Spirit, 19speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit. Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord, 20always Continue reading →

What should motivate our worship? | Passion Week

What should motivate our worship? People have various reasons or motivations why they come to worship God. Most of the time it is their own needs and reason that motivates them. What is your motive in worshiping God today? Will you serve and praise him even when things are going not as you expect in your life? This is the final week of the earthly ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ, also called the Passion Week. The end of this week is the cross and Continue reading →

The Rising Sun | Christmas Sermon

Luke 1:67-79 Introduction Once we went as a family to Pondicherry for vacation. Pondicherry is towards the east coast of India. Early morning if you happen to go to the beach you can see the sunrise there. The rising sun is so beautiful to look at. The sun breaks upon the darkness of night and brightens up the day. The rising sun dispels the darkness. Well, Jesus Christ came as the promised Messiah some 2000 years ago. He came to dispel the darkness of sin Continue reading →

The Sign | Christmas Sermon

Before we start I would like to ask, what could be the greatest sign of all “The sign”? Well, Some say the first flight by the Wright brothers was one of the greatest inventions, while others say the invention of the computer and the internet revolutionized the world. But what I would say the greatest wonder in human history is the virgin birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. And certainly, this is much beyond human comprehension. The virgin birth is so true that the sign Continue reading →

Knowing Christ | Christmas Sermon

What could be more important than knowing Christ in our Christian life? Joke One Christmas Eve two guys were at a bar and after a while, they started chatting with one another. One guy said, “Where are you from?” The other replied, “I am from Frazer Town, Bangalore.” The first guy said, “Really! I am from Frazer Town too.” “What high school did you attend?” The second guy said, “Lincoln High School.” “Are you kidding me? I went to Lincoln too! What year did you Continue reading →