Sermons on John
Last Sunday Corrie posed the question, “Am I Love?” and Pastor Jesse helps us use the classic investigative questions by searching God’s Word for answers.
Fruit grows, process that begins when we get saved; evidence of Divine Nature as we become supernaturally natural. God is Faithful. I Cor. 10:13; II Thessalonians 3:3; Hebrews 10:23; I John 1:9; John 14: 2-3; Lamentations 3: 22-23; Revelation 19:11; Proverbs 25: 18
The Holy Spirit permanently indwells us, teaches us, reminds us, comforts us, guides us in truth, convicts us of sin, enables us to bear much fruit, heals us, and empowers us.
Testimony: Joy Do you believe in the Promise of the Father? Who is the Holy Spirit? I Corinthians 1: 3; 8:6 Ephesians 4: 4-6 Romans 15: 6
At sundown Sept. 9, we cross over into a new season (Jewish year 5779) and we need to understand what God is doing so we can partner with Him. Pastor Jesse refers to the Elijah List reposted here: http://www.wellsvillefullgospel.org/the-elijah-list/
If you want to find out what is important in life, talk to someone facing eternity. John 4: 37 Keep planting seeds. Galatians 6: 9 Don’t get discouraged and quit; we don’t know what is going on in someone else’s heart.
John 6: 1-10 Ministry is not plotted; it happens where you are. Ezekiel’s Valley of Dry Bones; he doesn’t try to tell God how or waht to do. People are looking for magic. god is looking for our participation to meet a need. God is not limited by what we have. God’s Provision is not a pie chart but a river.
Jesus was willing to 1) touch people Matt. 8: 1-4 2) look at people Luke 19: 1-10 3) listen to people John 4: 7-27 You cannot do life together one day a week; what do you compartmentalize in life and what do you do together? Luke 11: 1 prayer John 5: 19