Dates: May 1, 2021 to May 21, 2021 (everyday)
Time: 8:00pm ADT/7:00pm EDT/4:30am (India) to 9:00pm ADT/8:00pm EDT/5:30am (India)
Zoom Connection Link – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81623639962
Week 1-The Power of Praises and Thanksgiving
Day 1-Psalm 145-I Exalt You, My God the King
Day 2-Psalm 19-The Heavens Proclaim the Glory of God
Day 3-Psalm 107-Give Thanks to the Lord for His Unfailing Love
Day 4-Psalm 103-Bless the Lord, O My Soul
Day 5-Psalm 98-Sing to the Lord a New Song
Day 6-Psalm 95-Come, Let Us Worship and Bow Down
Day 7-Psalm 150-Let Everything that Has Breath Praise the Lord
Week 2-Consecration and Anointing
Day 8- Confession & Repentance – Psalm 51
Day 9-Forgiveness & Restoration- Psalm 32
Day 10-Humbleness Philippians 2:1-18
Day 11-Holiness – Psalm 15 & Isaiah 6
Day 12-Love of God – 1 John 2; 1 Cor 13
Day 13-Fruit of the Spirit -Galatians 5:21-22; Romans 12
Day 14-Gift of the Spirit – Acts 1:8; 1 Corinthians 12
Week 3-Deliverance and Protection
Day 15-Armor of God – Ephesians 6:10-18
Day 16- Freedom from Fear – Psalm 27
Day 17-A Prayer for Protection from Enemies- Psalm 35
Day 18-The Lord Is Your Keeper- Psalm 121
Day 19-Dwelling in the Shelter of the Most High – Psalm 91
Day 20-The Conqueror’s Song of Praise and Hope – Psalm 18
Day 21- Our Stronghold- Psalm 59
Sermon Series: Strange & Weird (Life Challenges)
In this new sermon series, we will be addressing the strange & weird life challenging questions such as
- Is it strange to have fear?
- Is it strange to feel useless?
- Is it strange to get frustrated?
- Is it strange to get tempted?
- Is it strange to feel rejected?
- Is it strange to feel lonely?
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Day 1- Thanks giving and praises
- Read and meditate Psalm 95, 118, 97, 103
Day 2 – Sanctification
- Surrender (Rom12:1-2),
- Forgiveness(Ephesians 4:31,32),
- Humbleness(Phil2:3-8) &
- Holiness(1 Pet1:14-16,22)
Day 3 – Walk in God’s Love, Ephesians 5:1-7
- God’s love is perfect (1 John2:3-11)
- The Kindness of God’s love (1 Corinthians 13:4-7)
- Nothing can separate you from God’s love.(Romans 8:35, 37-39)
- God’s love is too great to fully understand.(Ephesians 3:18-19)
Day 4 – Baptism of the Holy Spirit
- Matthew 3:11
- Luke 11:13
- Acts 2:38
Day 5 – Armor of God
- Ephesians 6:10-18
Day 6 – Walk in Faith
- Hebrews 11:1-6
- Romans 1:17
Day 7 – Gifts of the Holy Spirit
- 1 Corinthians 12
Advent – A Season of Labor & Pain
Advent reminds us the coming of the Lord – the birth of Jesus, birth of Christ within us at salvation and the second coming of Jesus. The coming of the Lord reminds us the labor and pain associated with His birth into the world.
- That pain was upon the children of Israel in Egypt until a deliverer came
- It was upon Mary and Joseph as they were struggling to lodge and deliver the baby
- The pain was upon Mary and Joseph as they had to escape Herod soon after delivery
- The pain was upon the inhabitants of Bethlehem and the surrounding places as their sons below the age of 2 were killed
- The pain has been experienced by millions in the form of persecution as they choose to have Christ born in their lives
- That pain is upon the world today as the world is getting ready for His coming
- Even during His second coming, the pain and the terror are going to be experienced by those who reject Jesus
Advent is a time to remember the labor and pain associated with His coming. Advent is also
- Advent – A season of Expectant Joy
- Advent – A season of Hope for tomorrow We will talk about these in the next two weeks
Advent – A season of Expectant Joy
Advent reminds us the coming of the Lord – the birth of Jesus, birth of Christ within us during salvation and the second coming of Jesus. Advent is the season of expectant joy and let the source of joy be Christ alone. This joy comes to you by knowing your relationship with Jesus. Today, you may be missing some of your dear ones who may not be with you right now.
During Advent, your expectant joy is obtained by knowing that Christ is
- more than a brother for you.
- more than a friend for you
- more than your mother for you.
- more than your father for you.
- more than your husband for you
- the high priest in heaven.
Call Jesus – dear brother, dear friends, dear mother, dear father, dear husband and dear high priest. You will be filled with the everlasting joy.
Advent – A Season of Hope for Tomorrow
Advent is a season of hope for tomorrow. We have our hope on Lord Jesus Christ because,
1. He is Sovereign – Advent reminds us that Jesus is Sovereign, He works beyond our limitations, there is nothing that could stop Him and nothing that could ever surprise Him
2. He is a Hope Giver – When hopelessness and despair abounds around us, Advent reminds us to look at the one who gives us hope for tomorrow
3. He is the God of Tomorrow – If we really observe Advent, we will lose sight from our today’s limitations and put our hope on the God of tomorrow.