The New Harvest Christian Fellowship

July

Waiting

Our living relationship with the Lord often involves waiting. Waiting for Him to answer that prayer. Waiting for Him to open that door of opportunity. Waiting for Him to show us the way to go. Waiting for Him to deliver us from our trial and suffering. The question is then, Why does God make us wait?

 

Sermon by Graham Mol

 

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Remembering What We Should Forget & Forgetting What We Should Remember

We need to understand the important distinction between conviction and condemnation. If you don’t understand this distinction, then you are probably going to spend a long time wasting a lot of energy on false guilt. Conviction, the conviction of the Holy Spirit who abides in us as God’s people, is when you feel bad for a sin that has not yet been confessed. That is the key. He convicts us until we come to that point when we confess the sin and turn from our wicked ways. Condemnation feels very similar but the difference is that it is feeling guilt over confessed sin.

 

Sermon by Calven Celliers

 

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For When I Am Weak, Then I Am Strong

 

God loves to use the weak to lead the strong. God loves to use the foolish to make the wise look foolish. The fact that God can use those whom we disqualify from the running, those who are not charismatic enough, or smart, or fit, or beautiful enough, those who are not rich or powerful enough, testifies as to how great our God is. What this tells us is that God can use you for great things in the Kingdom, no matter who you are, as long as you live a life of worship and surrender to Him.

 

Sermon by Graham Mol

 

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