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|Flicker to Flame||Lee Tilbury|| |
|Do you have gifts, talents or desires for God’s work, but need the Holy Spirit to help you find the courage and boldness in using them or acting on them? In his letter to the Corinthians, Paul explained that everyone has a gift of equal significance to bring. You may ask yourself, “Am I really someone who can have an influence on this generation?” In his message, Lee Tilbury opens the word and encourages us to let the Holy Spirit turn the flickers of our gifts into a flame!|
|The Pottery Project||Lee Tilbury|| |
|Jeremiah 18:4 gives the picture of a potter making a pot. The pot did not turn out as planned, so he had to crush it and mould it again. Are we truly shaping up to be what God has purposed for us to be? Join us this week as Lee Tilbury challenges us to recognise God as the master potter, acknowledge His hands on our lives and allow Him to reshape us.|
|Let There Be Light||Lee Tilbury|| |
|We can sometimes feel like our lives are engulfed in darkness because we have been distracted with habits and ideologies that introduce darkness back into our hearts. Join us this week as Lee Tilbury opens the word, and shows us that God is asking for us to recognise His Light, to once again be in awe of his radiance and glory and come back to Him.
What changes in our walk of faith can we make today that will help us walk in light - closer and more confidently in Christ than ever before?|
|The Choice Is Yours||Lee Tilbury|| |
|How can we involve God more in our decision-making, and make wiser decisions? In the book of Genesis, we read the familiar story of Adam and Eve using their God-given free will to make a choice that has adversely affected human history, as we know it.
So as Christians how can we improve our decision making to make it more Godly, or wisdom filled? Join us this week as Lee Tilbury opens the word and shows us the Biblical principles for making Godly decisions.|
|Diamonds Out Of Dust||Lee Tilbury|| |
|Peter's first letter to the early church was aimed at a group of believers under great persecution, and in the midst of it all, the apostle wrote to them to be "holy" which means to be set apart for God's use. Just as intense pressure is required to form diamonds, Peter tells the church that the trials of life are meant to prepare us for holy living and make us eager for eternal glory when Jesus comes back for His church! Join us this week as Lee Tilbury opens the word of God. Listen now!|
|Walk In His Promise||Lee Tilbury|| |
|In Psalm 37, David describes the states of those who choose to love God or turn away from him. This Psalm is full of encouragement, instruction and advice to the people of God and is intermixed with wonderful promises. Lee Tilbury starts us off in 2016 with a call to walk in God’s promises in the coming year. Not to be missed!|
|The Battles We Choose||Lee Tilbury|| |
|Challenges come in all sorts of ways and take our energy, time and resources; they can prevent us from being where God wants us to be in our calling and ministry. In the book of 1 Samuel, we meet David and Saul who had contrasting relationships with God, which dictated how they handled their challenges. Join us this week as Lee Tilbury shows us how we need to choose our battles as we press on towards greater intimacy with God, and defeat our "giants". Listen now!|
|The Sound of Silence||Lee Tilbury|| |
|As our lives become increasingly busy, there is often a risk that we neglect spending quiet time with Jesus. In the story of Mary and Martha in Luke 10, we discover that Mary chose to sit at the feet of Jesus rather than serve Him like Martha. The story certainly doesn't suggest that we neglect serving, but in fact reveals the importance of developing a stronger relationship with Jesus that will ultimately produce a greater desire to serve. Listen Now!|
|The Hardest Gift To Give||Lee Tilbury|| |
|Many say it's better to give than receive, however what would you say is the hardest gift to give away to someone? In this message Lee Tilbury looks at the parable of the unmerciful servant who struggled with the issue of sharing forgiveness with others, despite the fact he received forgiveness himself. Are you struggling today with forgiving those who have hurt you, or is it time to forget as well as forgive? Listen now!
|The Great Escape||Lee Tilbury|| |
|The story of Peter being imprisoned in 'The Acts of the Apostles' can give us some good biblical directives about how to deal with some of the 'prisons' we found ourselves in today. May you rest in God's peace, hear the word of God, obey it fully and see the prison doors open in Jesus' Name!|
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