The Transfiguration of Jesus teaches us about the immediacy of a believer’s relationship with God. Luke 9:28-36
Feb 3, 2019 Sermon on Baptism–the entrance to the Church and God’s story, based on the Promises of the Lord, commissioning believers to serve God and the world with joy, freedom and love.
First Sermon after Trinity Church gifted its site to His Church.
Isaiah 59 and 60. Thanksgivings and Cautions against losing correct focus on Jesus, our all-in-all.
The Mission of His Church remains to serve Jesus, as He saves, heals and reconciles people of all nations and conditions in southeast Michigan to the Father, by his word and Holy Spirit.
Series – Five Key Values of His Church Anglican.
1. God’s Kingdom
Jesus is King of kings and Lord of lords!
As we consider our lives, community and world, what difference does it make that Christ is King?
Jesus says, “Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s; give to God what is God’s.”
Listen to the loving words of Jesus as he calls us to surrender every facet of our lives that belong to God.
The Apostle Paul writes to the saints in Ephesus, and ultimately, to the saints of today–all you who have been spiritually washed and made clean by Jesus. This is the gift given to all who believe, and which prompts us to pray in praise and thanksgiving.
The healing of Bartimaeus declares Jesus is the Light of the World!
Understanding spiritual blindness and spiritual sight:
“Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!”
Ask the Lord for what you need. Ask the Lord and He will give you godly meekness, wisdom from above; and divine intervention will come from the One who is able to do all things.
Pastor Allen encourages us to “embrace the race” in the face of suffering.