Jason invites us to have small amounts of faith in a big God, our Saviour Jesus Christ, to move mountains.
We are the Church and we want to be a praying Church. How does the whole Bible reveal God’s mercy and love inviting us into a real relationship with Him.
After already facing serious opposition, Nehemiah comes under attack again in chapter 6. He stands his ground, refuses to sin and finishes strong, with the help of God.
How should Christians handle opposition? In Nehemiah 4, the people of Jerusalem demonstrate a dependence on prayer, a focus on God’s strength and vigilance which enables them to overcome intense opposition.
Nehemiah demonstrates boldness in prayer, in the presence of the King, in leadership and in the face of opposition. We too are called to faithful boldness.
Jason calls us to persistent prayer, using Jesus’ parable about the persistent widow to challenge us.
Lamentations 5 teaches how to pray in difficult circumstances, inviting God to look, remember and see, to call upon God’s sovereignty and to ask for restoration in hope.
As the UK goes into a second National lockdown, we consider the way David is able to pray and praise God even in a dark time in his life in Psalm 57
A sermon from Matthew 9 on prayer, evangelism and Jesus compassion for lost sheep.
Jesus warns us against hypocrisy – publicly faking righteousness, rather than privately living faithfully. He calls us to give, pray and fast, knowing we are seen by our Father in Heaven and he will reward us.