Dr. Joyce Wallace encourages and exhorts us to remain in the presence of God as we transition from one season into the next, leaving the past in the past to walk fully into the plans the Lord has for us.
In Welsh, the phrase “Os Gwelwch Chi’n Dda” means “please.” It literally translates to “if you see the good.” Pastor Ryan Rosser walks us through seeing the good, looking to God, and seeking His heart. The message includes a period of open mic scripture reading by various members of our church family as they encourage one another to see the good through God’s word.
Our apologies, because of an issue with the soundboard most of this recording is barely audible.
Before you are sent into a new level of victory in our life, often you meet head on with giants who are determined to prevent you from living in that victory. Are you alone in the battle? Are the giants to big to overcome? What can you do to enter into the victory?
Dennis Beers gives practical insight from the Word to remind us that when God is with us, though there be giants in our land, we are giant slayers.
Jesus isn’t bothered by being on the outside of things. He was born on the outside and is willing to work his way into every area of your life. Just open the door and invite him inn.
Mary received the message about Jesus with faith and believed that it would be fulfilled. What about us? Have we received the messages given to us from the Lord with faith, believing in fulfillment? This word will challenge you to allow Jesus to be brought forth fully in your life and your @.
Our praise not only positions us for victory, but the victory brings freedom to those around us. Our praise, sets others free.
Preceding the sermon are some encouraging words given by Jill Bachtold and Sarah Rosser during our time of Praise & Worship. Sermons begins at 15:34.
Dr. Joyce shares about understanding the signs of the season for this month’s Saturday Bible Study.
God has destined you, in Christ, to overcome your circumstances and then bring his deliverance to other in the same way. How? Praise picks you up out of the circumstances, while faith causes you to see and believe you have been positioned to overcome. It is at this point that you go from defense to offense through strategic prayer. You have been positioned to interceded and see the Kingdom of Heaven expand in your @.
May this word stir up the faith in you to share his victory!
If you need a refresher on the past two sermons in this series, here are the links:
Are you prepared to do the work in preparing a place for God’s glory in your life? Are you willing to be His workmanship? Pastor Ryan Rosser shares his thoughts on God being glorified in our lives in and out of every season.