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Category: Sermons

Where Is God’s Hand In Our Good Luck?

How do we make sense of the good things that happen in life which are beyond our control? Do we put them down to luck or is God involved somehow? “When I pray, coincidences happen; when I don’t, they don’t.” William Temple pic.twitter.com/0XmpodIG3c — Salford Elim Church (@SalfordElim) 17 November 2019

Where Is God’s Hand In Our Suffering?

The book of Ruth is a story of God’s hand in the midst of an ordinary family. When tragedy strikes, we, like Naomi, may well ask: ‘where are you God?’

Can You See Him?

The story of the blind beggar reminds us that we are all spiritually blind until we see Jesus for who he really is. The question is, how much do you want to see him?

Freedom For The Future

Paul ends his letter to the Galatian church with an encouragement to do good; particularly to carry one another’s burdens. We still need to hear that encouragement today.

Freedom From The Fear Of Losing Control

We can believe the lie that everything depends on us. Sometimes we need reminding to simply trust in the Father who holds all things in His hands.

Freedom To Be You

The temptation to compare yourself with someone else has always been part of a diverse church community. Thankfully Paul reminds us that God sees us all in the same way; simply as his children and that means we are free to be ourselves.

Freedom From Slipping Back

The past can be hard to shake off but God calls us to a bigger future in which our identity is in Christ alone.

Freedom From Craving Approval

We may be tempted to try hard to earn the approval of those we respect, including God. Paul reminds us of the true gospel which tells us we don’t need to.

Freedom: Am I Good Enough For God?

The early church asked itself a question that still echoes through the centuries: ‘Am I good enough?’ Paul’s letter to the Galatian church responds definitively to that question.

Taking A Risk For God’s Plan

Ananias was a simple man, living an ordinary life, when God asked him to take a risk. What might God be asking of us in order to impact the lives of those around us?

Fruitfulness on the Frontline: Mouthpieces for Truth and Justice

We are called to follow in the footsteps of the one spoke up for truth and justice. He uses people like us to be part of his great restoration plan.

Fruitfulness on the Frontline: Messengers of the Gospel

We may not all be confident evangelists, but God wants to use each and every one of us to share the great news of Jesus.