In the epistle of the Ephesians, Paul encourages believers to fix their eyes on the fullness of Christ. Listen to this address to understand what the scriptures say about the fullness of Christ and the mystery of this revelation.
Below you can listen to recordings of Addresses from different meetings. Most of them are from recent years but there are a few from the past as well.
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God’s desires a people who are marked by faith and live dependently on God in every day.
It is a wonderful honour and privilege for every Christian to be available to serve the Lord. Listen to the following address to understand what the scriptures say about Serving the Lord in our Christian pathway.
If you open your Bible to the book of Revelation you will find there are The Seven Beatitudes of Revelation. Many of us may be aware of the eight Beatitudes in the Gospel of Matthew, but what about the seven in Revelation?
Many believers over history have been searching for the answer to this very popular question. “What is the Will of God?” In the following address, you will hear what the scriptures say about the will of God and how we can know it as we live for Christ.
If you read the story of Joseph from the Old Testament it is impossible to read it without thinking about Jesus. The similarities were not placed in the scriptures by chance God intended for us to read them and see Jesus. In the following address, you will hear about the way God teaches believers.
In the following address, you will hear about Knowing Jesus. Jesus desires for believers to be on a daily and personal walk with Him. How well do you know Jesus? Do you seek the Lord presence daily?
In this address, you will hear of four men Asaph, Micah, David and Joshua who stated their convictions to make a stand for the Lord. “As for Me…”
In this address, you will hear about the wonderful work of the Lord Jesus and his service to his people but also to his church.
God loves us and cares for us and remains faithful even when we stumble. In this address, you will hear about the service of the Lord to his own that remains constant throughout the believer’s life.