Today's sermon was anchored on 2 Corinthians 4:6-10 (NIV). Sermon notes A. Pressed (2 Cor. 4:8) There are 2 words used for "press" in the New Testament. The one used in this passage is "thilbo", a Greek word meaning oppressed, under pressure, persecuted, suffering God will crucify our flesh through suffering so that Jesus can … Continue reading Press-> Process-> Power
Today's sermon is a follow up to the sermon from October 15th. We are still gearing up for a major time of revival in the church - 8 Days of Prayer and Fast for the Latter Rain. Sermon Notes God will only do for you what you pray for Prayer is more than just an … Continue reading How to Pray for the Latter Rain (Revival) – pt. 2
Listen to the full sermon here. Sermon Notes Seed + Rain + Harvest Without a seed there can be no harvest Jesus is the seed (Gen. 3:15; Gal. 3:16) But the seed also requires rain, of two types Former rain - needed for seed to germinate; happened on the day of Pentecost Latter rain - … Continue reading Seed + Rain + Harvest (How to Pray for the Latter Rain)
Rev. Babooram recounted how he handled a personal situation in which he felt totally helpless by comparing his reponse to that of Asaph in Psalm 77. How Asaph handled being in a helpless situation: Pray Protest (Complain) Ponder (Remember) Listen to the full sermon here.
Scripture: Matthew 21 Eyewitness testimonies often come with conflicting information. So is the case with the account of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. The Gospels of Matthew and Luke provide similar accounts, while Mark and John were similar. With this backdrop, Rev. Babooram took an unconventional approach to preaching and teaching on the … Continue reading An Exposition of Matthew 21