Monday, 27 November 2017
Fatherhood, fire and faith
Glory to God!
Two weeks ago, Richard shared a message entitled, "The Father's purpose in Christ" which you can listen to here. Looking at why the Father sent His Son, we noted that Jesus came to reveal the Father (Jn 1:18; 17:6,26) so that we can be reconciled to the Father (Eph 2:18; Jn 14:6; Gal 4:4-7) in order that the image of the Father is restored to us, in us and through us (2 Cor 3:18; 4:6; Col 4:9,10). It was a powerful meeting as the Father ministered to us and brought healing and restoration as we forgave our earthly fathers and asked the Father to remove any distortion of true fatherhood and replace it with the revelation of the Father from whom all fatherhood derives its name (Eph 3:15). Hallelujah!
Yesterday we had an amazing time as we began the meeting in prayer, which led into worship in song and the Holy Spirit then ministering healing to many of us as we prayed for one another. Tobias then shared a message entitled, "Fire and faith" which you can listen to here. Tobias shared how Jesus came to baptise with the Holy Spirit and with fire in order for the Church to continue the works of Jesus. We noted how the fire of God falls on the altar of sacrifice (1 Ki 18:38; Rom 12:1) and how Jesus, the perfect Sacrifice made the way for those who have faith in Him to be on fire for Him and His purposes. Tobias showed us that the believer must appropriate the fire by faith and that we are called to live a life of faith that pleases the Father (Heb 11:1,2,6) as we act on what we believe.
Tuesday from 19:00 - 21:00: Discipleship Evening - Leipziger Str.60 (L60)
Last Wednesday of every month from 19:30 - 21:00: Worship and Prayer Evening at L60
Saturday 02.12: Welcome Coffee at L60
24.12 - Christmas Eve Service at 10:30 at Salzschlirferstr.15
15.01 - Allianz Worship and Prayer meeting at Salzschlirferstr.15
16 - 18.02 - EQUIP with Bengt Wedemalm
15.03 - Healing Service
18 - 21.05 In the Secret Place with Steve Porter
22 - 24.06 Journey with the Holy Spirit with Edgar Mayer