As followers of God we have been given the same authority that Jesus had which means we can stand against the enemy and his attacks on us.
In this Podcast Charles Sibthorpe encourages us to recognize when the enemy is attacking us and to use that authority which we have been given.
The bible says that ALL authority has been given to us so lets stand in that knowledge in our daily lives.
This Sunday Daniel Sibthorpe encouraged us to stay connected to God through the process/ the journey that we walk in life. As we do this we will find ourselves being in a place where we can hear God's voice and where he will be able to talk to us and shape us.
There are times in life when we put our confidence in ourselves and not in God and in Philippians 3:3 it talks about this. Having confidence in our own flesh is leaning on our own abilities in life and this will make us unhealthy.
If we turn this around and put our confidence and trust in God then we are walking in Faith and this makes us healthy.
what is your confidence in today?
At the beginning of this year we have been thinking about our Values in church and this Sunday we have been encouraged to think about what treasure we have in our hearts. What are the things and who are the people that are the most important to us? Are theses things the same things that God thinks are important?
Lets ask God what treasures he wants us to have in our hearts and find out what we can do to better the relationships we have with each other.
The things that we store in our hearts are the things that we give Value too.
In this podcast Daniel shares with us some of the things that as a church we value. Out of all of the things we value, the most is our love for each other, this is important for us as a church to remember and love each other how God loves us.
This Podcast will get you thinking about the things that you Value, what are the treasures that are in your heart?
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