SUNDAY 28TH MARCH, 2021 (COMMUNION SERVICE)
PASTOR OSE IMIEMOHON
TEXT: Romans 15:13, Romans 5;5, Hebrews 6:19&20, Psalm 147:11, Mark 1:40, Hebrews 10:23, 1Thessalonians 2:13,
SERMON: HOPING IN THE MERCY OF GOD
- God is not learning on the job, He knows exactly what to do.
- There’s something about believing that connects you to hope.
- Faith and hope work hand in hand
- The bible-based hope is a person. Jesus.
- Hope comes from believing.
- To believe, you must agree, receive and
- Hope confronts the seemingly impossible and makes you see that it is achievable.
- Hope must have a revelation to stand on. Hope is not wishing.
- The bible-based hope sees that the impossible is achievable.
- Faith is God’s technology. Everything is achievable.
- With the bible based hope, you have a hundred percent chance for success.
- Your life is not a gamble. God invested everything He has into you.
- God will not give you a dream that is not achievable.
- The mercy of God is the same thing as the secret place of the Most High; where no evil can come close.
- Mercy overrules every form of judgment.
- You don’t talk to God because you don’t know him. He never gets tired to listen to you.
- Any information that contradicts what the word of God says will bring doubt.
- If God promises, He has done it.
- Conviction doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a process.
- Everything the devil does is a perversion of truth.
- God does not want you to manage what you can overcome. His body was broken so that yours can be made whole.
- God is dependable. He can be trusted.
- The anointing needs something to multiply.