My take away from today's sermon at The King's Glory Church, King's Lynn 1. Evangelism Nobody has the gift of evangelism Everyone is sent We are the answer to the prayer of Jesus in Matt 9:37. We are the labourers in the harvest field. As we come into the Kingdom, our purpose is to bring others. Matt 28:18-20 After we have seen the love of God and the power of God, we should have a burden for the lost. God does not want the unbelievers to perish. He loves them. He is waiting for us to go out and reach them. We can’t remain in church singing praise and worship. We can pray forever, but it is the Word of God that saves. When you are faithful in small things, he will give you bigger things. 2. Weapon of Prayer When the apostles saw Jesus, they said teach us to pray. We are not praying today as he taught us. "Your Kingdom come" was number one prayer point. Get involved in Kingdom Prayer. Pray for the church, the leaders, souls. Where
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I attended The King's Glory Church in King's Lynn today which is a parish of The Redeemed Christian Church of God. I was reminded of how powerful words are and that I should be more careful about what comes out of my mouth. I want to share part of the sermon with you, my faithful readers. Text - James 3:1-12 Topic - Big Mouth Our mouths can set on fire the entire body, hence we need to learn to tame it. Sins we commit with our mouths include: Coarse, obscene jokes - Harmful jokes. Not edifying. Being scornful. Making fun of people that are different from you. Eph. 5:4 Complaints - Murmuring and grumbling. Being ungrateful. Phil 2:14 says, "Do all things without grumbling or questioning". 1Peter 4:9, 1Cor. 10:10 Gossips - Backbiting. Lev. 19:16 says, "Do not go about spreading slander among your people. Do not do anything that endangers your neighbour's life. I am the Lord". Ps. 34:13 Harsh criticism - Matt. 7:1-3.