Are you listening with your ears when you should be listening with your spirit? Is fear stopping you from stepping out on faith because of what others think or say? In this profound sermon, Pastor Reginald Sharpe, Jr. teaches us that God will impregnate you with the supernatural. When He does, surround yourself with people who will leap for your blessing; if they are not leaping and praising God for you, they are not mature enough. Stop casting your pearls among swine.
When you have yourself a “Mary’s Christmas,” your impossible becomes I’m Possible. God will birth a miracle in you and take you places you’ve never imagined. #LiveBetter
Luke 1:30-31, 39-41
As believers, we must learn to develop the maturity and courage to leave our comfort zone and become active participants in what God is doing in our lives. In this powerful message, Pastor Reginald Sharpe, Jr. focuses on the keys to physical health and a transformative well-being by analyzing what’s on the inside of us. In order to #LiveBetter, we must be internally developed before we can be externally delivered! Luke 17:12-14
Have you ever experienced difficulty remaining committed to someone who has hurt or wronged you? Has it ever occurred to you that God may sometimes feel the same way when it comes to us? We often put God in a position to look beyond our faults to stay committed to us. In the 32nd chapter of Exodus, we learn that God wanted to incinerate the people of Israel when they thought God had abandoned them. They began to worship their own god, a golden calf, that they created to replace Him. In this message, Dr. E. Dewey Smith teaches us how God remained committed to His children at a time when He wanted to destroy them for turning their backs on Him. Purchase this sermon today to learn the steps you should take to stay committed when you are faced with challenging people and troubling situations. #CommittedToChrist #LiveBetter Exodus 32:4-14 0/17/17
Did you know there is a message from the manger? In the city of Bethlehem, Jesus served as the logic of heaven, which was to come to an illogical world. Even today, we find that Jesus brings order to our lives. In this expository message, Pastor Reginald Sharpe, Jr. explains the lessons that can be derived from the birth of Jesus. The narrative in the book of Luke helps us to reflect during the Christmas season and be encouraged because Jesus came to shelter us, give us direction, and sustain us. He came so that we might have life and have it more abundantly.Luke 2:7