Navigation Menu+
Joseph-faithfulness in the little things, in spite of testing, leads to glory (English/Luganda)
Read more

Joseph had a great calling of God upon his life, but things went did not go well for a long time, only seemingly, because the Hand of God was upon him all the time, and one day the Lord restored him and gave him a very high position and used him to save many people. And the key for his success was his faithfulness in the little things. Broadcasted via Radio Favor, Kampala, Uganda. In English and Luganda.

Read more
The Holy Spirit (English/Luganda)
Read more

On the Day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit was poured out on the disciples of Jesus Christ, and they were totally transformed. They went from hiding behind look doors, out of fear, to boldly go out on the streets, preaching about Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of God. And nothing could stop them, not threats, persecution, or being killed. And the Holy Spirit made the gospel reach the center of the Roman Empire, Rome, in a very short period of time, and today it is spread all over the world, against all odds.

Then, who is the Holy Spirit? What is His mission? What does He give and do, in us and through us? Broadcasted via Radio Favor, Kampala, Uganda. In English and Luganda.

Read more
Life is only found in Jesus Christ (English/Luganda)
Read more

So many people, especially in the Western world, have everything they need and much more than that, but still they feel like there is something missing in their lives, that it seems empty.

And that´s because they don´t have life itself, because it is only to be found in Jesus Christ. An inner life with peace, love and joy, a deeper meaning to life and a Hand to hold when it is hard. An even more importantly: Eternal life in Heaven can ONLY be given through faith in Jesus Christ. Say yes to the precious gift of God. Broadcasted via Radio Favor, Kampala, Uganda. In English and Luganda.

Read more
The Christian family (English/swahili)
Read more

A family, a spouse and children, is a great and wonderful gift from God. But every relation, including our relation with the Lord Jesus, and within our family, needs to be nurtured in order to grow and become deeper. This sermon is about some things that the Bible says about the family. Broadcasted via Radio Milambo, Kenya. In Engish and Swahili.

Read more
John – the apostle of love (English/Swahili)
Read more

The three apostles that have had the greatest impact on the church are Peter, Paul and John, and they are all examples to follow in many ways. And I love and Peter and Paul, and want to be like them, for instance like Paul in his devotion. But John is very special to me, for many reasons, and one of them is the amazing love that you can see in the gospel of John and his three letters.

And we are called to follow his example, just as Peter and Paul, and grow in love. But remember where this love is found: only in Jesus Christ, and it is given, not by merit, but by grace, as a gift, to everyone who asks, believes and receives. Broadcasted via Radio Milambo, Migori, Kenya.

Read more
And the Word became flesh (English/Swahili)
Read more

Connected with the celebration of Christmas, there are some theological truths that are under attack in the worldwide church today, but that we never must abandon. And they are: Mary being a virgin until the birth of Jesus, the Holy Spirit being the reason of her becoming pregnant, and that Jesus was 100% God and 100% man. This sermon is about these topics. (Radio Milambo, Kenya)

Read more
Standing at the gates of Eternity (English/Swahili)
Read more

This is touching story about the father of Carter Conlon and how he was saved right before his death tells us about the most important change of our lives: what we are going to trust in when we are standing at the gates of Eternity. Then we can trust in either our own goodness, or trust in the goodness of the Lord Jesus Christ. The first path will not lead to Heaven, but the shed blood on the cross, covering our sins, counted righteous because of faith in Jesus, that will give you entrance through the Gates of Heaven. (Radio Milambo, Kenya.)

Read more
The newborn Savior (English/Swahili)
Read more

Every year we celebrate Christmas because of the birth of a child called Jesus. Every serious historian, doing research about this period of time agree that Jesus of Nazareth has existed. The question is: who was He?

The Bible says that He was the Messiah, a Savior sent by God the Father to save everyone who wants to receive and believe. Jesus has finished His mission, paying the full price for our sin. Now your eternity depends upon how you receive this newborn child. In English and Swahili.

Read more
Touching the Heart of God can turn judgment into Grace (English/Luganda)
Read more

The Lord our God is a Merciful God, but there are occasions when His righteousness gives Him no option but to send judgement, even though that´s not what He wants.

But even then, the Bible shows that very often, the Lord is willing to turn judgement into Grace, when our repentence, grief and prayers touch the Heart of God. So never give up, not even when you have really failed the Lord, because when you turn back, He might change His mind. Broadcasted via Radio Favor, Kampala, Uganda. In English and Luganda.

Read more
Touching the Heart of God can turn judgment into Grace (English/Luganda)
Read more

The Lord our God is a Merciful God, but there are occasions when His righteousness gives Him no option but to send judgement, even though that´s not what He wants.

But even then, the Bible shows that very often, the Lord is willing to turn judgement into Grace, when our repentence, grief and prayers touch the Heart of God. So never give up, not even when you have really failed the Lord, because when you turn back, He might change His mind. Broadcasted via Radio Milambo, Kenya. In English and Swahili.

Read more
The apostle Paul: from brutal persecutor to devoted follower (English/Swahili)
Read more

Saul was persecuting the church more zealously than anyone else. But a powerful meeting with the Lord Jesus Christ made him turn around 180 degrees. He started preaching that Jesus was the Messiah, the Son of God, and became a more devoted and passionate follower of Jesus Christ than most people. What can we learn from his life? And how can we become more devoted and passionate in our faith in Jesus Christ? In English and Swahili.

Read more
The apostle Paul: from hostility to devotion (English/Luganda)
Read more

Saul was persecuting the church more zealously than anyone else. But a powerful meeting with the Lord Jesus Christ made him turn around 180 degrees. He started preaching that Jesus was the Messiah, the Son of God, and became a more devoted and passionate follower of Jesus Christ than most people. What can we learn from his life? And how can we become more devoted and passionate in our faith in Jesus Christ?

Read more
Created to gratitude (English/Swahili)
Read more

Everything we have has been given to us, by grace. Everything we have, everything we are, is a gift from God. The natural response to that is gratitude and love to God. We are actually created to love God and be grateful for everything. But in this time, for many reasons, gratitude and love is quite rare in Sweden, the West, but it has also diminished in Africa. This sermon wants to show the importance of this and that it is both natural and good for us. Broadcasted via Radio Milambo, Migori, Kenya, in Swahili and English.

Read more
From wisdom to vanity (English/Swahili)
Read more

King Solomon is one of the most wellknown kings in the history of Israel, and he started off with an amazing wisdom, closeness to the Lord and wrote amazing books in the Bible like proverbs, some psalms, the Song of songs, and others. But at the end of his life he wrote Ecclesiastes, and when you read that you can sense that something had happened in between the start of his reign and the end. This sermon is about this king, called Solomon, and the things that we can learn from his life and walk with the Lord, and it ends with a couple of words about how the Lord wants us to finish our race.

Read more
By His Stripes we are healed (English/Luganda)
Read more

These words are some of the most frequently quoted words from the Word of God among believers in Jesus Christ today, all over the world. But the question is: what did God mean by speaking these words through the prophet Isaiah: by His stripes we are healed? Broadcasted via Radio Favor in Kampala, Uganda, and in English and Luganda.

Read more
How to identify a false church (English/Swahili)
Read more

The Bible predicts that in the last days there will be spiritual deception in an uprecendented scale in the church, and that is also what we see today. A listener from Migori Kenya called after one sermon via Radio Milambo and asked how we can see that it is a false church and not a true one, and this sermon is an attempt to give you some keys to see it.

Read more
A man after God´s Own Heart (English/Swahili)
Read more

The Bible is primarily about God and the Son of God, Jesus Christ, but it has also many examples of men who have walked with the Lord and from whom we can learn a lot, both from their mistakes and their good examples. There are especially some people who touch me, challenge me and inspire me more than the others, and from whom I can see that I have a lot to learn. These persons had a great calling of the God in Heaven and they had found grace and mercy in the Eyes of the Lord, and when I read about them they fill my heart with deep respect and love. Some of those I think about are: Abraham, Moses, king David, the virgin Mary, and the apostles Peter, John and Paul, and I will preach over their lives in a few sermons and what to learn from their lives.

And this sermon is about king David, who had many great qualities in his character, and we should learn from them, but also learn from the greatest mistake of his life: the story of Batseba and Uriah.

Read more
Letting the love of Jesus Christ change your life (English/Swahili)
Read more

To me, there is nothing better in life than to receive and feel the love of Jesus Christ. The depths of His love and the sweetness of Jesus’s Presence never stops astonishing me and draw me to Him.

And the love that Jesus has for you and me will, when you receive it and experience it, change you completely, and you will never be the same again. The love of Jesus has changed gang members into peaceful lambs and selfish people into love driven people, caring about others, putting them before themselves.

And when you open up your heart and let Jesus enter and let Him fill you with His overwhelming love, you will also be changed, and it’s something that you will never regret.

Read more
It is written! (English/Swahili)
Read more

God’s Word is the strongest rock there is, in God’s Word there is salvation, rescue, for all people who live on our earth. Therefore, the Word is what the Evil One directs many of his attacks against, and today the Word is more attacked in Sweden than since our country became Christian, and unfortunately not only in society, but also in the Church of Jesus Christ, for example through Liberal Theology.

This sermon wants to try to point out how the Word is today questioned and attacked, and how we can respond to it, but also point out the incredible power, wisdom and authority that is in the Word, and how important it is for us to be anchored in God’s Word, with our faith and our lives, because then we become very difficult to shake, because God’s Word cannot be shaken, and lasts forever.

And when the Evil One tempted Jesus in the desert, Jesus answered: it is written, and for those words the Enemy will yield. Because Jesus said: heaven and earth will pass away, but My Words will never pass away.

Read more
Det står skrivet!
Read more

Guds Ord är den allra starkaste klippa som finns, i Guds Ord finns frälsning, räddning, för alla människor som lever på vår jord. Därför är Ordet det som Den Onde inriktar mycket av sina attacker mot, och idag är Ordet mer attackerat i Sverige än sedan vårt land blev kristnat, och tyvärr inte bara i samhället, utan även i Jesu Kristi Kyrka, tex genom Liberalteologin.

Denna predikan vill försöka peka på hur Ordet idag ifrågasätts och attackeras, och hur vi kan bemöta det, men också peka på den otroliga kraft, vishet och auktoritet som finns i Ordet, och hur viktigt det är för oss att vara förankrade i Guds Ord, med vår tro och våra liv, för då blir vi mycket svåra att rubba på, för Guds Ord går inte att rubba på, och består för Evigt.

Och när Den Onde frestade Jesus i öknen, så svarade Jesus: det står skrivet, och för de orden kommer Fienden att vika. Ty Jesus sa: himmel och jord ska förgås, men Mina Ord ska aldrig förgås.

Read more
Som ett litet, litet senapskorn
Read more

På Johannelunds teologiska högskola uppstår det ofta, helt spontant, intressanta och berikande samtal kring vår tro, och för någon vecka sedan satt jag, en syster och två bröder och samtalade. Jesu Kristi lärjunge Måns Wieland började tala med glöd om Jesu liknelse om senapskornet, hur det börjar så smått, så smått, men sedan växer det till något stort. Efteråt kände jag mig inspirerad och tänkte: wow, det här måste jag skriva en predikan om! Det gjorde jag och först predikade jag den i Kenya, och där blev den uppskattad, och nu kommer en liknande version på svenska.

Den vill peka på hur Guds Rike börjar så obetydligt och ringa, med utgångspunkt från Jesu liv och apostlarna, och hur tex hur Gud, genom aposteln Paulus, besegrade Romarriket med hjälp av Paulus penna, små brev och böner. Då såg Romarriket starkt och oslagbart ut, och aposteln Paulus svag och sårbar ut, men Romarriket är sedan länge dött och borta och har ett ytterst marginellt inflytande på människors liv, medan aposteln Paulus brev idag är minst sagt levande och verksamma, spridda över hela världen, lästa och förvandlar människor, församlingar och i en del fall byar och städer.

Den tar också upp nutida exempel, som tex de sk barfota roparna, små barn som på 1840-talet började uppträda offentligt och tala om omvändelse från synd, brännvin och våld, och som började så ringa, men som fick stor verkan på både kristenhet och byar och landskap. Jag hoppas att denna lilla predikan ska få öppna upp våra ögon för hur otroligt mycket Gud kan åstadkomma genom oss, när vi gör Guds vilja i ödmjukhet, trohet och kärlek, och hur det som ser så ringa och oansenligt ut en dag kan bära stor frukt.

Read more
Don´t follow another Christ (English/Luganda)
Read more

The Bible clearly says that in the last days many different kinds of Jesus will be presented, but since there is only One Jesus Christ, most of them will be false. And today many Christs are being preached, and we have to be aware of that and see to it that we do not follow another christ, but Jesus from Nazareth. From Radio Favor, Kampala, Uganda. English and Luganda.

Read more
Lika a mustard seed (English/Swahili)
Read more

Jesus said that the Kingdom of God is lika a mustard seed. It starts so small and insignificant, but grows into a big tree. When we love and serve Jesus, we should never forget that the small things that we do, might have an amazingly great impact in time and give us a wonderful reward in Heaven. From Radio Milambo, Migori, Kenya.

Read more
Ni söker efter Jesus från Nasaret, den korsfäste. Han är inte här!
Read more

Den tomma graven. Det var vad Jesu lärjungar fick se på påskdagen, söndagen efter Jesu död. Först förstod de inte vad som hade hänt, men änglar visade sig för dem och sa att Han levde, och senare visade sig Jesus Själv för dem. På Långfredagen trodde de att allt var slut. Hoppet, kärleken, glädjen, ja, Mästaren Själv, allt var borta, allt var förlorat.

Men på Påskdagen börjar de förstå att det egentligen bara har börjat… För Jesus lever och Han gör allting nytt, i vår värld, i våra liv, och vid Sin Återkomst.

Read more
Gå och säg till Hans lärjungar, och särskilt till Petrus
Read more

På Påskdagen får särskilt Petrus en underbar och hoppingivande hälsning från den nyss uppståndne Mästaren: graven är tom! Herren lever och Han frågar efter Dig, Petrus. Jag tror att Petrus hjärta fylldes av nytt liv, hopp och mod, och Petrus, som fallit så djupt och gråtit så bittert, får på nytt möta Jesus och blir upprättad. Det här är en av mina favoriter i Bibeln och jag hoppas att Du också ska få bli berörd och välsignad av det här.

Read more
Go and tell His disciples, and ESPECIALLY Peter (English/Luganda)
Read more

Easter is the greatest holiday for a believer in Jesus Christ, and the most touching story is of course about Jesus Himself, going to the cross.

But also the story of Peter, the disciple chosen by Jesus to be the rock, is very touching, when he during Easter is first promising Jesus to give his life for Him, then a few hours later totally denies Him, and then later is restored by the Lord. From Radio Favor, Kampala, in English/Luganda.

Read more
Translate »

Pin It on Pinterest