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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
The Bible says that in the end of times there will come someone who will rule the world. He is called the Antichrist and if the believers in Christ will still be here when he steps forth, we need to be able to recognize him, in order not to be decieved. Many preachers today say that before Jesus comes back there will be a great end time revival, and the earth will be under the Dominion of the believers in Jesus Christ, but the Bible says that before Jesus comes back there will be a great falling away and the earth will be under the Antichrist. So who is right? I ask the Holy Spirit to reveal the truth in all of this, through the Word of God.
God is a person, not some kind of abstract force in the Universe, but a Person with different parts of His character that we can get to know. And if you get to know Jesus, i.e. God, you quickly realize that He is completely unique. Yes, Jesus is what most of us would like ourselves to be: always speaks the truth, keeps all His promises, is always humble and loving, etc.
And although I love everything that Jesus is, this time I wanted to talk about the features of Jesus that I probably love and are fascinated by most of all: Jesus’ Holiness and Majesty, His unfathomable goodness and Love, and Jesus’ deep humility. The image I have chosen for Youtube is a symbol of Jesus, who is both the Lion of Judah, Mighty in battle, Mighty in power and strength and fearless like a Lion, but who is at the same time the Lamb of God, so humble, gentle, sensitive and vulnerable.
The first time Jesus came to earth, He came as a Lamb, an innocent Sacrificial Lamb to be sacrificed for our sins, without resisting His adversaries. But when Jesus returns soon, then He will come as the Lion of Judah, to Triumph over His enemies, Rule and Reign, in Eternity. Everything will be laid at the Feet of Jesus, all knees will bow, some reluctantly, others quite willingly, in deep gratitude and reverence for the Son of God, and with exultant joy that He is back. I pray that you, who listen, will get a little sense of Who and what Jesus is like as a Person, and if you have not had the opportunity to meet Jesus, I pray that you will be allowed to do so. God bless you all abundantly. In Jesus Name.
A drug addict from Sweden just got the idea that he should go to Israel. The plane landed, and he walked down the stairs, and exactly in the same second as his foot touched the soil of Israel, he heard a voice say: I Am God, and this is My Land. He was shaken by the voice and overwhelmed by the Presence of God in Israel and repented and received Jesus Christ.
Israel is a land about which almost everyone has a strong opinion. Most people all over the world dislike it, and even more sadly many people hate it, but most of the believers in Jesus Christ, all over the world, in Africa and Pakistan, they love it, and above all, God loves Israel so much more.
God exists, and Israel is His Land forever and ever. No man can change that.
2019 sister Liliane received a powerful word from the Lord: I hear the sound of Footsteps. Be ready to be raptured into the sky, to meet Me.
The coming of Jesus Christ draws near, a moment of terror and fear for His enemies, because this time He comes as a Lion, not as a Lamb, but a moment of deliverance, joy and victory for His children. Be on the Right side, that is on the side of Jesus, and be ready!
During the revival at Azusa Street 1906 a prophecy came, saying things that would characterize the Pentecostal Church in the last days before Jesus returns. Today we see this prophecy being fulfilled, and we need to have our spiritual eyes open today for this.
We talk a lot about unity in the body of Christ in the West today, but the fact is that there is already a unity in Christ, in the Spirit, for those who truly love Jesus Christ. They are united, after a few moments, with the fellowship in Jesus Christ and a bond of love and respect is created between them. This is the work of God, and not men, and it is an invisible bond, to be seen only by those who have spiritual eyes.
This is a short testimony about my life. I was raised in a Christian family, but walked away from God in my teenage, and was for 15 years in the Swedish Army. Empty, sad and lonely I turned back to Jesus Christ in 2005/06, and He met me.
I have felt for quite a long time that something has happened to the worship in my country, Sweden, but not only there, also in large parts of the church of the Western World. I know that many others that have spiritual discernment feel the same way. So what has happened? This is a sermon that describes what has happened and the cause of it. It is in English and Swahili.