Sermon February 19, 2006 (afternoon) : Lou Engle

We’re just thrilled again to have Lou Engle, a man of God, of national stature and greatly used by the Lord to bring a vision of fasting and prayer and spiritual warfare and to raise a generation of young people that will usher in the revival de God wants to bring to this nation, and to prepare de way for the coming of the Lord. So we are honored to have Lou Engle, let’s just give him a great applause. Welcome, brother. We’re so thrilled to have you here.  Read More »

Sermon February 19, 2006 (morning) : Lou Engle

We welcome you Lou and we are very mindful of the fact that God has called you in a very special way for prophetic mission and we’re thrilled and honored to have you here this morning. So welcome, we’re glad to have you here.  Read More »

Sermon February 18, 2006 : Genesis 13

Let’s take some time to meditate a little bit about what God has to speak to us tonight. If you have your Bible with you, why don’t you turn to Genesis, chapter 13. It’s another one of those favorite passages of mine, that I want to share with you tonight.  Read More »

Sermon February 11, 2006 : I Corinthians 1:20

Verse 20, chapter 1, First Corinthians, says: “Where is the wise man? Where is the scholar? Where is the philosopher of this age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the world? For since in the wisdom of God, the world through its wisdom did not know Him, God was pleased through the foolishness –say foolishness with me, please-, through the foolishness of what was preached to save those who believe. Jews, the miraculous eyes, and Greeks look for wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified. A stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to gentiles”.  Read More »

Sermon February 4, 2006 : Mark 6:30 - Part 2

We were talking last Sunday about resting in the Lord. I have to learn a lot about that. Many times I tend to want to do everything right and be in control of everything and God says time and time again, ‘rest in Me. Let Me carry you. Let Me do my part as you do your own part’. So thank you for being here tonight and I want to ask you to go to the Gospel of Mark and what I’m going to do, is I’m going to continue with the message that we started last Saturday.  Read More »

Sermon January 28, 2006 : Mark 6:30

I want to ask you to go to the Book of Mark, the Gospel according to Mark and I want to start by encouraging us all to come to church with our Bibles and you know to embarrass ourselves on the train and show our Bibles and be part of that witnessing crowd that speaks to the world about the people who are founded on the word of God.  Read More »

Sermon January 1, 2006 : Isaiah 43:18

Isaiah 43, verse 18, speaks to us this morning. It says “forget the former things, do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing and now it springs up, do you now perceive it? I am making a way in the desert, and streams in the wasteland.”  Read More »

Sermon December 11, 2005 : The truth will set you free

Kris is involved in a ministry of teaching, in instruction and discipling and we’ve known him for many years. We have been meeting with Kris over the years, we know him as a man who serves de Lord. God has given him the gift of teaching and instruction and have spoken about, a few weeks ago, about having him come to the church and just share with us his visions for transformative work that God wants to do in our lives and so we are here to just receive from you, brother. Welcome and again we invite you to feel free to do as the Lord leads you and to bless us with what God has given to you this morning.  Read More »

Sermon November 27, 2005 : Judges 7:7

In the Book of Judges, chapter 7. This is a word of the Lord evidently for our lives this morning.  Read More »

Basil Yarde : Testimony and Prophecy for Congregation Lion of Judah

We just welcome you guys, this morning and we thank you for being here. Just know that you’re being recorded so you have to be on your best behavior this morning. This worship service, an edited form of it is going to be transmitted and I’ll let pastor Yarde give us a little more details, who he is and what he’s doing with us here today. We welcome you brother. Thanks for coming. Thanks for being here.  Read More »