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Sermons about Fruitfulness
Continuing the series on Fruitfulness, looking at Modelling Godly Character using Colossians
Sunday evening at St Aldhelms continuing on the theme of Fruitfulness
First in the series of Fruitfulness, linking with home group studies
John the Baptist presents a word that may seem challenging in this season of Advent. But Advent is supposed to be a season of Hope. This sermon looks at the words of John the Baptist and of Jesus and shows how they are, in fact, quite hopeful for us. This sermon also refers to the lectionary reading from Isaiah 11:1-10.
This message examines the importance of hearing well and having the kind of heart that responds well to the word of God.
A look at thoughtfully acting to serve the intentions of God through His word, thus, bearing fruit for His kingdom.
Jesus instructs his disciples that he is the vine and they are the branches. Our purpose in life is to bear fruit that glorifies God for the transformation of the world. Staying connected to the vine is essential to our lives as followers of Jesus. In Jesus, every need we have will be met and we will lack for nothing.
Conclusion. God has promised a life that is abundant and overflowing. Every good and perfect gift comes from Him, and He desires to give us more than our lives can contain. God calls us to do good, do right, and do well. He also wants us to do more. Scripture eliminates any excuse we might have to be content with what is already completed.