The Gospel

I wasn't supposed to be preaching at The Gathering this morning, but events in the week meant that it was over to me, and as ever it was a joy and a privilege to share the Word. 

During the week I had briefly contemplated giving our Gathering over to an impromptu Testimony Sunday, but decided against this because I knew we would be low on numbers this morning, and partly because I knew I was being lazy in not preparing a word.

Well before I even got up to preach, God had interrupted our Gathering spectacularly and it turned in to an impromptu Testimony Sunday with testimony after testimony being shared.

Mongezi's testimony was amazing as he shared about a relative who had been brought to their house because her companions thought she needed to go to hospital. Mongezi discerned that she was possessed and recalling my word last week on The Gospel, he simply spoke Jesus over her. She was delivered and together with her companions gave her life to Jesus. Awesome!

So this morning I continued on The Gospel, and built on from having laid out the Gospel from 1 Corinthians 15:3-4: "...that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures", to looking at how we can truly experience the glorious grace of God’s eternal plan of Salvation, the awesome gift of His grace and the right to be called Children of God. It was a total joy to speak on this!

Once again it was great to see some more Soup Kitchen regulars at The Gathering, and we're really thanking God for the impact this outreach is having on so many people.


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