From conception to resurrection, Jesus lived every moment of His life by the Holy Spirit. In this moving and powerful message from Bobby Chaw, we are reminded that as Jesus is, so must we be. The anointing and power of the Holy Spirit are absolutely necessary for every minute of our life, as they were for Jesus. But reality is that familiarity breeds contempt: are you still desiring more of His Kingdom today or has it been years since you witnessed the power of the Holy Spirit? Pastor Bobby encourages us to follow in the footsteps of the widow of Zarephath who was broken, recognising that there was nothing she could do to save herself, and Naaman, who humbled himself and obeyed the instruction to dip himself in Jordan seven times. Let this message draw you to desire more of the Holy Spirit in your daily life.
Something always happens when we pray, because prayer is aligning our thoughts, intentions and desires with God. In this powerful sermon, Bobby Chaw explores three of Jesus's prayers that demonstrate how we, as Christians, also should pray. First, Jesus prayed "Father not my will but yours be done": when we wrestle with God and bring our will into submission under Him, things begin to happen. Second, "Father, forgive them": we are to pray for our enemies, not curse them. Finally, "Father, into Your hands I commit my spirit": when we give ourselves wholly unto God, nothing can snatch us out of His hands. Listen and let Pastor Bobby's message do a work in your heart today.
In this powerful message, Bobby Chaw explores the significance dining with Jesus. First, when Jesus receives us and dines with us, He offers protection even in the presence of our enemies. Second, reconciliation happens as people dine together, even enemies. Finally, healing and deliverance take place when we break bread with Jesus. Start 2021 right and dine daily with Jesus through spending time in the Word, gathering with the saints and loving like Him.
What does God require of us as believers? In this sermon, Bobby Chaw shows us the answer in Deuteronomy 10. We are to fear the Lord our God, walk in all His ways and love Him - to fear is to honor God. Honoring God begins in our heart and mind. In our prayer and communion with Him, we give Him honor and preference, constantly aware of His presence. Finally, we can honor God by blessing and praising Him at all times, even through the darkest of days. Let all that is within us, bless and honor the Lord!
Bobby Chaw leads us in a study of the faithfulness of Moses. Moses remained faithful believing in God's promises, despite experiencing disappointments many times. He also endured multiple betrayals from the people closest fo him; still, he was faithful to obey God's command to love and forgive. Moses faced failure after failure, but against all odds, he faithfully obeyed the Lord and led the children of Israel out of Egypt. But Moses never got to see the Promised Land; his inheritance was the Lord. This message reminds us that when we have the Lord, we have everything, so let's be faithful to the very end.
In this post-truth era, we live in constant uncertainty and skepticism because the truth is no longer simple in an age of “deep fake”. In this encouraging message by Bobby Chaw, we are reminded that in a truthless world, Jesus is the Truth, the Way and the Life (John 14:6). There are three things about God that we can count on: He is consistent, He has complete integrity, and He is faithful and dependable. Filling his message with real-life testimonies, Pastor Bobby demonstrates the utter reliability of God—He is the God of truth and “he who believes on Him will by no means be put to shame” (1 Pet 2:6).
In Numbers 22, there are four important lessons on how to respond to life’s challenges believers can learn from four characters. In this sermon by Bobby Chaw, we learn from Balak, king of Moab, that unlike unbelievers, we can be focused on God. From the prophet Balaam, we learn that we must not be double-minded, but be pure. God’s presence in the chapter reminds us to be calm, because He is actively preserving and guiding our lives. Finally, the children of Israel escaped many battles because they chose to be close to God, who fought for them. This sermon will encourage you to be focused, be pure, be calm and be close even when the future is unsure—God is fighting for you.
How do you respond to crisis? In this sermon based on Numbers 21 Bobby Chaw encourages you to respond in faith and respond with praise. The first generation of the children of Israel allowed songs of praise to leave their lips and replaced them with complaints—they failed to reach their Promised Land. David, on the other hand, wrote Psalms 16 and 34 during difficult periods of his life, singing praise to God in faith for the opposite of what he was experiencing. Praise is authentic, praise acknowledges God and praise is creative— let your praise create a future when there seems to be no future. Listen to this uplifting message and be reminded to keep singing—God is still healing, saving, delivering, so give Him praise!
In this Pentecost Sunday message, Pastor Bobby Chaw delivers a powerful reminder about the Holy Spirit who was promised to every believer by Jesus in John 14:16-18, that He will abide with us forever. Drawing from Abraham's example in Genesis 18, there are four ways to respond to the Holy Spirit. First, we must be sensitive to His presence and hear His voice—it speaks louder than the anxiety and fear in our lives. Second, we must be personal with the Holy Spirit, seeking time to engage Him personally and connect with Him. Third, we must be urgent about Him: we must be quick to repent when He convicts us. Finally, we must be surrendered to the Holy Spirit—we no longer do what pleases us, but only what He tells us to do. Listen and let this message renew your passion for the Holy Spirit!
Jesus is our merciful and faithful High Priest who represents us fully before God—He is able to sympathize with all that we go through: hunger, injustice, tiredness, and every temptation. In this sermon, Pastor Bobby Chaw talks about how Jesus responds to our cry for help—boethéo—by running to us and upholding us so we don't sink. He is full of compassion and understanding. When we face difficulties, Jesus intercedes for us by name, just as He did for Peter, that our faith would not fail us. The Bible calls us a royal priesthood, and we must pray like Jesus our High Priest. Listen to this sermon and be inspired by real-life miracles that happened when Christians interceded in prayer.