Table of Contents for: Walking with God talks
- Table of Contents for: Walking with God talks
Here is a selection of talks on walking with God and being a Christian in this modern world:
How to use the Law correctly, and allowing grace to move in people’s lives
The guards on duty at Jesus’ tomb experienced an earthquake, and saw an angel roll back the stone door, and yet some still some did not believe.
Do we need to use God’s Law to turn them around?
Personal aspirations of getting somewhere in this life
Baruch had high expectations and he wasn’t content with just being Jeremiah’s scribe – he was destined for greatness. See Jeremiah 36:
Daniel, man of prayer – raising up a desolate sanctuary
Jeremiah 25:11-12 “This whole country will become a desolate wasteland, and these nations will serve the king of Babylon for seventy years.
But when the seventy years are fulfilled, I will punish the king of Babylon and his nation, the land of the Babylonians, for their guilt,’ declares the Lord, ‘and will make it desolate for ever.’ “
David in the Cave – training our conscience
David felt guilty for cutting a small corner off of wicked king Saul’s robe. Our conscience needs to be reading the same as God’s Word.
See 1 Samuel 24 where David Spares Saul’s Life. In two parts:
How do we know God better?
This teaching follows a little sketch showing:
- Reading a Corn Flakes packet = shallow reading.
- Reading a newspaper = more concentrated reading.
- Reading a detailed article and taking notes.
Psalm 119:17-20: “Be good to your servant while I live, that I may obey your word.
Open my eyes that I may see wonderful things in your law.
I am a stranger on earth; do not hide your commands from me.
My soul is consumed with longing for your laws at all times.”
The Day’s of the Son of Man
Based on Luke 17:20-37 The coming of the kingdom of God.
“Just as it was in the days of Noah, so also will it be in the days of the Son of Man. People were eating, drinking, marrying and being given in marriage up to the day Noah entered the ark.” (verses 26-27).
I started on my Faith Journey in 1976 whilst on my sandwich year from college.
Since then I’ve not been restrained to any one denomination – believing that local Church is always important. Through career moves and life changes this has enabled me to play a part in the Assembly of God Church, Elim, various New Church Groupings, Brethren, Anglican and Baptist Churches.
I am married to Jackie and we live in Cambridgeshire in the UK.