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Abiding in God’s Presence
01:30:39
The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part B)
01:02:40

The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part B)

Becoming one with the Lord Jesus Christ in His experience of Suffering Crucifixion ( Part 1) The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part B) A reflection of the suffering of Jesus Christ which He endured at the hands of men, teaches us that nothing in the life of those who follow him is accidental. God knows the trial and testing scenes of life, and He ordained that we, like Jesus, should bear our cross amidst all of them. As such, we must come to God in prayer and surrender completely to His will without complaining - even if it is a pathway of suffering. Once we accept this truth in humility, and find our place of worship before the presence of the Father, we will have victory and bring glory to Him. Prayer should be ultimately a believer’s first port of call as was so evidently demonstrated by the Lord Jesus Christ. This enriching and empowering communion with the Father allows us to keep the bigger picture in mind. Surrendering in prayer guarantees His protection, His presence and ultimately victory. Bishop B. A. Mullings *** Ways to give to the church *** www.ntcgbrooksbar.org.uk/give paypal.me/NTCGBrooksBar Good good Father Writer(s): Pat Barrett and Tony Brown ©2014 WorshipTogether.com Songs / sixsteps Music / Vamos Publishing / Housefires Sounds (ASCAP) / Capitol CMG Paragon / Common Hymnal Digital / Tony Brown BMI Designee (BMI) (admin. at CapitolCMGPublishing.com) This Is Amazing Grace Songwriters: Jeremy Riddle / Josh Farro / Phil Wickham © Warner Chappell Music, Inc, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Bethel Music Publishing, Music Services, Inc, Warner Chappell Music Inc
The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part B)
01:02:40

The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part B)

Becoming one with the Lord Jesus Christ in His experience of Suffering Crucifixion ( Part 1) The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part B) A reflection of the suffering of Jesus Christ which He endured at the hands of men, teaches us that nothing in the life of those who follow him is accidental. God knows the trial and testing scenes of life, and He ordained that we, like Jesus, should bear our cross amidst all of them. As such, we must come to God in prayer and surrender completely to His will without complaining - even if it is a pathway of suffering. Once we accept this truth in humility, and find our place of worship before the presence of the Father, we will have victory and bring glory to Him. Prayer should be ultimately a believer’s first port of call as was so evidently demonstrated by the Lord Jesus Christ. This enriching and empowering communion with the Father allows us to keep the bigger picture in mind. Surrendering in prayer guarantees His protection, His presence and ultimately victory. Bishop B. A. Mullings *** Ways to give to the church *** www.ntcgbrooksbar.org.uk/give paypal.me/NTCGBrooksBar Good good Father Writer(s): Pat Barrett and Tony Brown ©2014 WorshipTogether.com Songs / sixsteps Music / Vamos Publishing / Housefires Sounds (ASCAP) / Capitol CMG Paragon / Common Hymnal Digital / Tony Brown BMI Designee (BMI) (admin. at CapitolCMGPublishing.com) This Is Amazing Grace Songwriters: Jeremy Riddle / Josh Farro / Phil Wickham © Warner Chappell Music, Inc, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Bethel Music Publishing, Music Services, Inc, Warner Chappell Music Inc
The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part A)
01:03:29

The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part A)

Becoming one with the Lord Jesus Christ in His experience of Suffering Crucifixion (part 1) The Prayer Meeting in the Garden A reflection of the suffering of Jesus Christ which He endured at the hands of men, teaches us that nothing in the life of those who follow him is accidental. God knows the trial and testing scenes of life, and He ordained that we, like Jesus, should bear our cross amidst all of them. As such, we must come to God in prayer and surrender completely to His will without complaining - even if it is a pathway of suffering. Once we accept this truth in humility, and find our place of worship before the presence of the Father, we will have victory and bring glory to Him. Prayer should be ultimately a believer’s first port of call as was so evidently demonstrated by the Lord Jesus Christ. This enriching and empowering communion with the Father allows us to keep the bigger picture in mind. Surrendering in prayer guarantees His protection, His presence and ultimately victory. Bishop B. A. Mullings *** Ways to give to the church *** www.ntcgbrooksbar.org.uk/give paypal.me/NTCGBrooksBar *I B E L I E V E (Island medley)* Songwriters: Al Stillman / Ervin Drake / Irvin Graham / Shirl Jimmy *Y O U D E S E R V E I T* Songwriters: James Hairston / Phontae Reed / Jackie Cortez-Vaughn / David Bloom © Yellow Boy Music, David Bloom Publishing, Demond Reed Music I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus Writer: C.F Weigle Copyright: 1932 by Hall-Mack Company
The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part A)
01:03:29

The Prayer Meeting in the Garden (Part A)

Becoming one with the Lord Jesus Christ in His experience of Suffering Crucifixion (part 1) The Prayer Meeting in the Garden A reflection of the suffering of Jesus Christ which He endured at the hands of men, teaches us that nothing in the life of those who follow him is accidental. God knows the trial and testing scenes of life, and He ordained that we, like Jesus, should bear our cross amidst all of them. As such, we must come to God in prayer and surrender completely to His will without complaining - even if it is a pathway of suffering. Once we accept this truth in humility, and find our place of worship before the presence of the Father, we will have victory and bring glory to Him. Prayer should be ultimately a believer’s first port of call as was so evidently demonstrated by the Lord Jesus Christ. This enriching and empowering communion with the Father allows us to keep the bigger picture in mind. Surrendering in prayer guarantees His protection, His presence and ultimately victory. Bishop B. A. Mullings *** Ways to give to the church *** www.ntcgbrooksbar.org.uk/give paypal.me/NTCGBrooksBar *I B E L I E V E (Island medley)* Songwriters: Al Stillman / Ervin Drake / Irvin Graham / Shirl Jimmy *Y O U D E S E R V E I T* Songwriters: James Hairston / Phontae Reed / Jackie Cortez-Vaughn / David Bloom © Yellow Boy Music, David Bloom Publishing, Demond Reed Music I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus Writer: C.F Weigle Copyright: 1932 by Hall-Mack Company
Theme: Comfort Yourself in God
01:25:16