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There’s Only One Acceptable Motive To Serve God - Derek Prince (March-06-2021). 

We Will Be Judged By Christ - Derek Prince (March-04-2021). The judgment seat of Christ is meant for us christians. Jesus will judge us, but not condemn us.

What Happens To Our Souls When We Die? - Derek Prince (February-08-2021). We believe in the resurrection of the body. But what will happen to our souls when we die before this?

Clothed with Salvation - Derek Prince (January-27-2021). May your priests be clothed with righteousness; may your saints sing for joy. [And then God answers:] “I will clothe her priests with salvation, and her saints will ever sing for joy.” Psalm 132:9, 16 NIV There are two classes of persons referred to there, the priests and the saints. The priests are those responsible for spiritual instruction, for spiritual leadership. The saints are God's people who look up to the priests and are led by the priests and instructed by the priests. And the interesting thing there is that the clothing of the priests determines the condition of the people. The psalmist says, “May your priests be clothed with righteousness; then your saints will sing for joy.” And God gives back the promise, “I will clothe her priests with salvation and her saints will ever sing for joy.” So when the leaders of God’s people are clothed with salvation and with righteousness, then God’s people sing for joy. You see, it’s a sad fact that the people of God hardly ever rise much above the spiritual level of their leaders. How accurate those words of the psalmist are: if the people of God are to have the joy and the liberty and the blessing that God desires for them, then their leaders, their priests, must put on the garments of salvation and the robes of righteousness. There’s a tremendous responsibility in being a leader of God’s people.

What Will Happen When This Age Ends? - Derek Prince (January-21-2021). As Christians we believe that there will come a moment in history when everything around us will come to an end. But what exactly will happen when that moment comes?

Gather Together to Give Thanks - Derek Prince (December-23-2020). Jerusalem is built like a city that is closely compacted together; to which the tribes go up, even the tribes of the Lord – a testimony for Israel – to give thanks to the name of the Lord. Psalm 122:3 NIV, NASB That’s the way that God intends His people shall give testimony to the rest of the world that they are His people. It says they go up together to give thanks to the name of the Lord. Under the Old Covenant, God ordained one place in Israel, the city of Jerusalem, where He placed His name and He ordained that at least three times each year every male Israelite above a certain age should go up to that place, meet together with all his fellow Israelites from every tribe, from every area of the country, and that collectively they should worship and give thanks to the name of the Lord. And that was their testimony to all the surrounding nations, that they all belonged to one nation, that they all worshiped the same God, that they all went up to the same place. Now, in the new covenant, Jesus is the one who bears the name of the Lord and God’s people give testimony to the world that they are the people of God, redeemed through faith in Jesus Christ when they meet together to give thanks to the name of the Lord. The Scripture warns us not to forsake the assembling of ourselves together. It’s important that we let the world know that we are brothers, that we are members of the same nation, because we come together to give thanks and to worship the name of our Lord. We gather together as God’s people in the name of Jesus, the place that God has ordained.

Immersion In The Spirit - Derek Prince (December-04-2020). This is Derek Prince's sixth sermon in his series 'Laying the Foundation', about the foundation of the Christian life and faith. Immersion In The Spirit.

Baptism Is Your Death Sentence - Derek Prince (November-26-2020). The meaning of baptism must not be taken lightly. Bible teacher Derek Prince even calls it 'your death sentence'. Learn why in this video.

Promises That Stand the Test - Derek Prince (November-20-2020). Your promises [O God] have been thoroughly tested, and your servant loves them. Psalm 119:140 NIV What a beautiful truth, God’s promises have been thoroughly tested. They are not just theories, they are not just abstract theology, they are something that stand the test of life and circumstances. I want to give my personal testimony in line with that. For about forty years, I have lived by the promises of God. I have proved them in many different circumstances – in war, in famine, in sickness, in loneliness, in bereavement, in misunderstanding. There’s a promise of God that meets each need that arises in our lives and those promises stand the test, they really work. Probably at some time or another some human being made you a promise and didn’t keep it, you felt let down, hurt, disappointed. But I want to assure you of one thing, that when God makes a promise, He keeps it. There are millions of people in the world today that can testify from personal experience that God keeps His word. His promises are reliable. Don’t be discouraged if people have let you down, don’t become embittered or resentful, because that won’t help you, but just turn your eyes to God. Focus on His faithfulness, concentrate on His promises and you’ll find that they have been tested and tried.

Anchored to God's Law - Derek Prince (November-11-2020). If your law had not been my delight, I would have perished in my affliction. I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have renewed my life. Psalm 119:92-93 NIV One thing is certain in this world, we’re not going to escape affliction forever. At some time or other, each of us is going to know the meaning of that word affliction. In the New Testament the apostles told the new Christian congregation that we must, through much tribulation (or affliction) enter into the Kingdom of God. So don’t try to find a way through life that bypasses affliction, because if you do find it, it won’t take you to heaven. But in your affliction, you need an anchor. And that’s what the psalmist says in those words that I read: If God’s law had not been his delight he would have perished in his affliction. When the pressures, the waves and the billows swept over him, when it seemed that his tiny little vessel was going to be carried away on those monstrous billows, he had an anchor. It was God’s law and that kept him. And so he says, with gratitude, looking back on that experience, “I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have renewed my life.” As we turn to God’s law in the midst of our affliction we receive from it life, new life, life that wells up in spite of all the opposition and the pressures against us. Out of God’s law and God’s Word there comes a life that is a stronger and more powerful than all the forces that oppose us.

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