Displaying Christian Sermons by tag: BILL JOHNSON
Watch Bill Johnson's Sermon: Don’t Tempt God By Forgetting His Power. Psalm 78 tells us that the Israelites tempted God by forgetting His power and the miracles He had performed amongst them. In this full sermon, Bill Johnson challenges us not to forgot the miracles of God. Keeping testimonies of God’s power in our minds and hearts keeps us locked into His goodness and we remain positioned to receive the promises and breakthroughs He wants to bring us into. Don’t be one who tempts God by forgetting His power.
Bill Johnson - Watch Sermon: The Danger of Being Easily Offended. More than ever, we can find reason for offense every day. In this sermon clip, Bill Johnson explains the enemy’s strategy in tempting us with offense, and what it does to our hearts. While there is often a legitimate reason for offense, allowing ourselves to become offended clouds our hearts and becomes a poison that makes us bitter and keeps us from effectively demonstrating the Kingdom of God in the earth.
Bill Johnson - Watch Sermon: Some Things Just Need to Be Said. Some things just need to be said. Bill Johnson teaches on the power of our words and the importance of declaring out loud what we believe. Our words often become the realities we live in.
Watch Bill Johnson - True Biblical Meditation. True biblical meditation is somewhat of a missing art that must be restored. In this sermon clip, Bill Johnson teaches on and shares the definition of biblical meditation, sharing from Joshua 1 and Psalm 1. Through biblical meditation, God’s Word becomes interwoven with the very fabric of our being, to where it affects how we think and how we live.
Bill Johnson - Watch Sermon: The Key to Emotional Health. “Rejoice always” is not a command just for those who feel happy! Bill Johnson teaches that the key to emotional health is to rejoice always. Rejoicing and choosing joy creates a momentum that sets us up for hope for the future, and keeps our heart healthy. Choosing joy establishes our trust in who God is, what He has done for us, and what He will continue to do to fulfill His purpose in our lives.
Bill Johnson - Watch Sermon: The Power of Choosing Joy. Do you know just how powerful joy is? Bill Johnson teaches from Nehemiah 8 on the power of choosing joy. There’s something about the joy of the Lord that is not subject to circumstances; you can rejoice your way into joy! When you choose to obey to God’s commands despite what you are feeling or facing, you will find yourself experiencing realities that are only possible by His grace. “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks” 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18.
Bill Johnson - Watch Sermon: The Purpose of Increase. God designed you to be fruitful! In this sermon clip Bill Johnson teaches keys to walking in God’s design, bearing much fruit. “I am the true vine, and My Father is the vinedresser. Every branch in Me that does not bear fruit He takes away; and every branch that bears fruit He prunes, that it may bear more fruit.” John 15: 1 NKJV
Bill Johnson - Watch Sermon: The Beauty and Wonder of Hope. Bill Johnson speaks about the beauty and wonder of hope. More than wishful thinking, hope is what anchors us to God’s goodness and faithfulness, and keeps our heart in a place of surrender to Him. Hopelessness robs us of the delight of obedience and the joy of sacrifice. It is our responsibility to manage our own hope levels. In this sermon, Bill shares keys for stewarding and growing hope in our own lives.
Bill Johnson - Watch Sermon: Salvation Includes Healing. Salvation is not only for the forgiveness of sins, but also healing and deliverance. The word salvation means healing, deliverance, and forgiveness. Bill Johnson teaches on salvation and what Jesus’ sacrifice on the Cross actually paid for us. What we believe about salvation impacts the way we live and how we reach out to others. God’s plan is to make us whole - body, soul, and spirit.
Watch Bill Johnson - How to Become God's Friend. How can you become a friend of God? In this sermon clip, Bill Johnson talks about how to develop a strong friendship with God. Drawing from Jesus’ example, we see how personal He is with everyone He met. Surrender and spending time with God are keys to becoming His friend.