The New Harvest Christian Fellowship

May

God’s Word

When our roots are sunk down into God’s Word; when the truth of the Bible is our source of spiritual nourishment; when we feast on the great and precious promises that His Word contains, our faith remains fresh. It doesn’t mean that we don’t struggle. Doubt, discouragement and spiritual drought await us around every corner. Yet, by God’s grace and through His Spirit, those who focus their hearts and minds on His Word are able to endure these trials. Their faith will stay strong and joy will continue to fill their soul.

 

Sermon by Calven Celliers

 

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First Impressions

Some people consider themselves to be “first impressions kind of people”. They base their assessment of someone on their initial appearances. Many people are “first impressions kind of people” because of the busy, instant society that we live in. But what kind of people should we as believers be? As disciples, should we be first impressions kind of people?

 

Sermon by Graham Mol

 

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Yet I Hold This Against You

Jesus had many positive things to say to the church in Ephesus. But Jesus doesn’t stop there. He goes on in Revelation 2:4 to say, “Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken the love you had at first.” Their forsaking their first love wouldn’t have happened in one giant step. From what we have seen in the lives of others and the examples of people like Samson and Saul in the Bible, this is a gradual thing. There is a time when our love for God is so great and so infectious that people are drawn to Him through what they see in us. But then, people who used to pray a lot gradually stop praying. People who may have been giving a lot gradually stop giving. People who used to witness to the lost gradually stop witnessing. Until finally, when Jesus looks at them, He says, "This I have against you. You have forsaken your first love."

 

Sermon by Calven Celliers

 

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