Scripture text: Heb. 11:8-13, 16, 23-27, 32-12:2. Abraham received the temporal promise of the land, but he got a vision of Jesus and when he got the land, he felt like, “Is this it?” He eventually looked up and was looking for another city. There is an eternal (vertical) perspective and a temporal (horizontal) perspective to faith. Which one is primary and which one is secondary in your life? We are to seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness. We can receive prosperity, not by seeking it, but through faithfulness, communion with God, giving Him our hearts. The great men of faith saw suffering as of greater worth than earthly gain. Some faith heroes did great things. Some suffered greatly, but did not accomplish anything. The currency of heaven is faith, not accomplishment. Strive to be like Christ. How do you see Jesus? This is a time of war to establish the will of God on earth.
Listen as Christopher takes us from our limitations to the possibilities of Jesus Christ in us. He defines faith and carefully explains the difference between faith and hope. How do we go from hope to faith? What is the prayer of faith? Scriptures: Rom. 12:3; Heb. 11:6, 1, 2; Rom. 4:17; Mark 11:23-24; James 5:15-18; I John 5:14 and 15.
Christopher preaches on what a covenant is, different covenants in the Bible, and most importantly, what the blood covenant of Jesus with God did for all people. He further explained Paul’s teaching concerning the First Communion.
Christopher Alam preaches on suffering and misconceptions about suffering, especially concerning health and healing.
We must reclaim the healing Gospel of Jesus Christ. You will get a foundation for faith in God/Jesus as the healer by considering: What is your attitude towards God? How does God see you? Why does God heal us? What causes disease? What does the Old Testament say about healing?
Christopher shares pictures from his crusades/ministry and then preaches on Luke 4:14-22. We, as the Body of Christ, need to develop godly habits, be faithful, committed, and be good to our word. We are in a time of mercy and salvation, not judgment. Jesus caught the Jews attention in the synagogue when He stopped reading the scriptures before the end of the passage and shocked them by saying that He fulfilled the scripture He was reading (Is. 61). Jesus was declaring He was the jubilee (Lev. 25). He was the Lamb, Pentecost was the fire, and the pastor preaching the Gospel is the priest blowing the trumpet. Believe and speak the work of God until it engulfs the sickness.
World evangelist, Christopher Alam preaches on how to handle difficult times using Matthew 24 and 25. What have I done for the kingdom of God with what God has put in my life? What in my life is of eternal value?
Using Joshua as the Biblical example, Christopher encourages us to never give up, but be strong and of good courage. We need to believe God and get out of the wilderness and possess what God has for us. Fulfill the Great Commission!
Evangelist Christopher Alam clarifies the difference between faith and hope. Find out how faith comes to us as a gift from God when we put His Word in our hearts, and believe and speak that we have what we prayed for “now”.
Starting with Ephesians 2:6-10, Christopher preaches on seven (7) points to walking out our destiny.