This sermon was given at a worship service on Sunday at the Zana Community Church in Kampala, Uganda. The church had a special Sunday service to celebrate the children that God has given us. All the Sunday service activities were led by children. In this sermon, entitled "A Family Code of Conduct," which was given on this occasion, we will look at the basics of Christian parenting, what the Bible says about how children should act toward their parents, and how parents should treat their children.


2 Kings 18:1-8

Studies on the life of Hezekiah.

Although the Bible recognises Solomon for his great wisdom,  the Bible on the other hand recognises Hezekiah for his great faith. In 2 Kings 18:5, the Bible says that "Hezekiah trusted in the LORD, the God of Israel. There was no one like him among all the kings of Judah before him or after him."

This message entitled "Destroying Our Idols" is the first in our Study on the Life of Hezekiah.

10 Profound Lessons to Learn from the Long Term Suffering of Job

In this fourth message of our study on the book of Job, we will look at the following 10 profound lessons that we ought to learn from the long-term suffering of Job: 

  1. Beware of theological statements that are superficial and wrongly applied
  2. Beware of a man-centred God and man-centred formulas for living before God
  3. Free the false popular theology that always sees suffering as related to specific personal sins
  4. Suffering and prosperity are not distributed in this world in proportion to personal evil or good
  5. Remember that God is still absolutely sovereign over all suffering and overall prosperity
  6. Remember God's wisdom is behind all appearances of severity and our betrayal in this world
  7. Don't be surprised by the sense of distance from God in the midst of your suffering
  8. Be careful in your complaints to God, but pour out your heart before Him
  9. Hold fast to God no matter what!
  10. Hold fast to the gospel no matter what!


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