Sermons by Jacob Wain

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Pray for transformation


2 Corinthians 7: 1-13 Our prayers of repentance do so much more than enable us to say “sorry”. Genuine repentance whereby we don’t just say that we’re going to turn away from something, but we actually do it, is a transformative act. The outworking of repentance is fruitfulness in our lives of faithful witness to […]

Pray for empowerment.


Acts 2: 1 – 41 As we come to celebrate the season of Pentecost we will be remembering specifically how the 12 disciples were told to wait, to pray and to be expectant for the arrival of the Holy Spirit. In the book of Acts we can see wonderful accounts of all the things the […]

Pray with a good heart.


In the midst of all the great teaching in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:1 – 7:29), Jesus said: “And when you pray…” (Matthew 6:5). When Luke records the disciples asking Jesus about prayer, His response began: “When you pray…” (Luke 11:2). There is nowhere in the Bible that describes prayer as a “maybe” […]

Be part of the family.


Romans 12: 1-8 As we come back to Romans, we firstly have the reminder in verses 1-2 of where we left things at the end of November: “in view of God’s mercy” we need to live transformed lives – we need to be “living the gospel”. Paul helps us to apply that to the way […]