Sermons by Pastor Jeff Knott (Page 2)

Sermons by Pastor Jeff Knott (Page 2)

Stranger Things

Pastor Jeff Knott continues the sermon series “Unmapped Spaces: Traveling the Road to Emmaus Together” with “Stranger Things”

Walking Together

Pastor Jeff Knott begins a sermon series “Unmapped Spaces: Traveling the Emmaus Road Together” with “Walking Together”.

Reconciliation

Pastor Jeff Knott of Grace Church in Port Hope, Ontario continues the sermon series on “The Joseph Stories” with “Reconciliation”: Joseph’s story is our story – what God is doing in him, He is also purposed to do in and through us. There are parallels in Joseph’s life that parallels our lives. God’s purposes in a dysfunctional world are: God deals with the hurts. We are meant to move beyond our hurts to a place of healing and freedom. God…

Anointing

Pastor Jeff Knott of Grace Church in Port Hope, Ontario continues the sermon series “The Joseph Stories” with “Anointing”: A.W. Tozer, “If the Holy Spirit was withdrawn from the church today, 95% of what we do would go on and no one would know the difference.” We mistakenly thing we can do it on our own. Jesus said, “A part from me you can do nothing.” Anointing is the power that God supplies for us to do what He calls…

Patience

Pastor Jeff Knott of Grace Church in Port Hope, Ontario continues the sermon series on “The Joseph Stories” with “Patience”: How do we have patience in the journey and patience with each other in the journey? God’s purposes in a dysfunctional world is to teach us to wait and to wait well. Even in adversity there’s an opportunity to prosper. The power of patience to change your outlook – the circumstances may not change, but we can change the way…

Prosper

Pastor Jeff Knott of Grace Church in Port Hope, Ontario continues the sermon series, “The Joseph Stories: God’s Purposes in a Dysfunctional World” with “Prosper”: God’s purpose in this world is to bless us. God’s desire to prosper means that your setting does not dictate your level of flourishing. Our blessing is not context-specific. Our blessing is a rightful inheritance of what we have in Christ. The level of flourishing has nothing to do with circumstances. Joseph starts Genesis 39…