May 7, 2024

Competing Voices

Messiah’s House · Competing – Jason Craft The Holy Spirit is not just an influence or force but He is a person.  The Scriptures attribute to the Holy Spirit characteristics that only a person can truly possess.  He is portrayed as a thinking being, a being who has a mind, an emotional being, and a volitional being.  The Holy Spirit reasons, speaks, and He can even be grieved.  The Holy Spirit has a positive ministry in our lives and one of His roles is to reveal the plans of God to us.  He will speak to us and lead us […]
April 30, 2024

Your Past Is Not Yours

Messiah’s House · Your Past Is Not Yours – Jason Craft The ministry of The Holy Spirit is one of comfort, not condemnation. His role is positive, not negative! The Spirit convicts us of righteousness so that we have confidence to draw near to God. The Holy Spirit wants to inspire confidence, not self doubt. This message deals with how the enemy wants to use our past and our guilty conscience to condemn us and try to separate us from an awareness of God’s love.
April 22, 2024

Taking Comfort in Conviction

Messiah’s House · Taking Comfort in Conviction – Jason Craft The ministry of the Holy Spirit is not one of condemnation, it’s one of comfort. Just as God did not send Jesus to condemn the world, Jesus did not send the Holy Spirit to condemn the world. When we think about Holy Spirit conviction, we need to first understand that His role in our lives is positive, not negative. This message deals with how the Holy Spirit convicts us and how we can be strengthened and comforted by His convictions.
April 15, 2024

The Gospel of Fear

Messiah’s House · The Gospel of Fear – Jason Craft Many people in the Church were saved by the gospel of fear rather than the gospel of love. In other words, many people come to Christ simply because they are afraid of eternal damnation, not because they want an everlasting place with a God who loves them. When a person gets saved out of fear they usually continue to serve God out of fear and the end result is lukewarm christianity.  This message deals with three main reasons that you never have to be afraid of God or serve God […]
April 4, 2024

Truth From The Tombs

Messiah’s House · Truths From The Tomb – Jason Craft From a historical standpoint, almost everyone knows something about the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter is by far the most well attended Sunday service every year for churches across the land. Many people know that Jesus was laid in a tomb after his death and that a stone was placed over the entrance so that no one could steal His body. Scripture tells us that when the women went to the tomb to anoint the body of Jesus that they found the stone had been rolled away and that the […]
March 19, 2024

Don’t be Surprised

Messiah’s House · Don’t be Surprised – Jason Craft A Missionary is defined as a person on a mission. Every Christian has been given a mission to make God known. When you live life on mission, there are certain things that you need to be aware of and understand because ignorance is a breeding ground for deception. Following Jesus is costly and if you aren’t prepared for trouble, then you can become offended at God and frustrated with His people. This message deals with six things that can possibly come your way when you are running the race that God […]
March 12, 2024

Opposition to the Word

Messiah’s House · Opposition to the Word – Jason Craft Satan will always try to oppose the Word of God that is over your life. When you fight the opposition to the Word over you and you endure, you then experience the reality of that Word. The Word belongs to you because you fought for it. This message deals with three tools that the enemy tries to use when he opposes God’s Word.
March 6, 2024

Demons, Deliverance, and a Double Loser

Messiah’s House · Demons, Deliverance, and a Double Loser – Jason Craft Acts 12 presents the first loss from the apostolic company, the death of James, brother of John, one of the “Sons of Thunder”. At the same time, and from the same executioner, we find Peter delivered by the mighty hand of God. Why the difference? Why didn’t God send an angel to deliver James like He did for Peter? There is much more to this event than most people realize. Listen to this teaching today and be encouraged in your journey with God.
February 26, 2024

Defeating Defeatism

Messiah’s House · Defeating Defeatism – Jason Craft One of the most devastating attitudes in the Christian life is defeatism. A defeatist is one who emphasizes bad aspects or conditions and expects the worst. Defeatism causes people to accept defeat with the belief that further effort would be useless. This way of thinking is rooted in unbelief as it pertains to the promises of God and this attitude robs many people of living a victorious christian life. If you are tired of feeling hopeless and you need some things to turn around in your life, then this message if for […]
February 6, 2024

Hurry Up and Trust God

Messiah’s House · Hurry Up and Trust God – Jason Craft Patience is fruit of the Holy Sprit.  The Bible also tells us that God Himself is patient with us.  God would not need patience if He wasn’t choosing to wait on certain things.  As God’s people, we are called to walk in patience because we too have to wait on certain things at certain times. Trusting God requires us to wait on God. While it may be difficult, waiting on the Lord isn’t a passive activity.  There are things that we can do as we are waiting on God.  […]
February 1, 2024

The Key To Spiritual Health

Messiah’s House · The Key To Spiritual Health – Gary London Unlock the secrets to a thriving spiritual life with Pastor Gary London’s enlightening sermon, ‘The Key to Spiritual Health.’ In this powerful message delivered yesterday, Pastor Gary delves into the essential principles that nourish our souls and cultivate a vibrant relationship with the divine. Join us as we explore timeless wisdom and practical insights to rejuvenate your spiritual journey. Don’t miss out on this transformative message – watch now and embark on a path to greater spiritual vitality!
January 23, 2024

The Connection Between Trust and Obedience

Messiah’s House · – Jason Craft Trust and obedience are companions in scripture. Trust initiates and motivates obedience.  Obedience expresses, affirms, and confirms trust.  We obey because we trust and because we trust we obey.  Trust fuels obedience and obedience strengthens our trust.  Failing to obey God demonstrates a lack of trust on our part.  In this teaching we look at an Old Testament King who missed out on the promises of God because he simply didn’t trust and obey God.