In this message Pastor, Dishan Wickramaratne explains why Jesus called himself the Good Shepherd and why it matters to us today?
If someone asked you to explain the importance of Light in one word, what would that word be? That word must be none other than Life because, without Light, Life cannot exist. Have you ever thought about what will happen if the Sun happens to die? According to scientists, the vegetation will die within a […]
Life can entrap us. Entrap is in such a way that we will miss out on the eternal life that God has prepared for each and every one of us. Entrapment can come while we are being imprisoned and it may not necessarily be but the spiritual imprisonment of fear and unforgiveness can trap us […]
In our endeavor to find the bread of provision in life, we allow many little Foxes to take root in our lives. It is, in fact, those little Foxes that ruin the Vine. Jesus said that he is the bread of life. What is the bread of life that he is talking about? Listen to […]
The importance and the vital role of the Anointing of the Holy Spirit in my life in attempting My Utmost for His Highest.
Hell is a difficult reality, but it is something that the Bible teaches, and we can’t fully understand God and his world unless we grapple with it. In this sermon Pastor, Dishan Wickramaratne explains what makes the Biblical Hell such a bad place to be.
Inspired by the death of his 4-year-old-son Eric Clapton composed the hit song “Tears in Heaven” In it, Eric says he doesn’t belong in heaven although it’s a peaceful place where tears are absent. What about you? Do you belong in that beautiful realm? Watch this sermon to take out all doubt.
Is your knowledge about Heaven based on Biblical facts or human assumptions? Watch this sermon by Pastor Dishan Wickramaratne to find out.
It’s a fact that God is always faithful and I can count on Him in every situation of life. But one question still remains. Can God count on me to tell others about Jesus?
Will you be surprised to know there’s a type of faith that doesn’t save? Watch the sermon to learn whether yours can save?