In this message, JFK Mensah draws lessons from the life of Josiah for Christians today. He reminds us that we are all called long before our birth; that our youth must not be wasted; that the Word of God must confront and convict us so we can be transformed; and that our lives can have greater impact than we imagine. As we prepare our hearts for Christmas, it is timely to seek reformation in the Word who became flesh and dwelt among us. God bless you as you listen.
What is the meaning of Paul's controversial counsel to Timothy in 1 Tim. 4:16? With strong warnings to especially young Christians and leaders about the far-reaching consequences of the kind of example they are living, Rev. JFK Mensah expounds on the verse to a congregation gathered for the 2013 GHAFES EZRA Conference. He also speaks about the need to watch our attitude to the Bible, and ensure that we obey and not just hear the words of God.
Many Christians sin easily and often against the Holy Spirit because He doesn't seem as real as Jesus and the Father. In this message from his series on Christian Leadership, Rev. JFK Mensah attempts to convince every leader that the Holy Spirit is the most important personality in their leadership, and presents nine indispensable areas in which they need the Holy Spirit.
Why must every Christian leader invest in excellence? Even God assessed His own handiwork and declared it to be "very good". Any Christian who produces a character and output less than this standard is unremarkable to God, men, and Satan. How can we attain excellence in our lives? Rev. JFK Mensah addresses this.