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New believer – Potters House2020-04-30T15:32:33+00:00
LATEST ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to COVID-19 our in person church services will be live streamed through an app called Zoom. You are welcome to join us on Wednesday evenings at 7pm & Sunday mornings at 11am. Download the app and join the meeting with the following ID: 156-156-222 (Password: 364658) Join us!

LATEST ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to COVID-19 our in person church services will be live streamed through an app called Zoom. You are welcome to join us on Wednesday evenings at 7pm & Sunday mornings at 11am. Download the app and join the meeting with the following

ID: 156-156-222 (Password: 364658) Join us!

Resources for the New Believer

Purpose, meaning, and a reason for living — these are all things we desire and search for in life. The one and the only way to find that meaning are through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. If you don’t yet have a personal relationship with Him, please read How to Know God.

If you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, you have made the most important decision of your life! You need to keep moving forward in your relationship with the Lord by taking these steps to grow spiritually:

Study The Bible

At The Potter’s House Dublin “Everyone Counts”.

In an ever-increasing congregation, we want to make sure “No One” gets “lost in the crowd”. With the twelve or twelve thousand, Jesus had time for the individual.

So we meet regularly for Bible Studies in an informal setting to study God’s holy word.

We start with some praise & worship followed by a brief period to pray for personal needs. Then we consider a biblical topic geared towards deepening our understanding of Gods infallible word and faith-building, through group participation.

Believers can ask questions and make meaningful contributions through their own experiences, testimonies and revelation.

This is followed with refreshments and an opportunity to get to know other Christians, who just like yourselves are discovering the wonderful power of God.

You don’t need an invitation from us… be our guest! You are assured of the most exciting time of your life as you… get involved!

Pray

The idea of talking to God can be intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. In fact, prayer can be a wonderful experience if we know how to do it God’s way. Fortunately, we have God’s Word to teach us how to pray.

The Bible instructs us to pray at all times, in any posture, in any place, for any reason. In addition, it does not matter whether you pray in King James English or the most contemporary jargon. God only desires that you pray from a pure and sincere heart.

The disciples observed the profound effect prayer had in Jesus’ life and ministry. They witnessed how Jesus would often go off by himself to spend time in prayer with his heavenly Father.

They saw the power, peace, and tranquility that came from his life, giving him the ability to stay calm in troubled circumstances. Jesus’ prayer life so impressed these men that they asked him to teach them to pray. (Luke 11:1-13) Certainly if the perfect Son of God often took time to pray during his life here on earth, how much more do we, mere men and women, need to pray?

Because prayer is an essential ingredient to walking with Jesus Christ, we need to examine its elements found in God’s Word.

  • Prayer was modeled for us by Christ. Jesus took the time to show his followers how to pray. (Matthew 6:5-15)
  • Prayer is Not a Lonesome Experience. God has given us his Holy Spirit to aid us in prayer, even when we do not know what to pray. (Romans 8:26-27)
  • Prayer Allows Us to Voice Our Requests to God. Prayer is God’s appointed way for us to relate our concerns and present our needs to him. (James 4:2-3)
  • Prayer Enables Us to Seek Forgiveness. When we pray sincerely for forgiveness, God will hear our prayers and restore us. (Hosea 14:1-7)
  • Prayer Helps Us Overcome Worry. In the midst of troubles, we can receive God’s peace through prayer. (Philippians 4:6-7)
  • Prayer Increases Our Spiritual Knowledge and Maturity. God will give us greater spiritual understanding through prayer. (Jeremiah 33:3)

Study The Bible

At The Potter’s House Dublin “Everyone Counts”.

In an ever-increasing congregation, we want to make sure “No One” gets “lost in the crowd”. With the twelve or twelve thousand, Jesus had time for the individual.

So we meet regularly for Bible Studies in an informal setting to study God’s holy word.

We start with some praise & worship followed by a brief period to pray for personal needs. Then we consider a biblical topic geared towards deepening our understanding of Gods infallible word and faith-building, through group participation.

Believers can ask questions and make meaningful contributions through their own experiences, testimonies and revelation.

This is followed with refreshments and an opportunity to get to know other Christians, who just like yourselves are discovering the wonderful power of God.

You don’t need an invitation from us… be our guest! You are assured of the most exciting time of your life as you… get involved!

Pray

The idea of talking to God can be intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. In fact, prayer can be a wonderful experience if we know how to do it God’s way. Fortunately, we have God’s Word to teach us how to pray.

The Bible instructs us to pray at all times, in any posture, in any place, for any reason. In addition, it does not matter whether you pray in King James English or the most contemporary jargon. God only desires that you pray from a pure and sincere heart.

The disciples observed the profound effect prayer had in Jesus’ life and ministry. They witnessed how Jesus would often go off by himself to spend time in prayer with his heavenly Father.

They saw the power, peace, and tranquility that came from his life, giving him the ability to stay calm in troubled circumstances. Jesus’ prayer life so impressed these men that they asked him to teach them to pray. (Luke 11:1-13) Certainly if the perfect Son of God often took time to pray during his life here on earth, how much more do we, mere men and women, need to pray?

Because prayer is an essential ingredient to walking with Jesus Christ, we need to examine its elements found in God’s Word.

  • Prayer was modeled for us by Christ. Jesus took the time to show his followers how to pray. (Matthew 6:5-15)
  • Prayer is Not a Lonesome Experience. God has given us his Holy Spirit to aid us in prayer, even when we do not know what to pray. (Romans 8:26-27)
  • Prayer Allows Us to Voice Our Requests to God. Prayer is God’s appointed way for us to relate our concerns and present our needs to him. (James 4:2-3)
  • Prayer Enables Us to Seek Forgiveness. When we pray sincerely for forgiveness, God will hear our prayers and restore us. (Hosea 14:1-7)
  • Prayer Helps Us Overcome Worry. In the midst of troubles, we can receive God’s peace through prayer. (Philippians 4:6-7)
  • Prayer Increases Our Spiritual Knowledge and Maturity. God will give us greater spiritual understanding through prayer. (Jeremiah 33:3)

God Heals

God Heals Miracles and Healings happen on purpose not by chance. Supernatural miracles

We are all gifted, but we have to discover the gift, uncover the gift, nurture and develop the gift and use it for the Glory of God and for the liberation struggle of our people.

Grace is the enabling gift of God not to sin. Grace is power, not just pardon. Your worst days are never so bad that you are beyond the reach of God’s grace. And your best days are never so good that you are beyond the need of God’s grace.

Good works is giving to the poor and the helpless, but divine works is showing them their worth to the One who matters.

Being a Christian is more than just an instantaneous conversion – it is a daily process whereby you grow to be more and more like Christ.

Billy Graham

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

God cannot give us a happiness and peace apart from Himself, because it is not there. There is no such thing.

C. S. Lewis

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