This sermon by Glenn Meldrum comes out of Revelation 12 verses 11 and 17. He effectively lays out the spiritual battle that Christians face and some of the foremost reasons why Christians live defeated lives. He then unfolds the means of victory that is freely available to any believer that is willing to fight this good fight of faith. Pastors requesting information about IHP Ministries receive this message as an introduction to Glenn Meldrum’s ministry.
Glenn Meldrum, in this sermon, presses home what it means to be truly devoted to Jesus. The compromise the American church is living is a far cry from the faith Jesus founded 2000 years ago. By looking at the life of the early church Glenn presents the beauty and power of Biblical Christianity that is available for true saints to live today.
The glorious mystery of the indwelling Christ is the subject of this sermon by Glenn Meldrum. You will laugh and cry as you listen to this dynamic message. Most importantly, you will learn how to let Christ be unveiled in you. Jesus did not found a defeated faith. Yet the faith He calls us to live is impossible unless He lives in and through us. What a privilege that Jesus would make His home in the hearts of repentant sinners.
This sermon comes out of Psalms 144:1-5. Glenn addresses the fact that every Christian is in a spiritual war whether they like it or not. We will either live the victorious Christian life or that of a defeated individual. In this message you will learn how to walk in the victory Jesus purchased for us and that David poetically portrays.
In this soul searching message by Glenn Meldrum you will be confronted by the fact that God knows you. Using Revelation chapters two and three he addresses the problem we so often have–that we do not know ourselves. This is why we are in desperate need of the Holy Spirit searching our hearts so we can know what is deep inside of us. Without this divine searching we will remain in our sins. Because God knows and loves us perfectly He convicts us so we would know the eternal joy of dwelling with Him.
King Josiah’s reformation is the topic of Glenn’s sermon. In this message you will learn what brought revival to Judah in the days of this godly king. The reason is clear and if we will learn from this historical revival we can prepare the way for God to bring revival to us. This is not a message for those who want a lukewarm faith. But for those who yearn for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit there are some wonderful truths presented here for your gleaning and fruitful application.
In this simple, yet powerful sermon Glenn expounds upon Romans 12:1-2. You will learn about the power of surrender, what it means not to be conformed to the world and how we experience the renewing of our minds. With the application of these truths to the life we are sure to know God’s good and pleasing will. This is practical Christianity that can be revolutionary to the individual.
In this message on leadership Glenn address some of the issues ignored in the pop church growth books. The Bible is the Christian’s handbook on what leadership means, not the secular business world. A good leader first and foremost must be a person of godly character. A leader that does not have godly character destroys lives. We can only give what we are and what we possess. A spiritual man will give from the wealth he has received from God, a carnal man can only give out of the flesh. This sermon will present the power that a Pentecostal leader should really possess.
Your heart will be stirred in this teaching by Glenn Meldrum. You will learn the importance of godly character, what it is and how to mature in Christ. Proof of spiritual maturity is always revealed in the quality of our character, not in our gifts, talents or years we claim to have been a Christian. Be challenged to be more like Jesus.
Glenn Meldrum preaches a powerful message on being desperate for change. There is no hope of change for those who do not want to change. Many who claim they want to change are not desperate to take the path marked out in Scripture that always leads to victory. When people who call themselves Christian live defeated lives it is because they do not want to live out the truths of God’s Word. Learn the practical means to be an overcomer through Jesus.
Mark 14:1-11 is the text from which Glenn preaches. This message is about Mary who anointed Jesus’ feet and the costliness of true faith. Our anemic version of American Christianity that is a plague upon the church knows little to nothing of extravagant love—the love that brings joy to Jesus. Listen to this message if you want to learn how to love Jesus more; avoid if you don’t.
Glenn Meldrum, preaching more as a pastor rather than an evangelist, presents the wonder that God is the only free Being that there is. We, as creatures, are totally dependent upon Him whether we like it or not and whether we acknowledge it or not. Learn what this divine attribute means to the human race and specifically to believers.
Take a walk with Glenn in this sermon as he outlines how the True and Living God is not safe. We are so prone to reduce God in our minds to a being only slightly greater than we are. We do this to our own loss, for the Lord Almighty is more than able to save mankind. The real question is, do we really want saving? Do we really want to overcome the sin we have loved for so long? In this sermon you will find how to live the victorious Christian life.
This sermons by Glenn Meldrum examines the woman with the issue of blood in Mark 5:25-14. The primary problem we face as humans is that we are control freaks, terrified not to be the boss of our own destinies. Through the suffering of this woman and her aggressive pursuit of Jesus we learn the necessity of giving up the control to Jesus. This is all about surrender, which is one of the hardest things we will ever learn to do. If we really want to know Christ then surrender is not a one time act or that which is done in moments of crisis, but the pursuit of our lives.
This message will disturb you. It was preached at an inner-city church where Glenn confronted the welfare, entitlement mentality that is a plague to the entire church. We want a handout from God, a faith that does not cost us. But the true faith is costly. In fact, it will cost you everything. In Acts 8:9-24 Glenn examines Simon, the epitome of a mercenary Christian who, in essence, sells himself to the highest bidder. Rebuked for his gross sin he is commanded to repent. A costly faith is the only true faith. It cost Jesus everything to give and the grace of God demands that it costs us everything to receive. Listen to this sermons and let Jesus transform your life.
Using Paul’s teaching on love in 1 Corinthians 13:1-3 Glenn confronts the humanistic love that has defined the human race since Adam’s fall. Paul exquisitely defined the primary components of humanistic love and by doing so was able to define true love as defined by God. Why do marriages break down? Why are there church fights? Why are many people repulsed by some people who call themselves Christian? Because we live out a selfish, humanistic love that is destructive. Learn what true love is according to God’s definition and how we can live that out through God’s grace.
Obedience is mandatory for anyone who claims to be a real Christian. Glenn presses this idea home in this sermon by pointing out that from the beginning of Genesis to the end of Revelation obedience is a nonnegotiable part of the faith. Disobedience brings judgment, obedience God blessing, the greatest of which is His nearness. Listen to this message on your knees and cry out to God to help you learn the joy of obeying our good and loving God.
This sermon by Glenn will shake you. No watered down, wimpy message here. This is for those who want to be more than a conqueror, not for those who love and practice sin. Glenn will reveal how sin is the worst parasite that feeds upon the entirety of our lives. By contrasting Judas with Peter you will learn how both men sinned, but how one found victory through repentance and the other refusing the gift of repentance died in his sin and went to hell. Don’t let the parasite of sin be your ruin.
Since Jesus is radical, Biblical Christianity is radical. Glenn, addressing this issue, demonstrates that the faith Jesus gave the church is revolutionary in nature, not with the violence of the world, but through the laying down of our lives that others might be saved. There is a cost to discipleship. If we will not pay the price, then we cannot be His disciple. By listening to this message you will learn what it means to be a true Christian.
This sermon by Glenn Meldrum is about the historical character of Lot. Lot was a man of great compromise. The primary reason he lived a life of compromise is because he was a prayerless man. Prayer is the lifeblood of the Christian. If a believer ceases to be a person of prayer then he or she will spiritually die. Prayerless people not only ruin their own lives but are agents of hell by devastating the lives of others. This message will challenge you, confront you and bring you to your knees if you have ears to hear.
Glenn Meldrum takes his text for this sermon from Psalms 11. In this practical message Glenn addresses the psalmist statement, “When the foundations are being destroyed, what can the righteous do?” How are we to live when we see the world growing more corrupt by the day? You will learn the difference between the response of carnal people and that of men and women of faith. There is a vast difference between the two. You, too, can learn to be wise and know how to live in this present evil age.