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The Holy Spirit Has Given You Gifts to Bless Others

August 3, 2021 | By: Basingstoke Salvation Army |

Today's #BattleDrill devotional: As a Christian, the Holy Spirit has given you at least one special ability to help fulfil God’s calling on your life. #salvationarmy #basingstoke #devotional Read Mark 3:13-19. The moment you accepted that Jesus had chosen you, the moment you answered his call, and came to him, he saved you. He forgave you for all the wrong things you have done in your life. He gave you eternal life. He gave you the gift of his Holy Spirit to help you become more like him and as a witness to your salvation. And he gave you at least one special ability with which to serve him and other people. We call these special abilities “spiritual gifts.” There are several of them, dotted throughout the New Testament, but they are all given to help you do what Jesus has chosen you for and called you to do. Sadly, most Christians don’t know what their spiritual gifts are, and as a Christian leader I must take my share of the responsibility for that. But you have at least one, and if you don’t know what it is, then I urge you to discover what it is. There are small group courses like Network you can take, and assessments or questionnaires you can complete. Ask your spiritual leader for some help. Once you know what your spiritual gifts are, God doesn’t expect you to keep them to yourself. They should be used to benefit other people! I can be blessed by your spiritual gifts (which may be different to mine), and you can be blessed by mine. Perhaps the biggest blessing in your life is when you are using your spiritual gifts to bless others and fulfilling Jesus’ calling on your life. Why not take a step towards that today? THINK IT OVER Think about the following: o How are you using your spiritual gifts today to bless others?


God Equips the Called

August 2, 2021 | By: Basingstoke Salvation Army |

Today's #BattleDrill devotional: Jesus has chosen and called you for a life purpose. But he doesn’t wait until you say “yes” before he equips you for it. #salvationarmy #basingstoke #devotional Read Mark 3:13-19. God did not create you without a purpose. He knew what he was choosing for you and calling you to do before he created you. God’s calling on your life is to fulfil that life purpose. We were not meant to be spectators. We’re not here just to breathe in the air and use up resources! Jesus has chosen and called you to work, just as he did his first disciples. As you look at the abilities, talents and skills God has given you, as you sense the passion he has laid on your heart, as you discover the spiritual gifts he has given you, you can begin to discover what your life purpose is. It might be a job. It might be a career. It might be to serve your family. It might be to help your community. But whatever your abilities, talents, skills, passions and spiritual gifts are pointing to, that’s God’s purpose for your life. And the best thing you can do is to fulfil it! Life is too short to do anything else! If you have not yet answered Jesus’ call, if you are not doing what you have been chosen for, then ask God to open doors to allow you to do it. Don’t waste another minute doing something Jesus has not chosen or called you for. THINK IT OVER Think about the following: o What do you think God has chosen you for? Do you need to make changes to do it more effectively?


Why Has Jesus Chosen You?

August 1, 2021 | By: Basingstoke Salvation Army |

Today's #BattleDrill devotional: Jesus has chosen and called you for a purpose. Do you know what it is? If you haven’t discovered it yet, how do you find out? #salvationarmy #basingstoke #devotional This week we focus on Jesus’ calling. How we discover it and how Jesus wants us to use our talents, skills, abilities, passions and gifts to serve him and connect with others. You can watch or listen to yesterday’s sermon from our series, Connected, called How Jesus Connected at https://basingstokesalvationarmy.sermon.net/main. Read Mark 3:13-19. God designed you with talents, abilities and skills. He has put a particular passion in your heart and as a Christian, he has given you at least one spiritual gift so you can serve others. Jesus doesn’t expect you to follow someone else’s calling. He doesn’t choose you to fulfil someone else’s purpose. God made you to be you and no-one else. Jesus has chosen you for a specific calling, a divine purpose. A calling is not just for Salvation Army officers! Everyone has been called by Jesus. Your God-given abilities, talents and skills, the passion he has placed on your heart and the spiritual gifts he has given you are all a clue to your life’s calling, your purpose, your mission in life. Once you’ve spotted the clues, are you ready to accept your calling? THINK IT OVER Think about the following: o What do you think Jesus wants you to do with your life? Are you doing it?


How Jesus Connected | Basingstoke Salvation Army | Live Worship - 1 August 2021

August 1, 2021 | By: Lieutenant Rob Westwood-Payne |

Basingstoke Salvation Army is led by Lieutenant Rob Westwood-Payne, and exists to welcome everyone into God’s family; equip everyone to follow Christ’s life example; love God with all of our heart; tell everyone God’s story and serve everyone by meeting their needs. You can find an archive of our live broadcasts at https://basingstokesalvationarmy.sermon.net/liveworship/ or Subscribe to our Live Worship podcast: feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-worship-video or at https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/basingstoke-salvation-army-live-worship/id1518279327 The use of music in this video is covered by the following licences: CCLI Church Copyright Licence No. 30158 CCLI Music Reproduction Licence No. 615607 CCLI Church Video Licence No. 833953 CCLI PPL Church Licence No. 1649696 CCLI PRS for Music Church Licence No. 1003304 CCLI Streaming Licence No. 57569 PRS Limited Online Music Licence No. LE-0019444


How Jesus Connected | Basingstoke Salvation Army | Lieutenant Rob Westwood-Payne

August 1, 2021 | By: Lieutenant Rob Westwood-Payne |

This sermon looks at Jesus right at the start of his ministry. We see how he connected with others, gathering around him a small group to live life together. It changed them for the better! View an archive of our sermons at https://BasingstokeSalvationArmy.sermon.net/sermons or Subscribe in your favourite podcast program at https://feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons (video) or https://feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons-audio (Audio) and also at Videos: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons/id590227349 Android: https://subscribeonandroid.com/feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.co.uk/podcasts/938d5de6-f7ea-4558-9aae-dfae47112eeb/Basingstoke-Salvation-Army-Live-Worship By Email: https://subscribebyemail.com/feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons Audio: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons-audio/id1496497538 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5wb2RjYXN0bWlycm9yLmNvbS9iYXNpbmdzdG9rZS1zYWx2YXRpb24tYXJteS1zZXJtb25zLWF1ZGlv Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2aPBRG2cpQEziidjkLcNf7 Tunein: http://tun.in/pjqAW Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=395784&refid=stpr By Email: https://subscribebyemail.com/feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons-audio The use of music in this video is covered by the following licences: CCLI Church Copyright Licence No. 30158 CCLI Music Reproduction Licence No. 615607 CCLI Church Video Licence No. 833953 CCLI PPL Church Licence No. 1649696 CCLI PRS for Music Church Licence No. 1003304 CCLI Streaming Licence No. 57569 PRS Limited Online Music Licence No. LE-0019444


Your Generosity is a Witness

July 29, 2021 | By: Basingstoke Salvation Army |

Today's #BattleDrill devotional: How does your neighbour know you are a Christian? Paul suggests one of the best ways people can tell we're followers of Jesus is in how we give. #salvationarmy #basingstoke #devotional https://www.equippinghispeople.com/battle-drill-210730/


Giving: Your Attitude Matters

July 27, 2021 | By: Basingstoke Salvation Army |

Today's #BattleDrill devotional: When it comes to giving, the amount we give isn't as important as the attitude we have when we're giving. #salvationarmy #basingstoke #devotional Read 2 Corinthians 9:1-15. “It’s not what you said, it’s the way that you said it!” Have you ever said that to someone, or had it said to you? When someone says this, it means that the words used don’t matter as much as the attitude that was behind them. The same is true for God when it comes to giving. The amount we give isn’t as important as the attitude we have when we’re giving. After all, Jesus didn’t commend the rich who were putting large amounts of money into the temple coffers. Instead, he highlighted the poor widow who gave only two small coins. He wasn’t interested in the amount of money, but the attitude in which it was given; he could see into the hearts of the givers. The rich were giving a tiny proportion from their surplus. It would make no difference to them and their hearts were cold. The widow gave all she had, and she revealed a warm, kind and generous heart as those two small coins dropped into the treasury chest. God is a cheerful giver. Think about all the things in our lives that he gives because he loves us and wants the best for us. And he is pleased when we give generously and joyfully, because we are created in his image, and the best thing we can do with our lives is to learn to be more like him. So, let’s be thoughtful in our giving. Let’s examine our giving in our hearts, before God, and then choose to be decisive and cheerful in whatever we choose to give. When we stop to appreciate God’s grace to us, then we will be ready to respond and to give our all, generously and cheerfully. THINK IT OVER Think about the following: o Why do you give? What do you think are valid motives for giving?


Worry Can Rob You of God's Blessings

July 26, 2021 | By: Basingstoke Salvation Army |

Today's #BattleDrill devotional: Money worries can have a huge effect on our ability to give generously. We worry if we will have enough money to meet our own needs if we generously give it away to others. #salvationarmy #basingstoke #devotional Read 2 Corinthians 9:1-15. Money can often be a huge source of worry for us. How will I pay my bills this month? What if the current economic crisis means I lose my job? What will I live on when I retire? What happens if my money ever runs out? These worries can have a huge effect on our ability to give generously. We worry if we will have enough money to meet our own needs if we generously give it away to others. Paul offers assurance. God is able to meet our needs. He is the Almighty. He owns the universe. And he promises to bless those who give back to him. People who give back to God will lack nothing they really need. In the Old Testament, God promised his people: Bring all the tithes into the storehouse so there will be enough food in my Temple. If you do,” says the Lord of Heaven’s Armies, “I will open the windows of heaven for you. I will pour out a blessing so great you won’t have enough room to take it in! Try it! Put me to the test! Malachi 3:10 (NLT) God promises to bless the generous giver with enough for their needs and to multiply their resources to continue sharing with others. Don’t let worry rob you of his blessing! Instead, ask him to meet your needs today. THINK IT OVER Think about the following: o What have been some of the results of your generous giving?


A Marathon, Not a Sprint

July 25, 2021 | By: Basingstoke Salvation Army |

Today's #BattleDrill devotional: Sometimes, we need a prod to rediscover our enthusiasm for doing the right thing. #salvationarmy #basingstoke #devotional This week we are focusing on what happens when we are generous. You can catch yesterday's sermon at https://basingstokesalvationarmy.sermon.net. Read 2 Corinthians 9:1-15. Many of us sharing this devotional are “middle milers,” in the middle of the Christian race. It’s a place often less thrilling than the start of the race or reaching the end. It requires stubborn determination to keep going. We need motivation to persevere. And sometimes, we need a prod to rediscover our enthusiasm for doing the right thing. The Corinthian Christians were initially enthusiastic about contributing to the collection for their brothers and sisters in Jerusalem. In fact, their willingness to do so had encouraged the Macedonian church to do the same. But now Paul is worried. The Corinthian collection has not yet been sent. Has their enthusiasm for it waned? In these two verses, Paul gives them a little prod to rekindle it. Perhaps there are times we need to be reminded of God’s ways. We know – indeed we are eager – to be generous as our Heavenly Father is generous. But as middle milers, sometimes we can forget this principle for living. May Paul’s encouragement be encouragement for us all! THINK IT OVER Think about the following: o How do you decide what to give, and to whom?


Joy | Basingstoke Salvation Army | Young People's Sergeant Major Gail Westwood-Payne

July 25, 2021 | By: Lieutenant Rob Westwood-Payne |

This sermon for Young People's Anniversary Sunday, encourages us to look beyond things that don't last to bring us joy, and to discover the deep well of joy that Jesus can bring. View an archive of our sermons at https://BasingstokeSalvationArmy.sermon.net/sermons or Subscribe in your favourite podcast program at https://feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons (video) or https://feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons-audio (Audio) and also at Videos: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons/id590227349 Android: https://subscribeonandroid.com/feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.co.uk/podcasts/938d5de6-f7ea-4558-9aae-dfae47112eeb/Basingstoke-Salvation-Army-Live-Worship By Email: https://subscribebyemail.com/feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons Audio: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons-audio/id1496497538 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5wb2RjYXN0bWlycm9yLmNvbS9iYXNpbmdzdG9rZS1zYWx2YXRpb24tYXJteS1zZXJtb25zLWF1ZGlv Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2aPBRG2cpQEziidjkLcNf7 Tunein: http://tun.in/pjqAW Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=395784&refid=stpr By Email: https://subscribebyemail.com/feeds.podcastmirror.com/basingstoke-salvation-army-sermons-audio The use of music in this video is covered by the following licences: CCLI Church Copyright Licence No. 30158 CCLI Music Reproduction Licence No. 615607 CCLI Church Video Licence No. 833953 CCLI PPL Church Licence No. 1649696 CCLI PRS for Music Church Licence No. 1003304 CCLI Streaming Licence No. 57569 PRS Limited Online Music Licence No. LE-0019444