New Year’s Message from Pastor Norval Morley

Another year has slipped away and we are all closer to the return of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, but we have so much to do.  Our vision at Kingdom Glory Centre is for the lost, to bring them to the saving grace of Jesus.  We want to rescue them and bring them into a lasting relationship and train them to go out and bring in others and allow this process to be ongoing.  We also see much need in our communities for all types of ministry and we are getting our people ready to take up leadership roles in many different ministries.

Our focus for 2014 is to obtain a building of our own so we can minister in many different area on a 24-7 basis.  That is going to take money and great commitment to achieve.  We know it is God’s will for us and because of that we have established a building fund and are encouraging people to donate as the Lord leads them.  Once we have a base of operations you can expect ministries to assist diverse people groups in our communities.  We will also be in a position to offer church activities of all types – basically something for everyone to take part in.  The leadership at Kingdom Glory Centre are united in Godly truth and we hold the Word of God as our guide in all matters.  This is the way we teach, preach and counsel and are seeing great results as God changes lives.

Let me encourage all persons in this Year of the Open Door to position yourselves for great things that God has prepared for you.  If you are already part of Kingdom Glory Centre, we look forward to continuing to serve the Lord together.  If you would like to come and join our ministry, you need only come and let us get to know you.  If you are a friend and are serving is another ministry, we encourage you to continue, and do your best to serve God.  We are expecting great things in 2014.  Check our website www.kingdomglorycentre.ca for updates as the year progresses.

Bless you all dear friends,

Pastor Norval Morley

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You Can Change the World – A Christmas Message

ChristmasYou Can Change the World – A Christmas Message

I want to remind us that Jesus is the reason for the season. It is so easy to get caught up in all the hustle and bustle of the season – shopping, decorating, parties. Even church events and special services can become tradition and just another Christmas activity, but now is the time to pause and see Jesus through new eyes.

I want to begin with the Christmas story as told in the gospel of Luke. Beginning in Luke 1 we hear of the foretelling of the birth of John the Baptist by an angel to his father Zachariah. We pick up the story which foretells of the birth of Jesus in Luke 1:26-56 when Zachariah’s wife Elizabeth is in her 6th month.  (Click here to read the story yourself). We read how an angel comes to Mary and foretells of the birth of Jesus. That “He will be great, and will be called the Son of the Most High; and the Lord God will give Him the throne of His father David; and He will reign over the house of Jacob forever; and His kingdom will have no end.” We read how the baby in Elizabeth’s womb leaps when it hears Mary’s voice, how Elizabeth is filled with the Holy Spirit and declares that “Blessed among women are you, and blessed is the fruit of your womb. And how has it happened to me that the mother of my Lord should come to me?” Mary goes on to exalt the Lord. Then the story of the birth of John the Baptist is told.

We pick up the story of Jesus’ birth in Luke 2:1-20  (Click her to read the story for yourself). We read the familiar story of how Joseph and Mary travelled to Bethlehem and Mary gave birth to her first-born son and laid Him in a manger. Then an angel appears to a group of shepherds telling them “I bring you good news of a great joy which shall be for all people; for today in the city of David there is born for you a Saviour, who is Christ the Lord.” The shepherds travel to Bethlehem and see the child and make known what the angel told them about the child. Mary ponders all these things in her heart and the shepherds glorify and praise God for all they had heard and seen.

When we read in Luke 1 of the foretelling of Jesus birth, this is not the first time His birth is foretold.
His birth,
His life,
His death
are all foretold throughout the Old Testament.
That He would come as our Saviour was planned from the beginning of time.
That He would come to a hurting world desperately in need of a Saviour was foretold.
That He would come as one whose appearance would not attract us was foretold.
That He would suffer for our sins was foretold.

Jesus was God’s plan all along.

He is the light of the world.
He is the one who sets the prisoners free and brings those who live in darkness out of the darkness.
He is the one who opens the blind eyes and makes the lame to walk.

He is here with us today.

He overcame the temptations of the devil in the desert;
He cast out demons;
He walked on water;
He raised the dead;
He healed the sick
to foretell of what those who believe in Him will do.

You will do all these things in Jesus’ name if you believe.

He died and rose again and lives forevermore in heaven.
You who believe will die and rise again and live forevermore in heaven with Him.

He came to foretell all these things.

He came to change the world.

So this Christmas you can think of a cute baby lying in a manger or
you can ponder all these things in your heart as Mary did and
you can glorify God and praise Him for the amazing gift of Christmas which is Jesus as the shepherds did.
Not the baby in the manger, but
the Saviour of the world,
the Lord of all things,
the King of all kings,
the one who has defeated death through His death on the cross,
the one who is forever praying to the Father for us,
the one who is coming back as the leader of the armies of heaven
coming for His bride to bring her home,
coming for the final battle.

In this season, He is calling those who believe to rise up with Him;
to put on the armour of God;
to defeat the enemy at every turn;
to rise up victorious with Him in the end.

There may be some of you today who think you are a baby Christian and still need others to take care of you and guide you, but you who believe can call on the power of Jesus blood shed on the cross to defeat the enemy in every form -
temptation,
sickness,
blindness,
lameness,
darkness in your soul.

You can overcome it all.

You can help others to overcome it all.

You can be filled with the glorious light of Christ.
You can spread the joy of the Lord.
You can have the peace that passes all understanding.
You can be so filled with the love of God that it overflows on everyone you meet.
You can be full of mercy for the downtrodden.
You can be gracious to those who do not deserve it.
You can forgive the unforgivable.

You can change the world.

Then you will truly grasp the meaning of Christmas.

Jesus came not only as your personal Saviour, but so you could change the world through the power you receive from Him.

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Ministry Update – November 2012

The first Kingdom Glory Centre Prayer Update is now available.  Click here to read the update and subscribe to receive these updates automatically on a monthly basis.

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Ministry Update – October 2012

The first Kingdom Glory Centre Prayer Update is now available.  Click here to read the update and subscribe to receive these updates automatically on a monthly basis.

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