Bishop Murray shares through John 5:1-9, when you move with God you cannot fail and when you move without God you cannot win. There is a time to be still, but there is a time for making a move.
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In this interview, Dr. Murray has a conversation with Rev. Kenneth Bae and Sandra Fahy about the blatant violations of religious freedom and human rights against the citizens of North Korea.
Kenneth Bae is a Christian missionary that is the founder of Nehemiah Global Initiative. He is also known for being captured and held in prison in North Korea. Sandra Fahy is an associate professor at Sophia University in Tokyo and a Fellow at Harvard University. She has written two books on the suffering and lack of human rights in North Korea.
Bishop Murray explores faith as identified in Hebrews 11. Faith is the affirmative response to God’s will and Word. Man possesses faith when He takes God at His Word. He explains how we don’t need to see something to believe it. Faith is the acceptance of something simply because God has said it.
Bishop Murray ministers to the power of trusting in God through all of life’s problems. Drawing from Exodus 2:11-17, we learn the difference between a Moses who operated in his own abilities to a Moses who submitted to God and as a result became victorious as God delivered the Israelites out of bondage.
In this sermon, Bishop Murray shares how the resurrection of Jesus Christ makes all the difference. God is not just going to change where your life is headed once you die. God is going to change where you are headed right now in your life that you are living. The same power that God used to raise Jesus Christ, will be used to change who you are now, into the person God wants you to become.
In this lesson, Bishop Murray discusses how people are obsessed with washing their hands during this viral pandemic. Did you know the Bible also tells people to wash their hands? Join us as Bishop Murray explains through Scripture how people washed their hands for three reasons: Sanitation, Separation, and Sanctification.
Respect is definitely very important to me. In my life as a leader there are two things that I hold close to in my relationship with others and they are respect and loyalty. Let me address loyalty briefly. Loyalty is important in any kind of relationship, because you want to know that that person has your back. Loyalty should not be blind in its purpose, nor should it require one to bend the rules or break the law to demonstrate one’s faithfulness to another – rather loyalty in its simplest form is seen when a person stands by you to support and be an aide with no hidden agenda. This type of loyalty is two-way, in that when one helps the other, the other when opportunities or situations arise remembers the one that was there for them and reciprocates.