Nurturing the correct Christian Identity is one of the most crucial parts of the modern walk of faith. In this C. H. E. Sadaphal Sermon, discover exactly how the process is done.

Have you ever found yourself wavering between opinions? Do you hop from branch to branch, often falling by the frailty of an opinion that can’t support the weight of your soul? Can you picture a better, more faithful and obedient version of yourself but find that it’s either too hard or painful to keep up? Discover how to embrace who God truly called you to be and develop a fearless, unwavering, single-minded dedication to Elohim. The danger of wavering in 2015 is that we lose sight of the truth, become numb to God, and thus unable to act for good. The problem today isn’t that we lack opinions. Rather, the opinions that we do have are the root cause of an identity crisis.

A unchangeable Christian Identity firmly rooted in Christ refuses to compromise, is unafraid of the trouble and challenges that come with transformation, and boldly proclaims that Jehovah is God is a world that is apathetic to sin, responsibility, and accountability.

Before it was popular to break the rules, before it was in vogue to live “on the edge,” the prophet Elijah in the Book of Kings had the brazen audacity to take a firm stand for the God whom He served in a world that would rather pass Him by. In chapter 18 of I Kings, we find Elijah atop a mountain going up against 850 false prophets in the “Superbowl of deities.” It is there that the man of God asks, “How long will you hesitate between two opinions?”



The video above can also be found by following the link here.

This sermon was performed at Deeper Life Christian Fellowship in Richmond Hill, Queens, NY. Dr. Sadaphal is scheduled to preach on the last Sunday of every month for the foreseeable future. For more information, please click on the Contact tab above.

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God Bless.


Dr. C. H. E. Sadaphal

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  1. Dionne says:

    Preach it brother minister!

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