Mustard Seed Faith

January 19, 2020 Aries Zulkarnain

What did Jesus mean by faith as small as a mustard seed? In this sermon, Pastor Aries Zulkarnain cha...

What did Jesus mean by faith as small as a mustard seed? In this sermon, Pastor Aries Zulkarnain challenges the believer to achieve the bare minimum: to believe and act on his faith. Often we forget that the presence of a storm does not mean the absence of Jesus—we are stumbled by our unbelief. What stands in the way of our ability to believe God? Often it is the lack of forgiveness, which is not a matter of faith, but of duty—it is our responsibility to forgive someone who sins against us and repents. Listen to this podcast and be encouraged to to have faith for 2020.

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Shermaine Neo

I am so touched of your sermon always PST Aries

Helen Pedersen

I feel some times it’s not about not having faith but we also should call God out on the promises made to us. sometimes he would like hear us verbally confessing to what he have promised us. He in deed pays up and blesses double!, for the trouble😂😍 So keep on brother and sisters believing and trusting God for that vision for your life.

Helen Pedersen

I would like to share a faith story. For 13th years I have been believing God for a Miracle to have a baby girl. We had already a baby boy. I always wanted a big family like 12 children but today I have 3. In 2013 it was my biggest faith released that God just had to make good on his promise. My son was about 3 and I had really wanted to have a sister for him. I picked the name and told everyone that I will have a baby girl called Sarah one day. Many years passed and I was still telling those same people I was gone have a baby girl called Sarah one day. In 2013 I was at the end of my rope with Jesus I felt. I have gone to SOT that year I felt treated unjustly. I then was invited to go to see F1 and came home very sad. That very night I was so sad that I went down on my knees and called out Jesus my Lord. You know what, I have don’t everything you ask regarding having faith in this matter for having a baby girl! You say I should declare with my mouth, so I went to tell the lady that works in 7/11 so many years just next door to me when she asking are you pregnant already that I am last month. I feel now so much like a crazy!, and see might never stop working there. more over I also both as you know in faith a set of baby in pink. So please, I spoke many words of which I was totally and in all glad I called Jesus out on. A month later found out that I am pregnant and I have been for a few weeks. This sermon was so blessed and kept my laughing and awake because of this journey with faith in Jesus. The funniest was that when I found out the sex of the baby it was not a girl! So I said to God, I know you are being funny now so thank you for the extra baby because you knew that if I had a baby girl next that I might not one another one because of my husband. I continued to say to God that I believe after this pregnancy I will have the girl and not 10 years later but right after my nursing period. As true as my little ones are there today, Jesus did just that. He is faithful and he would like us to have faith and don’t be around the bush about it! We can come to him boldly and call him out on his promised and stand fast should he feel we have to wait just a little longer. I believe for one more girl, my husband is not a believer so he closed that road saying that is enough but I know God has his own plans for us. He can turn around what the enemy is had planned for bad. I believe for Oscar a boy that came to Singapore from the Uk for treatment! I believe for those that I met last year and ask them to take a leap of faith and take SOT. Mostly I believe this year that God will hear my desire from my heart. I say thank you pastor for this beautiful sermon taking me back on the faith I had back then and reminding me of his miracles.

Helen Pedersen

I would like to share a faith story. For 13th years I have been believing God for a miracle to have a baby girl. We had already a baby boy. I always wanted a big family, like 12 children but today I have 3. In 2013 it was my biggest faith released that God just had to make good on his promise. My son was about 3 and I had really wanted to have a sister for him. I picked the name and told everyone that I will have girl called Sarah. Many years pass and I was still telling those people mainly my friends and family and those that ask if i was trying for another that I was gonna have a little girl one day and her name will