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Zac Poonen ( - Present)

Read freely text sermons and articles by the speaker Zac Poonen in text and pdf format. God called brother Zac Poonen to a new work early on in his Christian experience. The movement is now called Christian Fellowship Churches where the New Covenant of New Testament Christianity is clearly preached.

Brother Zac Poonen has written 25 books most of them being on the deeper Christian life. Many of these have been translated into a number of languages and have been circulated widely around the world. He clearly and passionately shares the narrow way of Christian discipleship that is neglected by so many modern preachers.

SermonIndex Recommends these books by Zac Poonen:
Through The Bible by Zac Poonen
The Final Triumph-A verse by verse study of the book of Revelation by Zac Poonen
Beauty for Ashes by Zac Poonen

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Three Important Exhortations
      1. Be continually filled with the Holy Spirit (Eph.5:18- Literal). It is impossible to live the Christian life, as God wants us to, if we are not continually filled with the Holy Spirit. It is impossible to serve God as we should without being anointed ... read more

Three Marks of a Spiritul Man
      "I could not speak to you as to spiritual men, but as to men of flesh" (1Co. 3:1). We read in 1Co. 1:5,7 that the Corinthian Christians excelled in three areas - knowledge of the Scriptures, preaching and the gifts of the Spirit. Yet in spite of having ... read more

Three Reasons for Falling Into Sin
      One of the reasons why people keep falling into sin is, because they have not understood that their own flesh, their own human personality, and the human being that they are, their human strength - is totally impotent to do the will of God. We, in our own ... read more

Three Signs God Gave to Moses
      In Exodus Chapter 4 we read about God calling Moses. In order to encourage Moses and to teach him some lessons, God gave him three signs. When Moses told the Lord, "They will not believe what I tell them," the Lord asked him, "What is in your hand?" Note ... read more

Three Stages of the Christian Life
      In 1 John 2:12-14, John writes about three stages in the Christian life, spiritual babyhood, spiritual youth and spiritual maturity. Babes are those who know only the forgiveness of their sins and that God has become their Father. These are two things ... read more

Titles and Salaries for Church leaders
      Titles "Do not be called Rabbi; for One is your Teacher, and you are all brothers. Do not call anyone on earth your father; for One is your Father, He who is in heaven. Do not be called leaders; for One is your Leader, that is, Christ. But the greatest ... read more

True And False Prophets
      We read in Daniel 11:32, that those who are influenced by the spirit of the antichrist will use smooth words (flattery) to draw people to themselves. The one unmistakable characteristic of every false prophet in history has been flattery. And the one unmi ... read more

Truly, Thou Art A God Who Hides Thyself
      One characteristic of God's nature is that He hates all display and advertisement. It is written about God in the book of Isaiah 45:15, "Truly Thou art a God who hides Thyself, O God God wants to make us like Himself - partaking of His nature that loves ... read more

Trust in the Lord Alone for All Your Needs
      Elijah was a man who was instantly obedient to every little thing that God said. God told him one day to go and hide himself by the brook Cherith - and he went at once(1 Kings 17:3). There the ravens brought him bread and meat and he drank from the brook ... read more

Two Great Movements in the Old Testament
      There are two movements of Israel described in great detail in the Old Testament. The movement from Egypt to Canaan symbolises our Individual life - coming out of sin, out of Satan's grip and out of the world, through the blood of Christ, water-baptism ... read more

Two Powerful Truths
      God detests all that this world considers great "That which men esteem highly is detestable in God's sight" (Luke 16:15). The things that are considered great in the world, not only have no value in God's eyes, but are actually an abomination to Him. ... read more

Two Types of People Who Bring Delight to God
      1. God Delights in a Cheerful Giver "God loves a cheerful giver" (2 Cor. 9:7). This is why God gives man total freedom - both before and after conversion, and after being filled with the Spirit. If we are like God, we also will not seek to contro ... read more

Two Types of Sins & Two Types of Blessings
      TWO TYPES OF SINS The first two sins that man committed that are mentioned in the Bible, are the ones described in Genesis 3 and 4. Those who sinned there were immediately judged by God. But we notice a difference in the way God judged Adam and the way ... read more

Unbelief Is the Root Cause of All the Other Sins
      1 John 2:6 says, " The one who says he abides in Christ ought himself to WALK IN THE SAME MANNER AS HE WALKED." How did Jesus walk? Was it in victory SOME of the time, or MOST of the time or ALL the time? We know the answer. He was tempted in all point ... read more

Understanding God's Heart
      These are quotes from sermons preached at RLCF Church in August 2010. Click here to listen to these sermons • God overlooks the years in which we were ignorant of His ways. But He is now calling us to turn around and obey Him (Acts 17:30). • Obedience ... read more

Value Life and Fellowship More than Anything Else
      John begins his gospel and his first letter by mentioning the things that were in the beginning. In the beginning when there were no doctrines, church patterns, baptism, etc., over which Christians debate now, there was only God the Father, the Son and th ... read more

Watch Your Eye And Your Tongue
      In 1 Corinthians 9:27, Paul tells us one of the secrets of his life. He “treated his body roughly, training it TO DO WHAT IT SHOULD, AND NOT WHAT IT WANTS TO” (Living). Otherwise he feared that after he had preached to others, he would be disqualified. ... read more

We are Called to be Rejected and Persecuted by Men
      "All who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will be persecuted." (2 Tim.3:12) Jesus told His disciples that in the world they would face tribulation (Jn.16:33); and He prayed to the Father NOT to take His disciples out of the world (Jn.17:15). The ... read more

We Do Not Struggle Against Flesh And Blood
      "Our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the HEAVENLY PLACES" (Eph.6:12). 3500 years ago, Moses came down from M ... read more

We have a Loving Heavenly Father
      Many have the wrong idea that God the Father is a very strict Person and that it is only Jesus Who loves them. This is a satanic distortion of the truth. It was the love of the Father that sent Jesus to save us from our sins. Jesus told His disciples, "Th ... read more

What A Happy Year It Will Be
      Under the old covenant, God gave the Jews many types of Sabbaths. The weekly Sabbath is well-known. There were however some lesser known Sabbaths as well. One was the Sabbath year that came at the end of every six years (Lev.25:2-4). Another was the fifti ... read more

What Baptism Means
      Romans 6:1-7 clearly explains the meaning of baptism. There we are told that our old man was crucified with Christ and that in baptism we are buried with Christ into death. The old man is the mind that we had in our unconverted days that wanted to sin. Th ... read more

What Baptism Means
      Romans 6:1-7 clearly explains the meaning of baptism. There we are told that our old man was crucified with Christ and that in baptism we are buried with Christ into death. The old man is the mind that we had in our unconverted days that wanted to sin. Th ... read more

What Type of Relationship Do You Have With The Lord?
      Hosea teaches us that the only way to effectively minister is by going through deep suffering in one’s personal life. God does this by different methods for different people. He does not have a standard syllabus for all of God’s children. He taught Ho ... read more

Why Did Christ Die?
      Paul speaks much about the great truth that all believers died with Christ when He died on the cross (2 Cor.5:14). He speaks about this in Romans, Corinthians and Galatians. "I am crucified with Christ" (Gal.2:20). "If one died, then all died" (2 Cor.5:14 ... read more

Your Decisions Determine what you Become
      "I came down from heaven, not to do My own will, but the will of Him who sent Me" (Jn. 6:38). Jesus tells us here in His own words what He came on earth to do. And in this one sentence we have a description of how Jesus lived every single day of His ... read more

Your Decisions Determine What You Become
      "I came down from heaven, not to do My own will, but the will of Him Who sent Me" (Jn.6:38). Jesus tells us here in His own words what He came on earth to do. And in this one sentence we have a description of how Jesus lived every single day of His life ... read more

Your Decisions Determine What You Become
      God does not predetermine whether anyone should go to heaven or hell. He wants all men to repent and to be saved. Those who go to hell do so out of their own choice. Yet God also sovereignly chooses His own children. The problem of reconciling man's free ... read more

Your Decisions Determine What You Become
      "I came down from heaven, not to do My own will, but the will of Him Who sent Me" (Jn.6:38). Jesus tells us here in His own words what He came on earth to do. And in this one sentence we have a description of how Jesus lived every single day of His life ... read more

Your Life Can Be Like a Watered Garden (Isaiah 58:11)
      There are three gardens found in Scripture. 1. The Garden of Eden: It says in Genesis 2:8,15 that "the Lord God planted a garden and He put the man and woman there to cultivate it". How did sin come in that garden? It was basically because of two wrong ... read more

"In Christ"
      Our salvation began in God's mind. It was He Who "chose us in Christ before the foundation of the world" (Eph.1:4). We love Him because He first loved us (1 Jn.4:19). In Ephesians, we are told first about what God has done for us (Chapters 1 to 3). Onl ... read more

`Hating' our Relatives
      The first condition of discipleship is that we must cut off the natural, inordinate love that we have for our relatives. Jesus said "If anyone comes to Me, and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes ... read more

`Hating' our Relatives
      The first condition of discipleship is that we must cut off the natural, inordinate love that we have for our relatives. Jesus said "If anyone comes to Me, and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes ... read more

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