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Ron Bowell

Jesus Wept, But Dries Our Tears

John 11:35 – “Jesus Wept” Bishop Ron Bowell digs into the paradox that Jesus wept for us in sorrow yet offers us comfort and healing. Ron uses various verses to point out that Jesus felt deep sadness, like we can, that He loves us and has empathy for us, and that God will wipe away…

Living Prayer

“Consistence and Persistence Brings God’s Assistance!” Bishop Ron Bowell delivers a sermon in the “P.R.A.Y.E.R.S.” series today called “Living Prayer.” Ron teaches 4 basic principles of prayer based on the key verses this week: James 5:13-18. Find out how these principles can help you grow in your prayer life!

Wisdom in Hebrews

Don’t miss out on “Wisdom in Hebrews” by Bishop Ron Bowell! Explore the powerful “Therefores” of Hebrews and learn about God’s spoken word and how it guides us. Discover practical lessons, like paying attention and focusing on Jesus. Join us to understand these truths and apply them in your life.

Doing a New Thing

Welcome to Revolution Church, where Bishop Ron Bowell delivers an inspiring sermon titled “Doing a New Thing.” In this message, we explore the promise of new beginnings from Isaiah 43:19: “See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?” Throughout the sermon, we delve into various aspects of…

Three Crosses

Title: “Three Crosses” – Sermon by Bishop Ron Bowell (August 6, 2023) In his compelling sermon “Three Crosses”, Bishop Ron Bowell dives into the powerful biblical narrative depicted in Luke 23:32-43, where Jesus and two criminals were crucified on Calvary. Using this poignant episode, Bishop Bowell illuminates the distinct attitudes towards sin and salvation demonstrated…

Like a Little Child

Title: “Like a Little Child” – Sermon by Bishop Ron Bowell (Luke 18:9-24) Bishop Bowell’s sermon, “Like a Little Child,” analyzes what it means to receive and enter the kingdom of God with childlike faith. The discourse is structured around passages from Luke 18:15-17, Matthew 18:1-4, and Luke 18:16-17. The sermon’s context is defined by…