Robert Fergusson challenges us to put on the armour of God. We all suffer and struggle, but suffering can be a great teacher. We need to learn to take a stand because the war, the armour and the Victory is not ours, but God's.
Robert Fergusson talks about the skill of waiting. Waiting is part of the cycle of life, and we need to learn to wait like farmers - wait for the spring rains. God has given us the Holy Spirit, who helps us to be patient in our waiting.
God has sent us an advocate who will testify about Him, so that we also might testify. Working with the Spirit is a partnership - He is our companion, our friend and our helper. God wants to pour out His Spirit in a new way.
Pastor Robert Fergusson looks at the women who went to the tomb. So much of the outworking of our faith is determined by how we relate to the empty tomb. We need to go to the tomb, like these women, hungrily, enter it and be changed by it.