Stop trusting in yourself – it only leads to failure. Rather, transfer your trust to the Lord. Simple, but life-transforming.
We see that Jesus placed great value on people. But then we examine the Parable in Luke 19:11-27 which shows that we are to invest what God has given us into people that do not yet follow Jesus.
Ecclesiastes 4 has some wonderful verses about friendship. We are not made to be on our own and here we see great value and reward from the friendships and relationships we cultivate.
Tonight’s sermon focuses on why YOU are here, either at Church or on our website, and emphasises that we need to ‘raise our bar’ as Christians, because we are Christians for life, not just for Sunday.
This sermon uses passages from Romans to show what it means to be ‘In Christ’ and the wonderful benefits which this offers, particularly that God loves you!
Taking a look at the response of the two men crucified either side of Jesus this sermon addresses the issue of having a hard heart and how Jesus is the cure.
Psalm 23 outlines some incredible benefits of knowing Jesus as your Shepherd.
A challenge to walk authentically and wholeheartedly with Jesus.
In Matthew Chapter 16, Jesus asks Peter who he thinks He is. Peter had an amazing revelation from God. We can only get to know who God is by revelation, but when we have that revelation our lives are transformed and we are blessed.
In prayer we don’t tell God what to do, rather we get to humble ourselves and hear what He has got in mind. In the book of Luke we see Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane – in the midst of agony, He submitted His will to the Father – in prayer we are able…