In Christ, the believer is seated in the heavenlies with a new perspective, authority and potential – as we grasp this, it will affect the way we live.
This sermon uses Ephesians 1:3 to show how we have been redeemed and how Jesus Christ is our Redeemer. It shows how a price has been paid for the believer to have true freedom.
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!
This sermon uses 2 Corinthians 5:21 to show how we become the righteousness of God. It focuses on the fact that this righteousness is by faith from first to last (Romans 1:17) and that it is not by striving or religious observance. It is a brand new way of thinking and living and it is…
This sermon examines the significance of the sinless Son of God becoming sin on the cross so that believers may become the righteousness of God ( 2 Corinthians 5:21). Scriptures written over a timespan of around 1000 years are used to show the depth of what God did in sending His Son, Jesus for a…
From the account of Bartimaeus in Mark 10, we see that a man who was physically blind actually had great spiritual sight as demonstrated by the faith that he showed. His physical healing and brand new life followed. Have a listen and be reminded of some practical faith lessons.
The expression ‘in Christ’ or variation of this is included at least 164 times in the New Testament letters, so it is something that is important to understand. This sermon is an introduction to a series which examines the benefits and implications of being ‘in Christ’. Are you ‘in Christ’, then discover the benefits. If…
God is good all the time and His favour is there for us all the time. This talk tells us how we can access and enjoy God’s favour in any situation in life.
A clear and insightful message explaining how Joshua moved in the realm of faith (Joshua 6). There are lessons here that every Christian can get hold of and apply in their lives.
This sermon looks in a practical way at how the church and the Gospel of Jesus are still relevant today.