Today’s sermon saw the return of two people who were saved and who met Jesus in our church. They inspired us all with their journey with Jesus Christ.
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.
Based on Isaiah 33:5-6 we see how the fear of the Lord is the key to unlocking God’s treasures of salvation, wisdom and knowledge and how the Lord is a firm foundation in our times.
Bishop Chito Aquino from the Philippines, who oversees more than 100 churches worldwide, gives an entertaining and highly practical teaching on the best way to be happy. This includes how to handle ourselves, forgiving others, living simply and learning to be generous. Have a listen – learn the secrets!
In Exodus 35 God commanded the people to build a tabernacle for Him. People freely and willingly gave of their time, money and skills to do this, so much so that they had to be told to stop giving. Here are some key points reflecting on why they did this and how we can discover…
This sermon addresses two issues. A core belief we have as a church is that we are saved by grace through faith in Jesus. However, it is also clear that salvation leads to a changed lifestyle. This sermon examines what this new lifestyle looks like and the sort of behaviour that is associated with being…
When we consider the Christmas Story we see both weakness and timing. Jesus, in his weakness, from birth through to death, is able to identify with all our weaknesses and save us from the fear of death. Also He came at the perfect time, had perfect timing during His lifetime and also in His death.…
In this sermon we look at a few of the many miracles that Elisha performed and pick up some spiritual principles for us to apply in out life. One of the main ones was about digging in so that we can see the Spirit of God move.
Based on Joseph’s forgiveness of his brothers demonstrated in Genesis 45 and Genesis 50 we see some signs of true forgiveness. These can be something we can use to gauge how far we have come along the road of forgiving someone. In the end, forgiveness is not an option for the Christian.
This straight-talking sermon shows how small seeds of unforgiveness if not dealt with can lead to large roots that block our vision and wreck our lives. This is really worth listening to, whether you have longstanding problems with forgiveness or just to prepare you for the next time you will need to forgive!