Romans 12: 9-21
How do we keep our faith strong? Phillip Yantzee talks of our relationship with God. He describes it like a pendulum, sometimes it swings closer to God and other times we find ourselves far away from God. Paul says never be lacking in zeal be aglow with the spirit.
Treasure in Jars of Clay Part 5
1 Thessalonians 3: 1-13
Our season on 1st Thessalonian’s continues as we look at chapter 3 the trials of life and faith. Well nobody said it was going to be easy and the Bible focuses a lot of difficulty’s and trials in our lives but it’s how we react and respond to the trials that is life changing. Do we rely on Gods Strength? Will our character and faith be strengthened by these experiences?
Treasure in Jars of Clay Part 3
1 Thessalonians 2:1-12
“Grace and peace be upon you"
We continue in our series on the book of 1st Thessalonians. The message today is “The Church turning the world upside down.” Paul’s letter to the church in Thessalonica is one of encouragement and to live a life worthy of God.
Waiting for Jesus
Acts 1:1-5 and Ruth 2:2-13
“Waiting for Jesus"
We welcome one of our members Ruth Kennedy. As Christians we wait expectantly upon the return of Jesus and as we wait we have a helper the Holy Spirit. Looking at the books of Acts and Ruth we see how the Spirit of God helps and guides us in worshiping our Lord and walking in faith together day to day.
Treasure in Jars of Clay Part 2
1 Thessalonians 1:1-10
“Treasure in jars of Clay"
This week we look at 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10. What is a Christian?
A Christian is someone who has been chosen by God.
A Christian is someone who responds to the Gospel.
A Christian is someone who follows Jesus whatever the cost.
A Christian is someone whose life has been transformed by Jesus.
A Christian is someone who wait for Christ’s return.
Treasure in Jars of Clay Part 1
1st Thessalonians Chapter One
“Grace and peace be upon you"
Today we start a new series on the book of 1st Thessalonians entitled “Treasure in Jars of Clay”. Paul writes to the church in Thessalonica in which he explores and declares Biblical truths. It’s a letter of encouragement to a young church. So we look at chapter one and we see how God’s grace has touched our lives and given us a victory and salvation in God.
“Did Jesus really defeat death?"
We meet together as a church family to celebrate Easter together. And we have a very important question to study and that is “Did Jesus really defeat death?” The resurrection of Jesus is the single most important thing that has ever happened in history of the world. The world will tell you a very different story, one of no resurrection, one of no hope, one of no future. Where are you on this road of recognition of God’s love for us and the salvation and hope we have in him?
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 11
“The Wonder of God's Word"
In our final sermon on this series we look at Psalm 119. God is like a SAT NAV he guides us to our destination. The Word of God brings Joy, it offers us guidance and brings us hope.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 10
“Praise to the Lord"
This psalm can be summed up in one word, PRAISE; Personal Praise to the Lord, National Praise to the Lord and Universal Praise to the Lord.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 9
“The Secret of Life"
In today’s sermon, our focus shifts onto the oldest Psalm in the Bible. This Psalm is known to explain ‘the secret of life.’ Through this Psalm, we learn and acknowledge that we are travellers and God is our home, we are learners and life is our school, and we are believers and the future is our friend.