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.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 8
Psalm 63 verses 1- 11
David walks with God through the storm on the cross. The four main points are thirsting with God, praising with God, remembering God and rejoicing with God.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 7
“How much sin will God forgive?"
This psalm is about how God forgave David after a terrible sin. The four main points are forgiving me, cleanse me, restore me and use me. This is how much God forgives our sins.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 6
“A Red Letter Psalm"
We're now at week six in this series on Psalms. This week we read Psalm 46 and the verses where it was brought forth from in 2 Kings Chapters 18 – 19. In this Psalm we are reminded that no matter the trials and tribulations, the Lord our God is our eternal refuge and strength, our river of joy and our source of peace.
Mark Chapter 2 verse 1 17
“The Parable of the Paralysed Man”
We welcome Dr Sandy Rodgers to this weeks service. We are studying the famous parable of the paralysed man and see what conclusions we can take from it through our Christian lives.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 5
“We need to achieve this unchanging mission"
It's week five of our series on the Psalms. Today we look at Psalm 29. David’s Psalm describes the power of God’s word as like a storm or fire. And as we actively read and meditate on the Bible the Lord can have a powerful effect on or lives too.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 4
“The Lord is my shepherd you cannot loose your relationship with God"
Today we looked at Psalm 23, one of the most famous psalms which offers great comfort and security in our Christian lives.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 3
“God has spoken"
We reach week 3 on a new series on the book of Psalms. In Psalm 19 we see how God speaks to us through creation in all it timeless beauty and wonder but God also speaks to us through his Word and in this fallen world we look to the bible as a perfect hand book for life.
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 2
“How long, o Lord?"
As we continue with our reading from Psalms, our focus shifts onto chapter 13. In this Psalm we find David worn out and discouraged after being almost killed by King Saul and his soldiers. It is a Psalm of feeling abandoned by God, which was a prevalent feeling throughout many moments of despair in the Bible and it applies to many Christians today. Despite this troubling time, David still kept his faith in the Lord by praying, trusting, rejoicing and worshipping.
”am I a good roll model?"
We take a short break from our new series on the Psalms and welcome the Rev Ramsay Shields who this week speaks to us on the book of John 3. The passage could be considered a spiritual health check. What are our priories? How do we use our lives to serve God and grow in our faith? What do we allow our eyes to see and mouths to say?
Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire Part 1
“blessings come not only from what we do but also what we don’t do”
We start a brand new series for 2019 on the book of Psalms titled “Psalms Songs and Poems on Fire” So where better place to start than Psalm chapter one. In six short verses Psalm one looks the kind of life that pleases God, how we should build our life’s on the word of God and how God watches over us.
2 Chronicles 20:15-23
In our last sermon of 2018, we welcome Jo Forester to lead us in our service of worship followed by Anthony’s reading and Alex’s prayer of intersession.