One offs
Sun, Feb 26, 2017
Duration:24 mins 15 secs
Views:17
Why was Jesus baptised? Why did He undergo a baptism of repentance when He had no sin to repent of? He was baptised as our representative. He was baptised to demonstrate His commitment to being our substitute, to taking upon Himself our sins and taking our punishment. Furthermore, He was baptised to "fulfill all righteousness". Again He wasn't baptised to earn a righteousness for Himself, but rather to meet the demands of the law so that we could receive a perfect righteousness from Him through faith and so be justified before God. The effectiveness of this work is displayed in the pleasure the Father shows in His Son - a pleasure which He has in us as we put our trust in Him.
Walking through Acts
Sun, Feb 26, 2017
Duration:25 mins 50 secs
Views:15
We see God at work in salvation. We see Him drawing Lydia to Himself by showing her she was made for more than this world. She was made to be a worshipper - to worship Him. She was made to know Him, to be in relationship with Him. As a consequence she was willing to listen to Paul's message and as she listened, God opened her heart to believe. Her response of faith was accompanied by the visible responses of baptism and service.
Walking through Acts
Sun, Feb 19, 2017
Duration:30 mins 55 secs
Views:19
Jesus has promised to never leave us nor forsake us. But there is a danger that we can drift away from Jesus. We drift by making assumptions that He is with us and by not checking that we havent gone off without Him. We drift when He is not our No1 priority. We need to ensure that we keep close to Jesus because without Him we cant do anything. We need to keep close through prayer, meditation on His word, through waiting and looking for Him to lead us. If we do move away we need to repent, to return to Him, knowing that when we do- there He is waiting for us & loving us just the same.
Walking through Acts
Sun, Feb 19, 2017
Duration:29 mins 49 secs
Views:22
It mattered to Paul. It mattered so much that it affected his relationships; it made him face the giants of pain and discomfort; it made him willing to open to criticism; it made him "go" with the gospel in a purposeful and thought out way and it kept him dependent upon the Holy Spirit.
One offs
Sun, Feb 12, 2017
Duration:53 mins 40 secs
Views:16
In chapter 9 and 10 Isaiah told Israel they were facing God’s judgment, the destruction of their nation. Then in chapter 11 he told them there was going to be a new king in Judah – ‘a shoot from Jesse’. Is this good news or bad news, a message of hope or despair?
Walking through Acts
Sun, Feb 12, 2017
Duration:37 mins 59 secs
Views:16
1. When our differences arise from a challenge to the truth of who Jesus is & what has done for us; that we are saved through faith alone, then we have to make a stand. 2. We decide what is right and what is wrong by looking to God's word. 3. Where our differences arise from 2ndry matters we should bend towards what is helpful to our brothers out of love & in the pusuit of unity.
One offs
Sun, Feb 05, 2017
Duration:34 mins 10 secs
Views:7
Looking at Jacobs wife Rebecca and quest through leaving, lifting, leaning and enriching. Are we on a quest for our eternal destiny ?
Walking through Acts
Sun, Feb 05, 2017
Duration:28 mins 33 secs
Views:14
What lessons can we draw? 1. The purpose of mission is to make disciples. 2. There will be opposition to face. 3. The work of mission is God's work.
Walking through Acts
Sun, Jan 29, 2017
Duration:31 mins 31 secs
Views:11
We see the sovereign power of God, we see the plan of redemption and we see the perfect saviour, priest and friend who knows us and understands us because He became like us.
Walking through Acts
Sun, Jan 29, 2017
Duration:31 mins 55 secs
Views:10
Paul declares that their worship of idols is worthless. He reveals the reality of the Living God through the creation and he tells them to turn from these idols to turn to Him.
One offs
Sun, Jan 22, 2017
Views:19
'A task that is absurd, impossible but absolutely essential' Tackling the problem of sin which required a sacrifice and a saviour who offered us salvation. Our task is to share the Gospel...clear and simply !
Walking through Acts
Sun, Jan 22, 2017
Duration:35 mins 33 secs
Views:24
Paul preaches at Antioch. What is the good news he brings? 1. He reveals the Saviour - Jesus. 2. He declares the completeness of the salvation found in Jesus. 3. He challenges the congregation to believe.
One offs
Sun, Jan 15, 2017
Duration:29 mins 48 secs
Views:26
What do we know of Jesus' infancy? What does that teach us about Him? He submitted to the law, He took the name "Jesus" and He became poor. He did all this so that He could be the saviour we need Him to be.
Walking through Acts
Sun, Jan 15, 2017
Duration:29 mins 34 secs
Views:33
What we are called to do as believers, we cannot do in our own strength. The Holy Spirit is essential in the commissioning men and women for ministry, essential in defeating opposition to the gospel and essential in bringing the fruit of salvation.
One offs
Sun, Jan 08, 2017
Duration:40 mins 19 secs
Views:7
Description: Isaiah tells us about the situation in Judah before God called Isaiah be a prophet. The nation has turned from God and is facing God’s judgment – being taken into exile by a foreign nation. But there is hope for the future, the promise of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Walking through Acts
Sun, Jan 08, 2017
Duration:27 mins 12 secs
Views:22
"While they were praying & fasting........" What is fasting? Should believers fast today and if so what is its purpose?
One offs
Sun, Jan 01, 2017
Duration:25 mins 15 secs
Views:8
Knowing that Jesus is the Life & the Resurrection. Knowing that He is all we need today.
One offs
Sun, Dec 25, 2016
Duration:22 mins 10 secs
Views:19
Why did the Son of God become a man? To become a suitable substitute; to give us a sufficient righteousness; to be a superior example; to be a sympathetic high priest and to give us the surety of the resurrection and of heaven.
One offs
Sun, Dec 18, 2016
Duration:24 mins 37 secs
Views:10
At first sight Matthew chapter 1 is just a tedious family tree, but when we look more closely it is an epic story of how Jesus came into the world – a story that challenges us with three big questions.
One offs
Sun, Dec 18, 2016
Duration:25 mins 41 secs
Views:11
How did people react to Jesus' birth? Some rejected Him, some ignored Him; but some sought Him and worshipped Him. How will you react to Jesus' coming?
"Christ in you, the hope of glory." Colossians 1:27