As we continue our study of the Doctrines of Grace, we come now to the “I” in our TULIP acronym which stands for Irresistible Grace. We look at John 6 where Jesus teaches how it is that we come to Him.
A Sermon from Luke 16 about the parable of the Shrewd Manager.
This is a sermon from Luke 10:25-37 on the passage where Jesus uses the parable of the Good Samaritan to explain what it means to love neighbours as God desires.
In this Palm Sunday sermon we look at John’s account of Jesus riding towards Jerusalem as he approaches Calvary. Jesus declares to all that he is the promised king and messiah and yet rides not to overthrow earthly rulers, but to atone for sin at Calvary.
As we continue our study in the gospel of Luke we take some time to examine the prayer life of Jesus and from his amazing model of prayer seek to also learn to prayer.
As we wrap up our Advent series for 2017 we look at the response of Father towards the Son. Because the Son willing came as the humble and obedient servant, the Father is pleased to highly exalt him and give a the name that is above every name!
In this message we finish looking at the essence of John’s message he proclaimed as he prepared the way for Christ. He warned the people of Israel not to look to a family lineage, he warned of coming judgement and through it all he exalted Christ and remained Christ centred in all that he did Read more about The Voice in the Wilderness (part 2)[…]
In this sermon we hear the word of John the baptist as he prepares the way for Christ, the Messiah. While his message of repentance may seem harsh, it is the word that we need in order to receive the life giving forgiveness through Jesus Christ!
In this sermon we continue our study in the rich book of Genesis and we take a closer look at how God uniquely designed and fashioned the first Woman and also what God had in mind in the creation of Womanhood.
In this sermon we look at the second way in which God distinguished humanity from the rest of the creation, namely, that God gave humanity dominion over the creation. Likewise, we see how Christ comes to succeed where Adam and Eve fail. Sermon Text: Genesis 1:26-31