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That’s Why We Are Not Discouraged

Summary: Stress and Disappointment come into every life. Christians are provided a powerful response to such stressors, and this powerful response is revealed in Paul’s review of his own life.

How Big Is Your God?

Summary: Is your God big enough to do whatever He wants? For many of us who follow the Lord, we are not certain that God is big enough to do what is needed for us to succeed.

After The Whirlwind

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Do we learn anything by passing through difficult times? A study of Job will encourage the people of God to realize that God always instructs us through the trials we are called to pass through.

The Joyous Mother Of Children

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A Mother’s Day message to remind the churches of the importance of mothers, encouraging God’s people to emphasize the role of mothers for a godly family.

Did The Tribulation Just Begin

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In these times of lockdown, some have begun to imagine that the Great Tribulation just began. Rather than focusing on such idle speculation, the Word of God would encourage us to shine brightly in difficult times to turn many to righteousness.

The Prison of God’s Promotion

Summary: Your restriction, though onerous, may be God’s means of bringing glory to His Name through promoting you. This becomes obvious through a study of Joseph’s trials and promotion as God worked in his life.

Signs and the Son

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If we look for signs of Christ’s return, we are liable to be deceived. We are to look for the Son and not for the signs.

A Message for an Intellectual Age

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Paul’s message before the Areopagus forms the basis for a study of how to approach an intellectual audience. This knowledge is necessary if we are to succeed in presenting the Faith in the midst of our world today. This is the substance of a radio message at Easter.

Facing The Panic – Part Two

Summary: A radio message designed to encourage believers to rejoice in the peace Christ offers those who walk with Him. The world defines “peace” in a manner that is unattainable. Christ offers peace that is the heritage of each person who knows Him as Master over life.

Peace In Uncertain Times

Summary: A radio message addressing the Coronavirus panic. Steps for the conscientious Christian to conquer the panic induced by fear.

Anointed or profit

Summary: Pastors and teachers are appointed to serve Christ and His churches. They lovingly tend His flock without thought of personal enrichment.

An Investment in Hope

Summary: In a world which is increasingly unstable, what should the follower of Christ do? How shall we invest our lives to ensure that we accomplish something of eternal worth?

God’s Crybaby

Summary: The wickedness witnessed in contemporary society breaks the heart of the follower of Christ, just as such evil breaks the heart of the Saviour.

What Do You Know

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Knowing God means that we love the brothers and build them in the Faith.

The Dangers Of Being Too Important

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A message that warns against the destructive power of pride, encouraging followers of Christ to serve with humility.

To Dip, Or Not

A study of the transformation Naaman experienced may encourage us to humble ourselves before the Lord.

If I Am a Man of God

Summary: I suppose the term “man of God” means different things to different people. However, we have the account of an individual who was called a “man of God” and commanded to respond to a king’s command. Because he was a man of God, certain characteristics marked his life.

Sometimes It’s Like A Jungle

Studying the response of Jesus to the devil’s temptation lays a foundation for the child of God to withstand temptation.

A Reward For Obedience

Children are a divine blessing. Contemporary views depreciate the blessing of children, but even a cursory review of the Word reveals that children are a blessing from the hand of the Lord. Children are given to those with whom He is pleased.

A Fair Test For Those Who Think They Prophesy

Considerable confusion concerning the issue of prophecy reigns among professed followers of the Master. Among some communions, people self-identifying as “prophets” are honoured, adulated, and exalted in the eyes of adherents. Almost inevitably when people speak of prophecy, they are thinking in terms of foretelling future events. This is especially true in those communions that boast of prophets among their number. The reason for this idealisation of prophecy results from a dearth of teaching from the pulpit concerning biblical themes. Thus, untaught people readily confuse prophets with seers. There is a difference, and the difference is significant.

Giants, Grasshoppers, And God

A study of the response of the majority to the land God promised to the people of Israel provides standards for following God in our church and in our lives.

Can You Hear The Sound of Marching?

We face difficult times. Great challenges face us as Christians and as a congregation. No one knows what the coming year holds. There seems to be formidable challenges facing the faithful in the year ahead. On foreign fronts, our brothers and sisters are already paying an awful price to follow the Lamb of God. No one can say that we won’t face our own challenges in the year that now stretches out before us. In fact, it seems certain that we will face opposition, we will witness those who seek to damage the testimony of our Master, we will see days that try our souls. It is a tragic truth that almost certainly we will see from among our own ranks men arise speaking twisted things [see ACTS 20:30]. None of us know whether we will be present to see the coming year draw to a conclusion. We have learned to confess to the LORD with the Psalmist,

We know that Christ shall reign and that we shall reign with Him.

We know that God will reveal the perfection of His work in us.

Now, we listen to hear the sound of marching in the tops of the trees. We are looking up, knowing that He is moving and that we shall witness His power displayed on our behalf. We anticipate that He shall be glorified in His saints and marvelled at among all who have believed. Our God is leading, and we anticipate victory in the coming year. Come, Lord Jesus. Amen. Amen, indeed.

A Refuge From God’s Wrath

Jesus became a man to deliver us from God’s wrath. His birth does speak of divine justice, of heavenly mercy and God’s love. But, that love delivers us from judgement. If we reject the love of God in Christ the Lord, nothing remains but God’s wrath.

Creator? Or Angel?

Christ is creator of heaven and earth. He is not, as some, even in ancient times contended, an angel. Christ was not created; He is Creator. Therefore, He is worthy to be praised and worshipped.

“‘You, Lord, laid the foundation of the earth in the beginning, and the heavens are the work of your hands; they will perish, but you remain; they will all wear out like a garment, like a robe you will roll them up, like a garment they will be changed. But you are the same, and your years ...

The Eternal Throne

Summary: The Letter to Hebrew Christians emphasizes the deity of Christ Jesus. Even long ago, some wanted to reduce His divinity to the status of a mere demigod, by identifying Him as an angel. The Word is quite aggressive in presenting Jesus as the Son of God, Himself very God.

Today I Have Begotten You

The Party Crasher

Summary: Christ receives sinners. Just so, the assemblies of our Lord should be noted for welcoming those who are identified as sinners, since we each were once estranged from the Lord until He welcomed us.

On The Death Of Heroes

Summary: The message is a call for men to be manly, despite knowing the cost that may be required of a man.

 

Sermon Topics: Courage, Grief, Cost Of Freedom, Remembrance Day, Valour

Finders Weepers, Losers Keepers!

Summary: The world seeks to do something in order to be blessed. God calls us to be, so that we can enjoy the blessings He gives. Salvation is God’s gift, not a position we earn.

 

Sermon Topics:  Salvation, Righteousness, Eternal Life, Ten Commandments.

God Works With Surprising Speed

Summary: Study of the revival that occurred during the reign of Hezekiah, focusing in particular on the suddenness with which God moved the hearts of the people and the conditions that preceded that revival.

 

 

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