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Complete in Christ
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: Introduction to the letter to the Ephesians. What does it mean if I say that if you’re a Christian you’re “in Christ”?
Scripture: none
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 4
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God’s Eternal Plan
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: God’s great plan is eternal because he set it out before the creation of the world, because it’s effective right now and because it reaches into the future to the end of time. This eternal, cosmic plan is being worked out day by day and we’re part of it.
Scripture: Ephesians 1:1-14
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 0
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The Saving Grace of God
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: those who are outside the people of God are in rebellion against Him and are therefore spiritually dead. But God makes them a free offer to bring them back to life. All that’s needed is to believe his promise, turn away from that rebellion and live.
Scripture: none
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 4
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Paul’s Prayer for his Converts
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: Paul prays for the Church that God would be glorified in and through us
Scripture: Ephesians 3:1-21
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 0
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Unity & Diversity in the Church
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: The body of Christ is being built up until all of us come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to maturity, to the measure of the full stature of Christ.
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Scripture: Ephesians 4:1-16
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 7
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New Clothes
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: As we live as a body, we should help each other to be well dressed, to look our best. Let’s be dressed to impress – impress the world that God is our God, that we are his people, that we are Christ’s body!
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Darkness into Light
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: We're the light of the world and children of light. Allow that light to shine brightly in our lives to light up those around us. Let’s expose their deeds as we seek to shine brightly for Jesus, so that they may be quickened and made light themselves.
Scripture: Ephesians 5:3-20
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 2
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A New Way of Relating - Mutual Submission
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: If we’re truly united with Christ then our basic approach to our relationships will be one of mutual submission, working together to do Christ’s work.
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Be Strong in the Lord & in his Mighty Power
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Dec, 2016
Summary: Never give up in the fight against sin and evil. But always remember the power of God and the armour with which he’s equipped us. And pray on every occasion that you’ll be able to stand firm.
Scripture: Ephesians 6:10-24
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 1
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Jesus Forgives a Paralysed Man
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: We often get carried away by the performance, but is the message being proclaimed clearly. Are we speaking the gospel in every situation we find ourselves in? Are we offering forgiveness and mercy. Are we engaged in the main game or just the side show?
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New Wine, New Wineskins
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: What are we responding to? Is it Jesus as Lord or is it some human religious system? Is our behaviour going to help others discover the good news of Jesus Christ? Will it help us proclaim forgiveness of sins in Jesus’ name?
Scripture: Mark 2:13-3:6
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 474
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Jesus, Mad, Monster, or Master?
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: How do you respond to Jesus? Like the Pharisees who want everything to be neat and tidy within clearly defined parameters? Like Jesus’ family who are embarrassed by him and doubt him? Or like those who followed him, even at the risk of their lives?
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The Nature of the Gospel
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: If the gospel is good news why doesn’t everyone respond with joy? Jesus says he tells parables to filter out those who can't understand.
Scripture: Mark 4:1-20
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 470
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Power Over Sea and Spirits
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: When we face some great obstacle or some uncontrollable force in our lives, we have a Lord with us who is greater than all the forces in the created world. We can pray to God with confidence that he’s able to do anything we ask.
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Faith to Heal
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: The key to faith is in Jesus. His presence with the disciples is what matters. His call is to keep trusting, to keep focusing on him rather than on outward circumstances. Don’t be afraid, just believe.
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Food and Water
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: One of the challenges this passage lays upon us is to trust in God to provide for the little things. To pray just as earnestly that God would ‘Give us this day our daily bread.’ And we’re to look out for God working in little ways in our lives.
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the Secret to Purity
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: We need to filter out those things that will affect our thinking and then we need to make sure we test our thoughts and motives against the highest demands of the Kingdom, that is, inner purity and godly love.
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The Faith of Foreigners
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: The woman was rebuffed by Jesus, yet responded with a deep faith in God's love for all people independent of gender or race. The people of the Decapolis were presented with an overwhelming demonstration of Jesus' Messianic power yet without believing.
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Physical & Spiritual Perception
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: How’s your eyesight? When you look at Jesus what do you see? A prophet, a teacher, or a miracle worker? If you see more than that, that he’s God’s anointed ruler, then are you taking up your cross every day and following him, submitting to his rule?
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Mountain Top Glory & The Descent
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: It’s not by chance that Jesus takes his inner circle up a mountain to witness a most significant moment in their apprenticeship. There they see a manifestation of the glory of God in Jesus.On returning they're reminded of the reality of life in this world
Scripture: Mark 9:2-29
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 659
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Jesus Death & Discipleship
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: The call to be salty is a call for us to persevere as real disciples, who are inwardly pure. Who’ve held nothing back in following Jesus. It’s a call for us to be real disciples who welcome others and who glory in each other’s success.
Scripture: Mark 9:30-50
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 721
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The Key to Gaining the Kingdom
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: The keys to gaining God's Kingdom? First come to it in trust and dependence like a little child. Second realise that we can't earn it in God's sight. Third be willing to give up everything in order to gain it. Finally be willing to put yourself last
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Scripture: Mark 10:13-31
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 1,536
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Jerusalem Looms Ahead
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: If we try to be great in some other way than by becoming a servant, we'll lose whatever greatness we achieve. Only by becoming a slave of all, will we achieve greatness in God's Kingdom. The result is a life of following Jesus along the road to the cross
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Jesus Enters Jerusalem
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: The crowd failed to understand the nature of Jesus’ Kingship, the significance of his humble entry to Jerusalem. Jesus came as the Christ but he was the Christ, the Messiah, who's the suffering servant.
Scripture: Mark 11:1-25
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 1,119
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- Debate In The Temple
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: The Pharisees try to trap Jesus by questioning his authority, by asking about taxes paid to Caesar, the resurrection and which Law is greatest. Jesus rebuts all their attacks. But the battle isn't over. Satan continues his attacks on us today.
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Decaf Christmas?
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: The reason we decaffeinate Christmas is because we don’t want Jesus intruding on our lives. Don’t want to admit that we need help. Little baby Jesus is OK, but he’d better not get out of the manger.
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Freedom for the Captives
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: Paul's whole plea to Philemon is to act the way the loving Father acted: to welcome home the beloved son; to restore him to fellowship with the family. There will be, and have been, occasions when we'll be called to respond to wrongdoers the same way.
Series: Philemon
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Scripture: Philemon 1:1-25
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 1,410
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Living God's Love
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: We love because we belong to God and that's what he does. God's love is sacrificial, self-giving. It's a love that's seen in the way we love because we're his body here on earth.
Series: 1 John
Scripture: 1 John 4:7-21
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 262
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1 John 5 Belief in Action
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: John not only shows that our faith in Jesus is not blind. Rather it has rock solid credentials behind it. And our faith is victorious. Through Christ we have overcome the world. But our faith must also be vital.
Series: 1 John
Scripture: 1 John 5:1-12
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 386
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1 John 5:13 Believing with Assurance
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: If you want to be certain that you have nothing to fear from death, then put your confidence in Jesus Christ. Accept his claim to be the only begotten Son of God. Admit your disobedience to God and ask him for forgiveness.
Series: 1 John