Books & Chapters
Matthew 22 - NIV
38 This is the first and greatest commandment.
Sermons on Matthew 22
Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jan 30, 2018
just exactly who is God
The last couple of weeks I have been talking about following Jesus and that the Holy Spirit has been sent to help us do that. But one of the things that is often overlooked, is ‘just exactly who is God’. As I was preparing for this homily, I was thinking that we hear about Jesus and have a ...read more
Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 30, 2018
John was baptizing and the people knew and understood that but what was this baptism with the Holy Spirit that Jesus was bringing?
(This sermon is in an outline form so you may need to flesh it out a little) Please open your Bibles to Mark 1:1-8 which we will read in a few minutes. Last Sunday when we took a look at this passage of Scripture we talked about three things: 1. Mark was announcing Who Jesus is 2. Mark was ...read more
Contributed by Jonathan Vorce on Jan 3, 2018
God's "Irrefutable Law of Love" is found in the Old Testament and the New Testament alike! God commands us to walk in love and offers to help us even at times when it seems to be very challenging! This message will encourage us to walk in God's love...
Text: 1 John 2:7-17 INTRODUCTION: In the Greek language there are four words for our word “love”. • Eros: This is a sensual or erotic type of love. This word is never used in the New Testament. • Phileo: This is a brotherly type of love. (Philadelphia is known as the “City of Brotherly ...read more
Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 18, 2017
There are several sub-stories within the over-arching birth story of the incarnation. What do these sub-stories have in common? What can we learn from them?
Please open your Bibles to Matthew 2:1-12 which we will read in a few minutes. Do you love the Christmas story? Not the story about the Grinch or Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer or even The Miracle on 34th Street, but the story of the Son of God. The story that is the fulfillment of prophecies ...read more
Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Nov 12, 2017
We are all obsessed by receiving love, it is natural, yet God wants us to radiate love, his love; but to radiate love we need to receive it. How and why should we do this?
This sermon was delivered to Holy Trinity in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 29th October 2017 (a Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries). Leviticus 19.1-2, 15-18 Psalms 1 1 Thessalonians 2.1-8 Matthew 22.34-46 Psalm 19:14: Let the words of my mouth, and the ...read more