Contributing sermons since Nov 16, 2015
Contributed on Mar 14, 2016
We are all faced with stumbling blocks in our lives. But mnay times these stumbling blocks is placed in our way by ourselves. We are our own worst enemy. These stumbling blocks starts in our minds / hearts and we need to identify them and cast them away.
INTRODUCTION We are busy with a sermon series on The Sermon on the Mount. In previous weeks we looked at where Jesus said that He did not come to abolish the law but to fulfill it. And he said that our righteousness should be more than that of the Pharisees & Scribes. So last week we looked at ...read more
Contributed on Mar 10, 2016
Anger is something that can ruin your life. It is the root of murder and should therefore be treated at the root. You should not act on unrighteous anger, but should live in righteousness. Jesus shows us how He filfills the Law of murder.
INTRODUCTION “I hate you” “You are an idiot” “You are so stupid” “I wish I never married you” “I wish I never had you” “I wish I had other parents” Have you ever said these words or similar words to anyone? We all, if ...read more
Contributed on Feb 28, 2016
In Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, He says that we need to be more righteous than the Pharisees and the Scribes in order for us to enter the Kingdom. These were the people who were perceived to have been the most righteous. How can we compete with them?
INTRODUCTION We are busy with a series on The Sermon on the Mount. We looked at the theme of the sermon, which is the Gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven. We looked at the character and the blessedness of the citizens of heaven - The beatitudes. We looked at us needing to be the salt and the light ...read more
Contributed on Feb 21, 2016
Jesus said that He did not come to abolish The law, but to fulfill it. Does thsi mean that the Mosaic law is still apllicable to us? Do we still have to adhere to it? What did He mean by fulfilling The Law and if He did fulfill it HOW did He do it?
INTRODUCTION We are busy with a series on “The Sermon on the Mount”. We are at part 4 of the series this morning, called Jesus and the Law. We already looked at the content and theme of the sermon, being “The Gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven” We already looked at the ...read more
Contributed on Feb 17, 2016
Jesus said that we are the salt of the earth and the light for the world. He compared our relationship to the world with salt and light. What does this mean? Why does Jesus compare us to salt and light? What is the significance related to this?
INTRODUCTION We are busy with a series on the Sermon on the Mount. Last week we discussed the beatitudes and we looked at the characteristics of a citizen of the Kingdom of Heaven. We then proceeded to look at the benefits of being a citizen of the Kingdom of heaven. This week we look at the ...read more