Contributing sermons since Jan 26, 2017
Contributed on Aug 6, 2018
How Zacchaeus the tax-collector was saved. Zacchaeus was short and was curious to see Jesus and ended in inviting Jesus to his home.
Jesus and Zacchaeus Luke 19:1-10 By the time Luke wrote his gospel Christianity had spread through the Roman Empire, embracing Gentiles as well as Jews. Luke sets the scene for this by emphasising the universality of the gospel which Jesus proclaimed, which included tax collectors, women, ...read more
Contributed on Jul 20, 2018
The Samaritan woman encounters Jesus at the well. Jesus reveals her past and she meets the Messiah.
Jesus and the woman at the well John 4: 1-42 The story of the nameless Samaritan woman at the well, recorded only in the Gospel of John, is a revealing one, full of many truths and powerful lessons for us today. This story follows on the heels of the account of Jesus’ interaction with ...read more
Contributed on Jun 19, 2018
The interview between Jesus and Nicodemus. You must be born again.
Jesus and Nicodemus John 3:1-15 One of the greatest lies that Satan has foisted on the human race is that religion can save you. By “religion,” I mean adherence to the beliefs and practices of a religion in the hope that your performance will gain you right standing with God. Through out ...read more
Contributed on Apr 6, 2018
Persecution the acid test of our faith. Persecuted for righteousness not for anything else.
Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake for they shall be called the children of God - Matt. 5:10 -12 It may seem strange that Jesus passes so quickly from peacemaking in the previous beatitude to persecution—from the work of reconciliation to the experience of hostility. ...read more