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  • There Is No Place Like Home. Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Aug 11, 2010
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,974 views

    This message speaks of how the familiarity, pride & unbelief of Nazareth placed limitations upon the work of God, and can do the same with us.

    There’s No Place Like Home! Text: Mark 6:1-6 Introduction: Up to now in our studies of Mark we have largely witnessed the growth of Jesus’ popularity. Everywhere He went crowds thronged, people wanted to be near Him, to hear Him, see Him even to touch Him, but now as we open to ...read more

  • The Feast Of Weeks (Pentecost) Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Jul 28, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,920 views

    This message seeks to show that the purpose of Pentecost was to mark the harvest of the church age.

    The Power of Pentecost. Text: Leviticus 23: 15-22; Acts 2:1-11 Introduction. A few weeks ago we began a series on Sunday mornings surrounding the Feasts of Israel. You will recall from Leviticus 23, how God has set out a plan of the ages, a great prophetic calendar whereby the history of the ...read more

  • God's Year Planner Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Jul 26, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,053 views

    An introductory message, explaining the prophetic purpose of the feasts.

    God’s Year Planner Text: Leviticus 23 Introduction: On the wall of my study I have a Year Planner. Every year I secure a chart which lays out the days of the year so that I can see, at a glance, where I am supposed to be and what I am supposed to be doing. In the book of Amos 3:7 we ...read more

  • Passing The Baton Series

    Contributed by David Moore on May 19, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,717 views

    This sermon deals with the importance of training called men to continue the ministry of the gospel from generation to generation, and the need to respond positively when Jesus calls.

    Passing the Baton Aim: To show the importance of training called men to continue the ministry of the gospel from generation to generation. Text: Mark 3:7-19 Introduction: It has been some time since I was last at Alton Towers or any theme park, come to that. Like most people the older I ...read more

  • There's Still Room For One Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Feb 24, 2010
    based on 6 ratings
     | 3,635 views

    This sermon shows that Christ has the authority to forgive sins, and highlights the importance of brining men and women to Jesus.

    There’s Still Room For One Aim: To show the authority and willingness of Christ to forgive sins. Text: Mark 2:1-12. Introduction: This is not a sermon for the claustrophobic, for it speaks of a room so tightly packed with people that one could not move. Have you ever been in a room ...read more

  • In The Prayer Closet With Jesus Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Feb 11, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,932 views

    This message highlights the importance of prayer and a daily quiet time with the Lord.

    In The Prayer Closet With Jesus Text: Mark 1:35-39 Introduction: Is it just me, or is life getting busier? You know they said with the advent of the computer that people would have less and less to do, and that we would have much more free time than previous generations. Clearly that isn’t ...read more

  • Jesus: The Greatest Preacher Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Jan 29, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,608 views

    This message shows how Jesus doctrine and deeds amazed those who heard Him. Emphasis is given to His primacy, power and passion in preaching.

    Studies in the Gospel of Mark The Greatest Preacher Aim: To show that Jesus was a preacher with passion, and power. Text: Mark 1:21-28 Introduction: With all the preparations in place the Lord Jesus now throws Himself into His mission. John has pointed to Him as the Lamb of God, the ...read more

  • The Baptism Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Jan 7, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,805 views

    The second sermon in a series on Mark. This message focuses upon the reasons for Christ’s baptism and the Triune nature of it. It stresses the unique nature of Jesus to His Father, and shows how we too may have the Father’s pleasure.

    Over the years, although I have kept no count, I dare say I have baptised dozens of people, people of all ages and with all kinds of backgrounds in rivers, lakes and sea, as well as swimming pools and baptismal tanks. Most baptisms I have completely forgotten the details of, but a few stick ...read more

  • In And Around Heaven

    Contributed by David Moore on Dec 9, 2008
    based on 2 ratings
     | 908 views

    This is a mid-week Bible Study on Rev 4, showing some of the sight and sounds of glory as the believer anticipates heaven.

    Studies in Revelation In and Around Heaven Text: Revelation 4:2-11 Introduction: Following the rapture in 4:1 John makes it very clear where he is now located – vs 2 – “in heaven,” and that is where we are in this book for the next two chapters. These are exciting verses because they give us ...read more

  • Simeon - Waiting For The Consolation Of Israel Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Dec 5, 2008
    based on 7 ratings
     | 8,046 views

    This is the first of a two sermon series (I am not sure you can call two related sermons a series!) detailing the roles of Simeon and Anna in the visit of Mary and Joseph to the temple shortly after the birth of Jesus. This sermon highlights Simeon’s spir

    Message No 1 Waiting For God Simeon – Waiting for the Consolation of Israel Aim: To show that God’s blesses the patient praying of the godly. Text: Luke 2:21-36. Introduction: How often have we heard it said that, “Christmas is for children.” That may be true of the secular Christmas, ...read more

  • Whom Do Ye Say That I Am? Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Nov 7, 2008
    based on 5 ratings
     | 6,015 views

    This is the fourth message in a series looking at questions Christ asked. It underlines the responsibility of everyone to answer for themselves as to the Person of Christ.

    A Series of Queries Whom Say Ye That I Am? Text: Matthew 16:13-15 Introduction: One of my favourite stories, (whether it is true or not I cannot really say – the Irish love telling “stories”), is about the golfer Seve Ballesteros when he was playing in the Irish Open Golf Championship at ...read more

  • Have Ye Not Read? Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Oct 31, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,167 views

    This sermon challenges Christians to read their Bibles, showing how the Lord will hold us to account by His Word

    Introduction: This evening I want to begin a little series that I have labeled “A Series of Queries.” It is really a brief look at some of the questions Jesus posed to His hearers throughout His earthly ministry. It was not unusual for Jesus to answer a question with a question, and this He did not ...read more

  • Smyrna - The Suffering Church Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Aug 29, 2008
    based on 5 ratings
     | 2,873 views

    This sermon presents the church at Smyrna as the suffering church, and show God’s purpose in suffering.

    Smyrna - The Suffering Church Text: Revelation 2:8-11. Introduction: In our first study of the seven churches we examined the church at Ephesus, the fallen church, this morning, we leave Ephesus behind and travel forty miles North up the coast of modern Turkey where we come to the ancient ...read more

  • The Hidden Treasure

    Contributed by David Moore on Aug 28, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,000 views

    This sermon presents the salvation of national Israel as part of God’s prophetic plan

    The Hidden Treasure Text: Matthew 13:44 Introduction: We turn now to the fifth in this series of Kingdom Parables, and interestingly this parable marks a turning point in Jesus’ discourse. So far He has been detailing the development of Christendom, showing how the world is largely ...read more

  • How God Turns Mountains Into Mole Hills

    Contributed by David Moore on Jun 27, 2008
    based on 8 ratings
     | 5,748 views

    This sermon shows how the Lord remembered Israel, and encouraged them through Zechariah to complete the monumental work He had given them to do.

    How God Turns Mountains Into Mole Hills Text: Zechariah 4:1-10 Introduction: The book of Zechariah has been called the Apocalypse of the Old Testament. The prophet was a contemporary with Haggai, who, you will recall from our previous study, ministered to the remnant who had returned from ...read more