• Geoffrey Foot

    Contributing sermons since Jan 17, 2017
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  • God For All

    Contributed on Jan 1, 2018

    Jesus was born into a Jewish family as God's chosen Messiah for the Jews. The feast of the Epiphany when we celebrate to revealing of Jesus to the gentiles clearly shows that Jesus was born for everyone and is reaching out to YOU.

    God for ALL Matt 2:1-12 Today we have the readings for the feast of the Epiphany and from the early days of the Church, this feast has been considered in some ways more important than Christmas. Epiphany recalls the arrival of the magi to Bethlehem in search of the King of the Jews and more

  • Do Not Be Afraid

    Contributed on Jan 1, 2018

    The message of Christmas is sometimes lost in the business of buying presents and getting ready for the big day. So the message of the angels announcing the birth of Jesus is reassuring, 'Do not be afraid' - Peace message.

    “Do not be afraid.” – said the angel Those words are right in the middle of the gospel reading we hear at Christmas - in fact the very first words that are spoken. “Do not be afraid.” And then it gets even better. “Behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the more

  • We Three Kings

    Contributed on Jan 1, 2018
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    We all know the hymn, 'We three kings of orient are..' but do we know the gospel facts underpinning this hymn and the significance of that visit to the child Jesus?

    We 3 kings Matt 2:1-12 When you think of Christmas carols that are appropriate with Epiphany I’m sure you will come up with: “We Three Kings of Orient are. ...” But ironically in just that 1st line of 5 words there are 3 very slight errors but that does NOT subtract from the importance of more

  • Epiphany O Godhead Hid

    Contributed on Jan 1, 2018
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    The Wise Men seek the child Jesus and travel a long way from the East following a star, they even have to seek advice from King Herod to find Him. Its a little like a children's game of Hide and Seek.

    O GODHEAD HID. MATT. 2:1-12. One of the most popular games among children has to be hide-and-seek - the rules are very simple. One child closes their eyes and counts to a hundred, while all the others hide - "Are you ready? Here I come." And one by one they are sought out from their hiding more

  • The Greatest Gift Of All

    Contributed on Dec 14, 2017

    Christmas is a time of sharing presents and each other's company, a time when rifts between family members should be healed. During the WW1 on Christmas Eve the British and Germans stopped killing each other as Christ's message of PEACE prevailed.

    THE GREATEST GIFT OF ALL. JOHN 1:1-18. The 1914 secret truce between the German and British soldiers has been told many times but it’s certainly worth repeating. In many ways it is surely the miracle of Christmas and its meaning was made manifest in the action of the soldiers who brought to more