Contributing sermons since Jan 17, 2017
Contributed on Dec 5, 2021
Its easy to forget what Christmas is all about as we are so wound up in its secular meaning and activity. As we celebrate this wonderful gift of God's love for us in His incarnation we must try and follow His wonderful example.
God’s power of love is forgiveness - Christmas Christmas and family go together, families meet together and enjoy the festivities, enjoy the food and drink, enjoy the company and love for each other. Christmas is all about reconciliation putting aside family disputes as love is the name of the ...read more
Contributed on Jan 22, 2021
God’s Grace is the most fantastic gift God has given us. Grace changes lives, gives a new perspective of what life is all about and we can learn so much from each other's experience, for example John Newton.
AMAZING GRACE God’s Grace is the most fantastic gift God has given us. In fact its unbelievable but its there for all of us and its proof is revealed in His Son Jesus Christ. That God in His divine Grace gave His only Son to die on the cross for us – and Jesus did this willingly for each one of ...read more
Contributed on Jan 18, 2021
In life we all go through troubled times some of which can easily overwhelm us but we are reassured that we are never alone a promise encapsulated in the hymn, 'Abide with me.'
Abide with Me Hymns play a very important part in our worship, by singing we in a sense give ourselves in praise and adoration to Almighty God. For this to work there are a number of essential components, ingredients: • The words, ideally based on Scripture and full of meaning • The music which ...read more
Contributed on Apr 22, 2019
St Paul has very strong arguments for the resurrection and writes to the Corinthian Church to counteract those who are denying that the resurrection of the dead - if that is so Christ has not been raised.
Death is swallowed up in Victory 1 Corinthians 15: 54 Reading for The New Testament lesson – 1 Corinthians 15: 12-22, 54b-57 (3 readers: 1 and 2 plus a Narrator) 1 We proclaim that Christ has been raised from the dead, 2 How can some of you say there is no resurrection of the dead? 1 ...read more
Contributed on Nov 29, 2018
The door of opportunity is there for the taking and John in Revelation outlines this for the Church in Philadelphia.
An open DOOR Rev.3:7-13 Of all the seven churches in the book of Revelation, Philadelphia was the ideal Church, and the one against which Jesus had no accusations nor did He find any sin there. However, Philadelphia was not a perfect city it was a city of many temples, and was called “the little ...read more