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  • The Xmas Factor

    Contributed by Paul Green on May 9, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,743 views

    If the X-factor is about uniqueness then remember that the birth of Jesus was unlike any other birth and Jesus was unlike any other baby who came into the world.

    Its finally almost here – after weeks and weeks of waiting, after weeks and weeks of eager anticipation, after weeks and weeks where the excitement has grown and grown, after weeks of hype - It’s finally so close you can almost taste the excitement in the air. Of course you all know what I’m ...read more

  • There Is No Other Name Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Feb 5, 2010
    based on 11 ratings
     | 7,643 views

    We all have things that we are deeply embarrassed about, perhaps even ashamed of, things that we don’t want anyone else to know about. And sadly that embarrassment can all too often overflow into our spiritual life.

  • Something To Give Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Jan 22, 2010
    based on 11 ratings
     | 5,794 views

    Power in the kingdom of God has an entirely different purpose to power in the world… the power that Jesus promised and the power that Jesus provided through the Holy Spirit is not power to intimidate people, nor is it power to impress people… it is power

    One day a large male lion decided to make sure that all the other animals knew he was the master of the jungle so he went to the gazelle and roared, ’Who is the king of the jungle?’ Trembling, the gazelle answered, ’Why, you are, mighty lion.’ He went next to the zebra ...read more

  • Extraordinary People, Extraordinary Lives Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Jan 1, 2010
    based on 18 ratings
     | 10,016 views

    It takes extra-ordinary people, living extra-ordinary lives to proclaim the truth of the Gospel. It takes extra-ordinary people, living extra-ordinary lives to proclaim that Jesus is Lord. It takes extra-ordinary people, living extra-ordinary lives to pro

    Average is not good enough I’m sure many of you are Peanuts fans like me. One day Linus came home with his report card. As he turned on the TV, his sister Lucy scoffed at his grade: “You got a “C” in history? That’s only average.” Linus defended himself: “So what? I’m an average student in an ...read more

  • The Real Christmas Carol

    Contributed by Paul Green on Dec 16, 2009
    based on 9 ratings
     | 17,520 views

    Scrooge was changed from a selfish, greedy and bitter old man, and he becomes a grateful, generous and compassionate figure. A man filled with deep regret sees his life transformed. This Christmas time Jesus, the Son of God, invites us to do the same.

    The Real Christmas Carol Carol Service 2009 Show M&S advert Finish this phrase – ‘For you, Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without...?’ It’s true isn’t it that for most of us, if not for all of us, there are certain things that have to happen, or certain things that you have to have, ...read more

  • Loving The Unlovable Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Nov 28, 2009
    based on 24 ratings
     | 23,383 views

    It’s easy to love those who love us, but what about those we find it difficult to love? What about those who don’t like us? How do we still love and respect them as God’s people?

  • Is It Better To Have Loved And Lost? Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Nov 28, 2009
    based on 18 ratings
     | 6,015 views

    ‘Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all’. But is the same statement true when it is applied to our relationship with God? Is the same statement true when it is applied to our relationship with our fellow believers?

    Two men were discussing the subject of love. The first one says, "I thought I was in love three times," "What do you mean ‘Thought you were in love?" asks the second guy. "Well, three years ago, I cared very deeply for a woman who wanted nothing to do with me," said the first. "Wasn’t that ...read more

  • Love Is A Command Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Oct 30, 2009
    based on 18 ratings
     | 7,454 views

    Jesus said, ’this is my command: Love one another.’ How does that work? It is easy to see how you can obey a command not to lie, or steal or commit murder – but how can you command somebody to love somebody. How is that possible?

    Verse 12: ‘My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you’. Verse 17: ‘This is my command: Love each other’. One of the funniest comedies ever to find it’s way onto our tv screens, arguably, has to be Fawlty Towers. It starred John Cleese as the Torquay hotel owner Basil Fawlty, and ...read more

  • Love Is Determined Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Oct 29, 2009
    based on 12 ratings
     | 12,769 views

    Love does not give up no matter what is faces, no matter the obstacles in its path, no matter what those around you might be saying, love does not give up it is determined.

    I came across an article in the paper this week that had the heading ’Mother’s Love and Determination’. And the sub title ’Refusing to give up, Cynthia Teare helped her son to walk again’. It caught my attention because our theme today is ’Love is... determined’. And it’s the story of an 11 ...read more

  • The Loving Church Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Oct 28, 2009
    based on 18 ratings
     | 14,107 views

    What is church? If I asked you that question this morning how would you answer? In just one word – what would you say? Boring, irrelevant, out of date, hypocritical – or would you say that it is a place of joy, hope, love, companionship, caring?

    On Sunday 31 May – which was Pentecost Sunday, the BBC showed a service from Kingsgate Community Church in Peterborough. It’s quite a large, dynamic, vibrant church and they were holding a baptismal service. The following day, Chris Moyles, who is a Radio 1 DJ who presents the breakfast show ...read more

  • Love Is Forgetful Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Oct 28, 2009
    based on 14 ratings
     | 16,907 views

    We often think of forgetfulness as a weakness, as a problem. And more often than not that is true. But there is a time when forgetfulness becomes an absolute necessity. Paul says that ‘Love – keeps no record of wrongs’ He says that love is forgetful.

    In the middle of that list of what love is, Paul says that ‘Love – keeps no record of wrongs’ (v5). In other words what he is saying is that, as well as being patient, and kind and a whole host of other things – love is also forgetful! –‘ Love - keeps no record of wrongs’ Love is ...read more

  • Here Is Love Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Oct 28, 2009
    based on 15 ratings
     | 6,727 views

    What does it mean to wash the feet of others? It means humbling yourself - you get down where the need is – and you do something about it. In our culture the need is not to wash feet as it was in Bible times. But there are many, many practical needs all a

    24 hours to live We’ve all heard the story about the man who received a phone call from his doctor. The doctor said, "I’ve got some bad news and some really bad news." The man said, "tell me the bad news." The doctor said, "The bad news is that I got your test results back and you have only ...read more

  • A Door Of Hope Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Sep 18, 2009
    based on 28 ratings
     | 9,297 views

    I see a lot of modern day Christians, including myself, in the story of Hosea. But I don’t see us in the person of Hosea. I see us rather in the person of Gomer the prostitute. Are we very much different from those people?

  • God Sends The Whirlwind Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Sep 18, 2009
    based on 16 ratings
     | 9,127 views

    Everything we do has consequences. The sins that we do have consequences. The good things that we do have consequences. The priorities we have in life have consequences. The choices we make in life have consequences. You reap what you sow. And what is t

  • Freely Forgiven Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Sep 18, 2009
    based on 16 ratings
     | 5,920 views

    Is forgiveness simply Gods job, his duty, his obligation. Can we do what we want and live as we please and rightfully expect God to forgive us – because that’s what he is supposed to do. Or is there more to it than that.

    I love what Spurgeon writes about this final Chapter in Hosea – He says, ‘Throughout the book of Hosea there has been thunder: sometimes a low rumbling, as of a distant tempest, sometimes peal on peal, as of a storm immediately overhead. And now the tempest has gathered all its force. Here it ...read more