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  • The Gospel, The Whole Gospel & Nothing But The Gospel

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Feb 25, 2018

    To look at presenting the full gospel whenever we are asked to, leaving nothing out, and never adding our own views.

    John Sentamu on Billy Graham ========================= I was listening to the radio on the way home from work on Wednesday evening and Archbishop John Sentamu was saying a few words about Billy Graham who had just died. He didn’t have long and I don’t remember all he said, but the few words that more

  • New Beginnings

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Jan 20, 2018

    The new year is an opportunity for new beginnings, a better opportunity comes from know how much God love you.

    New Year – New Start ==================== Happy New year! I hope you all have a very blessed 2018. New year is a time when we take stock, reflect on how we’d like our lives to be and potentially decide to make some changes. It’s an opportunity for a new start, a new beginning in a small part more

  • Change The Stars?

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Dec 27, 2017

    What are we born to and can that be changed?

    New Babies ----------------- New babies are always exciting. We’ve recently had an addition to the Fisher clan, when Elizabeth gave birth to Thomas Skudder about 12 weeks ago. After a very short time we were telling the world, anyone who would listen, that we have a new grandson. Of course more

  • Sins Of Omission

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Dec 7, 2017

    A look at separating sheep and goats

    Preached at Christ Church, Billericay on 26 November 2017 Title: Sins of Omission Reading: Matt 25:31-46 Christ the King Today we are celebrating the Feast of Christ the King. As this is the last Sunday of the church year it is fitting that we remember Jesus has taken his seat in heaven more

  • Testimony Of A Lame Man

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Nov 16, 2014

    An imaginary testimony from the lame man Paul healed in Acts 14, giving the context of the events through the story

    Story This all happened a very long time ago. Location We live in the middle of nowhere, well just outside the middle of nowhere actually. We live here because it's a retirement home for old generals. My dad was a general – legatei is our word, and we moved around the empire when I was a more

  • Psalm 135 - How Great Thou Art Series

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Mar 19, 2014

    The construction and uses of the Psalm

    Preached at Christ Church, Billericay 16 March 2014 at 8am Introduction This is quite a different Psalm from psalm 23, that I spoke on last month. Psalm 23 has a very personal element that Psalm 135 seems to lack, although even here there are some personal statements. This psalm is like a more

  • Temptation

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Mar 9, 2014
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    The temptation of Christ and how it helps us avoid or resist

    Preached at St Johns, Billericay 9 March 2014 Introduction In Oscar Wilde's play “Lady Windemere's Fan” Lord Darlington says “I can resist anything but temptation”. It is said rather flippantly in the play, but for us it is a good starting point. Should we try to more

  • Job Series

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Mar 9, 2014

    An overview of the book of Job and the uncomfortable things it teaches about suffering

    This is my first attempt to preach a whole book, something I have been thinking about since New Wine in the summer of 2012. It was preached at 'Come Together', our monthly evening service at Christ Church, Billericay Aim: To look at what Job learns from his suffering Readings Job 1:6-12 more

  • Peace Be With You

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Mar 16, 2013

    What is peace, why do we need it, how does God's peace differ

    Peace be with you 15 April 2012 at Christ Church Billericay John 20:19-22 Introduction The theme this morning is “Peace be with you”. I suppose you can see that the disciples needed God's peace, they had locked themselves away because they were frightened that the Jewish more

  • Are We More Concerned About Living Like A King, Or Living For A King?

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Mar 16, 2013
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    A sermon for Palm Sunday, the importance of living for the King, rather than living like a king

    Zechariah 9:9-13 & Mark 11:1-11 Introduction What do you think of Elizabeth? What do you think of Elizabeth? Not, our youth worker – whose away at her friends wedding, nor our band leader, but Elizabeth II, our queen. It's her diamond jubilee year. Very few kings or queens make it this more

  • The Transfiguration (In The Style Of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire)

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Feb 7, 2013
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    An attempt to teach some of the amazing events in the transformation

    Reading – Mark 9:2-9 The Transfiguration Introduction This talk will be in the form of a quiz, loosely based on Who wants to be a millionaire. The main difference being there is no million pound prize. Indeed no prize of any sort. Also the only qualification for taking part is more

  • Recognising Jesus

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Jan 28, 2013

    Who were Philip and Nathanael? What made them respond to Jesus call?

    John 1:43-51 @ Christ Church on 15 Jan 2012 Who were Philip and Nathanael ? Although Philip is from Bathsaida his name is greek – it means Horse Lover. He was probably a fisherman. Little is known of what happened to him after the resurrection. Some say he travelled in Asia Minor with his more

  • Joseph, An Obedient Servant

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Dec 20, 2010
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    What can we learn from the bibles Silent Witness?

    Joseph @ the school Nativity - illustration At the school nativity play a boy desperately wanted to play the role of Joseph. He didn't get the part – he was to be the inn keeper. Instead the part of Joseph went to his greatest rival in the class. He was very upset. All through rehearsals he more

  • Keep Calm And Carry On

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Nov 15, 2010
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    People lost their lives in various wars, and many loose there lives in the name of Christ. During the end times many dreadful thongs will happen. This is a brief look at our response.

    [Slide 2 – Reading pt 1] [Slide 3 – Reading pt 2] [Slide 4 – Keep Calm and Carry On] “Keep Calm and Carry On” This poster was initially produced by the Ministry of Information in 1939. It was intended to strengthen morale in the event of a wartime disaster – more

  • Leave Here Vindicated Series

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Aug 15, 2010
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    The parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector as it high lights our position before God.

    Introduction What do you think this passage is about? Prayer? Well, yes Jesus uses the way people pray in his parable, so there are some important lessons about prayer. Arrogance? Pride? Humility? There is certainly a lot in the parable about arrogance or pride and humility. Final judgement? more