• Steve Cleary

    Contributing sermons since Nov 14, 2009
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Springfield Baptist Church
South Norwood, *Province/Other SE25 6DJ
+44 (020) 8405 1844

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  • Go Wash Yourself In The Jordan

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2009
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    Go wash yourself in the Jordan

    GO WASH YOURSELF SEVEN TIMES IN THE JORDAN. (2 KINGS 5:10) The story of Naaman the leper, recorded in 2 Kings 5, illustrates much about the work of God and our response to Him. v1 Naaman, a Syrian, was supposedly an enemy of Israel in the sense that he was not a Jew. He was highly regarded more

  • The Fire Fell - Elijah At Mt Carmel

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2009
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    The battle between God and Baal - Elijah at Mt Carmel

    Ahab was a man who did more evil in the eyes of God than any before him. He considered it trivial to commit sin and was married to Jezebel, who had lead the people of Israel astray into the worship and service of Baal. His father was bad enough, but the Bible tells us that Ahab had done more to more

  • Jesus Is Lord

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2009
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    A look at Acts 2:22-37, focusing on the Lordship of Jesus.

    "Jesus is Lord". If you want a comfortable life, you can leave right now. There are no apologies for the strength of todays message. It is meant to challenge and proclaim freedom. The Bible says that "death and life are in the power of the tongue" (Prov 18:21) 1. Why is Jesus Lord more

  • Search Me O God

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2009

    Communion reflection on "Search me O God"

    SEARCH ME O GOD To many people, the church today is lacking in moral authority and holiness of life. In many ways, we as the people of God are indistinguishable from non-believers. We live our lives with the same principles and desire to sin - in the scriptures we are called to be holy, but more

  • The Gift

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2009
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    Christmas Eve reflection on the gift of Jesus

    THE GIFT. So, it’s that time again. Each Christmas, we face the same endless round of activity - shopping, presents, cards, last minute shopping, last minute presents, last minute cards. There hardly appears to be enough time to think about material concerns let alone spiritual ones. Yet, is more