Sermon Series
  • 1. Christ The Promise Of Glory

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    The gospel we have to share is a message of both warning and of great hope. It’s a message that proclaims Jesus Christ, the promise of Glory.

    There’s a paradox here. The message we proclaim as Christians is a glorious message. It’s a message that shines like a bright light in the darkness. It’s a message that Paul describes in Romans 1 as the power of God for salvation. Yet the means by which this message is presented is so often more

  • 2. Ambassadors Of Christ

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2005
    based on 26 ratings

    Stand up as ambassadors of Christ, gladly sharing the good news with those who haven’t yet heard. And pray that those who hear the gospel will respond today while the opportunity is there.

    I guess everyone knows that home ground advantage can be a significant factor in a game of football. Sydney is much more successful at the SCG than in Melbourne. Brisbane is close to unbeatable at the Gabba. But what is it that gives them that home ground advantage? It can’t just be the football more

  • 3. Living As One Of Christ's

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    For ambassadors of Christ to do their job to the best of their ability we need to acknowledge our difference from the world, even while we live within it and through the positives of that difference commend the gospel to those who haven’t yet heard it.

    Today we’re going to talk a bit more about what it means to be an ambassador of Christ. In particular we’re going to think about what’s involved in ambassadors of Christ doing their job to the best of their ability. Paul is aware of the urgency of the task, of the need for people to hear about more

  • 4. The Joy Of Christian Repentance

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2005
    based on 23 ratings

    Godly repentance comes as a result of godly grief, it leads to salvation & it brings no regrets.

    By Danny Saunders I’d like to introduce you to Jay Rayner. Jay Rayner has set up an apology Website. That’s right an apology Website. How it works is people can log on to & register an apology, they can say sorry to anyone for anything & so unburden themselves of all the more

  • 5. Christian Giving

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2005
    based on 38 ratings

    2 principles of Biblical giving: We should be giving generously in response to god’s generosity towards us and we should give according to our means.

    I want to talk today about one of those taboo subjects of our age. Money. Well, money itself isn’t a taboo. We’re all happy to talk about money as a general concept, usually related to how little we have or how much more we need. But try asking someone how much they earn, or how much they have in more

  • 6. True Power

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2005
    based on 17 ratings

    Spiritual Power is a life changed for Jesus through presenting the Gospel. A spiritual Leader is someone who is willing to pay a personal price for his concern, his message, and his lifestyle as he bears the message of Jesus.

    Any written statement carries certain dangers with it. It sets down a confirmed record and holds the writer to account. It can also be misinterpreted and misunderstood if the exact context of what was said and why it was said isn’t understood precisely. E-mail heightens these dangers because more

  • 7. Power Made Perfect In Weakness

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2005
    based on 27 ratings

    Our ability to serve God depends not on our ability but on God’s power.

    There was a guy on the news the other day who’s about to become the first Australian to enter some Solo Round the World Sailing Race and he was saying how no-one from Australia had ever attempted this before. He was basically wanting to tell us how great he is. And why not? That’s how you get more

  • 8. A Father's Concern

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2005
    based on 20 ratings

    Paul wants his readers to move towards perfection. We learn to love one another, to agree with one another, to live in peace with one another

    You can almost feel Paul’s frustration as he comes to the end of this letter. He’s done all he could to bring these people to maturity in Christ. He’s begged them, cajoled them, even threatened them and none of it seems to have made any difference. In fact in the end he’s had to resort to utter more