Sermon Series
  • 1. How Majestic Is His Name

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Our worth as human beings lies not in ourselves but in our majestic creator God.

    I’m writing school reports at the moment. It’s something I hate doing. We have a system where you’re expected to write 50-100 words per student so that in the end over all your reports you’ve written tens of thousands of words most of which begin or end with “Johhny needs to be more focused in more

  • 2. The Foolishness Of Ignoring God

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2007
    based on 18 ratings

    The fool says in his heart, "there is no God."

    The word “fool” doesn’t get as much use now as it once did. If one of my mates does something profoundly stupid I don’t usually cry out “you fool”. I might say “you are such an idiot” or “what a goose”. I’m sure many people you know would use much more colourful language than that. Fool is one of more

  • 3. Forgiveness And The Grace Of God

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    As with David, our response to sin should involve confession, grace and transformation.

    When one of my students does something bad and gets caught, there’s a number of different reactions that you can see. It depends on the student, on the teacher, and on what they’ve done. But some reactions are a lot more common than others. • There’s the “I’m really sorry sir and I won’t do it more

  • 4. Relying On God

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    In a culture which prizes self-sufficiency, we need to rely on God.

    Australian males prize self-sufficiency. It’s not masculine to ask anyone else for help. It’s not macho to admit that you can’t handle something on your own. I’m probably one of the worst offenders when it comes to having this sort of attitude. I hate anyone having to show me how to do anything, more

  • 5. Is It Worth Following God?

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Asaph asks the question - is it worth following God? When you look at life from an eternal perspective, the answer is clear.

    Have you ever found yourself thinking – I wish I had what my non-Christian friends have? I wish I had the freedom they have. I wish I was able to do the things that they do without conscience getting in the way. I wish I could get up to what they get up to without feeling guilty. After all, more