Contributed on Jun 16, 2003
A sermon that considers Jesus as he is described in Hebrews chapter 1 rising out of what it say in Hebrews chapter 12 and verse 3 - "Consider Him."
Consider Him. In Hebrews chapter 12 we read - 3 Consider him who endured such opposition from sinful men, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart. So many Christians today are weary and have lost heart. Why? Because they have not truly considered Jesus in his fullness. Chapter one ...read more
Contributed on Jun 22, 2003
A sermon that takes the "drifting" theme from Hebrews one discusses it and finds some solutions with Gideon in Judges.
Hebrews chapter 2/ In this Tuesday’s Southland times there was a dramatic picture of a digger jammed under a bridge in Rockdale Road in Invercargill. The digger had been on the back of a truck that had not considered the 4.4 metre clearance warning that was on a sign before the bridge. The ...read more
Contributed on Jun 30, 2003
This sermon talks about fixing our thoughts on Jesus and expands the thought using a numonic FACE It contains a couple of good stories.
I want to read a motoring magazine type article on the 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera 4. "Go ahead. Try it." My driving instructor was eager to send me down the slalom in the 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera 4. Intrigued, I punched the gas pedal and started dodging orange cones set out on the ...read more
Contributed on Jul 6, 2003
A sermon that tries to compare the need for a rest in music with the need for rest for the Christian.
I am tone deaf. Those who have heard me sing can only agree with me. Thank goodness I am not in a denomination where the minister sings the liturgy. Yet today I would like to give you a Music lesson. The lesson I would like to teach is that in music there is a space for the rest. Much great ...read more
Contributed on Jul 14, 2003
A sermon that takes heart from the teaching of Hebrews chapter 5. It shows how this chapter can increase our courage.
It wasn’t an easy task. The best runners in the world were there - world record holder Roger Moens, Ernie Cunliffe, George Kerr, Christian Waegli, Istvan Rozsavoelgyi, Jerry Siebert, Bulyshev, Balke, Murphy, Matuschewski, Schmidt. Any one of these could be the winner. High up in the pressbox ...read more