Sermon Series
  • 1. Big God, Big Message

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2011
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    An overview of Isaiah with the aim of putting the servant songs in context

    ‘I’d like to inform the congregation this morning that, from now on, we’ll no longer be having a Sunday sermon. I’ve noticed that my messages have been making so little difference that it really isn’t worth all the hours it takes for me to prepare them or for you to sit there and listen to them. ...read more

  • 2. The Servant, My Chosen One

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2011
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    The servant who will bring justice to the nations.

    I really enjoy DESIGN and construction. Civil Engineering. Lost assignment (but don’t tell the outcome). I know that when we build a home there are THREE things needed: foundation, brick walls and a roof. Just can’t have a house with foundation, walls and a roof. Here’s a ...read more

  • 3. A Remarkable Testimony

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2011
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    The servant who labours under the burden placed upon him.

    Being involved in gospel ministry is the GREATEST thing you can do with your life. There will be days when you say to yourself, ‘Praise the Lord! I love making an ETERNAL difference in the lives of people! I love TEACHING Bible lessons to the kids. I love SINGING in the choir. I love helping ...read more

  • 4. The Anatomy Of A Servant

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2011
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    Responding to the faithfulness of the servant

    This SIGN was recently spotted in the airport lounge of an INDIAN airport (slide): We request all passengers not to hand over their mobile phones / personal belongings to any member of our staff. If any passenger may choose to do so, it will be at their own risk as to the cost and ...read more

  • 5. Glory In Suffering

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2011
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    The servant who suffered for his people.

    Here’s some INTERESTING advice to parents, ‘People get very upset by the idea that their children might have to suffer. Well, why? […] are you having children? You want them to be Christians, don’t you? If they are going to be Christians, they are going to suffer. That is ...read more