The old Peter resurfaces in this text and his mouth moves before his brain is engaged. Peter says this, “What about him?” I think we all relate to Peter’s comments. The human condition is such that we spend endless time comparing ourselves with others. We so often feel good or bad in comparison to others. […]

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John 18 ‘What is Truth?’

Not everything is as meets the eye in John 18. What seems out of control and senseless are in fact all part of God’s sovereign plan in salvation. What seemed like a victory for the Jewish leaders and defeat for Jesus and his mission was in fact God’s way of salvation.

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John 17:1-5, “Glorify your son.”

Have you seen his glory? Have you given him glory? As we approach Easter through John’s Gospel, we have to see it. Easter is about remembering his greatness and getting everything back into perspective. It is to have an elevated opinion about Jesus. It is to see his holiness. It is to appreciate God’s love.

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John 15:1-17 “Remain in Me”

In this well-known passage, Jesus teaches us that as His disciples, we are to bear fruit. It is not optional, or merely a good suggestion. It matters. By our fruit, others will know we are Jesus’ disciples and God himself is glorified. So disciples bear fruit and it is only possible as we are connected […]

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John 13 “Jesus, Servant and Lord”

In this remarkable passage, we find Jesus, the creator of the world, the Son of God, hours away from his arrest and death, kneeling down and washing the feet of his disciples. It was the job of a servant, yet Jesus does this to show that his imminent death would by faith mean that all […]

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Christmas day service 2021

Today we remember that Jesus is born! The saviour of the world, which is good news of great joy for all the people! But what impact does this good have for you? Is it just generally good news that he came to be your saviour, or when you break it down, does a baby born […]

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