This is not a regular kind of Sermon but was presented at the church after a Church Camp that was held that weekend. It is a kind of book review from Albert Mohler’s book, “The Conviction to Lead.” In this discussion we look at two aspects of leadership which are an absolute faith in God’s […]
So often as Christians we determine direction from God or are informed about God from what is visible. This is what Gideon does as he puts out his fleece. Is this something that we as Christians should do today? Is it a legitimate way to seek Gods guidance?
Romans 2 begins in a striking way, “Not to judge”. Paul in chapter one of Romans has been commenting on the spirally into immorality by those who reject God. He however knows that we can feel pretty good about ourselves by looking at others and therefore he warns us not to judge. What Paul means […]
King Ahab marks a new low in Israel’s relationship with God. There is the entry of a powerful woman, Jezebel, who brings her gods from Sidon to Samaria. There is no-longer any pretence that they are really worshipping God, as they have done in the past but now there is no room for God at […]
It is possible to know the truth and yet not act on that truth. So knowing God is all-powerful, all-wise, good, loving and sovereign when carefully considered should allow us not to be anxious. Yet knowing these things, we still often are. Romans 1:16-32 speaks of people suppressing the truth. That everyone because of creation […]
In this Sermon we look briefly at a number of the kings of Israel and how each of them failed. The primary reason for their failure was because they refused to acknowledge God and even though some of them has a success of sorts, none of their success was beneficial to God’s people and brought […]
Romans 1:18 tells us that the wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all ungodliness. There will be a final day when Jesus returns and the wrath of God will be revealed at that time. Yet this verse says that it is being revealed now. So in what ways do we see the […]