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 […]
The day after Jesus has fed the 5,000 all the people go again to find Jesus. They even travel across the lake in order to get to him, believing that he could once again feed them. Yet later, when Jesus says you need to believe in me – that is too hard, a step too […]
As in Chapter 1 where the disciples go and tell others and bring them to meet Jesus, so too here we see the Samaritan woman tell the townspeople to “Come and See” Jesus. Even the testimony of this outcast woman was used by God to bring many to believe and many more to come and […]
In Luke 7:28 Jesus says John the Baptist is the greatest man ever to have lived. In this morning’s sermon, we examine John in his meekness and humility and his desire to point to Christ and give glory to him alone. John’s desire to decrease while Christ increases must be the desire of all Christians.
In this sermon we take a brief look at the most well-known of all biblical texts. The Gospel is clearly defined and declared in these verses but the consequences for unbelief are also clearly defined.
To be a “born again” Christian is often seen outside of Christianity as describing someone who is extreme in their views and beliefs about Jesus and the bible. Rather this passage teaches that to be born again is the absolutely necessary experience of all who profess faith in Jesus and who can be called Christians. […]
The verse we are looking at tonight is the key verse around which Martyn Lloyd Jones writes his book, “I am not ashamed.” I personally have always found this verse encouraging and I suppose it has some nostalgia for me as when I was growing up Mum used to belong to a choir, and they […]
Our series in John continues. This week we explore John’s description of Jesus as the lamb of God – a phrase not used in the OT. What did that signify for those who heard John use that term? We see John’s continued desire to be less and for Jesus to be more. And again considering […]