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.
Paul is a man who is mission-minded and who lives with a clear gospel focus. At any and every opportunity he seems willing to share Christ. Even when the path of his life seems to waver, he still lives for Jesus. The truth of the gospel that Jesus had lived and died and was resurrected […]
This moment on the road to Emmaus leads to a discovery for the disciples on their journey which changed their lives eternally. An understanding of who the man journeying with them and what it is that has happened can change our lives also. Jesus was raised to life, resurrected – and for those who believe […]
Some people look at Jesus’ words this way. “Believe without evidence.” Some people simply say, “You need to have faith.” Just believe it! I have heard a lot of people, even in this church say that! I think we need to be very careful of saying those words! I certainly don’t want to be calling […]
We celebrate today the good news that Jesus has risen from the dead! But why is it good news? What are the implications of the resurrection? What difference does it and should it make in the lives of Christians today? We look at the disciples who knew Jesus was dead but then heard he was […]
In this series on 1 Kings we discover one disappointing king after another and in this sermon we come to the lowest point where King Ahab decides to institute the cult of Baal as the state religion. God, by his grace, however, doesn’t let him get away with it and sends his prophet to rebuke […]
This Easter Day message considers the popular secular opinion that sees people trying to live their best life now. Jesus death and resurrection, however, shows us that the best is yet to come! Unless we follow Jesus today we will never experience the best that is yet to come and neither can we find true […]
What Paul is addressing here is something that the church has had to face many, many times. The Christian Church has had to face attack after attack upon the very centre of its faith, which is the claim that Jesus did not rise physically from the dead.