— Last Sunday's Sermons —
Repent and return to real repentance! We will look at this essential doctrine of repentance. What does it mean? Is it really necessary? What does it look like? I’ve already repented, so do I need to keep doing it? How do I know if my repentance is real? This is a challenging message, but the result if applied, is so sweet in the life of a Christ follower.
“What do people believe about the future? What do other religions teach about the end? What makes the Bible any different? And why should we trust it over all the other religious views on the end times? Nigel Shailer will answer all these questions this Sunday Night. Come and gain massive confidence on why you can trust the Bible’s teaching on how things end for the human race on earth.”
In 2 Timothy chapter 1, verses 3 to 5, Paul enriches us with an intimate example of solid friendship. If you have ever struggled in marriage, battled with family, wrestled with friends, or have been overwhelmed in relationships, this sermon is for you.
You would not believe the truth, the love and the Gospel saturating the first two verses of 2 Timothy, as we introduce this very intimate and vital New Testament letter. Get ready to hear the Gospel, be informed, learn some theology and be transformed.
Like a good shepherd cares for his sheep, so the Lord cares for His people. Because of who God is, we can look to Him to be our help.
Psalm 103 reminds us that our life is to be marked by the worship of God. As we reflect upon His amazing love and His grace toward undeserving sinners, we are called to turn our affections toward Him and lift up His name in praise.
Taste and see that the Lord is good.
The unchanging lovingkindenss of our God and the unfailing, everlasting truth of His Word.
In an impure world, how does a believer overcome the pollution and live a holy life? In God’s Word, we find the path to personal purity.
Psalm 8 will expose the truth of the impact of living a life where only God is great.
Psalm 42 is an incredible help to the hurting soul. The psalmist, in this instructive psalm of lament, gives us an honest picture of HOW TO HURT, how to suffer and how to do it in a way that honors the God who has given us every reason to hope!
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This is the final psalm attributed to David. It is the last of the alphabetic (acrostic) Psalms in which each verse begins with consecutive letters of the Hebrew alphabet. One man said, “The psalm offers praise from A to Z to God described from A to Z.”
We learn from Proverbs what it means to listen to wise counsel.