Sermons by Robert Needham
1 Timothy 6:1-10 We consider that true contentment is one of the rare jewels of Christianity.
2 Peter 3:1-18 We see that we need to trust in Jesus to be saved from judgement.
1 Thessalonians 5:12-28 Scripture commands us to give thanks in all things, both good and bad. We are challenged to examine ourselves to see whether we are thankful towards God and our neighbor.
1 Thessalonians 5:12-28 We were encouraged by learning about the Holy Spirit and His work in our lives, and examined what grieving the Holy Spirit means and ways in which we can avoid doing so.
Matthew 27:33-46 Jesus experienced being alone on the cross so that we do not have to suffer the agony and loneliness of Hell for eternity, but rather that we could experience the glorious joy of union and fellowship with Christ.
Matthew 14:22-33 As we move into the new year, we consider the miracles that Jesus performed, which help to reveal his character to us. We are also encouraged by the fact that God’s Word is more powerful than miracles to save.
Matthew 4:1-11 We consider the temptations that Jesus endured as the second Adam, seeing that instead of giving into them like the first, He overcame them in order to bring salvation to His people.
1 Peter 2:1-12 This evening we look at what it means to be a living stone, built upon Christ, the Cornerstone.
John 15:1-14 We consider that for the Christian, good works are a necessity – not as a means of salvation, but as evidence thereof.
John 14:1-6 We examine Christ’s statement that He is The Way, The Truth, and The Life.