Sermons from December 1999
Ephesians 5:15-18 We continue our consideration of this passage as we look ahead to the New Year. Just how is it that we will be able to make the most of the time the Lord gives us? It is by being filled with the Spirit.
We continue our studies on Biblical Worship by looking at the 10 Commandments as a basis for our worship of God.
Luke 1:26-38 We continue to look at the birth of Christ and focus on the fact that He was born a King. * In what sense was Jesus Great? * What kind of kingdom does Christ have? * What right does He have to be King? * Who are His subjects? * When did Jesus begin to r
Matthew 7:13-14 If we are ever to enter into heaven, we must enter by the narrow gate. Christ the door; striving for salvation.
We begin a series on Biblical Worship by considering the subject in general and asking what it is, as well as where, when, who and how we are to worship.
Matthew 7:12 Resuming our studies in Matthew, we look at ‘The Golden Rule’ – to treat others as we ourselves would be treated. We consider the following aspects: * Just how would we like to be treated by others in various situations? * How does this teaching summar
2 Chronicles 7:13-14 What hope can we have that God will be merciful to us and that, in His wrath against our nation, He will remember to be merciful? Only this – that He is a gracious God and has always chosen to work mightily in the darkest times of human history, both in
2 Chronicles 7:13-14 Calling the church to humble itself through prayer and fasting, we look at the present state of our society. We answer the following questions: * Why does affliction come upon a nation – who sends it? * What are the ills that we increasingly face at th