Sermons from January 2000
Matthew 8:5-13 Continuing our series in the Gospel of Matthew, we look at the faith of the centurion and the response of the Lord Jesus Christ to it. We see that the centurion had: * Loving faith * Active faith * Humble faith * Believing faith Christ marveled at the
Matthew 16:13-20 We examine this, together with several other passages of Scripture and answer some seraching questions.
We continue our studies on Biblical Worship by looking at the subject of singing.
Romans 5:8 Following our consideration of the variable love of men towards God in this morning’s sermon, we now look at the unchanging love of God for His people from this passage. We see that it is: * A demonstrated love * A directed love * A gracious love * A co
Revelation 2:1-7 Taking a brief break from the series in Matthew, we look together at Christ’s letter to the church in Ephesus. We look at the following questions: * What things were commended in the life of that church? * Nevertheless, what important thing was lacking?
We continue our studies on Biblical Worship by looking at the subject of prayer.
Matthew 8:1-4 Last time we saw one aspect of the response of the crowd to the teaching they had received in the Sermon on the Mount. Moving on in Matthew’s Gospel, we see another aspect at the beginning of this passage. Then we examine the case of the leper who came to
We continue our studies on Biblical Worship by looking at the subject of preaching.
Matthew 7:28-29 After Jesus finished preaching the sermon on the mount, Matthew records that the crowd was amazed at His teaching. We examine this passage and address the following questions: * What was it about Jesus’ words that was so arresting? * What kind of teachi
Matthew 7:24-27 Coming to the conclusion of this great sermon on the mount, Jesus clearly desires that we shouldn’t forget the things He has been saying. We look at the wise man and the foolish man in this passage and answer the following questions * What is the nature
We continue our studies on Biblical Worship by looking at the relationship between the character of God and our worship of Him.
Matthew 7:21-23 Continuing to examine these searching words of the Lord Jesus Christ, we see more of the errors of the ‘easy believism’ teaching. Those who say that the believer can sit back and relax and wait for heaven are shown to be taking a position contrary to Scri