Sermons from March 2000
We consider how we came to have the books of the Bible as they are.
Hebrews 12:1-3 The author to the Hebrews begins to apply the message and the example that he has brought to us throughout chapter 11 but also in the whole of the book. Here, we are encouraged to press on towards Christ, our Great High Priest. The writer uses the pictu
Matthew 9:18-26 We look at the incident of the woman who had been bleeding for 12 years, and of the young girl whom Jesus raised from the dead. We see the following: * both of these are pictures that show us how Jesus deals with those who are unclean and dead through
Philippians 4:2-9 Many people live under a misapprehension of the nature of real peace. In this passage, the apostle Paul shows us that this is not something that comes to us in certain circumstances but something we must actively pursue.
Matthew 9:14-17 This passage highlights three religions that were present at the time of Christ and indicates the errors that both the Pharisees and the disciples of John were making with their religions. We look at the following questions: * What was the basis o
Hebrews 11:32-40 This Sunday evening we finish looking at chapter eleven in Hebrews. We go over some of the highlights of the examples of faith that are presented in this chapter, and see that there will sometimes be great victories through faith and sometimes seeming fai
Matthew 9:9-13 This week we look at Jesus’ call of Matthew to follow him. We also see that Jesus has come to help the sick and not those who feel that they have no need for help. We look at the following questions: * What is the natural condition of man? * What do we
Hebrews 11:32 Tonight we return to our study of the book of Hebrews. We look again at the life of Samuel, as it is an example to us, and ask the following questions: * What is the result when God withdraws from his people? * What must the people of God do when they r