Sermons from May 2000
2 Kings 5:1-19 Naaman, the captain of the army of the King of Aram, was a great man but had leprosy. He heard there was a prophet in Israel who could heal him, so he came to see Elisha. However, Naaman didn’t like the way of healing that Elisha proposed. We see the s
Revelation 2:8-11 Taking a break from our series in Matthew, we look at the second letter to the churches in Revelation 2. The church at Smyrna was knowing great tribulation and there was more to come. We look at * The nature of the trials they faced * The comfort that
We conclude our studies in God’s Word by looking at the scriptures as having some similarities in structure with a Souzerain treaty.
Hebrews 13:2 Following from the exhortation to let love of the brethren continue, the writer to the Hebrews now exhorts us not to neglect to show hospitality to strangers. We examine what hospitality means here and we see: * Many people do not understand the meanin
Matthew 10:8-10 The Lord Jesus continues His instructions to His disciples ahead of their being sent out by Him to preach the Gospel. We look at two of His injunctions to them: to perform miracles in His name and to depend on others for their support. We see: * All t
We continue to consider the interpretation of Scripture.
Hebrews 13:1 We come to the concluding exhortations of this letter and note that the most important one has been placed first – that we should love our brethren in Christ. We examine Christian love in detail, looking at what it is and where it comes from and seeing h
Matthew 10:5-7 The Lord Jesus, having called His Apostles, now begins a sermon in which He gives them the charge for the ministry they would have. The same charge comes to all who are called to minister the Gospel in this day and age. We look at the following aspects:
We consider the clarity of Scripture and begin to look at interpretation of the Bible.
Hebrews 12:25-29 In some of the most sobering words in Scripture, we are warned not to turn back from following Christ. We are shown that for us to do that, having come to understand something of the Gospel of God’s grace, is far more serious than it was to turn away fro
Matthew 10:2-4 We examine the listing of the names of the 12 Apostles that Jesus chose. We see: * They were clothed with authority by Christ – Scriptures were to come through them. * They were not forgotten by the Lord for all their labors for Him. * They were ordinar