Sermons from May 2003
Psalm 91 Those who ‘dwell in the shadow of the Most High’ – those who are true believers – are promised great things in this Psalm. While we are not promised freedom from all earthly trials, we are promised protection, final deliverance and a place in heaven.
Romans 1:18-32 We view the final step in God’s giving over of men to the outworking of their sin. In this step, having ignored God’s revelation of Himself in creation and having worshipped and served created things rather than the Creator, man is given over by God to a
Revelation 3:7-13 Completing a mini-series begun in 2000 (click on the series link on the right), we look at the letter to the Church in Philadelphia. We see many encouragements to us to persevere in the faith and to be about the Lord’s work in making the Gospel known. Not
We conclude this series on the church by looking at what interaction we might expect to see between true Christian fellowships
Isaiah 9:6-7 The promised Christ will be Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace yet He will be humble, coming as a child and a son. His coming is for us.
Romans 1:18-32 As this passage progresses, we discover the slippery slope of sin – that the more a society sins, the more God withdraws and gives over to yet more sin. We trace the next step in Paul’s argument and understand its practical implications. We are also reas
We conclude our examination of the Biblical marks of a true church
Psalm 8 God has revealed Himself on earth, in the heavens and even from the lips of children. In the light of this revelation of Himself, David asks who man is that God should think of him. David meditates on man’s original created condition, greatly altered as a
Romans 1:18-32 When people suppress the knowledge of God in unrighteousness, one way God reveals His wrath against them is by giving them over to their lusts. They sink further and further into sin for which they will have to give an account on the Last Day. Paul speci
We continue to look at the Biblical marks of a true church
Isaiah 11:1-10 We return to reflect on the Kingship of out Lord, Jesus Christ – how he would arise when the line of David had effectively been reduced to a ‘stump’ – how He would be anointed with the Holy Spirit to perform His ministry, how He would rule with justice an
Romans 1:18-32 We consider those who suppress the knowledge of God that is clearly evident in the creation, looking at what Paul says about them in this passage. We also look at what God does in pouring His wrath out upon them because they suppress this knowledge of Hi