Sermons from November 2004
Exodus 20:15 We examine the Eigth Commandment, You Shall Not Steal. We look at the different ways this commandment may be broken and how to avoid stealing from God and from man. We also see how we are to protect the belongings of others and prevent the loss of their p
Romans 12:15 As when one part of the human body is harmed, the whole body shares in its pain, so the body of Christ is sensitive to what each part of His body is feeling. We are to demonstrate love towards one another in all our relationships, be it with our husbands,
Romans 12:14 The Lord gives us the command to love not only our neighbors but also our enemies. While this is easier said than done, we must keep in mind that Christians who live godly lives are bound to receive persecution. It is not our place to hate and to seek rev
Exodus 20:14 The Seventh Commandment has many implications in our lives, as it is very easily broken in our world today. God commands us to keep ourselves free of sexual impurity, and warns us of the consequences of these evil actions. We see the different types of i
We continue a survey of the books of the Bible, looking at the authors, historical contexts and main themes of each book. This week, we look at Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther.
Psalm 37:4 As we ‘step back’ to view the reason behind our series on the Ten Commandments in the Shorter Catechism, it is essential to understand why it is that we should want to obey them. A major reason is so we may delight in the Lord above all other things and s
Romans 12:13 We consider Biblical love in the context of hospitality. We learn that our general use of the word today is not what was meant in Scripture. The command to us is to open our homes not primarily to those we know and with whom we are friendly (which is none
We continue a survey of the books of the Bible, looking at the authors, historical contexts and main themes of each book. This week, we look at 1 and 2 Chronicles.
Exodus 20:13 In the final sermon concerning the Sixth Commandment, we look at those occasions when we do have the right to take life, most notably in a time of just war and in self-defense.
Romans 12:13 We consider how we should treat others in the Kingdom of God, particularly those who are not as well off as ourselves. We see that we have a responsibility to share with those in need whatever things the Lord has given to us – that as a church we should o