Sermons from December 2010
Matthew 2:1-15 We reflect on the coming of the wise men from the east to seek for the young Christ child and to worship Him. We are challenged to seek Christ for ourselves and to serve Him with our whole lives in the coming days.
Psalm 46 As we are at the threshold of a New Year and none of us can know what difficulties and dangers it may hold for us, we are reminded Who is our God. He is not some powerless, regional „deity„ but rather the Lord of hosts. He is the One who has always been
Jeremiah 33:14-21 Writing 600 years before Jesus came, Jeremiah prophesies about One Who would come from the line of David to save His people. We see that: #The One coming would be the Lord #He would also be our Righteousness, our Savior.
We conclude our exploration of the subject of Biblical charity, focusing on what constitutes a legitimate need that is our responsibility to meet.
John 10:27-28 One very real fear that believers can experience and that robs them of their peace is the fear that they may not be true believers after all and that they will ultimately fall away from the Lord and be lost.
1 John 1:5-10 We examine the enemy of peace: fear.
1 Corinthians 12:4-6 We continue to explore the fact that as believers, our communion is not just with Jesus Christ but with all three persons of the Godhead.
What is biblical charity? Have you ever wondered whether it is right to help someone, how or how much to help, or whether it is ever right to stop helping?
Philippians 4:6-7 God promises to give us His peace if we will cast all our cares on Him and walk with Him in faith. We consider two things: *First, that this peace of God is a great blessing. *And second, the two senses in which we have peace with God.
We consider some of the hindrances to evangelism, and how to overcome them.
1 John 1:1-4 We begin to look at one of our greatest privileges as believers: communion with the whole Godhead.