Following on from our previous look at the story of the Exodus, in Part 2 of 'Let My People Go' we see the urgency for labourers in the Gospel 'For The Sake Of The Children'. Using the story of Jonah as an illustration, David Legge helps us to understand the great need for Christians to be active in sharing the Gospel with those around them. God's heart of love for mankind is particularly concerned for our children, and we must show that same love in reaching out with His good news of mercy and forgiveness in the face of judgement.Read/Listen
Join us for the first part of a new series entitled 'Let My People Go', as we glance over the book of Exodus to see how 'God Proves Himself'. As we begin this series looking at the account of Israel in the Old Testament, we focus particularly on how God called and enabled Moses for the great work of delivering a nation from slavery. Each of us is also enslaved, and it is only through our Deliverer, Jesus Christ, that we can find the freedom we need. How do we know God can do this? Join with us as we learn how 'God Proves Himself' to the believing believer.Read/Listen
Join us as we consider the reality of 'Jezebel In The Church'. Who was this woman spoken about in the church of Thyatira in Revelation? Why were the believers there warned so strongly about her influence and the consequences of it? Is this spirit of Jezebel still seen in the world, the church, and even our individual lives today? Don't miss this challenging sermon which addresses a variety of issues brought on by the spectacle of 'Jezebel In The Church'.Read/Listen
In Matthew 8 we read that the disciples were amazed and astonished that even the wind and the waves obeyed Jesus. As we enter a New Year, with all its uncertainty, are you aware that 'The Waves And Wind Still Know' His voice and still yield to His command? His authority and power is still the same today, and is available to make a change in your life - even when such a change seems impossible!Read/Listen
Some searching questions are posed to us in this challenging message, entitled 'Have You All Received?'. Have you received the Holy Spirit? Are you filled with the Holy Spirit? Are you even aware that there is a Holy Spirit? These are questions the Apostle Paul asked of twelve Ephesian believers in Acts 19. Join us as we study these questions and their answers, and seek to understand the important message for us and for the church of Jesus Christ today.Read/Listen
Are you thirsty for God? This is a question that we might direct at unbelievers, in an effort to draw them to Christ. However, this question must also be asked of us as believers. 'Are You Thirsty?' is a question each of us needs to ask of ourselves. If the answer is 'Yes', where do we go to quench that thirst? What are some of the attributes and actions necessary that will result in the rivers of living water, spoken of by Jesus, flowing forth from our innermost being?Read/Listen
In Matthew 11:12, Jesus said 'From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and the violent take it by force'. What was this 'violence' He spoke of? Join with us for this Topical Sermon entitled '
How do you approach the Christian life, and the service you offer up to God? Do we tend to rely on intellect, learning, our own strength and power? In this challenging Topical Sermon we learn from the prophecy of Zechariah that everything we do for God is to be done 'By My Spirit', says the LORD. It is not by might, nor by power, but only by the Spirit of God that we can do anything for Him - every other way will fail.Read/Listen