Sermons on Heaven
Who are you? No really, who are YOU – what defines who you are? This week Dave digs into where our true identity comes from – the implications of which affect every area of our lives as we live courageously for God.
We react to news in many different ways – news can be amazing or very troubling. Here as we come to the completion of our journey through the book of Luke; we find the disciples are troubled and doubting what’s going on, they hadn’t realised just what an amazing thing was unfolding. Jesus appears and speaks straight into their fear – as He speaks straight into yours today. Fear and confusion is turned into confidence, worship and renewed lives.
Graham Webb speaks to us today about the crucifixion and the turning point this has placed in our lives. We look at the two thieves on the cross and see which one we would put ourselves alongside…the one for Jesus or the one against Him? Seems like a simple questions, but the outcomes of choosing Jesus are more wonderful than we could have ever imagined.
We live in a world where we want everything and want it now – you could call it a drive through lifestyle. But when we really take a step back we see that some of the things we’re after are not part of God’s plan. Dave gets us refocused on what really matters in life as he unfolds what an amazing mission we are on with God’s.
Life is full of questions and Jesus is on the firing line again today as He is questioned about life after death. These questions are not going to get fully answered though, until the religious leaders of the time see Jesus raised from the dead. It’s only when we fully believe that Jesus came back to life and lives today do our big questions of life start making sense.
When we look at the Kingdom of God we see breakthrough and changed lives, but there is evidently more to come when we look around the world, so how do we live with this paradigm? As Dave delves into what Jesus says about God’s Kingdom we look at three keys: What is the kingdom of God? The kingdom is here. The kingdom is coming. How we approach each one of these determines how we live for God in our lives. We need to…
We welcome Phil Harman to share from the story of The Rich Man and Lazarus in our series on Luke. As we ask what it means to have true riches, Phil challenges our perceptive on life and priorities. Where is your treasure?
People say the narrowness of the Christian life is scandalous! Can there really be only one way to God? As Dave unpacks this powerful message, we begin to see just how forgiving and open God is and how the door is narrow, but open to all! The big question is have we stepped through this door and turned our life over to God?
God has reserved a work for you here on Earth, and bucket loads of blessing in eternity. Are you running with and for God’s plan for you? Ewan challenges us to take hold of the important things in life and live for God each and every day we are given. Our times are in His hands, and He is faithful.