Sermons on Jesus
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Regeneration, Discipleship, and The Miraculous: Matthew speaks from Acts 3 and introduces us to a world where we actually walk in the full power of the Holy Spirit, and literally be Jesus to all around us and see His kingdom breaking in. Some questions to ask yourself: 1. Matthew asked, What on earth can Christians offer the world? 2. What do I understand by salvation and do I need to know more? 3. How will we see more people getting…
Sometimes what we hoped for from life seems a long way off, especially when things are going wrong. As Jonathan Kent takes us on a journey with a pair of discouraged disciples, we find that Jesus is much closer than we could have ever hoped or imagined.
Rob unfolds the amazing Jesus in seven fabulous ways. Allow your thinking about Jesus be refreshed and what He truly means for your life and true identity. Jesus – God with us. Jesus – The last Adam. Jesus – Our great high priest. Jesus – The Sacrifice. Jesus – Our true freedom. Jesus – Our righteousness. Jesus – Our everlasting life.
What names define who we really are? Friend, colleague, brother, mum, dad? It’s amazing how powerful names are. As Jan brilliantly unwraps how a name can affect us both positively and negatively; we discover another name that can truly shape who we are, and allow us to live free and fully for God.
What’s the point of Christmas? Jesus came into the world because of the mess our lives are in. In fact this whole world is in a mess. Starvation, loneliness and pain are known across the world even at Christmas time. Jesus was born into this reality, not in palace, but into the brokenness of real life. He came to give His life to bring us home. He came to save us and serve us…He came because of love. Is this amazing…
Jesus mixed with all kinds of people, usually the people that the ‘religious’ didn’t mix with but he also mixed with the religious types too. He challenged the behaviour of both but he was often a little harder on the so called religious. God looks at the heart not at the outward appearance and that’s how he asks us to live with those around us. How do you challenge this culture that judges people without knowing them? Walking with this broken…
Are you looking at the world through ‘Kingdom eyes’ or looking at things in your own way? Are you waiting for everything to be perfect before truly believing and living your life for God. Robin unwraps this fantastically diverse passage in Luke and leaves us with challenges to put the Holy Spirit at the centre of everything we do and everything we are.
Martha was anxious about many things and served out of that anxiety but Mary had chosen the good portion – sitting and listening at Jesus’ feet. Who’s world are you in…Martha’s or Mary’s ? Where do your priorities lie when it come to your busy life? Here Dave challenges us to get our hearts right when it comes to the stuff we fill our lives with – putting ourselves, like Mary at Jesus’ feet.
Robin unfolds this fantastic passage in Luke 9. Jesus sets his face towards Jerusalem and uses the example of a child to give the disciples a lesson in humility. What can we learn and how can our hearts be changed as we come to God in the same way?
Jesus identified in this rich young ruler, that although he seemed to be ticking all the right boxes, there was something askew in his heart. Sola wonderfully unfolds this story and how Jesus reveals where the man’s heart is truly at. Are we allowing Jesus to reveal any ‘cryptic’ or hidden sin in our lives? We want to run the race in the freedom he’s offers us, not being held back by things hidden in our hearts. Open up to…
People have many differing opinions who Jesus actually was and is, but what does the bible say? What does God say about who Jesus is, and as importantly who do you say He is? Understanding Jesus is Lord and as Saviour in our lives powerfully affects the way we live every day…this one question can enable us to live life to the full and full of Him.
Dave continues in Luke 9 as the 12 Apostles are sent out. Jesus message of good news being deployed and healing delivered. He is concerned not just with the soul but with the body too and when they seek rest and time together the crowds gather and he teaches them gladly. When the disciples ask Him to send them away for food he tells them to give them something to eat. We too are called to deploy the message, deliver…
Are you a planner? Do you like to have everything going like clockwork? Or maybe you just go with the flow. Either way when our plans are interrupted it’s hard to know what to do. What if, like Jesus, you see exactly what God is doing in every interruption and are expecting His power to move? Find out what it means to be tuned into God this way and live in this amazing power.
Is your family perfect? No? In God we won’t be perfect straight away, the struggles remain, the most important thing is that we are united in Christ as His Church, His body. As we come together to worship, we come to encourage each other and see Jesus at the centre of all our of lives. Dave powerfully unfolds how Jesus dealt with his family and those who had become his own disciplines, and reflects how we can be God’s family…
Continuing our journey through the book of Luke, we enjoy this fantastic talk on John the Baptist. What were his opinions about who Jesus really was? We are challenged to ask ourselves how we see Jesus in our lives. Are we allowing Him to unfold His plans for us, or are we calling all the shots – telling Him how things should be!
Where does our faith lie? In ourselves or in Jesus? As we look at the amazing story of the centurion’s faith in Luke 7, we can be encouraged to know that it only takes a mustard seed of faith and a mighty God to move mountains!