Sermons on Judging others
How can we carry the fragrance of Christ, and what does this look like? Robin unfolds five ways we can practically bring the life of Christ authenticity whenever we go. Ephesians 5. 2 Corinthians 2.
In Romans 14 the Apostle Paul tells us to accept our brothers that are weak. Eating or not eating meat or observing special festive days do not make us more spiritual than other brothers. Michael uses this powerful passage to bring home that the Kingdom of God is not in eating or drinking but in Righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.
Matthew shared with on us Sunday the story of the sinful woman who anoints Jesus feet at Simon the Pharisee’s house. He powerfully looked at the contrast between how the two approached Jesus and how our own lives can relate to the story, the challenge is how do we approach Jesus honestly ourselves and what do we think of how others approach him?
Ben Davies shared an excellent word about dying to self. He explained that Jesus although he was God submitted himself to the Father’s will and glorified God. It is the same for us when we die to self and live for God, we glorify him. What areas of your life do you need to die to self and live for God?
This challenging word from Sylvia teaches how we should choose to use our tongues to bless and not to curse. Looking at Luke 15 she tells the story of her own breakthrough in forgiveness and how we can find freedom though letting go of a grudge and choosing to not complain – being thankful.