Sermons on Salvation
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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…
How will you respond to the news of Jesus’ resurrection? Are you a sceptic? Or are beginning to marvel at the possibility of a renewed life? Listen as Dave unfolds how the disciples reacted differently to the resurrection, but how their response (and your response) makes all the difference in the world.
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 are delighted to welcome Mark Bowell from Jubilee Church Liverpool to bring us Back to Basics. It’s easy to add all kinds of extra trappings to our Christian life whether that’s things we ‘should’ be doing or ways we ‘should’ be behaving. Marks shows us how living in the basics of our freedom in Christ starts and continues with how we are believing.
When the King comes to Jerusalem things begin to change in ways that nobody had ever expected. But what’s my response to the arrival of the King? Am I saying yes to this new heart He wants to give me today? Listen as Dave challenges what it truly means to receive a new heart and receive King Jesus.
Dave looks at two connected events in Luke that point us to how we need to hold our hearts towards God; child-like and ready to give up all to live for him. Where is your heart today? God’s grace is ready to change you for all things are possible with God.
We need an ongoing encounter with the Spirit to keep seeing Kingdom advance. As we welcome Graham Webb from Jubilee Church Liverpool, he wonderfully tells stories from the book of Acts about a God who breaks in and changes lives. We find out how stepping out in faithfully, multiplies our spiritual muscles. What stops you from praying in every situation you find yourself in, and for the people you meet? Asking God for extraordinary miracles, and being faithful in the small things, leads us…
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?
This week we share two amazing stories of God’s grace working in Michael and Peter’s lives. Can God turn anyone round? Wherever we are, no matter where we’ve been, God can reach us…
Two fantastic stories are brought to us by Chantal and Colette each reminding and challenging us to respond to God’s amazing grace. Chantal unfolds the story of Rahab as we discover how God had His hand on her life and an amazing plan to save her. Colette continues with her own powerful testimony of God’s grace in her own life, which still amazes her today. Be challenged and respond to how God speaks to you through these messages.
Continuing our series in the book of Luke we find Jesus in the wilderness being tempted. Denis wonderfully describes how difficult these forty days would have been for Jesus, and through all Jesus’ sufferings, He fully identifies with everything we go through. This talk really challenges us to stand and take of hold this amazing Jesus as He give us forgiveness, strength power and love to live life for Him.
Dave challenges us to look at God’s justice and mercy and how perfectly these are balanced perfectly within who God is. How does God pour out His mercy over our lives? And how does this cause us to live. With wonderful illustrations from Les Miserable we are led to come together to share the bread and wine at the foot of the cross.
Robin looks at John the Baptist – called by God, the greatest of all the Old Testament Prophets..He dealt with the religious people harshly but called people to respond to his message of repentance and baptism.