Philippians 1:3-11 Three effects of Christian Fellowship
Genesis 32-33. Jacob learns three lesson that are applicable to Christians today. Christians can expect to be overwhelmed. They ought to seek God’s help for a resolution of their trials. And they should follow God’s plan as revealed in Scripture, rather than their own plans. It is through these lessons that God’s people may expect […]
Luke 9.51 shows us that Jesus was resolute in his mission to go to Jerusalem, that his suffering was God’s plan all along, and that his death was never the end of the story. What a Saviour we serve!
Gen 30:25-31:55 – How aware are you of God’s working in your life on a daily basis? Jacob’s up to his old tricks again, but God continues to provide for and protect Jacob in spite of Jacob. Will Jacob grow in God awareness? Will you?
Micah 4.1-5 shows us that Christmas brings us to God, Christmas brings us peace, and Christmas brings us Prosperity. Let us celebrate Christmas in such a way that God is glorified, and a lost and dying world sees the joy Christians may have.
Special guest preacher Stuart Davis reminds us that in contrast to Father Christmas, Father God is real, knows we’ve been sinful rather than good, and lovingly offers us the abundant gift of salvation through his son Jesus Christ.
Proverbs 14:30 gives us to the tools to recognise, repent of, and deal with our struggles with envy. Drawing from the Genesis narrative from the morning as well as several passages in the Psalms, Pete helps us learn how to conform this important area of our lives to the image of Christ.
Gen 29:14-30:24 – A peek into Jacob’s family life is sad, but all the time, God’s promise is growing. Is your life similarly “messy?” Remembering that God is at work changes everything.
Leviticus 25 – The Day of Jubilee promises celebration, restoration, and freedom. This gives God’s people a distinct reason to hope and to continue in their battle against sin.
Genesis 28:10-29:14a – Do God’s promises still apply to a trickster like Jacob? Surprisingly, yes. As God first speaks to Jacob, we’re challenged to re-think our priorities and pay attention to the outworking of God’s plan in our lives. God is near to tricksters.
Leviticus 1-7 God’s people are to give to God their best, their are to give to God first, and they are to give to God joyfully. These practices take faith in God and committed obedience.
Genesis 27-28.9 – This is a story without a hero, at least a hero that is seen. Each character in the story is seeking blessing, but all of them seek blessing in their own ways. It is only when this family begins to seek blessing in the Lord that true blessing comes.
1 Corinthians 1:4-9 – Giving thanks for the work of Christ’s grace in the life of a Christian.
Genesis 23-24 – Luck? Fate? Chance? Every description falls short. Again through Abraham’s life, we see that God directs our every step. He also gives us assurances of His care along the way. Prepare to be encouraged.
Genesis 22 – Unbelievably, God tells Abraham to kill his son Isaac and offer him as a burnt offering. What will Abraham do? Through Abraham and Isaac we learn invaluable lessons about faith and God’s grand plan to provide a substitute for sinners.
Leviticus 19 – Christians are to be characterised by holiness in in their relationships with those around them. Their holiness is to be marked by a right view of justice. Their lives are to be pure in all aspects. And their worship is to be only that which God has commanded.
Leviticus 16 – Holiness is a mindset. Christians are to have this mindset regarding sin: sin must be put to death.
Genesis 20-21 – God works in… surprising ways. It’s no less true in our lives than in Abraham’s. Let God’s Word and Abraham’s story prepare you live well in a surprise-filled world.
Psalm 101 – The What, How, and Why of the Christian Ideal.
Genesis 18-19 – As we hear of God’s terrifying judgement upon Sodom and Gomorrah, we’re reminded that God alone knows the path to life. Our passage today gives us 3 signposts along that path.