Matthew 7:13-29 – Matt brings to us 4 warnings that Jesus spoke to his disciples about living in God’s Kingdom. The importance of not only hearing God’s words but putting them into practice because our life depends on it!
Obadiah 15 – What is justice and who is truly just? Obadiah 15 simply explains these thorny questions. Listen in and be encouraged to praise the God who alone is just.
Matthew 7:1-12 – As the sermon on the mount draw to a close, Jesus gives us two final lessons in kingdom living – judge others the right way and go to God with all your needs.
Andrew King exhorts us from Hebrews 4 the importance of true rest and why we need to look forward to the day of heavenly rest.
The Lord has promised to guide His people always. Matt shows us how God’s guidance changes us.
Pete unpacks for us why we need to depend upon God and not on the things of this world.
Matthew 6:19-34 – As we continue our studies in the sermon on the mount, King Jesus invites his people to do two things: put God first and trust in Him daily.
Ezekiel 36:23 – Our sin profranes God’s name, but He is resolved to vindicate His name. How does He do it? Saving sinners through Jesus.
Matthew 6:1-18 – Jesus doesn’t just want disciples who outwardly obey His commands, He wants their hearts as well. Listen in and hear of the high standards of Jesus and at the same time His grace to sinners.
Curses of the Covenant Moses’ summary of the covenant shows us the terms of God’s covenant with Israel, the blessing for obedience and cursing for disobedience attached to the covenant, and the agreement of the people to the covenant. Paul’s use of this passage shows us Jesus has become this sort of curse for our […]
King Jesus is Scarier than Sinai The next section of the Sermon on the Mount shows us how Jesus fulfils God’s Law, how Jesus explains God’s Law, and that Jesus demands God’s Law of us. Praise God Jesus has accomplished God’s Law on behalf of those who will repent and trust in him!
Prov 4:18 – The lives of the righteous will shine brightly! But who are the righteous and why is it that there lives will shine? Listen and find out.
Matthew 5:1-16 – In the Beatitudes, King Jesus calls his people to live as citizens of the kingdom of heaven… now. Our priorities and behaviour are radically challenged as Jesus holds out the blessed life.
Amos 5:8 – Seek the Lord and live. Why? Because He alone created and commands all that is. Seeing God rightly changes everything.
Mt 4:12-25 – As Jesus’ ministry begins, it becomes clear that His kingdom is on the move. It’s victory is sure. Seeing this advance gives us hope, purpose and proof. Listen in to see and be challenged.
Psalm 49:16-17. This Psalm shows us the futility of seeking worldly riches instead of heavenly riches.
Matthew 4:1-11. This passage shows us why and how Jesus was tempted, as well as what Jesus’ temptation means for us today.
Daniel 2:44 – So many powerful kingdoms have come… and gone. In Daniel, we hear of a kingdom greater than all others. It will endure for ever. This brings hope and comfort to God’s people.
Matthew 3:1-17 – How does one prepare to meet King Jesus? Repent. What’s He, this King, like? Better than we can even imagine. Matthew introduces us to the King in this the first of 15 sermons in Matthew’s Gospel.