Making and maturing disciples of Christ

Sermons by Aaron Prelock (Page 2)

One off sermons

Deuteronomy 27:26

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 […]

Jesus is King sermon series

Matthew 5:17-48

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!

Beginnings sermon series

Where is God?

Genesis 45-46:30. The story of Joseph reminds us that God is behind all things that happen to us. Jacob’s move to Egypt shows us that God is always keeping his Word. These truths provide comfort and encouragement for the believer who trusts in the Lord.

One off sermons

Be Alert!

1 Peter 5:8. Peter warns believers to be alert against the temptations of the enemy. We look at three particular temptations believers today may face and three times believers may be especially tempted.

The Goal of Evangelism

2 Corinthians 5:20 – The goal of evangelism is to be an ambassador for Jesus Christ. We are to bear witness to his message: “Be reconciled to God.” Genesis 17:6-7 – We are ambassadors of Jesus Christ as a part of God’s covenant community of believers. We don’t bear this message alone.

Bible Study on church history

Reformation (1500-1600AD)

Rediscovered!  For centuries, the church had been distracted and confused.  During this remarkable period, the Word of God and the Gospel itself are brought back to the centre.  Through Luther, Calvin and many others reformation is in the air.  May we learn from this era, that we might continue to reform the church by the […]

Bible Study on church history

Distraction (600-900AD)

As the Christianity spreads and the church gains influence, so too does the church become distracted.  It’s an era of monks, icons, popes and serfs.  As Christianity spreads, the world becomes a better place, but the church must beware pursuing worldly popularity! This is the third of 9 studies in Church History.