THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD Part 8 – Mervyn Hall preaches on the doxology in 1 Tim 1:17, “Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, be honour and glory for ever and ever. Amen.” He exalts God and His attributes of sovereignty, eternality, incorruptibility and invisibility (Message preached Nov 29th 2012)
THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD Part 7 – Michael Penfold preaches on the self-existence, self-sufficiency and sovereignty of God. He addresses the question, “If God is sovereign, how can man be free?” (Message preached 11th Mar 2010)
THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD Part 6 – Josh Jacob preaches a stirring message on the eternality and immutability of God. Starting at Gen 1:1, he speaks of God presented, powerful, purposeful and personal (Message preached 18th Feb 2010)
THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD Part 5 – Kevin Oh preaches on the unity, tri-unity, beauty and perfection of God and challenges his audience to reflect that beauty and perfection in their everyday lives (Message preached 11th Feb 2010)
THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD Part 4 – Mervyn Hall preaches on the love, grace and mercy of God under the following headings – love, His position; grace, His disposition and mercy, His interposition (Message preached 4th Feb 2010)
THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD Part 3 – Peter Scarsbrook preaches very helpfully on the ‘omnipotence’ of the almighty God, as well as His ‘omnipresence’ – providential, immediate and enjoyed (Message preached 28th Jan 2010)
THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD Part 2 – David West speaks from Psalm 139 on the omniscience of God past, present and future. He explains that each person in the Godhead shares the characteristic of omniscience in equal measure (Message preached 21st Jan 2010)
THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD Part 1 – Working from Hebrews 10, Scott Dunn opens this series by preaching on God’s holiness. He defines his subject and traces how God has revealed His holiness to His people & the world (Message preached 14th Jan 2010)
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