What is the greatest example in the Bible of God keeping a promise? Working from Ezekiel Ch 20, this sermon sets out to prove that God’s ancient promise to Abraham of a nation and a land “for an everlasting possession” has still to be fulfilled, and will be so when Christ returns and sets up His millennial Kingdom. If God does not keep that promise, how can you be sure He will keep His New Covenant promises of salvation and…
“Fear not, for I am with you” is a favourite verse of many from Isaiah 43:5. There are 5 people in the Bible to whom this promise was given – people who experienced the presence of the Lord in a special way due to the trials through which they passed. Learn in this sermon why there are more “fear nots” in Isaiah than any other Old Testament book and learn too how the presence of Christ is the greatest comfort…
Craig Munro preaches on 2 Samuel Chs 23 (numbers that count) and Ch 24 (counting numbers). He looks at the value of the service of David’s mighty men in their commitment, consecration etc. (Message preached in Bicester 2nd Oct 2021)
Colin Hutchison preaches on 1 Cor 10:1-11 where the apostle Paul highlights 5 dangers facing the Christian, and 5 resources God has given us to enable us to overcome, all sourced in the Old Testament record of the dealings of God with the children of Israel (Message preached in Bicester 2nd Oct 2021)
Mark Sweetnam expounds Hebrews 1:1-4, the profound Christological opening sentence of the New Testament book that has so much to tell us about the high priesthood of the Man at God’s right hand (Message preached in Bicester, 2nd Oct 2021)
Craig Munro preaches on “unfinished business in the life of David” from 2 Samuel Chs 20 and 21. Bones to be buried, giants to be slain, divisions to be healed, relationships to be sorted and past sin to be resolved (Message preached in Bicester 1st Oct 2021)
Colin Hutchison preaches on 1 Pet 4:17 – “Judgment must begin at the house of God”. After explaining what the house of God is, Colin develops various themes in connection with it and how the Christian should conduct himself in it (Message preached in Bicester, 1st Oct 2021)
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