Sermon Archive

Destructive Love

III John 9-11 — “I wrote unto the church: but Diotrephes, who loveth to have the preeminence among them, receiveth us not.” Generally speaking, if Christians know anything at all about the book of III John it is the name Diotrephes. Sadly, this man is known only for the wicked way he responded to the…

Support Gospel Ministers

III John 5-8 — “We therefore ought to receive such, that we might be fellowhelpers to the truth.” In this section of the letter, John commends Gaius for showing hospitality to some missionaries who had come through his town on their travels. When they reported back to their sending church, they had testified of the…

The Prosperity Gospel

III John 1-4 — “Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.” This is the first sermon in a study through the book of III John. This little epistle doesn’t get a whole lot of attention and yet it has some very important things…

Cosmic Christmas – Part 2

Revelation 12:1-5 — As we continue to study this remarkable passage of Scripture, we turn our attention to the identity of the child. Who is this baby who is to “rule all nations with a rod of iron?” And what are we to make of the drama that unfolds? The dragon threatens to devour the…

Cosmic Christmas – Part 1

Revelation 12:1-5 — In this text of Scripture, the Apostle John describes two remarkable signs – a pregnant woman clothed with sun and a seven-headed dragon. The woman is experiencing labour pains and the dragon is waiting to devour her child when it is born. What do these signs represent? And what on earth do…

A Fitting Ending For Today

II John 12-13 — “Having many things to write unto you, I would not write with paper and ink: but I trust to come unto you, and speak face to face, that our joy may be full.” Due to the COVID pandemic, we have had to deal with restrictions that kept us from seeing our friends…

Part 5 – The Helmet of Salvation

Ephesians 6:17 — “And take the helmet of salvation…” A soldier’s helmet protected a vital part of his anatomy. It was a life-preserving piece of his armour and because it afforded him protection, it enabled him to go into battle confidently. This is true of the Christian’s salvation – it gives him confidence to face…