Esther 2:5-11 — In this second instalment, we see the proposed election plan for a new Persian queen put into action and it’s at this point we are introduced to the main characters of this fascinating book of the Bible.
I Corinthians 12:1-6 — The right view of spiritual gifts is vital to the health and growth of the local church. In this passage, the Apostle Paul outlines three key areas of difference that are crucial to understanding these wonderful gifts and exercising them properly in the body of Christ. This sermon by Pastor David Mitchell…
In this sermon, Steve explores the Land Covenant and the Davidic Covenant. He takes us from God’s anointed king the shepherd boy David, through to His eternal King Jesus Christ.
Esther 2:1-4 — The queen had been dethroned in dramatic circumstances and a new queen was needed. How was Xerxes, the ultimate egotistical tyrant, going to choose one? In this first instalment, Brendan explains the context behind the election plan.
Revelation 2:1-7 — In this short letter, Jesus had some wonderful things to say about the church at Ephesus, but these were overshadowed by one serious criticism. It was so serious that their very existence as a church was at stake. Today, this letter serves to remind us of what Jesus is looking for above…
Jonah 1:3-17 — Jonah foolishly tried to do the impossible, to run away from from God! …God could’ve rightfully given up on Jonah but He didn’t. He graciously pursued him and brought him to repentance. In this sermon, we’re reminded of the grace and mercy God shows to his wayward sons and daughters.
Colossians 1:21-23a — The Believers at Colossae were being pressured by false teachers to deny the deity of Christ and the sufficiency of the Gospel. In this part of the letter, Paul speaks of their reconciliation to God by the death of Christ and then urges them to continue in the faith. There is a warning…
The Mosaic covenant is the largest and most complex covenant in the Bible and perhaps the most misunderstood. In this sermon, Steve explains the nature and purpose of the Mosaic covenant and it’s relevance to New Testament Believers.
Colossians 1:20 — In this verse Paul tells us that “all things” have been reconciled to God by the cross of the Lord Jesus? Does this mean everyone will eventually get to heaven? How do we understand this universal reconciliation?
Acts 13:4-13 — God has given Believers many promises in Scripture but He has never promised that they would be free from opposition. Opposition is a reality as the missionaries found out on their first journey. How would they respond?