We are people of the Gospel. The Gospel is expressed as a message in words. We need to be clear what the words mean to be clear on the message. In this mini-series Francis drills into a few key words or blocks to ensure the message really comes through the words. This first teaching looks…
What was the first letter Jesus ever wrote… and why is it essential that believers today understand its message? How can you summarise the entire Bible in just two words? Who can be set Free in the Ultimate Court despite a powerful prosecutor? And what does any of this have to do with Mark’s daughters?!…
Do you expect God to keep feeding you yesterday’s bread?
Following messages about David’s lessons in worship we come to his big lesson concerning sin. Hsiang-Ling opens the passage and allows us to now learn from David’s experience to appreciate the power of sin and redemption’s breadth.
The Lord seeks pure worship of heart driven devotion and through that he advances his purposes.
David had a heart for worship, the Psalms testify to this. Yet when he became king he had to learn some tough lessons about worship of the Holy God of Israel. Do it God’s way and when you do, some people will despise you. This is part one of some teaching on worship that will…
Jesus received the fearful but does not let them stay that way drawing them from fear to faith.
Neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth.
Those in Christ have received God’s spiritual treasure in clay jars. To nurture this God prescribes a rhythm of rest and remembering. This instruction began with being told to observe the sabbath day and keep it holy, taking time to remember our journey out of slavery. Unless over stimulated modern people do this we may fall back into the slavery of this age.
On Trinity Sunday Francis shared on his spiritual vision for Trinity Church which focuses on meeting God in worship. The call of Isaiah was studied to illustrate from Isaiah’s experience what meeting God in worship can be like.