And in our text this morning, we get a snapshot of the early Church persevering and thriving as they met the challenges that came their way. Acts: 4:32-37
The Sanhedrin has issued their warning: If you keep speaking about Jesus, we’re going to do to you what we did to your King. The Apostles have drawn their line in the sand: We cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard. The church is about to feel...
Our passage this morning is the second half of the story that we considered last Sunday – Peter and John and the healing of the man lame from birth. The lame man is dancing, Peter is preaching, and the crowd is repenting and believing! Our text this morning picks up...
Our passage this morning begins to recount how the Apostles engaged in the first stage of their four-part assignment – the witness to Jerusalem. Acts 3:1-26
In our passage this morning, we find a summary of how the church engaged with stage one – their ministry in Jerusalem. They were a healthy church – and their neighbours were compelled by what they saw. Acts 2:42-47
In Acts 2, in Jerusalem during the festival of Pentecost, something like the sound of thunder has rattled the city and a crowd has gathered. As they make their way towards the source of the disruption, they’re met by 120 followers of Jesus crying out the mighty works of God...
Psalm 15 help steers us back to the most important questions. It reorients, redirects, and realigns our hearts which are so prone to wander. We need the Holy Spirit to take the Word of God and apply it to our wandering hearts and minds.
Psalm 109 is an imprecatory Psalm – a Psalm in which David is praying down curses on his enemies. This Psalm will shock us, but it is from God, so let’s listen with humility and expectation.
The Christian life is joy-filled, but it is also simultaneously heart-breaking. It is glorious and exhausting – exhilarating and debilitating. It is up and down and everything in between. Nevertheless, if you are a Christian then, by the grace of God, you will continue to put one foot in front...
The believer, when confronted with anxiety, depression, indecision, uncertainty and hardship naturally has to ask themselves, again and again, WHO IS THE GOD IN WHOM I TRUST? Why do I trust Him? Is He mighty to save? Psalm 111 helps us answer this today.
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