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.
What is the greatest invitation you have ever received? This morning we are going to look at the greatest invitation that we have ever been given. And that invitation is found in Luke 14 in a parable Jesus told: The Great Banquet.
The way that you respond to hardship, spend your money, treat your neighbour – the way you conduct yourself when no one is watching – EVERYTHING about you is shaped and dictated by your view of God. Who is He? What does He require of you? What will it be...
Christ followers are worshipers – that is our purpose – why we were created. As worshipers, in relationship with God through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, worship is what we have been called to do, as a way of life, all the time. What we do personally, privately, and...
How does a person pray when their world has been turned upside down, when their closest loved ones have dealt them their deepest wounds or when they find themselves in times of trouble? Psalm 3 is a beautiful example of how David prayed after one of his darkest moments –...
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- Acts (37)
- Clarity & Comfort (11)
- Easter 2021 (3)
- Easter 2022 (2)
- Elementary (9)
- Genealogy - Advent 2021 (5)
- God Is (5)
- I Believe (17)
- Jonah (4)
- Lament (6)
- Promise Keeper - Advent 2022 (4)
- Summer Psalms (7)
- Thanksgiving (2)
- The Air We Breathe (9)
- The Book of Haggai (1)
- The Household of God (19)
- The Passion (7)
- Various (4)