In our text this morning, the Apostle Paul shares his testimony, and he declares emphatically, “I – the Apostle Paul – was a sinner who needed a saviour! And I have a Saviour! And his name is JESUS!” 1 Timothy 1:12-17
A love for controversies, speculations and bunny trails was causing the Ephesian Elders to run off track. So as we learned last week, Paul told Timothy to stay in Ephesus to set things right because when leaders fall, the people suffer, and Paul saw that no good would come in...
Paul begins this letter by asserting his God-given authority. He describes himself as “an apostle of Christ by command of God our saviour.” Paul opens his letter with a statement of his credentials because he’s sending Timothy to kick some false teachers out and to call the congregation out and...
The Book of Psalms is the Holy Spirit-inspired hymnal of the church. Here, in the final Psalm, the book comes to a close with a crescendo of praise! On this Thanksgiving Sunday, we look into how we can apply this Psalm to the church today. Psalm 150
This morning our text is going to point us to a silent killer that is wreaking havoc in our homes. This is a silent killer that wiped out an entire GENERATION of Israelites. This is a silent killer that Jesus warned us about with startlingly abrupt language and yet, it...
On Redeemer’s ninth anniversary, Reverend Paul Carter from Cornerstone Baptist Church, Orillia is our guest speaker. In Matthew 16:13–20, Jesus makes a bold promise. In today’s message, we are going to reflect upon how it may be furthered and advanced in our generation.
And as many of you know already, when we come to the end of the book of Jonah, rather than seeing a rejoicing, God glorifying, ecstatic prophet, we get just the opposite. This isn’t the usual fairy-tale ending where the hero learned their lesson and is changed for the better....
The book of Jonah is essentially a story about a prophet who failed to wrap his mind around the breadth of God’s character. In particular, Jonah knew about God’s mercy, but he simply couldn’t understand how God’s mercy could coexist with another aspect of God’s character that he loved –...
Jesus references the story of Jonah as history. He speaks of the great fish and the Ninevites in the same breath as Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. According to Jesus, Jonah was not a fictional character. He was three days and three nights in the belly of a great...
The story of Jonah is not a story about a big fish – though it does feature a big fish. This story is meant to teach us one grand over-arching lesson: We do not get to decide who is beyond the scope of God’s mercy. Jonah 1:1-16
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