In Exodus 40 we find the start of the new journey of the people of God with the presence of Him among them. We see that we are only to worship God in the ways He has commanded, that we must not forget His holiness, and that we today have something greater than the tabernacle. Jesus Christ is the true and greater tabernacle, God dwelling among us, and today by the Holy Spirit we are all called to be tabernacles of God in our lives and communities as we journey to the Promised Land.
Sunday, 19 August 2018
Friday, 13 July 2018
Writing to a persecuted and oppressed church Peter gives them a renewed vision of how amazing the church is, how important the church is, and why God gives believers such awesome rights when He calls them to be part of the church.
Monday, 28 May 2018
On the day I baptised my cousin-in-law and niece in to the household of faith I preached about the Trinity: about how God has revealed Himself, what this tells us about God, and why this changes everything for us who believe.
This sermon was written during a study week on 'death, dying, and bereavement' when we had to write a funeral sermon for one of ...
What is Anglicanism? To many you may as well ask “what is nice” or “what is bad” - it is a completely subjective question to which you c...
On Maundy Thursday I attended the diocesan "Chrism Eucharist." This of course is a very modern fad (though made out to be a '...