Sunday, 8 April 2018

(SERMON) 1 John 1.7 Walking in the Light

"But if we walk in the light as He is in the light we have fellowship with one another and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all our sins"

This verse stood at the heart of the East African Revival and stands at the heart of our hopes for Revival today.  Walking in the light means being honest with ourselves, with God, and with each other.  Only from this place of honesty can we have real fellowship with each other and be washed of all our sins.

Monday, 11 December 2017

(SERMON) Matthew 9.27-31

Fulfilling Isaiah 35.5 Jesus heals two blind men who seek after Him and end up cornering Him in His home crying out "Son of David, have mercy".

Do we chase after Jesus till we corner Him?  Do we truly believe He is Messiah who can heal us? As a Church when Jesus asks "Do you believe I can do this?"  Do we boldly respond "Yes, Lord!"

Sunday, 12 November 2017

(SERMON) Remembrance Sunday 2017

Remembrance Sunday is many things to many people.  Like a funeral, but on a national scale, it is a time to weep and mourn for the loss of life.   It is also a time to give thanks for  the hand of God at work in bringing justice over evil and ending tyranny by using nations to punish other nations - something God has been doing since time began.

But it is also, above all else, a time to think.  A time to think on the evil that lives in the hearts of us all and the need for a greater and better sacrifice, a greater and better love, to give true victory and peace.  That sacrifice and love is only found in Jesus as He died on Calvary; not for His friends and family, but for His enemies, for godless sinners who deserved only wrath.

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