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Worship: Direction, Source & Scope »

Series: Colossians

God should always be the direction, source and scope of our public worship. Is your worship and praise man focused or God focused?

  • December 11, 2016
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Colossians 3: 12-17

Sin Abounding »

Series: Manasseh - sin and grace

There are people who commit terrible sins and think God cannot save them. Manasseh was an extremely sinful man who was a murderer who also sacrificed his son to idols. Could this wicked man be saved? Scripture reading: 2 Chronicles 33:1-9; Romans 5:12-21

  • December 11, 2016
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • 2 Chronicles 33: 1-9

The Content of Worship »

Series: Colossians

How are we to express our worship to God in corporate worship? What should the content of our worship be?

  • December 04, 2016
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Colossians 3: 12-17

Jonah's Anger »

Series: Jonah

Jonah finally followed God's will and the people of Nineveh repented. So why was Jonah angry?

  • December 04, 2016
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Jonah 3: 10 - 4:11

A Repentant Heart Returns to the Lord »

Series: Miscellaneous

Through trusting in their own strength, the glory of the Lord had departed from Israel and the people lived under the shadow of defeat. It was time to repent, cast-off the worship of false idols, and to return whole-heartedly to the Lord. When facing the ever increasing worldliness of today we do not see the Kingdom advancing. There is much spiritual weakness in the Church. Is our love and service for the Lord whole-hearted?

  • November 27, 2016
    Morning worship
  • Bill Matthess
  • 1 Samuel 7: 1-6

A Devoted Heart Depends Upon the Lord »

Series: Miscellaneous

Although vulnerable to attack when the people of God publicly acknowledged their sin before the Lord, they were in the safest place. The Lord delivered them from the hand of their enemies, just like He had promised. Whole-hearted devotion to the Lord will never fail to know His protection, provision and guidance. The kingdom of God will be built and the Lord's people will always be able to say "Thus far has the LORD helped us."

  • November 27, 2016
    Evening worship
  • Bill Matthess
  • 1 Samuel 7: 7-17

The Attributes of God »

Series: Moving On Lecture Series

It is our firm conviction that the Bible alone is the final authority in all matters of faith and practice. The Word of God is God's own special revelation of Himself, breathed out in written form, and chiefly declares to us from beginning to end, His glorious plan of redemption through His own Son, Jesus Christ, our Saviour and Lord.

  • November 24, 2016
  • Bill Matthess
  • Genesis 0: 0

The tears of the sinner »

Series: Communion Themes

There are many references to tears in the bible. This first sermon looks at the tears of the sinner.

  • November 20, 2016
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 26: 30-35

The tears of the saint »

Series: Communion Themes

There are many references to tears in the bible. This second sermon looks at the tears of the saints. Scripture reading: Nehemiah 1:1-11; Acts 20:17-38

  • November 20, 2016
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Acts 20: 17-38

Let Christ's Word Dwell In You »

Series: Colossians

Scritpure Reading: Psalm 119:9-16; Colossians 3:15-17 Paul commands us to let the word of Christ dwell in us. How important are the words of Christ to you? Do they dwell in you or have any impact on your life? The stimulus for worship:Let the Word of Christ dwell richly in you. prop 1. let the message about Christ dwell in you prop 2. let Christ's own word dwell in you Paul's teaching is intended that we should be saturated, dominated and regulated by Scripture. The Scriptures speak of Christ cp Luke 24:27. The issue at Colossae was false teachers and their false teaching - the word of man. It is therefore not the wisdom of men but the word of Christ that is to dwell in us richly.

  • November 13, 2016
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Colossians 3: 15-17