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The suffering of God's people. »

Series: The life of Moses

The people of God are not immune to the troubles of this life. Futhermore God's people face further trouble in this life simply because they are God's people. In this opening chapter, examination is made of the afflictions of God's people and what ought to be their reaction.

  • November 07, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Exodus 1: 1-14

Integrity of Speech »

Series: Studies in The Sermon on The Mount

What is your reputation among your friends or work colleagues? Are you known as someone who keeps their word? What does it take for you to convince someone that you are telling the truth? Here Jesus condemns the twisting and conniving of the pharisees and their speech and their lack of integrity - remember the theme of Jesus, your righteousness must surpass that of the pharisees.

  • November 07, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 5: 33-37

The Life of Moses »

Series: The life of Moses

We begin with an introduction to the life of Moses by reminding ourselves of the situation of the children of God as we find them at the end of the Book of Genesis. This is to ensure that we have a better understanding of what the LORD has done and what He is about to do both in the life of Moses and more importantly in the life of the Church. Moses, inspired of God reminds and impresses upon the children of Israel in this last chapter in Genesis the principles which they are to remember.

  • October 31, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Genesis 50: 1-0

Issac's faith and witness on life's road. »

Series: The lives of Issac and Jacob

We have in this chapter a brief account of an episode in the life of Issac. Brief this account may be but deep are the truthes that flow within this chapter. The theme of God's covenantal faithfulness flows through this chapter in the life of Issac. In this chapter we see the LORD stepping in and reminding Issac of His covenant and that there is no need for Issac to take his family to Eygpt as He (the LORD) will provide. Having stayed in the land of Canaan, Issac experiences the fear of men and forgets God covenant and sins. This sin leads also to a bad witness to a pagan king v10 but yet in v 11 we see how the LORD use's even the wicked for the care of the His people. Persecution follows for such is the heart of the wicked cp 1 Peter 3:12-14. Issac remembers the covenant and does not fight over wells as trusts the LORD. The Philistines see the glory of God in the life of Issac and are humbled. v25 Issac seeks first the kingdom of God.

  • October 31, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Philip Dunwoody
  • Genesis 26: 1-35

The Lives of Issac and Jacob - an introduction. »

Series: The lives of Issac and Jacob

In this series we begin with a brief introduction to the lives of Issac and his son Jacob. In this chapter we witness the passing of Abraham and a narrative of his children is given. The focus however remains on the LORD's covenantal faithfulness and His establishing of that covenant.

  • October 24, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Philip Dunwoody
  • Genesis 25: 1-34

Divorce »

Series: Studies in The Sermon on The Mount

A consideration on adultry from the aspect of marriage: Matthew 5:27-32; Matthew 19:1-9; 1 Corinthians 7:1-16; Genesis 2:18-25 and Deuteronomy 24:1-4

  • October 24, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 5: 27-32

Adultery and Lust »

Series: Studies in The Sermon on The Mount

Many are like the Pharisees, seeking to narrow the Law and wider the Law to their bosom sins. Jesus deals with adultery and lust and we can only say as in Ecclesiastes that there is nothing new under the sun. Consider the days in which we live in and the (sub) culture of hedonism. Christ correctly applies the schoolmaster (the Law). This in turn should drive us to Christ, the only redeemer of sinners.

  • October 17, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 5: 27-30

Acts 24 Felix »

Series: The Book of Acts

Summary to follow.

  • October 17, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Acts 24: 1-27

Anger and Murder »

Series: Studies in The Sermon on The Mount

External religion is a work religion. Work religion is dead religion. Jesus expounds the Law of God and interprets and applies it to the heart.

  • October 10, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 5: 21-26

The responsibilities of those who are called to the office of elders »

Series: The Book of Acts

As the series comes to a close, a consideration is given to the responsibilities of those who are called to the office of elder whether it be that of a teaching elder or ruling elder. The congregation also have a great duty implied in this teaching.

  • October 10, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Acts 20: 28-38