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A four fold picture - Psalm 2 - Part 1

Series: Visiting Speakers

In this Messianic Psalm we have a four fold picture as it were set before us. The first 2 picture are in the verses 1-3 and 4-6. A consideration is given on the revolt against Almgihty God and His reaction to that revolt.

  • September 12, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Ian Morrison
  • Psalm 2: 1-6

A four fold picture Psalm 2 - Part 2

Series: Visiting Speakers

A continuation of the theme of a four fold picture in the Messianic Psalm

  • September 12, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Ian Morrison
  • Psalm 2: 7-12

Illustrations of christian living

Series: Studies in The Sermon on The Mount

Jesus continues in his sermon and brings attention to his hearers what what it is to live as a christian and the impact that it ought to have upon society. This He does by way of 2 illustrations; salt and light.

  • September 05, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 5: 13-16

The marks that characterised Paul's ministry Part 1

Series: The Book of Acts

Paul is preparing to leave for Jerusalem but before he goes we see the what is best described as the marks which characterised his ministry and depth of affection he has for the church of Jesus Christ. These marks ought to be found in every session amongst it's elders whether they be teaching or ruling elders. Depth of affection for Christ will result in depth of affection for His blook bought people. Let us not be neglectful in cultivating such affection in the lives of each individual member in and for the church of Jesus Christ.

  • September 05, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Acts 20: 17-38

Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness sake

Series: Studies in The Sermon on The Mount

In this final beatitude we consider the lot of the christian, that is a life of persecution for both righteousness and Christ's sake. Church history bears testimony from the 1st century right up to the most violent persecution against Christ's church which many will be surprised to find out was the 20th century. In an ever increasing antagonism against Christianity in the western world we are instructed by Christ to expect persecution and to have our eyes fixed upon heaven. AW Pink reminds us in his book "Comfort for Christians": "One breath of Paradise will extinguish all the adverse winds of earth".

  • August 29, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 5: 10-11

Witnessing for Christ

Series: The Book of Acts

Paul moves to Corinth. Here we see that which Luke describes in Acts 1:1 as those things "which Jesus began to do and teach". In this second volume of Luke's God inspired record we are encouraged to take notice of how the apostle Paul witnessed to the various populace of this notorious city and port, Corinth.

  • August 29, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Acts 18: 1-11

Blessed are the peacemakers

Series: Studies in The Sermon on The Mount

Summary and notes to be provided later

  • August 22, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 5: 9

Paul's evangelistic outreach in comparison to the 21st century

Series: The Book of Acts

Summary and notes to be provided later

  • August 22, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Acts 17: 16-34

Blessed are the pure in heart

Series: Studies in The Sermon on The Mount

In this verse is it as if Christ is saying "No more pretending!" Christ's Word comes in power as it delves into the secret parts of the hearts to reveal how the heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked and impresses upon the hearers at the Sermon on the Mount the necessity of having a pure heart. In this sermon Rev Robb expounds on the heart which God Himself has declared to be the seat of religion.

  • August 15, 2010
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Matthew 5: 8

Sirs, what must I do to be saved?

Series: The Book of Acts

Unfolding in this portion of Scripture is the sovereign and eternal purpose of God both in providence and election. Here Luke records not only the fact of the gaoler's conversion but also the facts surrounding his conversion. The gaoler's conversion does not begin at verse 25 but rather we see how the LORD ordered providence from verse 16 to 24 where Paul, Silas and Luke end up locked in a cell. In this sermon we consider the gaolor's question and Paul's reply.

  • August 15, 2010
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Acts 16: 25-40