All Sunday teaching sermons
Teaching Sermon- Pastor Jonathan Northern - Sunday AM August 29, 2021
Teaching Sermon- Dr Peter Masters - Sunday AM August 22, 2021
In a marvellous overview of the Christian's walk and duties, the apostle shows how they should demonstrate the light of Christ in new life; how they should channel the message of light, and how they may enlighten their surroundings or new posting in this fallen world.
Teaching Sermon- Dr Peter Masters - Sunday AM August 15, 2021
The duty and treasure of kindness toward God's people, its impediments constrasted with the great motive - the full readiness of the nature of Christ's love to us, and how He yielded Himself up for eternity. Also the necessity of cleanness, and the pitfalls of jesting.
Teaching Sermon- Pastor Roland Burrows - Sunday AM August 8, 2021
Teaching Sermon- Dr Peter Masters - Sunday AM August 1, 2021
The apostle's appeal never to grieve the Holy Spirit. Here are the sins that do, causing Him to withdraw from (but never leave) us. Here also is what the sealing of the Spirit means for us, and the folly of undervaluing His grace.
Teaching Sermon- Dr Peter Masters - Sunday AM July 25, 2021
Formative in the sense that in addition to being deeply offensive to God, they form deep roots in the character, promoting other sins and shaping the whole person, whereas new opposite virtues (performed by the Lord's help) lead to lifelong blessing and usefulness.
Teaching Sermon- Pastor Richard Clarke - Sunday AM July 18, 2021
Teaching Sermon- Dr Peter Masters - Sunday AM July 11, 2021
First, an analysis of the sad state of the unsaved heart. Then two levels of transformation: (1) conversion, where putting off the old and putting on the new life is God's work, and (2) details of sanctification, where believers are empowered to act by God.
Teaching Sermon- Dr Peter Masters - Sunday AM July 4, 2021
The apostle lays down the vital role of the entire congregation functioning together in evangelism and sanctification. The chief agent of this is 'the truth'. Here we seek to appreciate more fully the privileges and power of the faith entrusted to us.