Preacher: Malcolm Drew Bible passage: Mark 10:17-31. One of the most powerful insights of the gospel narrative is the observation of Jesus heart for this rich young man – ‘He look on him and loved him’. Yet he walked away sad and chose what was not life-giving. He had asked what he must do to inherit eternal life? … Jesus identified the one things that ruled this young man’s life and kept him from actually entering into what he was searching for. There is a response to be made in order to receive life. Losing our life in order to find it sounds unattractive, our mind-set often insists that the loss involved in following Jesus would be too great – this shows a distorted view of Jesus love.
Preacher: Revd Nick Dawson. Bible passage: John 8:1-13. As we continue to explore the nature of Jesus’ ministry and what it says about the ministry to which we are called, Nick examines Jesus response to sin and the sinner as reveal in John 8.
Preacher: Malc Drew. Bible passage Luke 4:14-30. As we continue to look at the nature of Jesus’ ministry, Malc opens up this passage, which contains the mandate for the Gospel. It is is to this same purpose that we are called.
Preacher: Revd Nick Dawson. Bible passage: John 2:1-11. When the Master of the banquet tasted the water, now become wine … he said: ‘You have saved the best till now’. Everything about this story speaks of the glory of Christ’s Kingdom – when everything else is spent and fallen short, Jesus acts and brings the fulness of God’s blessing.
Preacher: Revd Nick Dawson. Bible passage: Matthew 2:12-13. The coming of the Magi marked the revealing of Christ to the nations – He comes as Saviour of the World. It also marks the beginning of the overthrow of the dominion of satan – Herod’s reaction is just one insight into the battle that has begun; but in Jesus the victory is assured.Older Posts ::