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gospel of romans : engenders good relationships

9th June 2013 | David Bareham

To set the scene for today’s message, David had us leave the hall and go and take refreshments outside in the lobby. We were told to talk to someone that we didn’t know and find out a little bit about them. This then led us into David’s word for today.
The message was broken down into five main sections but the driving theme through it all was that God tells us to ‘Love One Another’….We are to be sincere in that love, to pray for one another and not to gossip. We are given lots of scriptures from Romans 12 and 13 which help us to create and maintain those good relationships with our fellow Christians and people from the secular world.
As much as we are encouraged with a list of things ‘To Do’ to help build a good relationship, we also hear a list of ‘Do Not’s’….Things we should not do to jeopardise those relationships we have created.
We are reminded of the fact that the Kingdom of God is still to come….Jesus is coming again!! Amen!!


Gospel of Romans – Gods Unsearchable Truth

7th June 2013 |

This Week Leon continues our series in Romans and speaks on Romans 11 – God’s Unsearchable Truth


Gospel of Romans:Compels me to Worship

2nd June 2013 | Joachim Adenusi

Joachim takes the opportunity today to summarise what we have been discussing in the last weeks during this series on Romans before leading us into his message today.
Following Christ isn’t just about coming to church on a Sunday and singing a few songs. We are to be a living sacrifice, we are to be passionate about Christ and we are encouraged not to conform to the ways of the world.
Jo uses an example of some dirty water in a glass and by emptying some and replacing it with clean water, the dirty water gradually becomes clear and we are able to see through it again. The clean water that he adds is representative of God’s word filling our minds with pure thoughts and flushing the dirty ones out and opening up our eyes to what God has in store for us.


gospel of romans: In Your Grasp

5th May 2013 | Deb Savill

Deb picks up where Alastair left off last week and looks at the question of ‘Why was Jesus offensive to the Jews and why people are still offended today?
He said and did lots of things that went against what the Jews thought was right and Deb discusses Jesus’ credibility and how He was viewed during his time on earth.
She makes the point that Jesus is King and as was said last week, He is the ultimate, sovereign Lord and is the most important thing in our lives. We hear how He is a patient God and will wait for us to come to him and give up those things in our lives that we don’t want to let go of.
Deb also shares a story that helps to emphasise the fact that we are here, on earth, to care for and to help others and to show compassion.


Gospel of Romans: A Divine Proposal

28th April 2013 | Alastair Windus

Alastair starts today by reminding us of an agreement made between the British prime minister and Adolf Hitler in 1938 that he (Hitler) wouldn’t invade any more of Europe. Sadly not long after, Germany attacked Czechoslovakia and was in breach of the promise made under what was known as the ‘Munich Agreement’
This story sets the scene for today’s message in which we look at Romans 9 where God has been charged with breaking His promise to His people, the Jews. Because many of them had rejected Jesus, it was seen that God’s promise had failed. Alastair asks a series of questions and in his answers we discover that God certainly didn’t break His promise. God is in absolute, sovereign control.


Gospel of Romans: We Are More Than Conquerors

21st April 2013 | Steve Morris

As is usual with Steve, be prepared to be challenged as he brings us a powerful message today! We are given four topics to consider:- Battling self, church, circumstance and the devil. We hear from an old news reel of a Japanese soldier that only surrendered after hiding and defending a Philippine island for 29yrs after World War 2 had finished!
Steve uses this story as an analogy of how we live our lives Monday – Saturday…at war. We are given some startling statistics of the battles that we face in the world and the various addictions that come between us and our walk with God. What can we do to change this situation? – We can, Forgive, Focus on Eternity and Focus on Jesus because he has saved us and we can claim the victory!

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