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the raising of lazarus

1st September 2013 | Malcolm Sullivan

Malcolm’s message today is the last of the series we have been following on the ‘Seven Signs’. He reminds us of the sermons so far so that we can go back and read them again. This story is told only in the Gospel of John (John 11:1-46). Jesus is informed by messengers that Lazarus is ill, and that his two sisters are seeking his help. Jesus tells his followers that He intends to wait for Lazarus to die, in order that He (Jesus) may be glorified.
Malcolm splits his message into six scenes that we may better envisage this miracle. He finishes with a reminder and a warning that we, like Jesus, will face persecution as our ministry increases and we must be ready to fight.


jesus – the man from god

25th August 2013 | Leon Ringlemann

Today’s story is a story of contrasts and we hear of the miracle of the healing the man blind from birth as it is written in the Gospel of John. Jesus stated that the man’s blindness was not because either he (the man) or his parents had sinned. Jesus then mixed his spittle with some dirt to make a mud mixture, which he placed in the man’s eyes. Jesus then asked the man to wash his eyes in the Pool of Siloam. When this was done, the man was able to see. The man exclaimed ” I was blind and now I can see”…The man had showed simple faith. We are encouraged by Leon that when we talk to people about God, we are to speak simply in order that they can understand us and that they can see that Jesus was sent to earth to display the works of God.


jesus-lord of creation

18th August 2013 | David Bareham

David brings us the next account in this short series of the miracles of Jesus and he tells how, following the miracle of the feeding of the five thousand, Jesus sent the disciples by boat to the other side of the Sea of Galilee while he remained behind, alone, to pray. David explains, that like Jesus, we need our ‘alone’ time with God…We need quality prayer time.
We hear how the disciples in the boat can be seen as the church in a boat on the sea, on their own, remote from the land. If Jesus is not in ‘our’ boat, we can row as hard as we like, but we’ll never get anywhere! David asks ‘Why do we find it so hard to follow Jesus’ word or command?’….We are not on a cruise ship, we are on a battle ship and we are at war!! We weren’t promised an easy life, but we were promised an abundant life. David finishes his message today with some powerful examples of how great God is…..


healing of the royal official’s son

4th August 2013 | Malcolm Sullivan

Malcolm starts today by giving us a summary of the new mini series that has just begun. He then goes on to tell us of the ‘second sign’ – The Healing of the Royal Official’s Son’.
The official had walked over twenty miles to meet Jesus because he had heard of the great things He was doing. He BEGGED Jesus to heal his son. That showed great humility in him and Malcolm explains what that means to us. He (the official) had received faith that day!! Malcolm asks, where are you this morning? What do you want Jesus to do for you? Are you prepared to bow to him in humility – are you prepared to beg??


jesus manifests himself

21st July 2013 | Leon Ringlemann

Leon starts off a new mini series for the summer holidays looking at the miracles of Jesus or ‘The Seven Miraculous Signs’. He brings us the story of Jesus turning the water into wine at the wedding at Cana and as is usual for Leon, we receive an in depth explanation of how important, Jesus’ first miracle, was!!


Romans : Begins and ends in Jesus

14th July 2013 | David Bareham

David finishes our series on Romans and sums up what we have learnt over the last few months. He emphasises the fact that in our church we are friends that help and support each other. David brings us four main points today:-

1) God is able
2)  It is all about Jesus
3) Evangelisation of the nations
4) Praise and glory to God

As is usual with David he breaks the four points down into bite size chunks and gives us a passionate explanation of each one. He finishes off with a session of open prayer which concludes our look at Romans.


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