Why did Jesus Suffer and Die?

Date 27th October 2013  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage 1 Peter 2:13-25

We probably don’t think much about death; we certainly don’t like talking about it. We also don’t talk much about the death of Jesus except around Easter, but we should do so more often. In the Apostles’ Creed the church confesses: ‘We believe in Jesus Christ…who suffered under Pontius Pilate; and was crucified, dead and

Elijah: Dare We Trust in God

Date 27th October 2013  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage 1 Kings 17:7-24

“Everything in the universe is either caused by God or allowed by God, and there is no third category.” That’s a hugely important statement made by Tony Evans. What sparks in your mind when you hear this? So many times we look at a heart-breaking situation and wish there was a third category, “Bad things

Jesus, Christ, Son, Lord

Date 13th October 2013  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage John 1:1-14

“What has happened in the West is that his [Jesus] impact over the centuries has been so felt that the ethos and moral impetus of his message has changed the course of Western civilisation.” There is little doubt by most people that this claim by Ravi Zacharias is accurate. There is more doubt, however over

Elijah: Our Unlikely God

Date 13th October 2013  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Luke 4:14-30; 1 Kings 17:7-16

An oxymoron is a figure of speech that combines two normally contradictory terms. It’s an oxymoron that God informs Elijah that a widow would provide for him. It reminds us that so often God’s ways seem strange to us. We do not always understand what he is doing. This is so true as we continue

Elijah: Witness Protection

Date 06th October 2013  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage 1 Kings 16:29-17:6

We continue the series on Elijah. God withdraws Elijah into “witness protection”. How does this relate to us today?

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Micah: O Little Town of Bethlehem – NO SERMON

Date: 20 December 2015, 17:12 by aiims

In the midst of despair and misery Micah brings a message of hope to the people. They will be rescued and redeemed. How? As Matthew understood it, Micah had prophesised that the Messiah, the delivering king, would be born in Bethlehem. The hope of Israel would be fulfilled in the birth of a child in

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Towards Wholeness: Sleep

Date: 22 February 2015, 09:02 by aiims

We are opening up the building blocks that take us on the path toward wholeness, as was introduced to last week by Johann Eloff. This morning we are looking at sleep and its important place in developing holiness. We don’t often think of sleep this way but the Bible has quite a bit to say

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Towards Wholeness: Walking with God

Date: 15 February 2015, 09:02 by aiims

‘Walking with God Towards Wholeness in Christ’ Today I invite you to join me, walking with God, aiming at lifestyle adjustment, towards wholeness in Christ!”

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James: Wisdom for Living

Date: 01 February 2015, 17:02 by aiims

In 2015, Guinness World Records – the ultimate authority in record breaking achievements – celebrates the 60th anniversary of its first published edition and the creation of one of the world’s most successful and recognized brands. The idea for a book of records begins in the early 1950s when Sir Hugh Beaver (1890—1967), Managing Director

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Exodus: Could Not Stand

Date: 24 July 2016, 17:07 by aiims

When hardship strikes some people will try and bring comfort with the saying, If you have your health, you have everything’. The idea is that you can cope with things that annoy, some economic hardship and some inconveniences as long as you are healthy. People might have been encouraging Pharaoh that way but the next

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