Keep Watch!

Date 26th January 2014  by Ryan Hemelaar - Operation 513 Leader  Bible passage Matthew 24:42-51

Sometimes we live as though Jesus couldn’t possibly return today. We get distracted with the things of daily life and don’t give much thought to what is to come. In the passage we’ll be looking at this Sunday night, we are going to look at Jesus’ command to “Keep Watch!”

The Gospel: Unity Despite Different Contexts

Date 19th January 2014  by KJ Tromp - Pastor for Nerang Community Church  Bible passage Galatians 2:1-10

Paul warned the Galatians that adopting a different gospel message to the one he was preaching meant that everyone’s freedom was at stake. For Paul a misunderstanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ could lead to making us slaves and preventing us from enjoying the freedom we have in Christ. Paul is saying that the

The Final Hallelujah

Date 19th January 2014  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Psalm 150

Life is full of praise…Parents praising their children, Grandparents praising their grandchildren, men praising cars, women praising outfits. We praise a painter’s masterpiece, a conductor’s symphony, a chef’s meal, an architect’s building…Praise is a release of inner joy and excitement (Psalm 39:1-3). As CS Lewis said, ‘It is “inner health” made audible’. Praise is naturally

The Creation Choir

Date 12th January 2014  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Psalm 148

On his ‘Indescribable’ tour Louie Giglio says, “Scientists are stumped. One of their dilemmas is that there must be more inhabited planets in the universe. One of their arguments, which is a good one, is that if the universe is simply a habitation for you and me then it is way oversized. But, what if

The Worthy Walk

Date 12th January 2014  by Bevan Burnes - Elder  Bible passage Ephesians 4:1-13

More material in the New Testament pertains to Ephesus than to any other community of new believers. When Paul writes to the New Testament churches or to individuals, he usually is addressing a problem in the church. But this is not the case in Ephesians. He made three visits and spent three years building the

Masterpiece on Display

Date 05th January 2014  by Bevan Burnes - Elder  Bible passage Ephesians 2: 1 - 10

Today we look at how God is working in our lives, a tremendous exhibition of His wisdom, His power, His love, His life, His character, His peace , and His joy.

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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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Exodus: Israel’s Cry to God

Date: 03 August 2014, 17:08 by aiims

If God knows our suffering, and if He sees our pain, and if He is so loving, why doesn’t He do something? Does God really care about me? Is he interested in what happens to me? These are huge questions that plague our mind today and it is a question that comes out of the

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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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