This sermon was preached at Redeemer Church, The Hague and is based on John 2:1-11.
Sometimes an act of obedience may seem a waste but, beloved, He’s has beaten death! We’re all going to live forever! If that doesn’t blow away all sorts of rational thinking, then what does?
The disciples saw her as totally irresponsible. They would rather the money be spent on the poor. Then Jesus says this, ‘the poor you will always have with you. You won’t always have me.’
In this series of posts, we look at the story of Mary anointing Jesus’ feet with perfum in John 12:1 – 8. Something of this act of extravagant worship thrilled Jesus but at the same time had a provocative impact.
In this part of the parable, the weeds and thorns are things that grow up with your permission on the inside taking up the space and choking the word.
The second type of soil is the shallow or rocky soil. Here the word is immediately received and springs up, then the sun rises and immediately it’s scorched. It has a short life. It’s superficial.
This sermon was preached at King’s Church Kingston and is based on Mark 6:14-19. Terry takes us through the fascinating story of King Herod, who got caught in the snare of sin, as he steadily ignored his conscience.
This sermon was preached at the Newfrontiers leadership conference, Global 2012, in Turkey. Terry unpacks John 20:21 and what it means to be a ‘sent people’.
This sermon is based on Ezra 1:1-5 and was preached to King’s Church Kingston on their Gift Day sunday