In Romans 12, Paul urges us to offer our bodies as a living sacrifice to God. Find out what it mean to be a living sacrifice in the sermon below preached at Jubilee Church, Enfield.
This sermon was preached at Redeemer Church, The Hague and is based on John 2:1-11.
That Jesus is promising something awesome in it’s growth potential. What characteristics does the good soil have?
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.
It’s possible for Christians not to bother to take the word seriously and not be changed. Sometimes we dismiss truth and the seed lies on the surface.
This sermon was preached at Woodside Church Bedford as they celebrated David Devenish’s 30 years in ministry. Terry preached from Hebrews 13:7-8 7 Remember those who led you, who spoke the word of God to you; and considering the result […]
When my anxious thoughts multiply within me, your consolations delight my soul – Psalm 94:19 (NASB) The fact is that anxieties do multiply. They breed! One leads to another, so that your imagination, mingled with fear, can take you on […]
This sermon was preached to the students and 20s at King’s Church Kingston