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Today you will be with me in paradise

Jesus words to the penitent thief on the cross teach us much about what a Christian is, what a Christians destiny is, and the confidence Christians can have by the grace of God Luke 23 English Standard Version (ESV) Jesus Before Pilate 23 Then the whole company of them arose and brought him before Pilate.…

The Security of the Saint

This message considers the fact that battle have their place in the strengthening and equipping of God’s people. When the battle is complete God’s grace is seen in a fuller way and that is for all His people whether they go through the battle or care for God’s people 19 Nothing was missing, whether small…

Wonderful grace

The Tower of Babel 11 Now the whole earth had one language and the same words. 2 And as people migrated from the east, they found a plain in the land of Shinar and settled there. 3 And they said to one another, “Come, let us make bricks, and burn them thoroughly.” And they had…

When God is Silent

I want to show that there are times when God shows the depths of His love, by saying absolutely nothing. He promises to remember our sins no more and He does that by not repeating them unnecessarily. In this story of David God shows how the majority of his life was spent in obedience and…

Go! Go! Go!

As soon as Christ was raised He wanted His disciples on the move in order to prepare them for the work of the New Covenant Church. He has authority therefore He sends His Disciples to make disciples, baptising and teaching all who respond to the message. He promises He will never leave them.

Our Great High Priest

I hope to show that our confidence as Christians is completely tied up with completed and continuing work of the Lord Jesus Christ. He continues as our Great High Priest and having lived as a full human being understands the trials related to human life.

A Call to Return

Hezekiah became king at a time when God took authority from 10 of the tribes of Israel and defeated them using the Assyrians. He followed an evil king in Judah, so he called the people to active repentance having set a personal example and promising an experience of God’s grace.