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  • 5 May 2020

    Series: Judges

    Speaker: Neil Clark

    Topic: Gideon

    The people of Israel have sinned against God and as a result, was subject to the Midianites for 7 years. In response to their cries, God called a deliverer (Judge) to free the people from oppression. This person, much like ourselves, was Gideon.

    From his example we learn:
    1. God often uses tough times to get our attention.
    2. God sees you as you really are.
    3. Confirms his priorities with His presence.
    4. God is patient with our faith processes.
    He meets us right where you are.
    5. Private faithfulness is a prerequisite to public usefulness.
    6. Success is determined by God’s power, not our own.

  • 1 March 2020

    Series: Ephesians

    Speaker: Neil Clark

    1. Paul’s call to change the way believers live. (verse 17)

    2. Characteristics of the unbeliever. (verse 18)

    3. Unbelievers behaviour (verse 19)

    4. Putting on the new man.
    What has changed? (verses 20-24)

  • 23 February 2020

    Series: Ephesians

    Those who are worthy are:
    One people compose of both Jews and Gentiles.
    Holy people set apart from the world and belong to God.
    Paul calls us to one people.

  • 10 January 2020

    Series: Ephesians

    Speaker: Neil Clark

    Topic: Apostle Paul

    Paul an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God. To The saints who are in
    Ephesus and who are faithful in Christ Jesus. Grace and peace to you from
    God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

  • 8 January 2020

    Series: Ruth

    What do genealogies teach us?
    1. The Bible’s genealogies help confirm the historical reliability of the Bible
    2. The Bible genealogies show that God interacts with real people
    3. The Bible genealogies show us that God can use imperfect people for his purposes
    4. The Bible genealogies show that God cares about families
    5. The Bible genealogies show that God understands every situation we experience.

  • 4 December 2019

    Series: Ruth

    In this chapter we read about Ruth’s testing, resting and final rewards.

    A cunning plan is hatched v1-3

    Leaving the decisions in his hands v4-5

    In the place of refining v6-8

    Leaving the decision to him v9-12

    Introducing to mystery closer relative v12-14

    Reward through refining v15-18

  • 4 December 2019

    Series: Ruth

    God’s heart is for the poor and needy.

    Ruth and Naomi fitted into that category at the time of this story.

    Jesus also came to proclaim good news to the poor.

    Should this be the mission of the church?

    1. Treat the poor and needy with dignity

    2. Offer the poor and needy with opportunities.

    3. Defend the poor and needy

    4. Share what we have with the poor and needy

  • 15 November 2019

    There are many interesting characters in the Bible.
    Some we see them are recorded with their imperfections.
    Others we see living victorious lives.
    Today we are look at the character of Caleb.
    1. The spirit he possessed
    A spirit of faith, hope, self- denial, persevering and obedience.
    2. The course he adopted.
    He chose the path of consecration.
    3. The distinction he received
    He received a divine approbation and a glorious reward.

  • 15 November 2019

    Series: Exodus

    God as a God of love and grace redeemed Israel from Egypt.
    God as a God of holiness and justice requires His redeemed people to reach the highest moral standards with the giving of the law.
    Now the God of glory and beauty establishes a system of worship for his covenant people.

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