Today we focus on one word from our main text, and that word is the word ’Blessed.’. Jesus placed this word at the beginning of nine separate statements between verses 1-12 in Matthew chapter 5.
The sermon on the mount was the greatest sermon ever preached and recorded. It must have been amazing to be there, hearing every word from the master’s mouth.
Today’s message looks at a section of The Sermon of the Mount, where Jesus brings God’s Kingdom invitation to the gathering crowd and unpacks God’s law and His standards.
Revelation 3:20 tells us that Jesus knocks at the door and if the person answers he will come in and eat with that person and that person will eat with him.
The book of Proverbs expresses order in creation, whilst Song of Songs expresses delight in one-dimension experienced by humans in the created order.
When considering the characteristics of the people that were friends of Jesus, we can learn a lot about what characteristics we should seek to display in our Christian walk.
Christ has placed His name on His church and we rejoice in this fact. It means that we are blessed, we have His protection and oversight. It means that we have His covering and the blessed assurance that our eternal
The appeal today is for the body of Christ to recognise the urgency and renew its passion of being witnesses for Christ.
Our spiritual objective for 2021 is the title of this week’s Sermon. ‘Let the church be the church.’
Thank you for joining us this New Year’s Eve. I think we can all agree that this year has been a difficult one and that we miss the physical interaction that comes with worshipping at Springfield Hall. Let’s usher in