In order for us to stay on track and keep our focus on God’s Bigger Plan, we need to see God for who He is. Seeing God stimulates a reaction of worship, for what else could a person do?
“Wait on the Lord”, the bible says, but that is easier said than done. Pastor David today suggests that we get tempted and impatient in our seasons of waiting because we are far too often only contemplating the smaller picture.
The words Deus means ‘God’ in Latin, and Primum is translated as ‘first’. Today’s sermon points directly at our collective failure in making God First in everything.
My Lord and my God! Join us for our Easter Sunday Service, where Elder Martin Finegan will bring the message. The service starts at 10:30 am.
Join us for our Good Friday Service, starting at 10:30 am titled “A Permanent Division“, based on Romans 5:8. As ever, our Good Friday service will be loaded with various items to help us remember the true meaning of Easter.
This week our Kingdom Women lead the Sunday service, with Deacon Donna Grant providing the message.
Today’s sermon focuses on a single sentence found in verse 11 of today’s scripture reading. It simply says that God has made everything beautiful in its time.
When you smile at a person, what happens? The person you are smiling at usually smiles back at you. Let’s look at this… Join us for our service, this Sunday at 10:30am.
It may not be something we often think about, possibly because of how we rightly acknowledge the sanctity of the Messiah; however, at times, Jesus our Lord and saviour clearly exhibited human emotions.
In today’s sermon, we consider the importance of focusing on things above where Christ is seated at the right hand of God the Father.