This week we welcome back Pastor David to the pulpit for the first time after the end of his sabbatical. This week he brings a message titled, A Special Gift for a Special People.
Thanks for joining us. Unfortunately, due to technical issues, we are unable to stream our 11:30am service this Sunday. Instead, today’s message comes from Pastor David from the 17th of January entitled “Let the Church, be the Church”.
It is not unreasonable to postulate that if a person is exposed to situations involving extreme isolation for extended periods, this can dramatically affect a person’s mind.
Jesus had an incredible ministry; His fame grew due in no small part to the fact that His declaration of God’s word came with power, authority and the demonstration of signs and wonders.
We highlight in the service today the two very distinct authorities as laid out in scripture.
Love is the ultimate motivator. We try to occupy our free time with the things that we enjoy doing. We spend time with people we love and talk about things we have a passion for.
The church is called out, to be like Jesus in this world. Jesus lived without fear! He was totally focused on His mission.
Jesus experienced incredible and horrific suffering whilst on the cross. The people He came to save mocked Him and challenged Him.
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.
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