With the arrival of the Corona Virus the way we have church has had to be modified by necessity. That does not mean that we simply cancel services, instead, we find alternate ways to deliver the eternal message of Jesus Christ. Sermons will be available Wednesdays at 6:30 and Sundays at 11.
This is the final sermon in the series on Genesis 1-11 that we started in January. Almost five months later, we have come to the end. In bringing this series to a close, I feel as if I should congratulate you for your patience and your perseverance.
The infamous illustration of Solomon’s wisdom depicts the MORALS OF MOTHERHOOD.
Think of it! A tower that reaches to the heavens. And we thought that we had big ambitions. This one takes the cake, wins the prize, earns the blue ribbon.
Good news makes your day, doesn’t it? Well, I’ve got good news today. Actually, Paul has the good news but he will be sharing with us through these verses this morning.
We’ve come to the point in our study of Genesis where things begin to get a bit more complicated. Noah has died, and so Moses, by inspiration of the Holy Spirit, begins a new section in history where the revelation of God’s will and God’s Word is going to be limited to the descendants of Shem, who would later become the Hebrew people.
The Apostle Paul had decided that contending for the true Gospel was the hill he was willing to die on. It consumed him and it fueled his outrage at false teachers that would lead his spiritual children astray.
This evening we are back in Genesis, chapter 9. We come to what has been described by many commentators and preachers as a rather bizarre story. This is the last account of Noah’s life here in Genesis.
Paul had a radical change by the gospel. His life was so radically changed that it was beyond what many could believe. Paul who had previously been the most fearsome persecutor of Christians is now preaching the gospel. He met Jesus.
A covenant is a chosen relationship or partnership in which two parties make binding promises to each other and work together to reach a common goal. The Bible has 4 distinct types of coveneants. Tonight we examine the covenant of the rainbow.
In the book of Galatians Paul does everything he can to establish that any other Gospel other than faith in Christ is no gospel at all. In so many areas of life we have many good options. When it comes to the gospel there is only one way.
No one likes to be forgotten. After a year on the Ark, with no word from God, Noah was feeling forgotten. But God had a plan all along for Noah and his family, as well as the future human race.
What does it mean to believers to say that Christ is alive forevermore? When Christ returns, He will not return as the Lamb of God but as the Lion of Judah!
The story of Noah and the Ark is more popular than ever before. Even people who don’t know the Bible and never come to church know about Noah, his big boat, and all those animals coming in two by two.
When Christ calls us to be with Him, He honours us. He does not treat us as we deserve should we fail Him, but He is glorified in raising us up and employing us to His glory.
The first of 3 studies on Noah and the flood. What set Noah apart from the people of his day? Is there a correlation between Noahs time and our own?
Have you ever been betrayed by those closest to you? Have you ever betrayed God or His Son, Jesus Christ? How we respond when we fail God reveals who we are.
Are genealogies important and can we learn from them? Tonight we examine the genealogy of Genesis 5 and focus on three men that stood out and were included in the history that God has revealed to us.
Mary worshipped Jesus as the Lamb of God through extravagant surrender of all that she possessed.
The first recorded city was built by Cain and the ungodly. In the thousands of years since, the ungodly continue to control the major cities and they have become the haven of sin. What can we learn from the past?