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Sermons on “John”

The God who came

Why did John refer to Jesus as the light? What does it mean to us today?

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The God who died for us

People are often remembered by their last words. Jesus’ last words on the cross were “It is finished”.
What is so significant about these three words, and what do they mean to us today?

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The God who loves relationships

Jesus said, “If you love me, keep my commands.” What does it mean to love Jesus? What happens when we love Jesus? Listen to the promise that Jesus made to his followers.

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The God who wants to comfort us

To fully understand this passage of Scripture, one needs to understand the shepherd of Biblical times. This shepherd often faced life-threatening situations for the sake of the sheep he tended. Jesus is our shepherd. Listen and be reminded of what this really means.

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The God we were made for

During her conversation with Jesus, the Samaritan woman at the well realised that she needed more than just water from the well. She had a need that only Jesus could fill. So it is in our lives…

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The God who wants to rescue us

God, who created us, also wants to give us a way out of the punishment that our sinful nature deserves, and that he has every right to give us. But first we must recognise that we need saving. Listen to the message…

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The God who made us

Words are what we use to transmit our thoughts to someone else. They allow us to create ideas in someone else’s mind. Now, consider the power of God’s words, when he spoke all of creation into existence. Reading John 1, who is the Word, what did the Word do?

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What will your life be remembered for?

People are remembered for the legacy they leave behind. In this passage, John wrote about Martha, Lazarus, Mary, Judas and Jesus. Each of these five people is remembered for a specific reason. What will you be remembered for?

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Trinity

What can we expect as we look into a new year? How will we face the difficulties and challenges that will inevitably arrive? Listen to Dr Ben Dean as he presents the antidote for an uncertain future – namely, a bigger vision of the nature and character of God.

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