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Sermons by “Nick Louw”

Jesus before his public ministry

This passage is often neglected as it is recorded in the Bible between the birth of Jesus and the start of his public ministry.
But these verses tell us much about who Jesus is…and who he is not.
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The Angels’ Song

Where are important events happening? At the United Nations? In the White House? In our own Parliament?
Listen to this talk to hear how events occur where least expected.

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Mary’s Song

This sermon series will explore the original Christmas songs. Hear Mary’s song, when she learnt that she will give birth to Jesus.

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The inevitability of God’s judgement

How is the story of God’s destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah relevant in present times? Listen to this talk for a new insight.

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God’s plan for the world

The Bible is a book about God and his plan for the world. What part do we play – how should we respond? Listen to how God revealed his plan to Abraham, and hear what is expected of us today.

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When it feels like God’s promises are under threat

How should we respond when it seems that the state of the world is calling into question God’s promises?

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Reformation Sunday: The significance of the Lord’s Supper

This week, we learn that the Lord’s Supper is a Covenant meal. In it, God is ratifying His Communion with us. It is also a Covenant sign. Just like the rainbow in Genesis 9 was a visible sign of an invisible promise, Communion is a reminder that God’s promise of salvation is real, and still in effect.

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War has come to Lot’s paradise

This story in the bible shows us how God is working behind the scenes in our world with His plan to rescue us and bring us back to Himself through His covenant plan to make us as His people.

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Abram’s choice

The Lord’s promise Abram to undo the curse, not only in his life, but for the whole world. Even though Abram dies before receiving the fulfillment of this promise, we are reminded that, through Christ, we can be a part of His family so, we should not fix our eyes on what we can see, but rather on what the Lord has promised.

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