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Sermons by “Nick Louw”

The Rich Man and Lazarus

In this parable, Jesus teaches that obedience to God is seen in how we treat our fellow human beings.

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The Shrewd Manager

We all think differently about money. Some save, some spend a lot, others are indifferent.
Jesus used this parable to teach how to value our money, and how to handle it. Listen to the talk.

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The Great Banquet

In this parable, a man hosts a lavish banquet. However, the guests who arrive are not those one would have expected.
What does this parable teach us? Listen to the talk.

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Hidden Treasure

We are all good at making a value judgement.
In these two parables, Jesus compares his kingdom to hidden treasure. Two people found treasures, realised the value, and responded in accordance. How would you respond? Listen to the talk.

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The Wheat and the Weeds

In God’s kingdom on earth, good and evil exist together. If evil seems to prosper, one might want to ask; what is the point of pursuing holiness? Why does God not just bring an end to evil?
Listen to the explanation of this parable.

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The Sower

In this new series, we will be exploring the parables of Jesus and learn why Jesus spoke in parables.
In the parable of the sower we encounter two types of people. Those who understand God’s word, and those who do not.
What determines which type we are, and how can we change?
Listen to the talk.

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How to rest in a crazy world

We tend to measure our worth by how busy we are. Listen to this talk for a fresh look on what the Bible reveals about working and resting.

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How to have a good marriage

God created marriage to be a union between a man and a woman. In this talk, we will explore God’s purpose for marriage, and how this can assist in how to have a good marriage.

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Are you of Adam or of Abraham?

It can be said that the Bible is the story of two families; that of Adam and that of Abraham. As we conclude this series on Genesis, we need to understand the consequences of being in either of these two families.

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Revenge

In this passage, which continues into Genesis chapters 43 and 45, Joseph was placed in a position where he could take revenge on his brothers for what they did to him several years before. However, to fulfill covenant promises, God lead Joseph on a journey of forgiveness and restoration of broken relationships.
Listen to the talk to understand how revenge can never bring healing.

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