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Sermons by “Nick Louw”

The Futility Of Ignoring God

Just like Pharaoh, we think if we ignore something for long enough, it will eventually go away. But just like this doesn’t work in today’s world, it doesn’t work with God’s Word! Let’s find out what happened when Pharaoh tried to ignore God.

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Where do we fit in with God’s plan?

In this passage, Moses comes to understand how he fits into God’s plan, rather than how God fits into his. Listen to how this applies to us, with God’s plans with our lives.

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Why Being Rescued Is Not Easy

Like most things in life, for things to get better, it sometimes needs to get worse.
In today’s sermon, we learn that when God delivers His People and steps in to rescue us, it might become more uncomfortable, not less. And this is when we need to have faith in His plan.

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Excuses Excuses

We are all really good at making excuses for things that we don’t want to do. But, just like Moses in today’s sermon, we do not have a valid excuse to say no to God because as He has given us, His children, everything we need through the Holy Spirit to do His work.

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Called to God’s Purpose

God may seem to be absent in the world today but, in today’s sermon, we see how He has been actively involved in the lives of those called according to His purposes throughout history and is still involved today.

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Christianity Today…?

In the popular view of general society, Christianity has moved from being seen as a moral compass to, actually being considered an obstacle to society.
In the first talk of this series, hear how today’s situation is reminiscent of ancient Israel’s history in Egypt. Listen to how God wants his people to respond today.

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A Living Sacrifice

In this final part of the series, we will hear how sacrifice shows our true worship of God. We will also explore three categories of sacrifice, as described in the passage.

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Sacrifice Is An Act Of Faith

God owns the cattle on a thousand hills and doesn’t need anything from us but He wants to teach us to have the right attitude towards everything He has given to us.
It is a privilege to know that our sins against God have been forgiven and, given that this is thanks to His mercy, it is only right that we respond with grateful hearts.
God wants us to step out in faith and sacrifice those things we’d rather hold onto so that we can treasure Him instead of things and experience true freedom in the life He has planned for us.

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Why sacrifice is still integral to our relationship with God

Sacrifice doesn’t have a very good reputation in a world of, “you’re worth it” and “treat yourself”. But, in today’s passage, we learn about how much God appreciates and recognises our joy when it is born out of sacrifice. Similar to the way scented candles bring us joy in our homes, sacrifice improves the atmosphere in God’s world. Given that God is literally the reason for the breath in our lungs, we should give joyful thanks through sacrifice for His many mercies towards us.

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The best news ever!

We all like it to share good news. Often, we associate good news with solutions to immediate problems.
Question is, what is the best news we can ever hear, and how should we react to it?

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