Sermons by “Nick Louw”
An invasion is an unwelcome intrusion which causes conflict.
As we have learnt so far, Jesus’ arrival on earth was not always welcomed. In this passage, we explore Jesus “invasion” of the world, what it caused at the time, and what it means for us today.
The healing of the paralysed man is one of Jesus’ well known miracles.
But before healing the man, Jesus forgave the man his sins.
In this talk, we will hear why Jesus has the power to forgive sins, and why is the sequence of forgiveness before healing is significant.
Listen also what this means to us today.
Righteousness is defined as thinking, saying, and doing the right thing in the eyes of God at all times, but our sinful nature makes this impossible. For this reason, Christ had to bear our sin on the cross and give us access to imputed righteousness by taking the punishment we deserved. When we live out our imputed righteousness by consciously making the choice to choose God’s way, instead of our own, we become signposts showing non-believers what the new creation will look like when Jesus returns.View Sermon
Why is it significant that Paul is writing to the Thessalonian Christians about their sanctification and abstinence form sexual immorality? Why is this passage so relevant to Christians today? Listen to the talk.View Sermon
From Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians it is clear that he is passionate about their growing in faith in light of Jesus’ return. Do we show the same passion in the relationships that we grow and maintain…and why, as Christians, is this important?View Sermon
Through online platforms, many Christians today have no shortage in access to Bible teaching resources. Question is…how do we discern truth from false teaching? In this passage, Paul explains to the Thessalonian church how to recognise true teaching.View Sermon