This week we’ll be hearing lots about “Remain” but 2000 years ago Jesus spoke about a far more important “Remaining” you can read his words here and listen to the sermon recording at the link below.
Also below you can see a picture of the ruin referred to in the recording.
Jesus tells the disciples not to be troubled even though He’s leaving them because He’s going to prepare a wonderful future for them, but is it all pie in the sky? Here’s this week’s sermon recording on Jesus incredible teaching on the Holy Spirit. You can read John 14:15-25 here.
What’s troubling you? In all likelihood there’s something, Jesus’ disciples were deeply troubled but Jesus told them not to be troubled because of something amazing He was going to do. You can listen to Sunday’s sermon at the link above and read John 14:1-14 here.
What would it look like if we loved as Jesus loved? Kieron Lynch from Meath joined us this morning and it was a great blessing to have him teaching us from God’s Word. You can listen to his sermon at the link below and read John 13:31-38 here.
Any ideas what this picture is of?! You can listen to this morning’s sermon to find out and also discover why Jesus is more like a doctor than a vet.
Our Bible Reading from John 13:18-30 can be read here.
Have you ever wondered why many of the Jewish experts did not believe in Jesus? And what’s that got to do with the Ploughing Championship 2019? ! You can read John’s answer here and listen to the sermon recording below:
What were the effects of the cross for Jesus and for the world? Jesus tells us in this mornings reading and tells us that there is something we must not miss. You can read John 12:27-36 here and listen to the recording below:
What’s your life all about? What was Jesus life all about? John 12 is a little surprising. Jesus tells us what his life about and as we follow him we’ll find purpose for our lives as well. You can read John 12:12-26 here and listen to the recording at the link above.
Will 2019 be a year of loving service of the Lord Jesus? Here’s the recording from Sunday’s sermon:
Where was God on April 7th when the chemical weapon attack happened in Syria?
Closer to home, where was God on August 29th 2016 when Alan Hawe murdered his family?
Or maybe it's something more personal. For all of us at times we ask "Where was God when THAT happened?" You can listen to this morning's sermon as we explore where God was when Lazarus died in John 11. The Bible readings can be found here, and the sermon listened to at the link above. Do get in contact if it raises anything you'd like to talk about further.
Jesus is the leader who is totally committed to his followers
· He's not like the thief (v1, 8, 10)
· He knows the sheep by name! (v3) (Ezekiel 34:11)
· He’s the door to abundant life (v7, 10)
· He’s not like the hired hand (v12-13)
· He is the good shepherd (v11, 14-16)
· He’s committed to the point of death (v15)
· He’s committed to bring all his sheep safely home (v16)
The Sheep follow (v3-4)
Imagine what it would be like to have your eyes opened for the first time?! Listen to the work Jesus did a one man's life at the link above. You can read John 9 here. Also the video for one of the interviews with John Knight is here: