Martin continues our study of Luke, this week taking a fresh look at ‘The Parable of the Sower' in Luke 8:1-15, looking at the Sower, Listeners and Our perspective, and Martin encourages us to ask ourselves ‘Where are we at with God at this moment?'
John's first official sermon as SVC's Lead Pastor, speaking very aptly from Joshua 1, speaking on the handover from Moses to Joshua, reminding us of God fulfilling His promise, and the importance of being obedient and willingness to serve the work of God.
Eric's last sermon as Senior Leader, speaking on our inspirational passage of Hebrews 12:1-2, of running the race with endurance, to keep our eyes on God, and encouraging us to dedicate ourselves to the work of God, looking forward to Joy in eternity.
Alan brings a great teaching from Luke 7:36-50, speaking on the story of the sinful women, who showed her great love for Jesus in response of his forgiveness, and in turn may we love Jesus likewise in the faith that our many sins have also been forgiven!
John brings an inspired word from Luke 7:18-35, speaking of the miracle of salvation and keeping ourselves Holy: specifically through:- reading the bible, prayer, worship, and partaking in the Lord's Supper. John also speaks on wisdom and spiritual doubts
John brings the word from Luke 7:1-17, speaking on the stories of ‘The Faith of the Centurion' and ‘Raising a Widow's Son', reminding us of Jesus' awesome compassion, and of God's promise to never leave us through life's trials and tribulations.
John brings another challenging yet positive word, this time from Luke 6:39-49, pointing out that as followers of Christ there should be evidence through Fruit of the Spirit, and that only through the Holy Spirit we can show's God's Grace in our lives.
John brings a positive challenge from the word of Luke 6:27-38, teaching on Christian Love as ultimately the reflection of the character of God, and that through God's perfect example we should aim treat all others as we would wanted be treated ourselves.
Alan brings a great word from the tough passages of Luke 6:20-26, challenging us in that there are only two ways to live our lives, either choosing to follow the world's direction or to follow our loving Father God, there is no middle ground!
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