God reveals Himself powerfully and profoundly through the Book of Isaiah. In the last chapter of the book He declares that 1) He is Sovereign (66:1-2) 2) He is Stern (66:3, 15-16) 3) He is Love (66:13)
This message on Mark 10 explores Jesus teaching on the expansive wonder of Life in God’s Kingdom, which is not about legalism but about love.
Continuing our series on the Psalms we come to one of the top favourite Psalms, 91. A Psalm with 3 Promises, 6 Fear Nots, 7 I Wills, and a wonderful affirmation by God of His unfailing love and unlimited power to those who believe.
In our series of studies on the Minor Prophets we come to Nahum and look at 1) The Reality of God’s Wrath 2) The Reason for God’s Wrath 3) Our Response to God’s Wrath 4) Our Redemption and God’s Wrath.
At 1 Corinthians 14:1 God calls us to “Make love our highest goal”. On this Valentines day we reflect on what this means as we look at: 1) Love is Divine; 2) Love is Deliberate; 3) Love is Demonstrated.
The second part of our introduction to the Minor Prophets looks at some of the great themes of these 12 remarkable books: 1) The Sovereignty of God 2) The Judgement of God 3) The Love of God 4) The Requirement of God 5) The Coming of God
Hosea chapter 3 has been called the greatest chapter in the Bible. Looking at the turbulent relationship of Hosea and his wife Gomer, this message explores the amazing love of God portrayed in this remarkable book and its incredible foreshadowing of the cross.
In our 5th study on the Holy Spirit we see in Acts 10 that God tells us that the Spirit brings: 1) Divine Love – enabling us to love others as He loves; 2) Dynamic Worship enabling us to engage in worship which is incredibly powerful and intimately personal; 3) Dramatic Power – making all the…
God shows us in John 3:16 that the ingredients in the recipe for life are: His Love, Gift, Salvation and Faith.