Contributing sermons since Jan 26, 2017
Contributed on May 15, 2022
Martha is well-to-do and highly respected within her community. She lives in a big house . She lived with her sister Mary and her brother Lazarus. They were a Jewish family who were friends and followers of Jesus
Martha - the hostess Luke 10:38-42, John 11:1-44 Martha has received quite a lot of criticism over the years, for every woman is told not to be like Martha, and consequently they heave upon themselves the burden of guilt and condemnation when they are. Do you look down on yourself because God ...read more
Contributed on May 3, 2022
Pentecost was a divinely planned event; it was no mere afterthought with God. The coming of the Holy Spirit was as much a part of the redemptive plan as was the incarnation, death, resurrection and ascension of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The meaning of Pentecost Acts 2:1-13 Pentecost was a divinely planned event; it was no mere afterthought with God. The coming of the Holy Spirit was as much a part of the redemptive plan as was the incarnation, death, resurrection and ascension of the Lord Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit did not ...read more
Contributed on Apr 11, 2022
Thomas helps us to understand what Jesus was teaching His disciples during His post resurrection appearances. Those who loved him on the earth had to learn to live without the physical appearance of Christ - the actual seeing, touching, and hearing him.
Doubting Thomas John 20:24-31 "Doubting Thomas." refers to one of the disciples of Jesus who is often associated with one word: doubting. He is seen as a natural pessimist, a man very liable to take the despondent hopeless view of the future and see the darker side of everything. . ...read more
Contributed on Apr 2, 2022
It is surprising, and sad, that the only testimony (in effect) on Jesus’ behalf during the trial was made, not by any of Jesus’ disciples, nor apostles, nor followers, but by Pilate’s wife.
Pilate's Wife Matt. 27:11-26 The chief priests with the elders and scribes and the whole council of the Sanhedrin had decided to put Jesus to death. They had Jesus brought before Pilate the governor to pronounce the death sentence. (Mark 15:1; Luke 22:66; 23:1) Pontius Pilate was the fifth ...read more
Contributed on Mar 22, 2022
There are few more perplexing questions of the Bible than this: If He knew that Judas would betray Him in the end, why did Jesus choose Judas as a disciple to begin with?. And what does Jesus have to teach us by choosing someone to be his disciple, knowing full well he would betray him?
Judas the traitor. Walking with Jesus but following Satan. John 13: 21-27 Every story needs a villain and Judas Iscariot fills this role in the gospels. He is the apostle who betrayed Jesus and helps the Jewish authorities to arrest him. Judas enjoyed a privileged position among Jesus' ...read more