• Paul Green

    Contributing sermons since Jul 13, 2009
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British Army Chaplain
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About Paul
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I milk a lot of cows, but I always churn my own butter
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: All of them - as long as they are bible based and not watered down hogwash
  • One of my favorite illustrations: Augustine - “If you believe what you like in the Gospel, and reject what you don't like, it is not the Gospel you believe, but yourself.”
  • Family: Love them and loathe them
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Always been my best critic
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: 'If at first you don't strike oil - stop boring'!
  • Books that have had an impact: The Bible (obviously), The Hidden Power of Prayer and Fasting, They shall expel demons, Leadership is Male,
  • Hobbies: Fishing, walking, running
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: There is hope and His name is Jesus
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: left half my notes on the other side of the church - didn't notice until half way through the sermon
  • What I want on my tombstone: 'Gone to another meeting'
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  • A Lesson In Evangelism From Philip And The Ethiopian Eunuch

    Contributed on May 19, 2022
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    When Philip introduces the Ethopian Eunuch to Jesus – he does it God’s way. Philip wasn't an Apostle like Peter, a missionary like Paul, or a pastor like Timothy. He was a deacon, a servant of the church, an ordinary, average man who just couldn’t keep God to himself.

    There was a man on a business trip and when he checked in he was given one of the middle seats on the airplane. He was tired and he all he wanted to do was sleep, so he got a little bit irritated when the young girl sat next to him started to ask questions: “Mister, do you brush your teeth?” “Yes,” more

  • Reaping The Harvest - Lessons From Noah

    Contributed on May 15, 2022
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    We will never be able to enjoy the fruits of the harvest without first planting the seed. Noah’s ‘harvest’ was ‘righteousness’. But Noah could never have harvested righteousness without first planting the seeds that lead to righteousness

    Did you hear the story about the little girl sitting on her grandfather’s lap. He was reading the Bible story of Noah’s Ark to her. And in her innocence she asked, “Granddad, Were you in the Ark?” “Why, no I wasn’t.” Said the granddad - And she looked at him and said - “Then why weren’t you more

  • Real Men Do Cry

    Contributed on Mar 13, 2022
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    The Apostle Paul was supposedly a woman-hating, doctrine-making, emotion-forsaking, hard as nails, cold as ice; Gospel preaching machine and yet he was a man who was never very far away from a good cry for the sake of the Gospel.

    In our reading this morning the Apostle Paul is writing to the church he had planted in Philippi and he says, ‘Join together in following my example, brothers and sisters, and just as you have us as a model, keep your eyes on those who live as we do. For, as I have often told you before and now more

  • Are You The King Of The Jews?

    Contributed on Nov 27, 2021
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    Jesus was the King who never looked like a King, the King who never acted like a king – at least not in the way the world understands royalty. He came the first time, 2000 years ago, as the servant king, and he is coming again, in power and in glory, as the king over all kings.

    Today is the last Sunday of the Christian year, traditionally recognised as ‘The Feast of Christ the King’. Next week is Advent - the start of a new Christian year, but today we conclude the old ecclesiastical year with a proclamation of the kingship of Christ. ‘The Feast of Christ the King’ is a more

  • The Xmas Factor

    Contributed on May 9, 2017
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    If the X-factor is about uniqueness then remember that the birth of Jesus was unlike any other birth and Jesus was unlike any other baby who came into the world.

    Its finally almost here – after weeks and weeks of waiting, after weeks and weeks of eager anticipation, after weeks and weeks where the excitement has grown and grown, after weeks of hype - It’s finally so close you can almost taste the excitement in the air. Of course you all know what I’m more

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  • Sir Thomas Beecham, The British Conductor, Once ...

    Contributed on Feb 5, 2010

    Sir Thomas Beecham, the British conductor, once saw a distinguished-looking woman in a hotel foyer. And he was sure that he knew her from somewhere, but for the life of him he couldn’t remember where or her name. But he stopped to talk to her anyway. And as the pair talked he vaguely remembered more

  • When Barbara Bush Visited Tokyo She Was Lunching ...

    Contributed on Feb 5, 2010

    When Barbara Bush visited Tokyo she was lunching with Emperor Hirohito at Tokyo’s Imperial Palace. Looking around her elegant surroundings, she complimented Hirohito on his official residence. "Thank you," he said. "Is it new?" pressed Mrs. Bush. "Yes." "Was the old palace just so old that more

  • Open Our Eyes...?

    Contributed on Feb 5, 2010
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    Open Our Eyes...? I have a book called 'Tall Tales of a Big God' written by a man called Maurice Smith. Maurice is (or at least was) an international Christian Speaker travelling all over the UK, and Europe and particularly the USA. And his book is a compilation of some of the most more

  • How About The Story Of A Woman Called Shirley Who ...

    Contributed on Oct 28, 2009

    how about the story of a woman called Shirley who had a heart attack and was taken to hospital. And while she was there she had a near-death experience. She saw God and asked, "God, Is this it? Is this my time?" And God said, "No, you’ve got another 30 or 40 years to live yet." So as soon as more

  • Love Doesn't Give Up

    Contributed on Oct 28, 2009

    LOVE DOESN'T GIVE UP I came across an article in the paper this week that had the heading "A Mother's Love and Determination." And the subtitle "Refusing to give up, Cynthia Teare helped her son to walk again." I caught my attention because out theme today is "Love is... determined." It's more