Sermon Series
  • 1. Have Ye Not Read?

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2008
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    This sermon challenges Christians to read their Bibles, showing how the Lord will hold us to account by His Word

    Introduction: This evening I want to begin a little series that I have labeled “A Series of Queries.” It is really a brief look at some of the questions Jesus posed to His hearers throughout His earthly ministry. It was not unusual for Jesus to answer a question with a question, and this He did not more

  • 2. Where Are Those Thine Accusers?

    Contributed on Nov 1, 2008
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    This sermon shows how Jesus dealt with the woman taken in adultery and how we must deal with the accusations of the enemy against us.

    Introduction: There are two kinds of people in every church. There are those who are net casters, and those who are stone casters. Which kind are you? Net casters draw men to Christ. Stone casters stand as judge, jury and executioners over the sins of others. Stone casters are finger pointers. They more

  • 3. Whom Do Ye Say That I Am?

    Contributed on Nov 7, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    This is the fourth message in a series looking at questions Christ asked. It underlines the responsibility of everyone to answer for themselves as to the Person of Christ.

    A Series of Queries Whom Say Ye That I Am? Text: Matthew 16:13-15 Introduction: One of my favourite stories, (whether it is true or not I cannot really say – the Irish love telling “stories”), is about the golfer Seve Ballesteros when he was playing in the Irish Open Golf Championship at more

  • 4. Have Ye Your Heart Yet Hardened?

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    This sermon looks at the nature of the human heart and considers some of the characteristics of a heart that is hardened

    Introduction: Let me ask you a question: What about your heart? Is it right with God? Notice I did not ask you about your life. If your heart is right your life will be right, but sometimes our lives may show all the external displays of faith, and yet our hearts be very far from God. In the words more

  • 5. Art Thou A Master Of Israel, And Knowest Not These Things?

    Contributed on Nov 20, 2008

    This sermon looks at Nicodemus’ ignorance as a religious leader as a springboard for teaching the necessity of the new birth.

    Introduction: One of my favourite stories is of a new pastor was asked to teach a boys class in the absence of their regular Sunday School teacher. He decided at the outset to see what the boys knew and so he asked little Johnny during Bible class who broke down the walls of Jericho. Little Johnny more