Sermons

Mark’s Gospel (23) Seeing the signs of the times

Mark’s Gospel (23) Seeing the signs of the times

Bible Text: Mark 13:1-37 | Preacher: Rev Seamus Burke | Series: Mark’s Gospel | In this passage Jesus gives the lesson of the fig tree. As surely as fruit follows foliage, so the second coming of Christ follows the signs of His coming. The lesson of the fig tree therefore is “be ready for His coming.”

Mark’s Gospel (22) Seeing Clearly

Mark’s Gospel (22) Seeing Clearly

Bible Text: Mark 8:1-32 | Preacher: Rev Seamus Burke | Series: Mark’s Gospel | This long chapter has a common theme running throughout it – that of seeing, blindness and seeing. And it’s all in this chapter for a reason – to open our eyes to see, to see spiritually, to see Christ, to notice what He’s doing, the times we are in.

Rev Nigel Kane (Isaiah 55)

Rev Nigel Kane (Isaiah 55)

Bible Text: Isaiah 55 | Preacher: Rev. Nigel Kane | Series: Visiting Speakers | Rev Nigel Kane shares God’s Word from Isaiah 55

PW Service

PW Service

Bible Text: Acts 3:7-12 | Preacher: Mrs Avril Heenan | Series: Visiting Speakers | Mrs Avril Heenan shares God’s Word from the Book of Acts at our PW Service

Mark’s Gospel (21) The deaf hear

Mark’s Gospel (21) The deaf hear

Bible Text: Mark 7:31-37 | Preacher: Rev George McClelland | Series: Mark’s Gospel | Rev George McClelland shares God’s Word from the Gospel of Mark

Mark’s Gospel (20) Pleasing Faith

Mark’s Gospel (20) Pleasing Faith

Bible Text: Mark 7:24-30 | Preacher: Rev Seamus Burke | Series: Mark’s Gospel | In this Bible passage we meet a woman who was commended by Jesus for her faith. From the passage we learn that her faith was properly placed. Also her faith was persistent in prayer. And finally her faith was penitent in nature. We can learn from her.

Mark’s Gospel (19) Truth vs Tradition

Mark’s Gospel (19) Truth vs Tradition

Bible Text: Mark 7:1-23 | Preacher: Rev Seamus Burke | Series: Mark’s Gospel | In this passage in Mark there is a battle of truth vs tradition. One side using the long-held traditions of the Jews, things that were deeply embedded in their culture and the other side simply using the Word of God. In this battle Jesus dealt with those who taught the traditions – disingenuous hypocrites who’d come to turn the people away from Christ and He dealt with their  teachings – which were mere rules taught by men.

 

Mark’s Gospel (18) Jesus Walks on Water

Mark’s Gospel (18) Jesus Walks on Water

February 2, 2020 ()

Bible Text: Mark 6:45-56 |

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The Christian has been awakened to a great truth, the greatest of all truths, a revelation that has changed their lives – Jesus Christ is the Son of God. That revelation may have come as a blinding flash as it did for Saul on the Damascus Road. Or it might have been a more gradual awakening as it was for Peter and the rest of the disciples who followed Him through the gospels. Well this passage is the point in the disciples journey with Jesus, when they realise who Jesus is and begin to worship Him as the Son of God. 

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Rev Norman Patterson

Rev Norman Patterson

Rev Norman Patterson shares God’s Word.

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Mark’s Gospel (16) Feeding the Multitude

Mark’s Gospel (16) Feeding the Multitude

January 19, 2020 ()

Bible Text: Mark 6:30-44 |

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Today in our passage we encounter Jesus working an amazing miracle. …With a few barley crackers and a couple of fish He feeds thousands of people. This is perhaps His most incredible act, and one of only two, to be recorded by all four gospel writers. This miracle teaches us that Jesus is the Bread of Life – the One who can not only supply our physical needs, but also our spiritual ones too.

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