“How to win the cup”. Sermon for the Thames Valley churches of Christ – outdoor service at Wellington Country Park.

Malcolm asked us to make Jesus our mentor for life. This life and the next.

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Malcolm

 

“Jealous or Curious” – Acts 5, Sermon, 17th June 2018

Are you jealous or curious? Guilty or curious? Is anything stopping you from living life with curiosity? What gets in the way of being curious about spiritual matters? We explore this topic with the help of an incident recorded in Acts chapter 5.

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“How to have beautiful hands”

God's hands, Jesus' hands and your hands

We look at what God’s hands have made. Then at the power and love coming through the hands of Jesus. Finally we look at what our hands can do. Everyone’s hands can be beautiful. Are yours?

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“How to be safe”, Psalm 100

"..we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.”

How can we be safe? What is true safety? And what does Jesus provide that no other person can?

“Know that the LORD is God. It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.” (Psalms 100:3 NIV11)

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Malcolm

“How God Transforms Lives”, Acts 3

Not one, but two versions of the same sermon surveying the first part of Acts 3 looking at the Spirit’s work in bringing grace-poor and grace-rich people together. We learn lessons about noticing people and expecting the unexpected.

The first is the discussion-style version with the Watford church of Christ, and the second is the interactive version with the Thames Valley churches of Christ.

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Malcolm

“The joy of the resurrection”

What caused the joy of the resurrection? Why were the witnesses afraid, yet filled with joy? We examine Matthew 28 this Easter Sunday and find confirmation of our faith, and motivation to spread it.

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Malcolm

“How the Spirit Prepared the Church to Act”, Acts 1

The Spirit prepared the church for the actions he had in mind. How did he do this? We look at Acts chapter 1 and discover insights about needs, power and decision-making.

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“How to reap your reward”: Hebrews 12, Acts 8

What it takes to inherit spiritual rewards, and how to live consistent with our faith in those rewards

It is easy to grow weary and lose heart in the Christian race.  Hebrews chapter 12 provides us with the inspiration of Jesus, and Acts chapter 8 provides us with the inspiration of the early Christians. In this lesson, I examine how their examples help us to not give in to the temptation to become weary and lose heart.

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