16
Jan 2022

This chapter starts with one of the best known verses in the Bible: “Judge not, that you be not judged.” What did Jesus mean by this? Are we known as people who judge and condemn one another? Are we never to exercise any judgement? What about making the judgement call on who is a a dog or a swine (Matt.7:6)? It is unfortunate that over the last couple of years Christians have been divided over the whole COVID issue with one side judging and even slandering others on how they should have......

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09
Jan 2022

A few mini sermons from Jesus’ Sermon On The Mount! From vv.19-34, Jesus gave His disciples some mini-sermons on how they were to live. Followers of Jesus aren’t to be so focused on the possessions they have in this life, based on worry, and not based on faith in their Heavenly Father. To conclude this section, Jesus commanded His disciples not to worry, but trust in God’s Providence! To watch the video of this sermon click on this link, that will open up Youtube. Please subscribe!...

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02
Jan 2022

Three areas in which religious people tend to show their “spirituality”: Charitable Deeds, Prayer, and Fasting! But these are three areas that can be abused or misused for the purpose of drawing attention to ourselves. To watch this sermon on Youtube, click on this link! And please subscribe to our Youtube channel....

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26
Dec 2021

You can have the best laid out plans ever, but that is no guarantee of success. The reason is that God alone knows the future. You may “prophesy” or “confess” or “say” all the so-called “right things” and yet not see things work out the way “you planned” them to. We are really supposed to summit all our plans to the Lord who knows our future. To watch the Youtube video of this sermon given on St. Stephen’s Day or “Boxing Day”, just click on this link!...

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19
Dec 2021

From Genesis to Malachi God had spoken through the prophets of the Coming One, The Anointed One, The Messiah. From Gen.3:15 Satan knew that he was cruising for a bruising. He didn’t know exactly when, where, how, or who this prophesy would be fulfilled. Ultimately Jesus came to destroy the works of the devil and free those were had been in bondage their whole lives, through fear of death. Jesus accomplished this in His death and resurrection, but the fact is that the moment that baby was conceived (perhaps around December) as far as......

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12
Dec 2021

In this message we cover 3 more of the ‘You have heard it said…but I say to you’ statements of Jesus from His “Sermon on The Mount” (Matthew 5:33-48). Are Christians forbidden to swear oaths, or did Jesus mean that we should be known as people of our word? Are we to retaliate “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth”, or are we to “turn the other cheek”? And are we only to love those that love us, or are we to go the second mile even for......

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06
Dec 2021

In Matthew 5 from vv.21-48, Jesus gave us 6 “You have heard that it was said…but I say unto you”, statements. In this sermon we cover the first 3 of these, concerning Murder, Adultery, and Divorce. The rabbis had touched on the basic meaning of these commands or sayings, whereas Jesus shows that God even looks to the heart and the motivations behind these sayings, as He basically expounds upon His meaning of a righteousness that is much greater than that of the Scribes and Pharisees (See Matt.5:20). If you would like to watch this sermon in its video format......

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28
Nov 2021

In Matt.5:17-20 Jesus spoke of how rather than coming to demolish or destroy the Law and the Prophets, He would fulfill what was expected under the Law, and to fulfill all the Messianic prophecies. However some have been teaching that since we are ‘no longer under the law but are under grace’ (Rom.6:14), that that therefore means that the law plays no further role for us as Christians. But is this true? Check out www.livingwaters.com and find out about The Way of The Master evangelism training course. Did you know that ‘The Law of the LORD is perfect converting the soul‘?......

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21
Nov 2021

This sermon is based on Jesus’ “Sermon on The Mount”, which can be found in both Matt.5:1ff and Lk.6:17ff. There are some differences between the two accounts. To be “blessed” is to to be one of those who the Lord has blessed or whose understanding and heart God has opened to the Truth. Bearing all this in mind, Christians can expect persecution, as we are the salt of the earth and the light of the world. We can’t be hiding our light but need to be distinctive as a witness to the world. If you’d......

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14
Nov 2021

Straight after Jesus time of testing in the wilderness that we saw in Matt.4 Part 1, Jesus returned in the power of the Holy Spirit and ministered in the synagogue in Nazareth (See Luke 4). He was rejected there and went to live and minister elsewhere. He came in fact in predominantly Gentile areas of Israel, and was a Light to those in the darkness. He called four fishermen to follow Him, and then began His ministry of healing and deliverance. It could be said that Jesus’ ministry was 3 Fold Teaching Preaching Healing the......

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