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Sermons from Aycliffe Evangelical Church
Aycliffe Evangelical Church
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Total Sermons: 46
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Isaiah 53 vv10-12. Jesus was proven to be innocent, and to have died in the place of his people, by being victoriously raised from the dead. Not only is He alive but He will see his people and be satisfied with them, having clothed them in His own righteousness. Because His victory was for His people He will share with them His glorious riches.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Isaiah 53 vv7-9. Good Friday service. In his final hours Jesus continued to submit to the will of His Father even though it meant going through cruel treatment at the hands of the religious and secular authorities. He was tried unjustly and condemned to death and yet was innocent of what he was charged with. He willing went to the cross to die in the place of his people.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Philippians 3 vv12-16. Mature Christians should be able to acknowledge that they do not know Christ perfectly yet, either in their understanding of doctrine or in living out consistent holy lives. Yet we are called to pursue and strive to know Christ perfectly day-by-day, with the understanding that we will fully know Him when we are taken to be with Him in glory.
Preacger: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Philippians 3 vv10-11. Throughout our Christian lives we need to keep growing in our relationship with Christ. In order to do so we need to desire to know him better, to draw near to him through the power of the Holy Spirit, through suffering and through obedience, with our ultimate destination, eternity with Christ in heaven, in our view as we do so.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Isaiah 53 vv4-6. Why did the Messiah have to die? We all have a broken relationship with God because of our sin. Jesus came to bear the sins of his people, dying in their place, taking their punishment and reconciling them to God. Only through faith in Jesus do we have our relationship with God restored.