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If we are going to make an impact on the people around us with the life-saving gospel of Jesus Christ, we are going to have to invest our lives in them and serve them in love. We are going to have to put our stuff aside and intentionally reach out to them and give of ourselves to them, so that they can see that we actually care. If they know that we care they will listen to what we have to say.
A couple of weeks ago, we considered Peter’s three denials of Jesus. We remember his anguish upon the hearing of the rooster crowing, because Jesus had prophesied of these denials. Today, we return to that story, but see the renewal of commitment. In Peter’s story we are reminded that God loves to give a second chance.
Luke 15:11-32 "The Parable of the Lost Son" paints for us a picture of the character of God!
Week 5 our of 7 in the "Seven People, One Saviour" series. This sermon tells the touching story of a sinful woman who met a compassionate Saviour.
Ronnie explains this simple principle through the anagram Show wise initiative; Help others succeed; Improve yourself daily; No excuses for unreliability; Express the light of Christ. When in our working lives we need to have answers for fish hope in hard times honorable behavior and exemplary compassion.
Preacher: Paul Smith. Passage: Matthew 26 vv26-36. 1. The man's vulnerability 2. The master's compassion 3. The mediator's power
This is an introduction to the upcoming sermon series on the book of 1 Thessalonians. In this sermon we look into the historical background of the book, get a brief overview of the content in the book, and conclude with a call to ask God to give us a heart like Paul so that we will have a growing concern for the spiritual well-being of others and begin to tell them and about Jesus.
What happens when PTSM goes to Memphis? In this message Student Intern, Jason Ivie, tells the story of PTSM’s Compassion Trip to Memphis. Join us as we dive into the details, re-live the life changing moments and learn how serving in Memphis helps us serve others better within our own community.