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Sermons about Israel
Throughout the Old Testament the nation of Israel failed to remain faithful to the will of the Father. But each failure pointed to One who would remain faithful to God's will throughout all trails. Jesus is the true and greater Israel who remains faithful to the will of the Father, even in the face of great evil, danger and suffering.
The Bride of Christ is presented in the New Heavens and New Earth.
This message, while lengthy, includes reports from visits to both Israel and Cambodia. The report from Cambodia deals with the human trafficking occurring there and the Hard Places Community that is rescuing the children from slavery.
Elder Simon Payne preaches about going into the world.
A shift in perspective - or expectations - can make all the difference in the world. This is one of several ways of saying that The Church needs to continually grow in our ability to see things from God's perspective. This is certainly something we will never do perfectly, however, we can work to equip ourselves to respond well. After all, often when we follow God, the unexpected happens. And this is a good thing...
The work of the Holy Spirit in interpretation of the Scriptures is amazing. Standing in the mainstream of the Protestant and Reformed faith, our small Assembly of Believers seek to let the Scriptures speak for themselves. For who hath known the mind of God, but God. It is to God we look to reveal to us the tremendous fulfilment of prophecy found in Matthew chapter two, where everything finds its fulfilment and meaning in Christ.
Sermon on Exodus 4:18-Exodus 10 by Pastor Dan Hendley.
If you are like the majority of people in the world, things do not always go according to plan. While there are a variety of reasons for this, a simple way of saying why this is, is because of difficulties. When we observe things through the eyes of faith, what we must see, is that difficulties can also be called decisions. And as brothers and sisters in Christ progress through life, we must be intentional about the decisions we make. Yet it goes further than that. We must also be intentional and make a wise choice between being forgetful or thankful. And please, do not let the seemingly benign concept of choosing forgetfulness or thankfulness fool you. Your decision between those two can either destroy your faith, or bolster it.