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Intro and Hosea Family Portrait

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May 3, 2022 | By: Pastor Efrem Buckle | Scripture: Hosea 1:1-11

Did you ever hear the song 'In Love with a Stripper?' This could have been the soundtrack to Hosea's marriage, but worse. As we begin this new series we learn of God's relentless, rescuing love in the face of persistent rejection.


The Resurrection that Frees us from Sin

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May 3, 2022 | By: Richard Thomas | Scripture: Romans 6:1-14

Is the resurrection of Christ Jesus a historic event that just gives us hope for the future? Paul reminds us that the resurrection of Jesus has freed us now from the power of sin.


SOMEBODY HAS TO PAY

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April 15, 2022 | By: Efrem Buckle | Scripture: John 11:49-52

Can you afford to pay for your own sin? Someone has to. Imagine that God's word shows he has always demonstrated his love by paying the ultimate price for our sin.


I AM BARABBAS

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April 10, 2022 | By: Efrem Buckle | Scripture: Mark 15:6-15

I am Barabbas .. can you say it? It may feel like a negative confession, but the spirit of the age may cause us to be robbed of seeing how Barabbas truly represents us, therefore dimming our view of God's grace in Jesus as our substitute.


The Epilogue

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April 3, 2022 | By: Richard Thomas | Scripture: Revelation 22:6-21

Does the eschatological end of the gospel register with your Christian walk? The apostle John challenges us to establish our Christian witness by our looking forward to the Lord's return and by living faithfully until that day.


Dwelling with God

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March 27, 2022 | By: Bertram Owete | Scripture: Revelation 21:1-22:5

What will it be like to live with God literally? God reveals His purpose to personally sustain His own in the eternally peaceful new heaven and earth where nothing evil can be found.


The Penultimate of Human History or the End

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March 20, 2022 | By: Paul Dayper | Scripture: Revelation 19:1-20:15

God has vindicated himself and his people by finally judging the World for its rebellion against him and his people. Victory for believers, devastation for the lost.


Good Vs Evil

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February 20, 2022 | By: Richard Thomas | Scripture: Revelation 12:1-17

What do you believe defines a good or bad person? Morality, from a biblical perspective, is not primarily centred on how well I treat other people but on acknowledging and loving God. In this chapter John captures this struggle of Good Vs Evil in the symbolism of the woman and her children being pursued by the dragon.


Sound the Alarm Another Person is Suffering

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February 6, 2022 | By: Richard Thomas | Scripture: Revelation 8:1-11:19

Series: Apocalypse Now Are we really to expect that the world will only drastically deteriorate in the last seven years of history? When considered, in the light of Jesus' own teaching, are the trumpet plagues already effecting the world?


Palaces, Parliaments, Presidential Houses, the Politburo and Paradise

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January 23, 2022 | By: Richard Thomas | Scripture: Revelation 4:1-5:14

How comfortable would you be in a place where the worship of God was central to every mode of life? The sovereign triune God is coming to reclaim the world but only the faithful will be able to abide his presence.


He Who Has Ears

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January 16, 2022 | By: Richard Thomas | Scripture: Revelation 2:1-3:22

To whom do you think John wrote the letters to seven churches in Asia? We can easily banish an ancient letter to history without realising that it has a prophetic effect as a pastoral message for us today.


Behold I Stand at the Door

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January 9, 2022 | By: Richard Thomas | Scripture: Revelation 1:1-20

Is John's revelation just about the end of the world? It's easy to miss the purpose of the last book in the Bible when numerous non-biblical sources have confused our understanding of it. With a more careful reading of the book we will find it was as relevant to John's first readers as it will be for his last.


New Road for a New Year

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January 2, 2022 | By: Andrew Carnegie | Scripture: Isaiah 60:1-6

Jesus and the wise men moved on from the manger towards their future mission and calling. So should every believer have a similar mindset as we move into 2022, in full assurance that God's promises to us can never fail?


The Day After Christmas

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December 26, 2021 | By: Andrew Carnegie |

After Christmas it is a good time to reflect on what you have just seen and heard. A time to ponder as Mary did, a time to worship as the wise men did and a time to praise and proclaim as the shepherd's did.


The Anointed King - Born to Outlive Death

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December 19, 2021 | By: Adam Boyce | Scripture: Matthew 2:7-12

In the third of our sermons, we will be examining the third gift given to Jesus: Myrrh. God gave his gift to the Church - His son, to die so that we might live and give our gifts to Jesus, our King, our sacrificial Saviour.


Frankincense: A God Worthy of Worship

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December 12, 2021 | By: Denzel Gaisie | Scripture: Matthew 2:1-11

Frankincense in the ancient world was often used to worship a divine being. The wise men travel hundreds of miles to deliver this gift to the new born King. Jesus is more than mortal king. He is the true God worthy of our worship.


Giving King Jesus Your Gold

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December 5, 2021 | By: Michael Prendergast | Scripture: Matthew 2:1-12

Gold is a gift given to a king in recognition of His royalty and His right to rule. The wise men gave Jesus their gold. They gave Him their best. Do we give our best to Jesus? He doesn't just want bits of us. He wants our all. Do we see Jesus as being worthy of our gold?


Between Memphis and Hardcase

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November 23, 2021 | By: Richard Thomas |

What are you to do when you are caught between two warring dynasties? Daniel with the aid of the Lord foresees a time of trouble for God's people. We are to take courage that the Lord sees the needs of his people, way before we do, even looking past the seemingly bigger events of history.


More Than Meets the Eyes

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November 14, 2021 | By: Denzel Gaisie | Scripture: Daniel 10:1-21

Is what we can see all that there is? As God’s people face opposition from human kingdoms, Daniel 10 lets us in on the secret that God’s people also face spiritual opposition, and it is overwhelming. But God hears, comforts and fights for His people.


The Gracious, Incomparable Helpful God Delivers

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September 19, 2021 | By: Bertram Owete | Scripture: Daniel 3:1-30

When our faith is challenged is God able to save us from imminent danger? God ultimately rewards those who trust in Him to make His name and His work known.