Fulfil The Law Through Love – In Romans 13:8-10 the Apostle Paul tells us that we fulfil the law if we love our neighbour as our self. Nathan Tarrant explains what that means exactly, but also asks the the question, how can we fulfil the law, if we are no longer under the law?
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Why We Must Be Subject To Governing Authorities – Following on from last weeks sermon where Nathan Tarrant explained who the governing authorities are in our lives as outlined in Romans 13:1-2, this week he explains why we must be subject to them.
Be Subject To All Authority – At the start of Romans 13:1-2 the Apostle Paul tells us that we are to be subject to every governing authority. Nathan Tarrant explains not only what it means to be subject to these authorities, but also who exactly these authorities are. An important factor as we realise the sovereignty […]
In this first First teaching on the doctrines of grace, Nathan Tarrant provides an introduction to the doctrines, and begins this series by explaining the first doctrine, that of the total depravity of mankind.
Aaron’s Staff – In this sermon from Numbers 17, Alan Clark shows us how the sovereign will of God works in all things, especially the salvation of man.
The Love of God In Us Shown To Others – In this sermon Nathan Tarrant explains what it means in Romans 12:17-21 when the Apostle Paul says we are not only to not repay evil with evil, but we are heap burning coals upon the heads of those who do evil against us.
Never Be Wise In Your Own Sight – In Romans 12:16 the Apostle Paul tells us to never be wise in our own sight. This means not to rely upon our own wisdom, our own reasoning. Nathan Tarrant explains why relying upon our own reasoning is counter-intuitive to the word of God, as he outlines […]
Understanding The Marks of A True Christian – Nathan Tarrant looks at Romans 12:15-16 and explains that the marks of the true Christian, can only be shown in a person, because of what God alone does. A Christian can only rejoice when others rejoice and weep when other weep, because of the work of God. […]
In this Gospel message, Alan Clark explains the significance of the parable of the mustard seed in Matthew 13:31-32 and explains how it is significant to us with regards the gospel of Jesus Christ.
This week we had the pleasure of being visited by Michel Schmid. Micheal is a missionary working in Mexico with the Tarahumara Indians, and he gave us a message from Luke 17:11-19 asking us to think about how are we thankful to the Lord Jesus Christ, for what he has done in our lives.
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