current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Have Loving Relationships With Others

A True Christian Will Have Loving Relationships With Others – In Matthew 7:12 Christ gives all Christians a rule to live by. It is commonly called the Golden Rule. What does it mean, and why is it important for Christians to carry out this rule all the time? Nathan Tarrant explains.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Persist in Asking

A True Christian Will Persist in Asking-If Jesus says, ‘ask and you shall receive’, why don’t you have all the things you want? Nathan Tarrant looks at Matthew 7:7-11 and explains what the ‘good things’ are that Christ says we will get if we only ask for them, and why we don’t have the things we want, even if we think they are good.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Know How To Discriminate

A True Christian Will Know How To Discriminate – One of the reasons why so many people misquote Matthew 7:1 ‘Judge not lest you be judged’ is because they don’t read or understand verse 6. Nathan Tarrant looks at verse 6 and explains why Christians need to judge and discriminate at times so as not to put what is holy before dogs, or cast pearls before swine.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Not Condemn

A True Christian Will Not Condemn – One of the most misquoted verses in the Bible is Matthew 7:1 – Judge not lest you be judged. Why do so many people, including Christians misunderstand this verse, and what does it actually mean? Nathan Tarrant address Matthew 7:1-5 and explains what it means to judge fellow Christians properly.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Have Faith

A True Christian Will Have Faith – When Jesus says in Matthew 6:30, ‘oh you of little faith‘ what kind of faith is He referring to? Nathan Tarrant addresses the subject of, the faith a Christian should have, and what it means to lack the faith Christ is talking about.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Not Be Anxious

A True Christian Will Not Be Anxious – Anxiety pulls us in different directions. It stops us from focusing on what is important and there is a danger that we will be distracted from the main objective in our life, which as Christians is Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God. Nathan Tarrant looks at Matthew 6:25-30 and explains what Christ is saying when He tells us not to be anxious.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Lay Up Treasure in Heaven Not On Earth

A True Christian Will Lay Up Treasure in Heaven Not On Earth – Where does your heart lay? Are you more concerned about treasure here on earth or in heaven? Nathan Tarrant guides us through Matthew 6:19-24 and discusses what it means to lay up treasure on earth any why we should avoid doing so.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Fast

A True Christian Will Fast – Fasting is one of those activities that many void. It is not commanded, other than to the nation of Israel, on the Day of Atonement and as Christ is the Atonement for all True Christians, is there any need to fast? Nathan Tarrant addresses this subject from Matthew 6:16-18 and shows that if you take your relationship with God seriously, you will fast.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Prays For The Day

A True Christian Prays For The Day – In the final part of the Lords prayer, we are told to pray for a number of things each day. Nathan Tarrant explains what these are and why it is important to pray for these things each and every day.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Prays For The Kingdom To Come

A True Christian Prays For The Kingdom To Come – When we come to pray to our Father, after we have hallowed his name, we are to pray for his kingdom to come. What does that mean, to pray for His kingdom? Nathan Tarrant explains Matthew 6:10 and the instruction in how to pray properly.