current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Be Affected By The Sermon on The Mount

A True Christian Will Be Affected By The Sermon on The Mount – When Christ finished the sermon on the mount, the crowd where astonished, but why? Nathan Tarrant looks at the reasons as to why they where astonished and explains that if a person is a true Christian, they too will be affected by what Christ has said.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Weather The Storm

A True Christian Will Weather The Storm – Jesus Christ talks about the two men in Matthew 7:24-27 both having to face the rain, flood and storm. One is able to get through it, while the other falls. What is the storm they both face, and why does one get through it and the other doesn’t?

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Take Christianity Seriously

Taking Your Christian Walk Seriously. Nathan Tarrant looks at Matthew 7:24-27 and explains 4 characteristic differences between the wise man and the foolish man, with the one that sums up the other three is that a true Christian will talk their walk with Christ serious.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

The True Christian Will Build Upon The Rock

The True Christian Will Build Upon The Rock – In Matthew 7:24-27 Jesus talks about building upon the rock. What is the rock and why is it so important? Listen to Nathan Tarrant explain the importance of ensuring you build your Christian faith upon the rock.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

Who Are The Many?

Who are The Many – In Matthew 7:21-23 Christ says that many will say on ‘the’ day, Lord Lord, yet they will not enter the kingdom of heaven. Why will there be many who feel they are saved, that actually wont be? Nathan Tarrant looks at 5 principles of self deception that will keep people believing they are Crhistian’s out of heaven.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Be Known By Christ

A True Christian Will Be Known By Christ – Matthew 7:21-23 is regarded as the most frightening section of scripture in the whole Bible. Why? What is it about these verses that have people worried? Should Christians be worried and concerned by what Christ says? Listen to this sermon to find out.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Know A False Christian By Their Fruits

A True Christian Will Know A False Christian By Their Fruits – Christ tells us in Matthew 7:15-20 that we will recognise false teachers by their fruits. If you claim to be a Christian you are teaching others about your faith, so what does your fruit say about you?

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Discern False Teaching And Living

A True Christian Will Discern False Teaching And Living – Jesus Christ tells us in Matthew 7:15-20 to watch for wolves (false teachers) in sheep’s clothing. In this sermon Nathan Tarrant gives us 5 pointers concerning what makes them false teachers. These pointers also apply to anyone claiming to be a Christian but they falsely walk in Christ

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Walk The Narrow Way

A True Christian Will Walk The Narrow Way – Saying you are a Christian is easy, living as a Christian should is hard. The only way that a Christian should live is the narrow way. If you say you are a Christian do you walk the narrow way? Listen as we explain what Matthew 7:13-14 means when Christ calls his followers to walk the narrow way.

current sermon series - True Christian - Kent Church

A True Christian Will Go Through The Narrow Gate

A True Christian Will Go Through The Narrow Gate – Matthew 7:13-14 is the start of the tests Christ gives us to prove we are a true Christian and we are more righteous than the scribes and the Pharisees and that is for us to go through the narrow gate. What does that mean exactly? Listen to this sermon as Nathan Tarrant explains what it means to go through the narrow gate.