Sanctification Through Not Conforming To The World – The Apostle Paul tells us in Romans 12:2 that we are not conform to the world, but be transformed by the renewing of our minds. In the first of two sermons, Nathan Tarrant explains what it means to not be conformed to the world and how we can begin taking action to avoid doing such a thing.
Taking Responsibility For Our Actions – Continuing our look at Romans 12:1, Nathan Tarrant explains what the Apostle Paul means when he says we are to present our bodies as a living sacrifice to God. Under Christ we have freedom and choice, and therefore, we have to consider whether we are presenting our bodies as a living sacrifice to God, or as Nathan showed us, are we like Lot who was more interested in presenting himself to the world.
Your Response To God’s Mercies – As we start the next section of Paul’s letter to the Romans starting in Romans 12:1, Nathan Tarrant asks us, what is our response to the mercies of God shown to us if saved? Have we seriously considered all that God the Father has done for us through His son Jesus Christ, and we are prepared to respond in the only manner that we can?
Gospel Message From Mark 5 – In this message, Alan Clark gives us the Gospel of Jesus Christ from Mark 5 and the incident of the demon possessed man.
Questions Concerning The Trinity – In this sermon, Nathan Tarrant guides us through the subject of the Trinity, and explains how there is only one God, yet at the same time the three persons of the Trinity play different roles in creation and the redemption of man.
Answering Questions About Creation And Made Made In The Image of God – The Elders of Living Hope were asked a number of questions concerning creation, particularly the first 2 days, and also concerning the creation of man in the image of God; how is it that if we are made in the image of God, we sin, but does it also mean we can be like Christ? Nathan Tarrant answers these questions in this sermon. (We apologise for the poor sound quality in the final quarter of the message)
Who Is The Antichrist And Is There More Than One? Many ask the question ‘who is the Antichrist’? and many more are confused as to who the Antichrist actually is, due to popular films and books from the 70’s and 80’s. In this sermon, Nathan Tarrant explains that we should not be focused on one end time Antichrist, but weary and aware of the many Antichrists that are prevalent today, and the mission that they are on.
Why God Should Get The Glory Forever – As we conclude our time in the first part of Paul’s letter to the Church in Rome by looking at Paul’s doxology, Nathan Tarrant leads us through a review of what Paul has explained so far in his letter, and why he felt the need to praise God. When we come to understand fully what Paul has been saying, then we can understand why God should get the glory forever.
Consecrated Together In Him – Looking at Isaiah 6:1-7, Alan Clark addresses the subject of our consecration to the Lord and gets us to seriously consider whether we are truly consecrated or whether we actually play at our faith.
How Will You Be Keeping Christmas? As we come up to Christmas, Nathan Tarrant reminds us of the reason why Jesus Christ came, as outlined in Matthew 1:21, and asks us to consider how in light of the reason why Christ came, how will you be keeping Christmas.
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