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Key Text: Hebrews 6:13-20 As people, we are always changing. Ever since the fall of Adam, when sin was introduced, change has been a part of life. The moment we are born, we begin to age. We grow, develop, and then deteriorate and our memory is one of the first things to go. Our only hope in life is this: God never changes. He is t…
 
The Bible shows and demonstrates to us the self-sufficiency (Aseity), the inexhaustibility of God. What is amazing is that the very Godness of God is absolutely free, absolutely self-sufficient we need nothing else.He has no needs from outside Himself but is completely and eternally sufficient in Himself. But not just sufficient He actually overflo…
 
Text: 1 Timothy 4:1-6 The Bible tells us that we are the light of the world. As disciples we are to live in such a way that our lives will glorify God. His character, his Holiness, his love, his life manifested to all people by his people. The Greek word for 'example' means …
 
Key Text: Romans 12:1-8 The Church is the body of Christ, the church is not a building. The Church the expression of Christ to the world. The members of the church are part of a real, living body and yet we are all different and all have distinctive qualities. We also have distinctive…
 
Key Text: Matthew 16:21-28 Jesus never promised that the walk of a disciple would be easy. It is true that He wants to bless every believer but His primary purpose is to build His church. To be a disciple of Christ Jesus is to be a part of His divine purpose. To be a disciple is to know that God has a plan and purpose for your life…
 
Love God, Love Neighbour. Reference Mark 12: 28-44. In Mark 12:28-44, Jesus instructs that we are to love the Lord our God with all of our heart, mind, soul and strength, and to love our neighbour as ourselves. Jesus does not instruct the scribe to love only God, or to love only our neighbour, but to love God and love neighbour. What does it look l…
 
Text: John 1:35-51 Previous week we looked at the call of the disciple. The fact that Jesus chooses, draws and challenges those He calls. This message looks briefly at what happens to us when we respond to the call and make the decision become a disciple of Jesus. Doing this, will help us to see ourselves as God sees us and help us…
 
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