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Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for CityLight Church in North Adelaide, South Australia. This podcast consists of the messages from our Sunday gatherings. Our hope and prayer is that you will be inspired and strengthened in your walk with Christ with our dynamic, Biblically-based, Gospel-centered messages each week. We’d love for you to join us this Sunday! Find out more at citylight.church/northadelaide
 
Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for CityLight Church in Adelaide, South Australia. Don Reddin and the preaching team at CityLight bring dynamic, Biblically-based, Gospel-centered messages each week that will inspire and strengthen your walk with Christ. CityLight Missionally engages culture, Makes disciples, Trains leaders, and Multiplies communities - we shorten it to Believe, Belong, Become, Be Strong! Visit us online at www.citylight.church
 
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Often times, we keep on trudging through life. We are unaware we are in need of God to come into our situations and deliver us. In this teaching, Christian leads us through Psalm 107. In doing so, each of us can recognize we need our Deliverer to come in and lead us. Today, let your Deliverer into every space in your heart.…
 
After a year and a half, we are in our last week over the Luke series. Pastor Austin preaches over Luke 24: 44-53, Jesus' ascension into heaven. We see in the text that Jesus' last words to his closest friends the disciples are a call to go to the end of the streets and the ends of the earth to proclaim the Gospel. Austin shows us that this call is…
 
That slogan speaks quite a bit in three words. If you are like me, you hear that and think," Oh yes, I will! I will push myself! I will get the finish line! Even if I have to army crawl I will make it!" We apply these three words in many areas of our lives. But, when it comes to our faith....do we? Take some time and listen to this teaching. Maybe …
 
This week we celebrate 25 baptisms! We also hear Pastor Austin preach over Luke 24: 36-49, our second to last week in our Luke series. In the passage, we find the disciples who were going to Emmaus have rejoined with the twelve and are recounting what happened. The two have barely gotten a word in when Jesus suddenly appears in the room with them! …
 
This week we gather to listen to Pastor Brett preach over Luke 24: 13-35. In the passage, we find two of Jesus' disciples on the road to Emmaus. While on the road, they come across the risen Jesus but don't recognize him! Jesus joins them on their journey and explains the scriptures to them as they walk. However, it's only after breaking bread with…
 
The word "confession" can carry a stigmatism. It can feel negative. It can feel as if something huge is about to take place and not in a good way! Confession, is the opposite of these things. Confession should be seen as freedom. You have been held hostage by a wrong doing and now you have the opportunity to confess your wrong(s). Once you do, then…
 
Join us this Easter as we celebrate the Ressurection of Jesus! Today is the cornerstone of our entire faith without today, there is no Christianity. Without today Jesus' earthly ministry is incomplete. Austin preaches on the events that immediately follow Jesus rising from the dead. We find the apostles sitting around unsure of what to do next. The…
 
Ever need someone to tell you like it is? That's what you will hear when you listen to Christian speak about Saul. Once Saul was murdering and hunting down Christians. Suddenly, Saul is caught off guard and has a, "Come To Jesus Moment". Saul has a complete transformation! There are times we need those who love us and who are invested in our lives,…
 
"Self control", applies to so many aspect of our daily lives. From how we act in a traffic jam to how we react in our relationships. This fruit of the Spirit, can actually feel overwhelming as if we must manage and somehow "control" this fruit of the Spirit. If you are new to the Bible or have been a follower of Jesus your entire life, the Bible te…
 
In this week's sermon, Brett preaches over Luke 23: 1-25. In the passage we find Jesus being brought before several officials being falsely accused of several crimes. Despite his total innocence, Jesus remains silent throughout his trial. What we learn from this text is that in his infinite love and power, Jesus the innocent gave his life so that w…
 
Have you ever had a "faithful" friend? That friend you can text or call and you know no matter what, they will drop everything and run to be right by you side? They would do whatever was within their power to rush to your aid! They are consistent, loving, assume the best of you even when circumstances may say differently, they are compassionate. An…
 
In this week's sermon, Austin preaches on Luke 22: 47:62. In the passage, Judas has led a crowd of people to the Garden of Gethsemane, where he betrays Jesus. Peter immediately jumps to Jesus' defense and attacks the guards. But after stopping Peter and rebuking him, Jesus is arrested and brought before multiple officials in Jerusalem. To make matt…
 
How do you define "goodness" or "being good"? Many of us take the word "good", we toss it and turn it until it meets our own definition. The Bible gives us a way to define what it means to be "good". To fully embrace this fruit of the Spirit, we need to look in scripture. There we will find the tools and instructions on how to live out what it mean…
 
In this week's sermon, Skyler preaches over Luke 22: 39-46. In the text, we find Jesus and the disciples in the Garden of Gethsemane moments before he is arrested. While in the garden, Jesus is in agonizing over what is going to transpire over the next several hours. However, when we examine the text closely, the actual agony Jesus was experiencing…
 
Gentleness seems like such a subjective fruit of the Spirit. The way I demonstrate gentleness and the way I think gentleness should be given to others, may look vastly different in the way you demonstrate gentleness. Your idea of gentleness might be, coming alongside someone who is suffering and being a friend. Maybe in your eyes, gentleness (in th…
 
In Austin's sermon this week, we find ourselves looking at arguably the most important meal in all of history. The Passover meal had massive historical and cultural importance to Jewish people, as it was created to remind the Israelite people of how God freed them from slavery in Egypt through Moses. What we see in the text though is a different ki…
 
This week we hear Justin preach over Luke 20:1-18. In the text just before this, we find Jesus preaching the Gospel in the temple at Jerusalem. Jesus is then approached by a group of religious leaders challenging his authority to preach in the temple. Jesus, seeing their hearts, proceeds to give the parable found in our reading. What Jesus tells us…
 
Are you nice? Or are you kind? Is there a difference? Listen, as Christian takes us along the journey of Naomi and Ruth. In this relationship we see the kindness of Ruth demonstrated in her unyielding love for her mother in law, Ruth. Ruth's kindness helped change the course of their lives. What can we learn from Ruth?…
 
How do we have patience? Not just situational patience. But, how do we obtain patience so that it becomes part of who we are? Ephesians 4:2 tells us, "Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love." In this teaching Christian will challenge you to check yourself. What is the status of your patience? Is it only situat…
 
This week, Pastor Austin walks us through one of the most pivotal moments in the Gospel of Luke. We find Jesus and the disciples entering the city of Jerusalem in the days leading up to Passover. The entire account of Jesus entering the city points to him being the Messiah that the Jewish people have been waiting for since the time of the prophets.…
 
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