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WADAHANS, FIRST MEHL, CHHANT: ONE UNIVERSAL CREATOR GOD. BY THE GRACE OF THE TRUE GURU: Why bother to wash the body which is polluted by falsehood? One�s cleansing bath is only approved, if one practices Truth. When there is Truth deep within, then one becomes True, and obtains the True Lord. Without pre-ordained destiny, awareness is not attained;…
 
BIHAAGRAA, FIFTH MEHL: Grant Your Grace, O Guru, O Perfect Supreme Lord God, that I might chant the Naam, the Name of the Lord, night and day. I speak the Ambrosial Words of the Guru�s Bani, praising the Lord. Your Will seems so sweet to me, Lord. Show kindness and compassion, O Lord of the Word, Lord of the Universe; without You, I have no other a…
 
WADAHANS, THIRD MEHL, FIRST HOUSE: ONE UNIVERSAL CREATOR GOD. BY THE GRACE OF THE TRUE GURU: When the mind is filthy, everything is filthy; by washing the body, the mind is not cleansed. This world is deluded by doubt; hardly anyone understands this. || 1 || O my mind, chant the One Name. The True Guru has given me this treasure. || 1 || Pause || E…
 
SORAT�H, FIRST MEHL: The treasure of the Name, for which you have come into the world � that Ambrosial Nectar is with the Guru. Renounce costumes, disguises and clever tricks; this fruit is not obtained by duplicity. || 1 || O my mind, remain steady, and do not wander away. By searching around on the outside, you shall only suffer great pain; the A…
 
SHALOK, THIRD MEHL: One who has no faith in the True Guru, and who does not love the Word of the Shabad, shall find no peace, even though he may come and go hundreds of times. O Nanak, the Gurmukh meets the True Lord with natural ease; he is in love with the Lord. || 1 || THIRD MEHL: O mind, search for such a True Guru, by serving whom the pains of…
 
WADAHANS, THIRD MEHL: O my mind, the world comes and goes in birth and death; only the True Name shall emancipate you in the end. When the True Lord Himself grants forgiveness, then one does not have to enter the cycle of reincarnation again. He does not have to enter the cycle of reincarnation again, and he is emancipated in the end; as Gurmukh, h…
 
SHALOK, THIRD MEHL: O man, you have been tormented by a nightmare, and you have passed your life in sleep. You did not wake to hear the Word of the True Guru�s Shabad; you have no inspiration within yourself. That body burns, which has no virtue, and which does not serve the Guru. I have seen that the world is burning, in egotism and the love of du…
 
DHANAASAREE, FIRST MEHL, SECOND HOUSE, ASHTAPADEES: ONE UNIVERSAL CREATOR GOD. BY THE GRACE OF THE TRUE GURU: The Guru is the ocean, filled with pearls. The Saints gather in the Ambrosial Nectar; they do not go far away from there. They taste the subtle essence of the Lord; they are loved by God. Within this pool, the swans find their Lord, the Lor…
 
TILANG, SECOND HOUSE, FIFTH MEHL: There is no other than You, Lord. You are the Creator; whatever You do, that alone happens. You are the strength, and You are the support of the mind. Forever and ever, meditate, O Nanak, on the One. || 1 || The Great Giver is the Supreme Lord God over all. You are our support, You are our sustainer. || Pause || Yo…
 
SORAT�H, FIFTH MEHL: Infatuated with the darkness of emotional attachment to Maya, he does not know the Lord, the Great Giver. The Lord created his body and fashioned his soul, but he claims that his power is his, weighed down by the chains of egotism. || 2 || Behind closed doors, hidden by many screensown. || 1 || O foolish mind, God, your Lord an…
 
As we are still in Lockdown, Peter Sun looks at "God is Love" based on 1 John 4:8-10. Peter discusses the alarming decline of people identifying as Christians today, especially in the younger generation, and how this often hinges on the question "If God is Love, why is there so much suffering?" Peter looks at four aspects at the nature of Gods love…
 
As New Zealand enters lockdown again we take a break from our series in Philippians, and Gavin Lynch looks at Psalm 118. Gavin shares what Church looks like for his family in lockdown before diving into Psalm 118, a Psalm of Praise. Gavin breaks the chapter down in chunks, and dicsusses the amazing promises declared in the praises throughout. This …
 
We continue our series in the book of Philippians as Dan Pettersen takes us through Philippians 1:27-2:6. Dan looks at the context of the passage by taking a look at the time when Paul and Silas were in prison together, and how the results of that affected the Church at Philippi. Dan then looks at our passage for today and discusses how the church …
 
This week is week two in the book of Philippians, and Peter Sun takes us through Philippians 1:12-26. Our message this week is opened with Isaac reading through our passage before Peter gives a brief overview of the book itself. Peter then goes on to explain why he changed the title of his message for today from "Paul's Imprisonment" to "Paul's Cru…
 
As we enter week one of the book of Philippians, Peter Cowie takes us through the first 11 verses of Philippians 1. Peter starts our book off with a bit of context around what the book is about as a whole, this letter Paul wrote to the church at Philippi, and why we as a church are going through it. Peter then starts reading through the passage, st…
 
This month we are blessed to have Caleb Wilkinson Mackie speaking during our monthly Sunday evening service, this month discussing "Worship". Starting in Amos 5 from verse 21, Caleb discusses how we can't just be blasé about our worship. Caleb then looks at John 4 from verse 19, where Jesus discusses worship with the Samaritan woman. He looks at ho…
 
This week is our final week in 2nd Samuel, and Alan Stanley takes us through 2nd Samuel 24. Our passage is read in its entirety by Mat before Alan dives into it. Alan starts by discussing how "religious people" tend to limit God to their beliefs, rather than experiencing Him, and poses the question "have you ever encountered/experienced God, or is …
 
As we near the end of our study in 2nd Samuel, Gavin Lynch takes us through the first 7 verses of 2nd Samuel 23. Gavin starts by reading our passage for today, before discussing the probability of these verses actually being the "last words of David". Gavin then breaks the verses down, firstly looking at "the Grace of God" in verse 1, then he looks…
 
With a slightly different layout this week, Peter Cowie takes us through 2nd Samuel 22. Prior to the message, the congregation sang "When Peace Like a River", and Peter starts by discussing the significance of that song and why he asked for it to be sung before he started. As we start to look at chapter 22 of 2nd Samuel, Peter looks at the similari…
 
Back into 2nd Samuel this week, Peter Cowie looks at chapters 20-21 with us. Peter dives in deep from the start with the question, "How do we be men and women after God's own heart when things get comfortable?" Peter looks back at the story so far, showing the context of the journey David has been on, starting in Chapter 11 through to our chapters …
 
Following on from last months message on "The Call to Serve", this month Gavin takes us through one of the three passages from our Young Adults study groups in Acts 20 - "Paul's Life, Work, and Mission" - during our monthly Sunday evening service. Mark Linton opens for Gavin by reading our passage in Acts 20 before Gavin dives in and gives us a bit…
 
This week we take a break from 2nd Samuel to hear from Dan Pettersen, a church planter now working with WEC NZ/East West College, discussing our call from God, looking at the story of Jonah. Dan starts by posing the question "Did you ever get the sense that God was asking you to step out and do something?" He then jumps into the story of Jonah, sta…
 
Billy Hanna dives into 2nd Samuel 19 this week, looking at David's response to the death of Absalom. Billy breaks our passage today into three pieces - the context of David's grief, the enormity of David's responsibility, and considers the failure of David's perspective. The key idea Billy wants to bring across from this passage is "a heart that lo…
 
Join us this week as Shane Wildermoth takes us through part 2 in the story of Absalom in 2nd Samuel 13-18 which he's titled "Overcome by Bitterness". How does a man born into royalty become so bitter? What brought Absalom to turn the people from their king to the point of war? Shane discusses how poisonous bitterness and revenge is in our lives, an…
 
Brett Falconer is back again with another challenge for our monthly Sunday evening service, this month discussing "The Call to Serve". Brett starts looking at three passages from throughout the Bible discussing serving. But why should we serve? How does it help the Church and the body of Christ? Brett breaks his message down to three different part…
 
Itinerant Bible teacher Rhys Lamont takes a look at our passage this week, looking at how Absalom won the hearts of the people in 2nd Samuel 14-15. Why does this text matter to you? The Old Testament is not simply a collection of stories to pluck moral teachings from. Instead, it’s redemptive history! Kingdom in crises points us forward to a kingdo…
 
This week, Peter Sun takes a look at a difficult passage covering the sin of David with Bathsheba in 2nd Samuel 11-12. When approaching today's passage, Peter struggled with if he should hold back on what he talks about on this "sensitive topic" or go all in. Peter looks at how sexual sin can affect anyone, even David who was regarded as "one after…
 
Tom McIvor takes our Baptism service message this week, looking at the question "What Does It Mean To Follow Jesus?". As we are blessed to have 5 of our young adults getting baptised this week, Tom looks at what this actually means. Starting in Matthew, Tom heads to 1st Kings 19 where Elisha is called to follow Elijah. What can we learn from this s…
 
Andrew Lintons brings us a look at our passage for this week in 2nd Samuel 9. Today we are looking at the (hi)story of Mephibosheth, the son of Jonathan, grandson of King Saul. David wants to show kindness to the descendants of Jonathan, as he promised. But this man was crippled, so what will David do? Jonathan Linton starts by reading 2nd Samuel 9…
 
Join us this week as Tom Leslie looks at our passage for today in 2nd Samuel 7. Should we keep our promises? What about if your parents bribe you with a Playstation if you go to your school ball and then don't keep that promise? Tom talks about these things as he reads through 2 Samuel 7, which he splits into four sections - Houses and Covenants; T…
 
Gavin Lynch takes our Mother's Day message for 2021, looking at the story of Jochebed in Exodus 2. Who was Jochebed, and what was her legacy in the Bible? Gavin looks at that this week as he looks at this story of Moses' mother. From defying the Egyptians edict which commanded that all Hebrew boys be killed when they're born, to raising her son for…
 
The awesome Luke Stevenson spoke this month during our monthly Sunday evening service, his topic being "How Do We Grow Spiritually?". Luke jumps straight into our question today with the statement "Growing spiritually is how do we become perfect by God's standards as we seek to love God with all our being, and love our neighbours?" He then asks if …
 
As we enter week 3 in our series on 2nd Samuel, Mikey Cooper looks at the moving of the Ark in 2 Samuel 6. Mikey starts by giving us an overview of the story covered in the books of Samuel up to where we are at this week. Mikey then poses us with the question, "How would you individually view God?" Before reading through today's passage, Mikey give…
 
As HBC enters the second week in 2nd Samuel, Brian Goodwin looks at David's Coronation in 2 Samuel 5. After giving us a brief promotion for Lake Learning camp at Mi Camp in Taupo, Brian reads our passage for this week before diving into his message. He talks about the evidence given that the story of David is true, and how we can trust the Bible. H…
 
Peter Cowie starts our new series in 2nd Samuel this week, starting with 2 Samuel 1:1-16. Peter challenges us with the concept of a "story" as we enter 2nd Samuel. What are the differences we see between Saul and David? Both Kings of Israel throughout the books of Samuel, but very different in how they lead and who they were to the people and God. …
 
Jeff Samuel takes our Easter Sunday message for 2021 Jeff gives us a detailed dive into the "Feast of First Fruits" from Leviticus 23. He starts by looking at 1 Corinthians 15:20-23, and the parallels found here. He then looks at 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17 which discusses what happens when a believer passes. Continuing on to Daniel 12:1-2, he looks at…
 
Murray Stevenson, the Missions Ambassador for GC3 New Zealand, gives us an update on the ministry work provided through GC3. Murray talks to us about the mission work he and his wife Joy have recently left in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, now moving into their new role as Missions Ambassadors with GC3 NZ. Murray talks about how we are all c…
 
Join us in the final week of our series on "The Seven Churches" in Revelation where Alan Stanely looks at the letter to the Church at Laodicea in Revelation 3:14-22. Alan starts his message this week by reading our passage before jumping into a story about an encounter with his son at a young age. This leads into the crux of the problem with the ch…
 
Coming into week 6 of our series on "The Seven Churches" in Revelation, Hayden John looks at the letter to the Church at Philadelphia in Revelation 3:7-13. Starting by looking at today's passage, Hayden questions what the point is of reading a letter written to a bunch of people 2,000 years ago in a place most of us have never been to. Hayden divid…
 
This week 5 of our series on "The Seven Churches" in Revelation, Paul Tabrum looks at the letter to the Church at Sardis in Revelation 3:1-6. Paul starts with a PowerPoint showing an overview of the seven churches in Revelation, before diving deeply into the letter to the Church at Sardis. Paul goes verse by verse through our passage and breaks it …
 
Entering week 4 of our series on "The Seven Churches" in Revelation, Peter Sun looks at the letter to the Church at Thyatira in Revelation 2:18-29. Peter starts of with an overview of where the city of Thyatira is today, what it is known for, and what it was back in the time of the New Testament, specifically in regards to trade guilds, to give som…
 
This is week 3 of our series on "The Seven Churches" in Revelation, and Mikey Cooper looks at the letter to the Church at Pergamum in Revelation 2:12-17. Starting with an overview of what the city of Pergamum was like, Mikey leads into our passage for today. Mikey builds a framework to help us understand the text and the application we can pull fro…
 
As we enter week 2 of our series on "The Seven Churches" in Revelation, Alan Stanley takes a look at the letter to the Church at Smyrna in Revelation 2:8-11. Alan starts with a very brief overview of the purpose of the book of Revelation, before diving into our text for today. He takes a look back into Isaiah and challenges us to view how we can of…
 
As we enter week 1 of our new series on "The Seven Churches" in Revelation, Gary starts us off with his last sermon as our pastor at Hukanui Bible Church, looking at the letter to the Church in Ephesus in Revelation 2:1-5. This week we were blessed to have 2 baptisms during our service, which Gary was able to tie the theme of this letter to quite n…
 
This week, Sam Crosbie looks at "Food Laws and the Observance of Sacred Days" from Romans 14. Sam starts by discussing not what Paul says in this passage, but what he doesn't say. This leads to Sam's first point - "We are called to have convictions". He looks at how at no point in this letter is Pauls aim to correct the readers. Instead, it is to p…
 
This week, Billy Hanna looks at the Rich Young Ruler from Mark 10. Through this passage, Billy looks at 3 key points - The righteous discernment of Christ (v17-21); The tragic delusion of the young ruler (v22); The contrasting response of Zaccheus (Luke 19); He discusses the difficulty of evangelism and how Christ was able to discern this man and s…
 
This week, Damien Peden looks at Biblical Faith from Mark 5. Damien looks at the story of Jairus and the woman who had been bleeding for 12 years and dives into the faith that they had to have to be able to approach Jesus for His help. He looks at the significance of who these two people were in the time, and the vast differences in their stories. …
 
This week, Jono McMillan looks at "Our Hope" in the new year. Jono reflects on what has happened to the world in 2020, and how it has affected all of us in different ways. In reflection on all this, Jono challenges us where we are looking to for our hope. He looks at some passages that talk about how God is where our hope should be rooted. Jono the…
 
Over the Summer break, our services are a shorter devotion time, and in this first week, Ernie Pene looks at the story of Onesimus from the book of Philemon. After reflecting over the testimonies we've heard at the evening services in 2020, Ernie goes over the story of Onesimus and his journey. He reads the letter that Paul wrote to Philemon, the m…
 
This last week of our end of year series, Gary Gilpin looks into the story of the birth of Jesus the Messiah, from Matthew 1 verses 18 to 25. Gary covers three different aspects of the birth - the scandal of it all; the spirit involved in the scandal; and the surrogate/substitute. He talks about each of these three aspects in the context of the tim…
 
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