Sermons on Isaiah (Page 2)
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A Bible-centred Church (Isaiah 45:22-25; Luke 4:16-24) View discussion questions here To hear today’s sermon in full, click the ►play button, above; or download the sermon in mp3 format by clicking ‘Save’.
The Key to being a successful missionary church is that ordinary church members are inspired by the Cross of Christ to wholeheartedly follow Jesus, trusting in God’s provision, and daring to live generous lives – lives that are significantly different from the non-believers around us!
“If we have not taken dramatic action within the next decade, we face irreversible damage to the natural world and the collapse of our societies.” – Attenborough “The ultimate test of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children.” – Bonhoeffer
2019-08-18 Persue Peace (Isaiah 9:2-7, Matthew 5:1-6)
Challenging Violence (Isaiah 2:2-5, Matthew 5:43-45)
We all have a story – Share the Gospel; use words if necessary!
The anointing of Jesus in Bethany. Mary shows her love for Jesus. Something passionate and extravagant seems to be the only apt human response to make. How might God be challenging us to show passionate love and compassion to others?
LENT – a spiritual spring cleaning: a time to clear out those things which get in the way of our relationship with Jesus; a time to nourish that relationship by spending more time with him. This Lent, in what ways can you spend more time with Jesus?
The five marks of mission are Tell, Teach, Tend, Transform and Treasure. How does St Tim’s live out the five marks of mission? Emil Brunner wrote: “The church exists by mission, just as fire exists by burning. Where there is no mission, there is no Church.” Do you agree?