This Anzac Day we considered where war comes from and what is God’s answer for peace. Outline War among ‘you’ (vv1-3) War with God! (vv4-6) God’s way for peace (vv7-10)
What is the difference between grace and mercy? What is God the father of? Where was it said that God used to dwell? How great is God’s mercy?
Outline Witness 1: Jesus Witness 2: God the Father Witness 3: John the Baptist Witness 4: Jesus' Works Witness 5: The Scriptures Witness 6: Moses Jesus exposes the plaintiffs (the religious leaders)
Outline Christian freedom Our moment-by-moment civil war What is the fruit of the flesh What is the fruit of the Holy Spirit Keep killing the flesh Be encouraged
Have you ears to hear? In the Parable of the Soils, Jesus calls us be good, fruitful hearers. This sermon was brought to us during lock-down by Jono Buesnel from Bargara Presbyterian Church.
The first Christian sermon in Australia was preached on February 3, 1788. The preacher was Richard Johnson, chaplain to the prison colony in New South Wales, and he chose to preach on Psalm 116:12. On Australia Day 2020, we opened the same Psalm and asked how we can respond to God’s kindness even in the midst of suffering. Outline Crying out to the LORD (vv1-4) …who hears and saves (vv5-11) So sacrifice to and praise him (vv12-19) A sacrifice of praise (Hebrews 13:15-16)
Law Grace Law, Grace, and Covenant Saving Faith
Not all kinds of faith save Belief and Unbelief Unbelief Adam Israelites Saving Faith Its source Its qualities Let us then examine ourselves (Unfortunately, the recording was quiet and the occasional word was inaudible and was lost during editing.)
Is our church loving? Why love one-another? John 13:33-35 John 15:12-17 1 John 4:19-21 How to love one-another
Know God (vv4-8) Love One Another (vv5, 9-10) Reach our Region (vv9, 11-12)