Resurrection

Why Did Jesus Rise? | Isaiah 52:13-14; 53:10-12 |
Why did Jesus rise to life again? What does it reveal about him, and what difference does it make? Outline From suffering to glory For his offspring For justification For victory

Our Gospel Hope | 1 Corinthians 15 |
‘You only live once.’ But what if that’s not true? In this message, we finishing our series ‘What We Believe’ and hear what the Bible says about resurrection and life everlasting and how that gives us hope and changes our now. Outline The good news of Jesus (1 Corinthians 15:1-11) The good news of resurrection (15:12-28) Why resurrection matters (15:29-34) All things new (15:35-53) Life everlasting…and now (15:54-58)

The Crucified and Risen Son | Acts 3:11-26 |
For 2000 years, Christians have said that Jesus was crucified, yet rose again, is now ruling, and will return. This is a dangerous truth as it means our life has meaning and will be called to account. This is a dangerous truth because it gives hope and meaning in Christ. Outline Crucified (Acts 3:13-15, 1 Peter 3:18) Risen (Acts 3:15) Ruling (Ephesians 1:19-23; Philippians 2:6-11; Acts 3:16-19) Returning (Acts 3:20-23) A dangerous truth? Read more

Light | Luke 24:1-8; 44-49 |
What is the light and hope Jesus’ resurrection brings? In this message, as we look at Luke’s record of the first day of the week we see the light of Jesus’ resurrection is that new creation has broken into the world and so forgiveness of sins is now possible. Outline New Creation (Luke 24:1-8) Repentance and Forgiveness (Luke 24:44-49) Mission and Message

Behold Our King | Luke 24 |
In uncertain times, the resurrection of Jesus gives his followers joy and hope and propels them into a changed life on mission for him. N.b. this sermon was recorded during an ‘online service’ due to restrictions in place in response to COVID-19. Outline The shock of an empty tomb (vv1-12) The joy of resurrection …on the road (vv13-32) …in Jerusalem (vv33-49) …at the temple (vv50-53) In shock and joy—on mission for our king! Read more

Interrogating the King | Luke 20:20-21:4 |
Often we ask questions with no intention of listening, but just to prove ourselves right. And it can be the same with the questions we ask of Jesus. In this message we see some people meet Jesus with an agenda, hoping to trap him. But instead, the truth is revealed. Outline Whose image? (20:20-26) Whose wife? (20:27-40) Whose son? (20:41-44) Whose example? (20:45-21:4)

Lost and Preserved | Luke 17:20-37 |
When you hear a warning of something concerning coming your way, do you stay or do you go? In this passage, as we continue our journey with Jesus, we will hear him talking about the cross, the turning point of history. It brings judgement on the world and ushers in the Kingdom of God. Jesus calls us to escape the world and find refuge in him. Outline The Kingdom of God (Daniel 2:44, 7:13-14) … is among you (Luke 17:20-21) …comes through suffering (17:22-25) …comes with sudden judgment (17:26-37) Living now in the Kingdom

Where Do I Find the Good Life? | Luke 24:1-12 |
What are you searching for? Looking for the living? Finding the good life in the perfect man

The Living Cross | 1 Corinthians 15 |
Good news (15:1-11) So … the dead will be raised (15:12-23) Jesus is the living king (15:24-28) it’s worth living for Jesus (15:29-34) But how are the dead raised? (15:35-54) Praise God and live for Jesus (15:55-58)

Tragedy or Comedy | John 20 |
A tragic morning that turns to joy So we can find life Romans 8:11 Is your life a tragedy or a comedy