In August, Steve gave a sermon based on Psalm 28. Looking back over the past 18 months we have been through a very unique time, some of us may have experienced situations for the first. How we approached God in those times of uncertainty or despair is something we can reflect on and possibly continue going forward.
David gives a great example of praying with passion in Psalm 28 that Steve looking into during the sermon.
Feel free to listen below:
We believe there is clear evidence for the existence of God in the world we live in – there is abundant evidence of design everywhere. The fact that the world does not always function properly does not negate the existence of a designer at all (in just the same way that when a machine designed by humans breaks down, this doesn’t negate the existence of the designer!). The existence of mathematics is also exceptional evidence, as without the structure that mathematics provides science would not be possible.
Science relies on the assumption that we live in an ordered universe that is subject to precise and measurable mathematical laws. For… Continue reading
Many non-believers think that the Christian faith consists of a God who commands rules into our lives. You “shall not” do this or you “shall not” do that, as with the 10 commandments. There is some truth in that but it’s not a complete picture of Christianity. There are many amazing promises for believers, some of these are “shall not” promises.
Using John’s gospel, there are 4 amazing “shall not” promises that each believer should hold on to every day:
- Shall not hunger and shall never thirst again
- Shall not walk in darkness
- Shall not come into condemnation
- Shall not perish, but have everlasting life
Steve recently delivered the sermon… Continue reading