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Sermons from December 2018

This is my year

God’s instruction manual – the Bible – encourages us to live our lives using God’s gift of the fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22,23). So how have you done this year? May your new year’s resolution be to show love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, humility, faithfulness and self-control towards others.

Christmas Day

“You shall go out with joy and be led forth in peace” are words of a song based on Isaiah 55:12. Peace is sometimes difficult to attain in this divided world. God offers a peace that passes all understanding. Joy can be fleeting, but God provides the fuel for our spirit; He is our source…

Christmas Eve – Candlelight Service

The song, O Holy Night, contains the words “a thrill of hope the weary world rejoices”. The shepherds would have felt weary, but the angels’ good news sparked a thrill and they went with haste to see the newborn King. You, too, may experience weariness, but God loves YOU so much that He sent His…

Prepared for Christmas

Zechariah wasn’t as quick as Mary and Elizabeth to believe God’s promise. But in Luke 1:57-80, he comes around. Trust and obey: that’s what he needed to do all along. God has always had us on His mind. He will never leave us nor forsake us. It’s up to us to accept His free gift…

More than me

Luke 1:46-56 is the Magnificat. Despite Mary’s fear and discomfort she held onto God’s promise – which was much more than she could imagine. When has God provided “more than enough” for you? What is the “more than me” God is calling you to?  

How will this be?

The angel Gabriel appeared to Mary in Luke 1:26-38 to tell her that she would become pregnant and give birth to a son, naming him Jesus. May we have the attitude of Mary: When God lets us see let us say let it be