In this topical sermon, we seek to understand what Scripture teaches about gatherings as God’s people and ask the following questions: Why are gospel gatherings and assemblies essential? Why are they interrupted or difficult in this life? How does the gospel help us respond during such seasons of covid related lockdown? Sermon#1 of 4 part series
In a fractured and divided society, how sweet it is to find unity and peace. We are reminded that true peace begins with God and works itself out in the life of the family of God. Will we prize unity? Do we protect and preserve? Are you prepared to pursue and promote?
What is Zion? Is she splendid or a scrapheap? This Psalm challenges our perceptions of the church, her purpose and place in God’s plans.
If God is sovereign, why is there so much rebellion in our world? Ajit takes us through Psalm 2 to explain God’s rule through His Son, Jesus Christ.
After weeks of lockdown we may be overly familiar with the failings and shortcomings of our earthly homes. Psalm 84 reminds us of the beauty and loveliness of God’s dwelling place. It is a home welcoming to all, especially those feeling their weakness, need and insignificance.
What makes you most happy and is it lasting? The Psalmist reminds us that true and lasting happiness is only found in the forgiveness experienced in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Lockdown has many limitations but it also has one great benefit. It causes us to slow down, stop and consider. The Psalmist meditates on the eternal and everlasting nature of God and recognises the temporary nature of his existence. This is an invaluable lesson for those living a fast paced life and helps to give…
Ajit exhorts us to worship and praise God by reminding us of His goodness, His name is pleasant and He is merciful.