Category Archives: Sermon – English

A sermon from Simon written in English.

The hidden key

Luke 11:37–54 Last week, we started to look at Jesus having brunch. Jesus was invited by a Pharisee to speak to a group over the morning meal. We don’t know if the Pharisee was sincere in wanting to know what … Continue reading

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The awkward meal

Luke 11:37–54 Today, let’s have a look at what it was like to have a meal with Jesus. This story about a meal comes in the middle of Luke’s Gospel. That seems rather suitable place as having meals with people … Continue reading

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The priceless value of knowing Christ

Philippians 3:1–11 Today we are looking at Paul’s letter to the Philippians. This letter was written while Paul was under house arrest in Rome. He wrote to thank the believers in Philippi for two special gifts that they had sent … Continue reading

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The people of God

Matthew 4:1–17 As Christians, we don’t believe in democracy. You did know that, didn’t you? Sir Winston Churchill once famously said, “It has been said that democracy is the worst form of Government.” We don’t know whom Winston was quoting … Continue reading

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What the future holds

Revelation 21:1–9, 22–27 This morning’s sermon is for everyone who wants to know what’s going to happen. That’s not all of you, but some of you don’t want to start on a journey until you know the destination. You not … Continue reading

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Attracted by the glory of God

2 Corinthians 3:7–18 Why are we here today? What are our motivations for sitting in a worship service on a Sunday morning instead of sleeping? Over the years I have had various reasons for attending church. The first one was … Continue reading

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Family ties

1 Thessalonians 2:1–16 There is a road over 1100 kilometres long that runs through northern Greece all the way to Constantinople (Istanbul) in Turkey. Let me show you a photograph. This important 2,100-year-old road was built by the Roman Empire … Continue reading

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