SUNDAY MESSAGES

No Other: Salvation

Questions from the Message:

  • ‘And they shared the word of the Lord with him and with all who lived in his household.’ (Acts 16:32) Where is God placing you so that you can be the one who ‘shares the Word of the Lord?
  • ’Is pride an issue for you? Do the decisions you make in life put your interests over God’s?
  • Where do you find your Joy?
  • Are you lost and in need of rescue? “Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved…”Acts 16:31

No Other Name: Jesus

Questions from the Message:

  • When you speak in the name of Jesus, is love in the forefront of your mind?
  • What does the name of Jesus mean for you?
  • Why do we, as Christians, fall victim to the ‘He’s all mine’ mentality? Why do we at times insist on trying to ‘keep His name – and His love – for ourselves?’
  • Do you believe, know, and live in the name of Jesus?

No Other: God

Questions from the message:

  • Where do you see ‘other gods’ taking hold in your life or in your community? What is your response?
  • Can I identify my ‘other gods?’ What is standing between me and God? What values/things/gods take priority over my worship and my service?
  • To what do I give my greatest consideration and time? What, or who, is first in my life?
  • “Do I believe in God or do I believe about God?”

2021: A Sacrifice; a Warning and an Exciting Possibility

 

Questions from the Message:

  1. When you get ‘squeezed’ what comes out?  IS it the graceful love, care and compassion of Jesus Christ?
  2. Where are you imitating the ‘ways of the world?’ Is imitating Jesus your first response? What does that look like?
  3. Recognising that you won’t always get it right, how does you own ‘call to repentance’ – that complete change in your thought patterns and decision-making processes with reference to God, to sin, to self, to things – influence you life and the lives of those around you?
  4. What do you need to put in place – as you head into 2021 – for you to be more comfortable with change?  Who do you need to be spending time with (or not with); what do you need to be reading (or not reading); where do you need to be going (or not going) – in order to ‘…let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think.”
  5. What, where, and how in 2021 – as you resist ‘copying the behaviour and customs of this world” – is God calling you to be a ‘living and holy sacrifice – the kind He will find acceptable?”

 

Christmas Through the Eyes of the Wise Men – Where is the Child to be born King?

Questions from the Message:

  1. In your heart, do you really believe that the world isn’t in need of a Saviour?  How does your life display your faith?
  2. In what areas of your faith life do you need to see growth or more discipline in?
  3. What gifts are you bringing in worship to your King?  Do you need to reassess what that looks like?
  4. Are you taking time to simply ‘gaze’ on Jesus and worship Him?  What does that looks like for you?  Does your ‘taking time’ need a readjustment?

Christmas Through the Eyes of the Shepherds – Good News of Great Joy

Questions from today’s message:

  1. Do you have trouble claiming the promise that you matter to God? What holds you back?
  2. Each one of us has a choice – to spend eternity in the presence of God or to spend it separated from Him? Where do you sit with that – right now? Will you be in His presence or not?
  3. Are you debating, dissecting, delaying or doubting the message of grace, love and salvation that cane with the birth of Jesus? What is stopping you from moving forward with a life lived with Him as your Saviour?
  4. As a Christian, you have been called as a messenger of the Gospel. Does your life reflect that call?
  5. Are you speeding away from, or towards, Jesus?

Christmas through the eyes of Mary – I am the Lords Servant

Questions from the message:

  1. Are we willing to submit to God – even when we don’t fully understand what His plan might be? (An honest answer to this question reveals how willing we actually are in being obedient to following the will of God in our lives?).
  2. Mary says: “I am the Lord’s servant.  May everything you have said about me come true.”   Why is it that we worry so much about what those around us say, and forget about what God says?
  3. When was the last time you put your reputation, your embarrassment, comfort zone, on the line for God and trusted Him, wondered at His supreme wisdom; and obeyed and submitted to Him?