To know God's love, to show God's love

"Sunday Evening" Tagged Sermons (Page 9)

Sunday Evening Services

Our Choice

Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on him. (John 3:36) The last step in the Two Ways to Live presentation of the gospel is the one we often avoid, the one it’s easy to leave out – the unavoidable conclusion…

Not a message, but a mission

In our carol service, with readings from Genesis 3 and 12, Isaiah, Luke and Matthew, we tried to recapture the whole of the Christmas story to help us remember, once again, that Christmas isn’t just a message from God but a mission undertaken by God.

Christ’s Victory

Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead (1 Peter 1:3) As we have worked our way through the presentation of the Gospel found in the Two Ways to…

God’s Love

Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God 1 Peter 3:18 The truth that God loves us is among the most precious realities to any Christian – so why are non-Christians so often entirely unmoved by it, and how can we overcome that barrier to our personal…

Suffering

Suffering is a question that often comes up when we begin to speak about the justice of God. To understand how best to respond to suffering, we need to come to terms with the injustice of the world around us, the randomness of its suffering, the meaninglessness that it seems to impose. This evening we…

God’s Justice

The third step of the Two Ways to Live summary of the gospel requires us to talk about God’s justice. It’s not enough to simply become aware of our own sin, we need to know that sin has a response from God’s character, he cannot overlook it. It’s something we actually know instinctively, we know…

How to talk about sin

As we share the gospel of Jesus Christ it is inevitable, it is necessary, to come to the subject of sin. But how do we speak about something so emotive. We look for guidance from Paul in Romans 3, and remember that, when it comes to sin, We are equal It is universal The problem is…

God Rejected

We come to the second step in the story we need to tell people when they ask us what our faith is all about. It begins by telling them about the God who rules, who made us, who gave us everything. But then we need to tell them that they, like everyone else, has rejected…