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A genuine faith

April 21, 2009 | Dick Lucas

The third in a series on 1 Peter by Dick Lucas, former rector of St Helen's Church of England, London, revealing the great benefits available to believers because of the great mercy of God.

(c)2004 St Helen Bishopsgate. More Bible teaching from Dick Lucas, William Taylor & others at St Helen's Media.

A living hope

April 14, 2009 | Dick Lucas

The second in a series on 1 Peter by Dick Lucas, former rector of St Helen's Church of England, London, revealing the great benefits available to believers because of the great mercy of God.

(c)2004 St Helen Bishopsgate. More Bible teaching from Dick Lucas, William Taylor & others at St Helen's Media.

A real salvation

April 7, 2009 | Dick Lucas

The first in a series on 1 Peter by Dick Lucas, former rector of St Helen's Church of England, London, revealing the great benefits available to believers because of the great mercy of God.

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(c)2004 St Helen Bishopsgate. More Bible teaching from Dick Lucas, William Taylor & others at St Helen's Media.

Danger ahead

April 5, 2009 | Al Stewart

Al Stewart asks the question, what can we learn from public and personal tragedy? Is God powerless, cruel? Or are they warnings for a world ignoring its creator?

This sermon on Luke 13:1-9 was preached by Bishop Stewart at St Luke's Anglican Church, Miranda.

He will convict the world

March 29, 2009 | Phillip Jensen

The Spirit of the Age or an invisible friend? Both, or neither at all? The identity of the Holy Spirit and His interaction with believers has become a vexed issue for Christians in the 21st century.

Dean Phillip Jensen talks about the Holy Spirit will help convict the world, specifically working from John 16:7-11.

The witness and the witnesses

March 22, 2009 | Phillip Jensen

The Spirit of the Age or an invisible friend? Both, or neither at all? The identity of the Holy Spirit and His interaction with believers has become a vexed issue for Christians in the 21st century.

Dean Phillip Jensen talks about the third promise of Jesus, someone who will assist our witness in the world - John 15:26-27.

He will teach you all things

March 15, 2009 | Phillip Jensen

The Spirit of the Age or an invisible friend? Both, or neither at all? The identity of the Holy Spirit and His interaction with believers has become a vexed issue for Christians in the 21st century.

Dean Phillip Jensen talks about a new age of the Spirit of God that came through the Resurrection - John 14:25-27.

Another helper to be with you

March 8, 2009 | Phillip Jensen

The Spirit of the Age or an invisible friend? Both, or neither at all? The identity of the Holy Spirit and His interaction with believers has become a vexed issue for Christians in the 21st century.

In his second sermon Dean Phillip Jensen talks on the life of a Christian with the Holy Spirit and answered prayer- John 14:15-17

The Spirit and the Upper Room

March 1, 2009 | Phillip Jensen

The Spirit of the Age or an invisible friend? Both, or neither at all? The identity of the Holy Spirit and His interaction with believers has become a vexed issue for Christians in the 21st century.

Dean Phillip Jensen delves into Jesus' own teaching on the third member of the trinity, and begins this series by looking at the Spirit and the upper room events - John 13:17.

Deborah and the Head-Crushing Victory of God

February 22, 2009 | Caroline Evenden

The third in a series on the book of Judges titled 'Trailer Trash and the Faithfulness of God'.

In this sermon Caroline Evenden looks at the story of Deborah in Judges 4-5.

I shall be like any other man

February 15, 2009 | Mike Paget

The second in a series on the book of Judges titled 'Trailer Trash and the Faithfulness of God'.

In this sermon Mike Paget looks at the story of Samson in Judges 13-16.

The lordship controversy

February 10, 2009 | John MacArthur

Many people profess to follow Christ, yet don’t display the fruit of Christian living in their lives.Others are leaving the faith altogether, sometimes after years of church involvement.

Were those people ever truly saved?

This sixth and final sermon in his classic six-part The Gospel According To Jesus series draws on a number of Bible passages to address the topic.

Copyright 1988 by John MacArthur. Used by permission from Grace to You, +1-800-55-GRACE.

You have too many men

February 8, 2009 | Mike Paget

The first in a series on the book of Judges titled 'Trailer Trash and the Faithfulness of God'.

In this sermon Mike Paget looks at the story of Gideon in Judges 7.

The Sovereignty of God in salvation

February 3, 2009 | John MacArthur

Once saved, always saved? Or is it possible to fall out of the Kingdom? And does true saving faith always produce fruit?”

Close scrutiny reveals that today’s gospel message does not match up with the gospel Jesus taught. In The Gospel According to Jesus, John MacArthur carefully examines how the Lord Himself proclaimed the gospel.

This fifth sermon in his classic six-part The Gospel According To Jesus draws on Ephesians 1:13,14 to explain the topic.

Copyright 1988 by John MacArthur. Used by permission from Grace to You, +1-800-55-GRACE.

You can always come home

February 1, 2009 | Al Stewart

Al Stewart talks about the amazing offer the Father God holds out to his wandering creatures.

This is the fifth and final sermon in a larger series, Some things you ought to know... delivered at a range of venues in 2008.