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1st Sunday in Advent: Exileson, Davidson, Abrahamson (Matthew 1:1-17)

Why does Matthew begin his gospel with a genealogy? We scratch the surface and find out just how much we can know about Jesus from his ancestors, and the prophesies regarding him. This video is uploaded in two versions. Optional subtitles: https://youtu.be/9MXrovpLMEg Embedded subtitles (shown on this page): https://youtu.be/x6LsxOLfbOk

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Are you thankful? (Luke 17:11-19)

Ten lepers meet Jesus and receive healing… but only one returns and gives thanks to the one who healed him. We look at the impact of the nine’s ingratitude. This video is uploaded to youtube twice. The version on this page has embedded subtitles (that show all the time), the other version has optional subtitles.

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How much mercy? (Luke 17:1-10)

Discouragement, a call to forgive, and teaching on why forgiveness is both critical within a life of Christian discipleship, but also how we ought to approach forgiving others and being forgiven. This video is uploaded to youtube twice. The version on this page has embedded subtitles (that show all the time), the other version has

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What would it take to convince you? (Luke 16:19-31)

Jesus tells a parable about a rich man and his brothers, and in it he challenges the Pharisees and the crowd listening to him to consider what it would take to make them believe in Him, and have faith in Him as their Lord and master. The parable asks us the same question. This sermon

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Does Jesus want authority in my life? (Luke 16:14-18)

Jesus tells the pharisees that the age of the law and the prophets has ended, and the age of the kingdom has begun… does that mean that God isn’t interested in authority any more? We look at what Jesus is really telling the Pharisees. This sermon is available with optional or embedded subtitles: Optional subtitles:

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What happens if I repent? (Luke 15:11-24)

We look at the first part of parable of the prodigal son, and see the father’s response, which shows us God’s response to those who return to him. This sermon is available on our church youtube channel with: Embedded subtitles: https://youtu.be/aoxXn37M6b4 Optional subtitles: https://youtu.be/e1vz1Tgkmx8

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Luke 15:1-10 : Will Jesus accept me?

To a crowd drawn by his teaching, and religious leaders convinced of their righteousness, Jesus points out that we’re all lost. And then shows us His heart for his people that none should be lost. Including me and you… There are two options for viewing this sermon. The first has optional subtitles (not auto-subtitles –

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Luke 14:25-35 : Are you ready to follow Jesus?

What does it really mean to follow Jesus? What could it cost us? What does God ask of us, if we’re to put our faith in Him? Jesus encourages us to count the cost of discipleship, and then (and only then) to commit to being his disciple. We look at what Jesus says that cost

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Ezekiel 37:1-14 – Hope from the grave

We’ve come to the end of our series on the major prophets, looking at the themes of judgment and grace that flow through Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel – and what better place to end than with that amazing vision of the hopeless, dried bones in the valley – symbolising the people of Israel in exile

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