Simon Gillham, Vice Principal of Moore Theological College, in this stand-alone Bible Talk offers five commands for the soldier of Christ – to be strong in the grace of the gospel, to entrust the gospel to others who will share the gospel, to endure the hardships that may come, to reflect of what the Lord is doing, and to remember what God has done in raising Christ from the dead.
For thousands of years Christians have said the words of the Apostles Creed together. Each line contains rich theology and meaning and in this talk Nick Lindeback focuses on the significance of God Almighty as sovereign and merciful creator.
In looking at both Psalm 33 and the doxology of Romans 11 we see God’s sovereignty, mercy and creating power. And in looking at Romans 12:1-2 we see an appropriate and fitting response to God almighty creator of heaven and earth.
For thousands of years Christians have said the words of the Apostles Creed together. Join us as we look at these ancient words with fresh eyes, discover why we can say them with confidence, and allow them to transform our lives.
In this Bible Talk, Nick Lindeback looks at God as Father and what it means to share in the sonship of Christ.
The book of Joel is probably best known to Christians because of Peter’s sermon at Pentecost in the Book of Acts, where he quotes Joel to explain the pouring out of the Holy Spirit on all people. But the main emphasis in this book is the Day of the Lord, a day when the powerful presence of the Lord God will bring judgement – meaning deserved punishment for some or deliverance and blessing for others. What will that Day bring for you?
Life is full of uncertainties, but even in the midst of it all there is a constant: Gods’ voice and his promises in his word.
In Talk 3, Dave Swan shows us the way the Apostle Peter uses this part in his Pentecost speech – to point people to Jesus as the answer!
The Day of the Lord is about the presence of God. Which for some will spell disaster, but for those who call on His name and seek refuge in Him, will be the day of blessing – the day of a permanently restored and renewed relationship with their God.
For Bible Studies to accompany this series see Bible Studies – Joel: The Day of the Lord
This seminar, part of our TrainingWORKS – Go Deeper Series (in 2018) is presented by The Rev David Shead and Dr Geoffrey Shead and looks firstly at what Ethics is and then applies a biblical ethic to the question of Euthanasia.
See below for the Audio, a Handout, the Visual Slides
After writing against various false teachings that were prevalent around the church of Thessalonica, the Apostle Paul turns to speak to those who may be tempted to be idle. In light of the return of Jesus, he calls the believers to be wise stewards, and hardworking, so that their ministry might flourish in word and action.
The encouragement is well summarised by his words – “Brothers and sisters, do not grow weary of doing good”
It was not only the persecutors who made trouble in Thessalonica, but also false teachers. Here the Apostle Paul points out their errors and corrects their false teaching. Paul encourages them to hold to his orthodox teaching, and not be deceived.
Just as the Lord Jesus suffered, so too will his people. Why? In Thessalonica, the persecution of the church has intensified. In this Bible Talk, Gary Haddon answers some of those ‘why’ questions that tend to arise when suffering is encountered. Yet more, Gary shows us the Apostle Paul’s response as he encourages the Thessalonians to give thanks for God’s grace, remember his justice, and pray for his power.
In this two-part Bible Talk, Dave Swan helps us to see how the Apostle Paul teaches his friends that when Jesus returns, he will come like a thief in the night. This truth should motivate them to stay awake and sober. His exhortation is to continue in the Lord Jesus, encouraging one another as they are already doing.
We are still waiting for the return of the Lord Jesus and so Paul’s encouragement should be practically considered by us today.