Owen on The Presence of Christ, Sermons on John 10 and Ephesians 2, Song – Psalm 43

One of the great things about John Owen is that he is preeminently a theologian of the Holy Spirit.  This morning I read his comments on the ministry of the Spirit in the church.  Without that we are just dead – whatever our outward form.    I wonder as we go to worship this morning … More Owen on The Presence of Christ, Sermons on John 10 and Ephesians 2, Song – Psalm 43

Led 12 – The Scottish Episcopal Church – Archbishop Welby – Peter Hitchens Category Error – The Denver Statement – Wilton Park and Government Religion – Christy Wimber – Tom Petty

Light Engaging Darkness  12 –  Because I hope to be on a break when this goes out I thought I would ‘schedule’ a wee bit different ‘LED’…. this week we are going to look at some of the major issues facing the church rather than the culture. The Scottish Episcopal Church. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/27/scottish-church-faces-consequences-vote-allow-same-sex-marriage/ I have some … More Led 12 – The Scottish Episcopal Church – Archbishop Welby – Peter Hitchens Category Error – The Denver Statement – Wilton Park and Government Religion – Christy Wimber – Tom Petty

John 10, Ephesians 1, Psalm 62 – God is Love…Sermons, Song and News article from St Peters

Last Sunday Morning Sinclair preached on John 10 In the evening Craig preached on Ephesians 1 And here is one of our favourite psalms – Ps 62   Finally it was good to have my article published in the Scotsman last Thursday – here is a quote from it… What about that most absurd and … More John 10, Ephesians 1, Psalm 62 – God is Love…Sermons, Song and News article from St Peters

The Blind See, The Lords People are Fed, the King Returns – Sermons and Praise from St Peters from 24th Sept

The Bible is a rich feast for the Lord’s people – but normally Christians don’t eat alone – we eat together with a meal prepared by a trained chef – at least that is one way to look at preaching.  Last Sunday we feasted in God’s house.  Sinclair’s exposition of the story of the healing … More The Blind See, The Lords People are Fed, the King Returns – Sermons and Praise from St Peters from 24th Sept

John 8 – The Light of the World, Psalm 121, O For a Closer Walk with God…

Last Sunday I was not able to go to St Peters.  I was thankful to be at home after surgery but I missed my spiritual home!  Thats why the internet is such a gift – I have been able to listen to the sermon and also to share in some of the praise.  Not the … More John 8 – The Light of the World, Psalm 121, O For a Closer Walk with God…

John 9 – How can I Believe in a God of Love who Would send my Loved Ones to Hell? – Sermons from St Petes and ‘Behold our God’…

Last Sunday morning Sinclair preached on John 9:1-41 – A Day of Sightseeing     Then I preached on “How can I believe in a God of Love who would send my loved ones to Hell?’  It wasn’t easy but the Lord enabled as we looked especially at what Jesus says in Luke 16:19-31   … More John 9 – How can I Believe in a God of Love who Would send my Loved Ones to Hell? – Sermons from St Petes and ‘Behold our God’…

Help, Hope and Healing for those Heading to Hospital or faced with Illness

  This week I listened to a Bishop on the radio talking about cancer. I thought it might be helpful but to be honest it was weak. He made the valid point that serious illness, like cancer, teaches us that we are frail.  And that was it.  I agree of course that though we may … More Help, Hope and Healing for those Heading to Hospital or faced with Illness

The Hope of Bones Living – Qualifications for Eldership – Sermons from St Peters – aand Psalm 62 – 3rd Sept 2017

We had a problem with recording the past couple of weeks but it now seems to be rectified – so we managed to record Andrew Robertson’s first sermon after his ordination on Friday.  This is a tremendous sermon which teaches the Word of God in the context of today’s culture – what encouraged me was … More The Hope of Bones Living – Qualifications for Eldership – Sermons from St Peters – aand Psalm 62 – 3rd Sept 2017