Last Sunday I preached on Romans 2:17-19 – Circumcision of the Heart . It was part of an infant dedication service for Timothy Harrison, son of Graham and Michelle and brother of Ben. Let me explain why we do this. We are a Presbyterian Church and we believe in covenant baptism which includes the infants of believers. … More Infant Dedication, Heart Circumcision and One of the Best three Sermons ever preached!
I’m sorry that I didn’t manage to put these up yesterday – but here are the sermons from St Peters on the 2nd of July In the morning we looked at Romans 2:12-16 and saw how God’s law is written on every human heart – when people ask for evidence of God we have it … More God’s Law in our Hearts (Romans 2) and ‘Has God Forgotten?” (Psalm 77) –
When we judge others we are judging ourselves because we do the same things. But we don’t commit sexual immorality…but greed, arrogance, hatred? Idolatry – anything we put before God – even our religion is idolatry – As Stott says when we judge others it allows to both to retain our self respect and to … More Romans 2:1-11, John 1:3-5 and Psalm 51….Sermons and Songs from St Peters
“When the truth of God is turned to a lie, his glory is obliterated.” – Calvin “ They enjoy forever the horrible freedom they have demanded, and are therefore self-enslaved” – CS Lewis The above quotes were from the sermon on Romans 1:24-27. You can listen to the full recording of the service here (if … More Full Services from St Peters – What the Bible Says About Sexuality and Jesus, The Word
We continue our experiment of recording the whole service, with this weeks services (from 30th April) with Sinclair Ferguson in the morning and Craig Anderson in the evening. I was unable to be at the evening but the morning was special for me. I was supposed to be in Greece speaking at a conference so … More Your ‘Go To’ Verse and ‘Kingdoms Conflict’ – St Peters full worship services
This weeks sermon is a bonus – because you get two for the price of one – because we had two great sermons in St Peters last week. Firstly there is an extraordinary sermon from Sinclair Ferguson on Trials and Temptations – extraordinary not just because of its power, but because of its particular appropriateness … More Trials, Temptations, the Gibeonite Deception and Mission – St Peters Sermons on 2nd April 2017
This weeks sermon is on Psalm 76 and was preached at the communion last Sunday. This is the quote I used at the end from Napoleon – his answer to the question, asked towards the end of his life, who is Jesus? Well then, I will tell you. Alexander, Caesar, Charlemagne and I myself have … More In Israel his Name is Great – Psalm 76
This weeks sermon is from last Sunday morning in St Peters as we looked at Romans 1:6-13 and considered the fact that we are loved by God and called to be holy. I used this quote from Calvin to sum up – Here a rich truth presents itself to us, to which I shall briefly … More Loved by God, Called to be Holy – Romans 1:6-13
Last week we began our new series on Romans – here is the first sermon. Romans has been greatly used in the conversion of many Christians – I cited Wesley and Augustine amongst others. This is the quote I used from Augustine: “So was I speaking and weeping in the most bitter contrition of my … More Announcing the Good News – Romans ch1 v.1-5
This Sundays sermon – again from Sinclair Ferguson as I was away in Northern Ireland last Sunday – Communicating the Good News in Northern Ireland This is a wonderful sermon on worship and Christ as our praise leader…enjoy….